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Peachtree Creek WaterWatch

Peachtree Creek is a major tributary to the Chattahoochee River in Atlanta, Ga. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has been monitoring stream stage and streamflow at or near the Northside Drive gage location since 1958. The Peachtree Creek watershed occupies a large portion of the northeast metro Atlanta area and collects precipitation runoff that drains into the Chattahoochee River. This website offers information about the streamflow and flooding characteristics of Peachtree Creek.

The most recent stream stage and streamflow
Date/timeStream stage,
in feet
Streamflow, in cubic
feet per second
10/30/2014@09:00 EDT EDT

Peachtree Creek at Northside Drive
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Topics
  Peachtree Creek watershed
  How USGS monitors water at Peachtree Creek

  Stream stage and streamflow
  Monthly and yearly streamflow patterns
  Streamflow summary for 2002

  Flooding at Peachtree Creek
  How much water flows during a storm?
  High-water marks and stream stage
  Impervious surfaces and flooding


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