The City of Plymouth operates a water resources monitoring program for city lakes and streams. The program establishes baseline conditions and helps in long term decision making for water quality improvement projects. The projects are designed to prevent a decline in the water quality of city resources.
The program began in 2000 with monitoring taking place annually ever since. The city’s most recent water quality monitoring report includes monitoring of total suspended solids, phosphorus, nitrogen and other water quality parameters.
- Parkers Lake Water Quality, 1995-2014 (PDF)
- Surface Water Monitoring Report 2018 (PDF)
- Surface Water Monitoring Report 2019 (PDF)