Red Bluff Diversion Dam, on the Sacramento River about 2 miles southeast of Red Bluff, California, diverts water from the Sacramento River to the Corning and Tehama-Colusa Canals. The Red Bluff Diversion Dam features a series of 11 large gates that, when lowered, form Lake Red Bluff and provide for gravity diversion of irrigation water. The dam is a gated, concrete, ogee weir with embankment wings, and stands fifty-two feet high. The crest length of the dam is 5,985 feet.
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