Public Health lifts warning at Vancouver Lake after water quality improves

Clark County Public Health has lifted the swim beach warning at Vancouver Lake after the latest water samples did not show elevated levels of bacterial contamination.
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Public Health has been monitoring water quality at the Vancouver Lake swim beach since early June when routine testing revealed elevated levels of E. coli bacteria

VANCOUVER – Clark County Public Health has lifted the swim beach warning at Vancouver Lake after the latest water samples did not show elevated levels of bacterial contamination.

Public Health has been monitoring water quality at the Vancouver Lake swim beach since early June when routine testing revealed elevated levels of E. coli bacteria. Public Health has been collecting water samples at least once a week to check bacteria levels. Test results from water samples taken on Tuesday showed improved water quality, prompting Public Health to lift the warning.

Public Health will continue to monitor designated swim beaches at Klineline Pond, Battle Ground Lake and Vancouver Lake throughout the summer. Test results and information about current advisories are available on the Public Health public beaches website.

Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.


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