Diamond Hill Reservoir

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Diamond Hill Reservoir (also known as the Pawtucket Upper Reservoir) is a reservoir in Cumberland, Providence County, Rhode Island near Diamond Hill.

The earthen Diamond Hill Reservoir Dam was constructed in 1971 with a height of 80 feet, and a length of 2000 feet at its crest. [1] It impounds the Abbott Run waterway for municipal drinking water. Both dam and reservoir are owned and operated by the city of Pawtucket's Water Supply Board.

The reservoir it creates has a normal surface area of 390 acres, a maximum capacity of 15,680 acre-feet, and a normal storage of 11,000 acre-feet. Immediately adjacent to the south is the Arnold Mills Reservoir.


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