Beach 1 Bacteria Level Above Early Warning Level
|Microcystin Algal Toxin||E.coli Bacteria|
|West Beach 1||East Beach 2||West Beach 1||East Beach 2|
|Results below early warning level||Results below early warning level||Results above early warning level||Results below early warning level|
NOTICE: The bacteria level for Beach 1 has exceeded the Beach Action Level. The Board has authorized the posting of the appropriate sign. Please use caution. Review LMC articles relative to this issue if you have any questions.
Current Conditions for Week of 8/7/2017: The current results for the testing program for the lake are summarized above. A green cell indicates that results are below the USEPA or OhioEPA criteria for recreational water. A yellow cell indicates that values have exceeded the limit and appropriate caution is advised. Your Lake Management Committee’s (LMC) water testing program for harmful algal blooms (Microcystin) monitors our two beach areas monthly during the hot, summer months. In addition, the LMC is also having tests performed for the presence of E.coli bacteria weekly at the two beaches as is done in most public beaches. Should any of these test results approach the level of caution, the Board of Directors can request that caution signs be posted at the affected beaches for your safety. Of course, common sense tells us not to swim in any waters that contain unusual amounts of algae. Please enjoy our beautiful lake and have a safe summer.
Note: Archived data for current and past years available on RRA website under LMC Tab.