Public Access is Closed to Most County Facilities Due to COVID-19.

In response to Governor Inslee's Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, Thurston County has moved to an essential services model, in effect
through Monday, April 6, 2020. Courts and other elected offices may operate under different hours or restrictions.

(For more information on essential functions, visit: https://bit.ly/3dwIBK8)
(For office contacts, visit: https://bit.ly/3bs7bdy)

Graphs for All Rivers

‚ÄčNote: Flood prediction is not an exact science. Although gauge readings and historical data are excellent forecasting tools, please remember that rivers continually change. There are also local factors that can contribute to flooding such as stream and creek discharge into a river, snowmelt and damming caused by fallen trees and other debris. Therefore, during flood situations floodplain residents should not rely solely on gauge readings and historical flood levels, but should keep an eye on the river and stay tuned to local media reports.

During flood situations, Thurston County Emergency Management posts additional information and media releases on its emergency information page.

 
Black River
 
Gage at US Highway 12 - River Mile 2
 
 
Chehalis River
 
Gage near Grand Mound at Prather Road Bridge - River Mile 59.9
 
Gage at Centralia - River Mile 65
 
Gage Near Doty
 
 
Deschutes River
 
Gage near Rainier Vail Loop Bridge, River Mile 25.9
 
 
Nisqually River
 
Gage at McKenna, River Mile 21.8
 
Gage at La Grande, River Mile 40.4
 
 
Skookumchuck River
 
Gage Four Miles Downstream from Bucoda
 
Gage in Centralia at PearlStreet Bridge
 
Gage below Bloody Run Creek, Eight Miles Upstream of Bucoda