The existing DaSabla-Centerville Hydroelectric Project consists of three developments (Toadtown, DeSabla, and Centerville), which collectively include three reservoirs, three powerhouses, 14 diversion and feeder dams, five canals, and associated equipment and transmission facilities. The Project occupies federal land under the jurisdiction of the United States Forest Service , the United States Bureau of Land Management, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, and private land holders. The Project is located on Butte Creek and the West Branch Feather River in Butte County, CA.
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