Category: E. coli

Jordan River: at the 500 North Crossing
E. coli Monitoring 2019

Update September 13, 2019 Samples collected on September 2, 2019, by Salt Lake County at the Jordan River at the 500 North Crossing showed E. coli levels above the maximum water quality standard. Utah uses the Most Probable Number (MPN) method to estimate the concentration of E. coli in a water sample. The presence of …

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Emigration Creek: at Wasatch Hollow
E. coli Monitoring 2019

Update September 13, 2019 Samples collected on September 4, 2019, by Salt Lake County at Emigration Creek at Wasatch Hollow showed E. coli levels above the maximum water quality standard. Utah uses the Most Probable Number (MPN) method to estimate the concentration of E. coli in a water sample. The presence of a high number …

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Maybey Pond
E. coli Monitoring 2019

Update September 13, 2019 The Davis County Health Department (DCHD) issued a health advisory for Maybey Pond on September 11, 2019, after samples collected on August 26, 2019, and September 10, 2019, showed E. coli levels above the maximum water quality standard. Advisory signs have been posted. Maybey Pond will be monitored on a regular …

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Little Cottonwood Creek: Murray Park
E. coli Monitoring 2019

Update August 23, 2019 Samples collected by Salt Lake County at Little Cottonwood Creek at Murray Park on August 22, 2019, showed E. coli levels above the maximum water quality standard. Utah uses the Most Probable Number (MPN) method to estimate the concentration of E. coli in a water sample. The presence of a high …

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Big Cottonwood Creek: Creekside Park
E. coli Monitoring 2019

Update August 23, 2019 Samples collected by Salt Lake County at Big Cottonwood Creek at Creekside Park on August 22, 2019, showed E. coli levels above the maximum water quality standard. Utah uses the Most Probable Number (MPN) method to estimate the concentration of E. coli in a water sample. The presence of a high …

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Millcreek: Southwest of Nibley Park
E. coli Monitoring 2019

Update August 23, 2019 Samples collected by Salt Lake County at Millcreek southwest of Nibley Park on August 8, 2019, showed E. coli levels above the maximum water quality standard. Utah uses the Most Probable Number (MPN) method to estimate the concentration of E. coli in a water sample. The presence of a high number …

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