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Highland Glen Pond
E. coli Monitoring 2020

Update September 24, 2020

The Health Advisory for Highland Glen Pond has been lifted.

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: 816.4 MPN/100mL
  • 8/25/20:156.5 MPN/100mL
  • 8/18/20: >2419.6 MPN/100mL
  • 8/10/20: 461.1 MPN/100mL
  • 8/6/20: 1299.7 MPN/100mL
  • 8/5/20: 547.5 MPN/100mL

Update June 19, 2020

Utah County has issued a Health Advisory for Highland Glen Pond.

On June 06, 2020, DWQ visited Highland Glen Park during routine waterborne pathogen monitoring. E. coli values from these initial samples were above the recreational health advisory threshold of 409 Most Probable Number (MPN) per 100 milliliters (100 mL). Follow-up confirmation sampling on June 18, 2020, showed these values had increased and continued to exceed the recreational health advisory threshold.