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Manila Creek Pond Recreational Monitoring

Swimming is not OK, boating is OK, eating fish is OK.

Warning Advisory

Harmful bacteria/viruses present

Swimming is not OK, boating is OK, eating fish is OK.
  • Do not swim in this area
  • Do not drink the water
  • Wash hands with soap and clean water after contact with lake or river water

Updates

July 3, 2024: Waterborne pathogen (E. coli) monitoring update

BE CAREFUL: E. coli counts at Manila Creek Pond are above Utah Department of Health recreational thresholds. Sampling suggests that there is a high likelihood that harmful bacteria and/or viruses are present in the water. Exposure to this water may make humans sick.

Utah County Health Department has issued a WARNING ADVISORY. 

If you visit Manila Creek Pond:


June 28, 2024: Waterborne pathogen (E. coli) monitoring update

BE CAREFUL: E. coli counts at Manila Creek Pond are above Utah Department of Health recreational thresholds. Sampling suggests that there is a high likelihood that harmful bacteria and/or viruses are present in the water. Exposure to this water may make humans sick.

If you visit the Manila Creek Pond:


June 26, 2024: Harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring update

GOOD NEWS: Our monitoring team did not see any visible signs of a harmful algal bloom. Learn more about harmful algal blooms.

Site visited: Southwest shore


May 22, 2024: 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: Southwest shore

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