Here's the latest weather near the club flying field.
Beaver Creek flood information
Stage Area Affected
17' New Hartford is flooded!
15.7' Record flood level in 2008 - 80% of town was flooded.
15.2' Flood level in 2013 - Improved levee and pumping limited damage in town.
15' MAJOR FLOOD STAGE - The town's primary levees are threatened. Water may cover parts of State Road 57 west of town.
14' MODERATE FLOOD STAGE - Many rural roads are flooded.
13' MINOR FLOOD STAGE - Water covers lowest parts of town. There is a 40% chance for minor flooding every year - Flood level in 2019, 2014, 1999, 1993 and 1991.
12.5' MINOR FLOOD STAGE - Agricultural flooding south and west of town
11' ACTION STAGE - Creek goes over banks and into woods. It's possible for Beaver Creek to rise one foot per hour. - Highest water level in 2016 and 2015.
The access road to the flying field is in the 100 year flood plain (1% annual chance of flooding) and may also be flooded from uphill runoff after a heavy rainfall. The north end of the flying field is in the 500 year flood plain. The picnic shelter and garage are outside of the FEMA National Flood Hazard area.