- Loop Beach remains closed to swimming today due to high bacterial levels discovered in three samples taken during three consecutive days. Bacterial levels exceeded the geometric standard established within the Massachusetts Bathing Beach Regulations, 105 CMR 445.000 . This beach will be continue to be retested regularly.
- Also today, Long Pond Centerville was found to have a high MC (Mycrocystis) level of in one sample and a mixed genus concentration (with no single genus of cyanobacteria found to be dominant) in a second sample taken from a second location at this same Pond. ‘Warning Toxic Cyanobacteria’ signs are being posted at this pond.
Lovell’s Pond remains closed to swimming due to high levels of Cyanobacteria.
CLOSED No Swimming
Lovell’s Pond, Marstons Mills
- Moderate health risks for adults
- Higher risk for babies and small children
- Highest risks for pets
Long Pond, Centerville
Long Pond, Marstons Mills
Pet Advisory Level
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