El Paso County TX Reservoirs


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Name USGS Topo Map
American Reservoir Smeltertown
Backbone Tank Clint NE
Corral Tank Nations East Well
Cottonwood Lake Clint SE
County Line Lakes Tornillo
Coyote Tank Hueco Tanks
Deer Tank Hueco Tanks
Dugout Tank Cerro Alto Mountain
Dugout Tank Clint NE
Dugout Tank Helms West Well
East Tank Nations East Well
Eighteen Tank Hueco Tanks
El Paso Electric Company Lake North Franklin Mountain
Fabens Lake Clint SE
Fly Tank Helms West Well
Fusselman Reservoir North Franklin Mountain
Harry Tank Clint SE
Hidden Tank Hueco Tanks
Hideaway Lakes Tornillo
Hueco Tanks Hueco Tanks
Indian Cliffs Ranch Main Lake Clint SE
International Reservoir Smeltertown
Jarilla Tank Hueco Tanks
Kerby Tank Hueco Tanks
Martin Tank Helms West Well
Mesquite Tank Hueco Tanks
Middle Tank Helms West Well
Midway Tank Clint NE
Mikes Tank Helms West Well
Mountain Park Reservoir El Paso
Mulberry Reservoir Smeltertown
Neals Tank Helms West Well
Northeast Oxidation Pond Number 1 Fort Bliss NE
Northeast Oxidation Pond Number 2 Fort Bliss NE
Northeast Oxidation Pond Number 3 Fort Bliss NE
Northeast Oxidation Pond Number 4 Fort Bliss NE
Northgate Reservoir El Paso
Pershing Reservoir El Paso
Portland Cement Reservoir Smeltertown
Pow Wow Tank Helms West Well
Ramons Tank Hueco Tanks
Range Reservoir El Paso
Rattlesnake Lake Clint SE
Rattlesnake Tanks North Franklin Mountain
Rimrock Tank Clint SE
Riverside Reservoir Ysleta
Roberts Tank Clint SE
Ross Tank Hueco Tanks
San Juan Tank Nations East Well
Sand Tank Clint NE
Skunk Tank Clint NE
Sunrise Reservoir El Paso
Thorn Reservoir Smeltertown
Tiger Tank Nations East Well
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