Croke Canal

Address: E. of Golden to Standley Lake

Traversing through part of Water District #7, this canal originates from north bank of Clear Creek near Golden and flows north and east to Standley Lake. Claimants in 1936 for adjudication were Farmers Reservoir and Irrigation Company. Construction was commenced March 4, 1902, with surveys filed with the State Engineers of Colorado on March 9, 1903. Water was first diverted into the canal the latter part of June and first of July 1910. The canal was named for T.B. Croke, one of the originators of the company to build the system, Denver Reservoir and Irrigation Co.
Quad Map/Date: Golden, 1965 (1994); Arvada, 1965 (1994)
Sec/Town/Range: S26, T3S, R70W; S28, T2S, R69W
Elevation: c. 5600
Source: Denver District Court, Div. II, #60052, May 13, 1936; Arvada Historical Society, "Arvada, Just Between You & Me," pp. 12-13.
See Also: Standley Lake, Kinnear Reservoir
Last Modified: Fri, July 26 1996

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