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Logan Lake Warning

THE LOGAN CITY LAKE IN LOGAN CONTINUES TO REMAIN IN A WARNING STATUS FOR THE EVIDENCE OF BLUE GREEN ALGAE. THE KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT (KDHE) SAMPLES RECREATIONAL BODIES OF WATER FOR CYANOBACTERIA, COMMONLY CALLED BLUE-GREEN ALGAE, WHEN THE AGENCY IS ALERTED TO A POTENTIAL ALGAE BLOOM. WHEN HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS ARE PRESENT, KDHE, IN COOPERATION WITH THE KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE, PARKS AND TOURISM AND OTHER LAKE MANAGERS WHERE APPROPRIATE, RESPONDS BY INFORMING THE PUBLIC OF THESE CONDITIONS. BASED UPON SAMPLING RESULTS AND ESTABLISHED HEALTH RISK LEVELS, THE FOLLOWING WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES ARE IN PLACE.
WARNING: HIGH LEVELS OF TOXIC BLUE-GREEN ALGAE HAVE BEEN DETECTED. A PUBLIC HEALTH WARNING INDICATES THAT WATER CONDITIONS ARE UNSAFE AND DIRECT WATER CONTACT (WADING, SKIING AND SWIMMING) IS PROHIBITED. LOGAN CITY LAKE REMAINS IN THE WARNING CATEGORY.