Cyanobacteria warning lifted for Kitsap Lake

  • Monday, January 7, 2019 11:04am
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A cyanobacteria warning for Kitsap Lake issued in late October has been lifted, according to a recent announcement by the Kitsap Public Health District.

The public health district recommends people living near the lake remain on the lookout for algal blooms and contact the district if any are observed. Other signs of cyanobacteria blooms can include: large numbers of dead fish; sudden or unexplained sickness or death of a pet cat or dog; skin rash, dizziness or weakness, respiratory allergy, abdominal pain, diarrhea or vomiting.

The Kitsap Public Health District can be contacted via phone at 360-728-2235.

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