Category: Waterborne Pathogens

  • Lower Bowns Reservoir Recreational Monitoring

    Related Links Updates: October 31, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB)  monitoring update Recreational monitoring has ended for the season. Monitoring will resume in summer 2024. Waterborne pathogens may still arise at this waterbody. Know what to look for and check before recreating. October 11, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE CAREFUL: A harmful…

  • Minersville Reservoir Recreational Monitoring

    Related Links Updates: October 31, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB)  monitoring update Recreational monitoring has ended for the season. Monitoring will resume in summer 2024. Waterborne pathogens may still arise at this waterbody. Know what to look for and check before recreating. September 20, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE CAREFUL: Sampling confirmed…

  • Newcastle Reservoir Recreational Monitoring

    Related Links Updates May 17, 2024: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE CAREFUL: A harmful algal bloom has been reported at Newcastle Reservoir. Algae in the water may be producing dangerous toxins that can make humans and animals sick. Be on the lookout if you visit Newcastle Reservoir: October 31, 2023: Harmful algal bloom…

  • Baker Reservoir Recreational Monitoring

    Updates: October 24, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE CAREFUL: A harmful algal bloom is present at Baker Reservoir. Algae in the water may be producing dangerous toxins that can make humans and animals sick.  The Bureau of Land Management has issued a WARNING ADVISORY.  If you visit Baker Reservoir: August 24, 2023:…

  • Jordan River Recreational Monitoring

    Updates December 4, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update Recreational monitoring has ended for the season. Waterborne pathogen or harmful algal bloom concerns may still arise at this waterbody. Know what to look for and check before recreating. September 5, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE CAREFUL: A harmful algal bloom is…

  • Panguitch Lake Recreational Monitoring

    Updates: November 20, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update Recreational monitoring has ended for the season. Monitoring will resume in summer 2024. Waterborne pathogen or harmful algal bloom concerns may still arise at this waterbody. Know what to look for and check before recreating. October 30, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE…

  • Matt Warner Reservoir Recreational Monitoring

    Related Links Updates: October 31, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update Recreational monitoring has ended for the season. Monitoring will resume in summer 2024. A harmful algal bloom may still be present at this waterbody. Know what to look for and check before recreating. October 3, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE…

  • Crouse Reservoir Recreational Monitoring

    Related Links Updates: October 31, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update Recreational monitoring has ended for the season. Monitoring will resume in summer 2024. A harmful algal bloom may still be present at this waterbody. Know what to look for and check before recreating. September 22, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE…

  • Montes Creek Reservoir Recreational Monitoring

    Related Links Updates: October 31, 2023: Waterborne pathogen (E. coli)  monitoring update Recreational monitoring has ended for the season. Monitoring will resume in summer 2024. Waterborne pathogens may still arise at this waterbody. Know what to look for and check before recreating. October 17, 2023: Waterborne pathogen (E. coli) monitoring update GOOD NEWS: E. coli…

  • Steed Pond:
    E. coli Monitoring 2019

    Update August 8, 2019 Samples collected by the Davis County Health Department (DCHD) on the north side of Steed Pond on July 30, 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…

  • Emigration Creek: Near Wasatch Hollows
    E. coli Monitoring 2019

    Update August 8, 2019 Samples collected on July 2, 2019, by the Salt Lake County Health Department at Emigration Creek near Wasatch Hollows 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…

  • Emigration Creek: at Maple Lane Road Crossing
    E. coli Monitoring 2019

    Update August 8, 2019 Samples collected on July 2, 2019, by the Salt Lake County Health Department at Emigration Creek at the Maple Lane road 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.…

  • Emigration Creek: at Dog Park, Below Pond
    E. coli Monitoring 2019

    Update August 8, 2019 Samples collected on July 2, 2019, by the Salt Lake County Health Department at Emigration Creek at the dog park below the pond 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…

  • Calf Creek Recreational Monitoring

    Related Links Updates January 31, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE CAREFUL: Harmful algae mats (benthic cyanobacteria) were observed growing in the water by the Calf Creek Campground and parts of the Lower Calf Creek trail. These algae mats may produce harmful toxins that make humans and animals sick if ingested. The Bureau…

  • Virgin River Watershed Recreational Monitoring

    This webpage is updated monthly with information provided by Zion National Park. The Utah Division of Water Quality does not routinely conduct HAB sampling within the Virgin River Watershed. If you have additional questions, please contact Zion National Park by calling (435) 772-3256.

  • Yuba Lake Recreational Monitoring

    Updates November 17, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update Recreational monitoring has ended for the season. Monitoring will resume in summer 2024. Waterborne pathogen or harmful algal bloom concerns may still arise at this waterbody. Know what to look for and check before recreating. October 25, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update BE…

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