Skagit County Water Quality Monitoring Program
The Skagit County Monitoring Program, established by County Resolution R20030210 (later replaced by Resolution R20040211), is designed to determine water quality conditions and trends in agricultural-area streams in Skagit County.
Skagit County Public Works announces the release of its latest water quality monitoring report, the Skagit County Monitoring Program Annual Report – 2014 Water Year. This report covers the county’s ambient water quality monitoring results and analysis for the water years 2004-2014. Highlights of the report include the finding that many watercourses in Skagit County continue to be out of compliance with state water quality standards. Trends in water quality are a mixture of improving and deteriorating conditions in Skagit County streams. Questions and comments about the report can be addressed to Rick Haley at Public Works: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 360-416-1457
Water Quality Monitoring Plan
The Skagit County Monitoring Program (Program) is an extension of the Skagit County Baseline Monitoring Plan begun in 2001 and is intended to determine conditions and trends in water quality in watercourses in Skagit Countys agricultural areas.
Bay Watershed Water Quality Monitoring Project Final Report
The Samish Bay Watershed Water Quality Monitoring Project was initiated to try to determine sources of shellfish contamination in Samish Bay, Skagit County, Washington. In 1988, under guidance from the 'Nonpoint Rule' WAC 400-12, the Samish Watershed was given third priority ranking for controlling non-point pollution in Skagit County.
BaseLine Monitoring Project (River and Stream Data)
For more information regarding Water Quality, please contact Rick Haley, Water Quality Analyst, at 360-416-1400