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Swimming Advisory Posted

Testing has begun and will be performed daily. A Precautionary Swimming Advisory will remain until a bacteria count of 235 or less is obtained.
Effective Friday, August 15th, 2014 at 3:00 PM, a “Precautionary Swimming Advisory” is on Beach #1 at Presque Isle State Park due to heavy rain and storm conditions from earlier in the week and strong wind and surf conditions today, causing the lake to contain a lot of turbidity and sediment.

For public safety, testing of swimming waters is performed twice weekly. According to Erie County Department of Health protocol, if E. coli counts are between 235 and 999 per 100 milliliters of water, a Swimming Advisory is posted on that beach.

Testing has begun and will be performed daily. A Precautionary Swimming Advisory will remain until a bacteria count of 235 or less is obtained. Beach areas posted under a Precautionary Swimming Advisory are still open to the public for swimming, sunbathing and other recreational opportunities.

During a Swimming Advisory, to reduce the risk of illness, it is recommended that beach users take the following precautions:
Avoid swallowing lake water.
Wash your hands before handling food.
Avoid swimming with an open cut or wound, or if you are experiencing an illness.
Minimize water contact if lake levels are high, heavy rains have just ended, or strong winds are blowing from the west.

This Precautionary Advisory affects Beaches listed above. Presque Isle has thirteen regulated swimming beaches, which are available for swimming from 10 or noon until 7:30 pm daily.

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