Category: Health Advisory Panel

Highland Glen Pond
E. coli Monitoring 2020

Update September 4, 2020 The Health Advisory for Highland Glen Pond remains in place. DWQ continues weekly sampling at Highland Glen Pond. E. coli values continue to remain above the recreational health advisory threshold of 409 Most Probable Number (MPN) per 100 milliliters (100 mL). Weekly monitoring will continue. Sample Dates and MPN Values 9/1/20: …

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Panguitch Lake Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update August 19, 2020 Panguitch Lake was sampled 8/12/2020 and had a concentration (14K cells/ml) of toxigenic cyanobacteria (Microcystis) which is below the recommended Warning advisory …

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Andy Adams Reservoir Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update August 21, 2020 Davis County Health Department has issued a Warning Advisory for Andy Adams Reservoir due to observations of an increase in magnitude of …

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Mantua Reservoir Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update September 2, 2020 Monitoring and Sampling Update: On 8/26/2020, the DWQ HABs monitoring team visited Mantua Reservoir. The monitoring team observed a harmful algal bloom …

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Strawberry River Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update July 19, 2020 The Strawberry River Day Use Area is under a Health Watch after a recreator observed decaying harmful algal bloom (HAB) material along …

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Jordan River Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update August 14, 2020 August 7 toxin results: 0.31 ug/L microcystin (depth-integrated composite) Update July 19, 2020 The Jordan River in Lehi is under a Health …

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Kents Lake Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update July 9, 2020 Kents Lake is currently under a Health Watch after a recreator observed decaying harmful algal bloom (HAB) material in the water and …

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Yuba Lake Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update August 24, 2020 Central Utah Health Department has issued a Warning Advisory for Yuba Lake and is working with the State Park to post signs. …

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Piute Reservoir Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update August 19, 2020 Piute Reservoir was sampled on 8/11/2020 and had a cell concentration (21K cells/ml) of toxigenic cyanobacteria which is below the recommended advisory …

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Kent’s Lake Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update July 9, 2020 Kent’s Lake is currently under a Health Watch after a recreator observed decaying harmful algal bloom (HAB) material in the water and …

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Salem Pond Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. No monitoring data or sampling results to report at this time.

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Scofield Reservoir Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update September 2, 2020 Monitoring Update: On September 9, 2020, the DWQ HABs monitoring team visited Scofield Reservoir. The monitoring team observed a harmful algal bloom …

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Starvation Reservoir Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update August 12, 2020 On August 12, 2020, the DWQ HABs monitoring team visited Starvation Reservoir. The monitoring team did not observe a cyanobacteria bloom (HAB) …

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Strawberry Reservoir Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update September 21, 2020 Wasatch County Health Department has issued a Warning Advisory for Strawberry Reservoir at all public access points. On September 16, 2020, the …

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Rockport Reservoir Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update September 21, 2020 Summit County Health Department has issued a Warning Advisory for Rockport Reservoir. Toxigenic cell count density results from samples taken on September …

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Pineview Reservoir Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Due to state budget cuts, the harmful algal bloom program is being funded by EPA through a one-time grant. This limits DWQ’s monitoring to 18 priority waterbodies in Utah. Update September 15, 2020 Weber-Morgan Health Department has issued a Warning Advisory for Pineview Reservoir. On Friday, September 11, 2020, WMHD staff visited the reservoir and …

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