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Holmes Creek Reservoir Recreational Monitoring

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Warning Advisory

Harmful Algae Present

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  • Do not swim or water ski
  • Avoid areas of algae when boating
  • Keep animals away
  • Do not drink the water
  • Clean fish well and discard guts

Updates:

October 25, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update

BE CAREFUL: Conditions were improved with only low levels of harmful algae present. Check back for updates.

Davis County Health Department has issued a WARNING ADVISORY. 

If you visit Holmes Creek Reservoir:


October 12, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update

BE CAREFUL: A harmful algal bloom is present at Holmes Creek Reservoir. Algae in the water may be producing dangerous toxins that can make humans and animals sick. 

Davis County Health Department has issued a WARNING ADVISORY. 

If you visit Holmes Creek Reservoir:


September 26, 2023: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update

BE CAREFUL: A harmful algal bloom is present at Holmes Creek Reservoir. Algae in the water may be producing dangerous toxins that can make humans and animals sick. 

Davis County Health Department has issued a WARNING ADVISORY. 

If you visit Holmes Creek Reservoir:


August 31, 2023: Waterborne pathogen (E. coli) monitoring update

GOOD NEWS: E. coli counts were measured below Utah Department of Health recreational thresholds. Sampling suggests that the water is safe from harmful bacteria and viruses.

Site sampled: Dam Southeast End


July 26, 2023: Waterborne pathogen (E. coli) monitoring update

GOOD NEWS: E. coli counts were measured below Utah Department of Health recreational thresholds. Sampling suggests that the water is safe from harmful bacteria and viruses.

Site sampled: Dam Southeast End


July 11, 2023: Waterborne pathogen (E. coli) monitoring update

GOOD NEWS: E. coli counts were measured below Utah Department of Health recreational thresholds. Sampling suggests that the water is safe from harmful bacteria and viruses.

Site sampled: Dam Southeast End

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