STREAM GAGING STATION INFORMATION
LOS ANGELES RIVER
below Firestone Blvd.
STATION NO. F34D-R
RECORDER: Continuous water stage.
METHOD OF MEASUREMENT: Wading or from bridge.
DRAINAGE AREA: 596.0 square miles.
LOCATION: 472.0 feet downstream of Firestone Boulevard, 3.0 miles west of Downey.
REGULATION: Partially regulated by Sepulveda, Pacoima, Big Tujunga, Hansen, and Devils Gate Dams; and by several spreading grounds, reservoirs, and debris basins.
CHANNEL: Concrete, with rip-rap side slopes, trapezoidal in section, with trapezoidal low flow channel.
CONTROL: Channel forms control.
LENGTH OF RECORD: At Station F34-R, March 1, 1928 to April 11, 1938; at Station F34B-r, April 11, 1938 to November 3, 1949; at Station F34C-R, November 4, 1949 to December 11, 1956; at Station F34D-R, December 11, 1956 to date.
REMARKS: Subject to diversion from Big Tujunga Creek, Arroyo Seco, and other domestic irrigation diversions.