Crystal Lake reopens after latest water sample shows safe for swimming

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Water Sample Crystal Lake Public Beach
Crystal Lake/City of Manchester

UPDATE, July 7, 2023: – The Manchester Health Department announced today that the public beach at Crystal Lake has been re-opened for swimming. Analysis of water samples taken on July 6, 2023, indicate that E. coli levels are now within acceptable limits.

Weekly water sample results are available here. 


July 6: MANCHESTER, NH – The Manchester Health Department announced today that the public beach at Crystal Lake is closed to swimming due to elevated levels of E. coli bacteria.  The elevated bacteria levels were identified in water samples taken on Wednesday, July  5, 2023. Water samples taken at other locations on Crystal Lake did not find elevated levels of E. coli bacteria. 

The Health Department will be re-sampling the area today, Thursday, July 6, and results from those samples are expected on Friday July 7. Once E. coli levels are found to be acceptable, the public beach will be re-opened for swimming. The Department will issue a press release when the new results are available. 

Weekly water sample results are available here,


 

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