An edition of: WaterAtlas.orgPresented By: Orange County, USF Water Institute

Water-Related News

Lake Anderson to receive nutrient inactivation treatment beginning May 6

OCAlert logo

Starting May 6th, 2024 Lake Anderson will receive its second in-lake nutrient inactivation treatment to improve lake water quality.

You will see a county contractor on the lake applying alum and monitoring the lake to ensure a safe and effective treatment.

Swimming, fishing and irrigation is not restricted during this application, however: We do ask you refrain from wave-generating boating activities while the contractor is on the water.

This application round should span 5 weeks and the contractor will be intermittently working during this period.