Tibble Fork Reservoir Recreational Monitoring 2021

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Update October 7, 2021 (Waterborne Pathogens)

On October 6th, the DWQ waterborne pathogens monitoring team visited Tibble Fork Reservoir. Samples taken near the Swim Beach did not contain E. coli above recreational thresholds. Routine sampling will continue monthly.


Update September 23, 2021 (Waterborne Pathogens)

On September 22nd, the DWQ waterborne pathogens monitoring team visited Tibble Fork Reservoir. Samples taken near the Swim Beach did not contain E. coli above recreational thresholds. Routine sampling will continue monthly.


Update August 27, 2021 (Waterborne Pathogens)

On August 25th, the DWQ waterborne pathogens monitoring team visited Tibble Fork Reservoir. Samples taken near the Swim Beach did not contain E. coli above recreational thresholds. Routine sampling will continue monthly.


Update July 30, 2021 (Waterborne Pathogens)

On July 28th, the DWQ waterborne pathogens monitoring team visited Tibble Fork Reservoir. Samples taken near the Swim Beach did not contain E. coli above recreational thresholds. Routine sampling will continue monthly.


Update June 23, 2021 (Waterborne Pathogens)

On June 23rd, the DWQ waterborne pathogens monitoring team visited Tibble Fork Reservoir. Samples taken near the Swim Beach did not contain E. coli above recreational thresholds. Routine sampling will continue monthly.


Update June 17, 2021 (Waterborne Pathogens)

On June 15th, the DWQ waterborne pathogens monitoring team visited Tibble Fork Reservoir. Samples taken near the south end of the reservoir did not contain E. coli above recreational thresholds. Routine sampling will continue monthly.


Update June 2, 2021 (Waterborne Pathogens)

The Division of Water Quality and Utah Department of Health began monitoring for waterborne pathogens on June 1st, 2021. As UDWQ and UDOH continue to visit and monitor waterbodies, updates will be posted.