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سد لَتیان سدی است بر روی رودخانه جاجرود که در ۲۵ کیلومتری شمال شرقی تهران[۱] و در لواسان قرار دارد. این سد بتنی یکی از منابع اصلی تأمین آب تهران می باشد که ۳۰ درصد از آب شرب شهر تهران را تأمین مینماید.

این سد در جنوب شهر لواسان واقع گردیده و در محلی که رودخانه برگ جهان به جاجرود می‌ریزد و در دره‌ای در میان کوه جاجرود و کوه بندک ساخته شده و در شمال آن کوه آلون قرار دارد. دو پارک جنگلی به نامهای لتیان و تلو دریاچه این سد را احاطه کرده‌اند. رودخانه جاجرود آبریز و تامین کننده اصلی سد لتیان است. رودخانه های کُندرود (لوارک) ، افچه ، برگ جهان از دیگر آبریزهای این سد هستند.

کف دریاچه سد لتیان در ارتفاع ۱۶۰۰ متری از سطح دریا قرار دارد

راه رسیدن به این سد از تهران از طریق جاده لشگرک و گردنه قوچک یا بزرگراه تهران-دماوند است. محله هایی از شهر لواسان که در شمال دریاچه سد لتیان قرار گرفته‌اند عبارت‌اند از: سبو بزرگ، سبو کوچک، کلاک، ناران، گلندوک، جائیج، نجارکلا، ناظم آباد و شورکاب.

در جنوب دیواره بتنی دریاچه مجتمع مسکونی کارکنان سد لتیان قرار دارد و در جنوب غربی دریاچه روستای مسکونی غیرمجاز نصرت‌آباد قرار داشت که در دیماه سال ۱۳۹۱ بدستور مقامات قضایی کلا تخریب شد و ساکنان آن که همگی مهاجر و غیر بومی بودند را به ورامین انتقال دادند.

لتیان نام یکی از روستاهای زیر آب رفته است که نزدیک ترین آنها به دیواره سد لتیان بوده است. ساکنان لتیان پس از فروش اراضی خود به دولت در محله های شهر لواسان ساکن شدند.

این سد قبل از انقلاب اسلامی ایران بمانند شهر لواسان که شهر فرحناز نامیده شده بود سد فرحناز نامگذاری شد که مورد اعتراض اهالی لواسان قرار گرفت و در نهایت پس از پیروزی انقلاب مجددا به اسامی سابق بازگردانده شدند.

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