Water Analysis 2015

    May
    June
    July Aug. Sept.
     Lake Test Date Result Test Date Result Test Date Result Test Date Result Test Date Result
    Cedar Lake 06/02/15` 3.1 07/06/15 26.9 08/03/15 16.6 09/02/2015
    Lake Cyrene
    06/02/15 2.0 07/13/15 5.2 08/10/15 5.2
    Fairview Lake
    06/02/15 22.8 07/13/16 16 08/10/15 12
    Hillcreek Lake
    06/03/15 1.0 08/04/15 1
    Hinkson Creek at Capen Park
    06/02/15
    06/10/15
    06/24/15
    06/30/15
    133.6
    344.1
    285.1
    260.3
    07/06/15
    07/15/15
    07/23/15
    07/29/15
    214.2
    201.4
    261.3
    127.4
    08/04/15 56.5 09/01/15 79.4
    W. Hulen Lake 06/02/15 13.5 07/13/15 13.4 08/10/15 1
    E. Hulen Lake
    06/02/15 40.2 07/13/15 13.4 08/10/15 24.6
    Katy Lake
    06/02/15 23.3 07/06/15 34.1 08/03/15 14.5 09/02/15 325.5
    Nifong Lake 06/11/15 60.2 07/28/15 47.9 08/04/15 6.2
    Phillips Lake 06/11/15 1.0 07/28/15 7.4 08/04/15 2
    Queen Ann Lake
    06/02/15 36.4 07/13/15 13.4 08/10/15 6.3
    Shalimar Gardens 06/02/15
    06/10/15
    235.9
    133.3
    08/07/15 3.1
    Twin Lakes (boating area) 06/02/15 5.2 07/15/15 1 08/03/15 11 09/0/15 16.1
    Woodrail Lake
    06/02/15 3.0 07/06/15 2 08/03/15 <1.0 09/02/15 22.8

    Weekly Samples and Resamples

    May June July Aug. Sept.
    Lake Test Date Result Test Date Result Test Date Result Test Date Result Test Date Result
    Stephen’s Lake 06/03/15
    06/29/15
    10.7
    66.3
    07/15/15 151.5 08/04/15 5.2
    Flat Branch Park Creek 06/02/15
    06/11/15
    06/29/19
    517.2
    547.5
    1986.3
    07/22/15
    07/27/15
    547.5
    920.8
    08/03/15
    08/10/15
    08/17/15
    08/23/15
    08/31/15
     461
    307.6
    172.2
    193.5
    101.7
    Flat Branch at Stadium 06/02/15
    06/10/15
    06/24/15
    06/30/15
    325.5
    325.5
    344.1
    365.4
    07/14/15
    07/22/15
    07/28/15
    461.1
    816.4
    686.7
    08/03/15
    08/10/15
    08/17/15
    71.2
    93.3
    71.2
    09/01/15 135.6

    *Follow up sample after sample that exceeded the recommended limits. Samples that exceed the recommended limits are re-sampled for three consecutive weeks.

    TNTC indicates Too Numerous To Count

    ~ indicates that the sample was unable to be read due to the overgrowth of another organism.

    X indicates that the area is closed for the season.