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The LMU collects baseline water quality information from 32 different lakes in the county each year.
From May to September, bacteria concentrations are monitored bimonthly at inland beaches and recreational areas.
A seasonal newsletter that informs the Lake County community about the health of the county's lakes.
For those teachers interested in exposing their students to all of the ways that our daily activities affect the water in our county, the LMU provides some educational services.
See a list of questions commonly asked regarding Lake Management Unit services.
There are a lot of components that go into creating a Lake Management Plan for your lake. The LMU has created a Lake Management Planning Guide full of useful information, worksheets and templates to get you started.