Groundwater Monitoring Well Network

Information

Effective 03/18/2020, Environmental Health will offer limited services. Staff will still answer the phones. 


What is a monitoring well network? 

  • A groundwater network is a set of wells at which water levels are routinely measured. 

Where are the wells located?

  • A map of the wells can be found HERE.

What is Wet Season?

  • Wet Season is a term that is used to identify the time of the year when water tables are at their highest.  This typically occurs between November and March. The majority of the Department’s land evaluations (perc tests) require wet season testing to ensure that septic systems are designed to have adequate separation from the water table.


Current Water Table Levels (as of 2/8/17)

This graph represents the average weekly readings from the Health Department's 9 monitoring wells.   Local conditions may differ depending on site-specifc variables.

This graph represents the average weekly readings from the Health Department’s 9 monitoring wells. Local conditions may differ depending on site-specifc variables.




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