National Program for Inspection of Non-Federal Dams. Hoadley Pond Dam (CT 00090), Naugatuck River Basin, Seymour, Connecticut. Phase I Inspection Report.
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The Hoadley Pond Dam consists of a stone masonry structure with a maximum height of 19 feet, and an overall length of 145 feet, including a 67 foot long overflow spillway at the right end of the dam. A stone masonry wall with a top width of 4 feet connects the right end of the spillway to the right abutment. To the left of the spillway there is a 6 foot wide stone masonry wall which extends to the left abutment. The outlet works, located to the left of the spillway, consists of a 7 foot by 5 foot opening through this stone masonry wall with an upstream sluice gate discharging to a downstream forebay. The forebay has an 8 foot long overflow spillway and a 16 inch low level outlet that discharges into the river downstream of the dam. A stone masonry wall with a concrete cap is present along the left side of the river downstream of the dam. The dam appears to be in fair condition. The Hoadley Pond Dam has a tributary watershed of 15 square miles, a water surface area of 8 acres, and a spillway capacity of 2,300 cfs. The dam has a hydraulic height of 19 feet and a storage capacity fo 70 Acre-Feet with the water level at the top of the dam.
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