Harmful Cyanobacterial Bloom Advisories in Massachusetts current as of December 5, 2022

This list includes waterbodies that have been reported to DPH by local, state and federal partners that manage or regulate the respective waterbody.

  • Hills Pond (Menotomy Rocks Park), Arlington
  • Sandy Pond, Ayer
  • Lovells Pond, Barnstable
  • Walkers Pond, Brewster
  • Rubber Thread Pond, Easthampton
  • Flume Pond, Falmouth
  • Spindleville Pond, Hopedale
  • Pillings Pond, Lynnfield
  • Turner’s Pond, Milton
  • Pontoosuc Lake, Pittsfield
  • Scokes Pond, Plymouth
  • Dean Park Pond, Shrewsbury
  • Coes Reservoir, Worcester

 

Please note: This should not be considered a complete list of all advisories in Massachusetts. This list includes waterbodies that have been reported to DPH by local, state and federal partners that manage or regulate the respective waterbody. If you think an algal bloom may be present you are encouraged to avoid contact with the water — WHEN IN DOUBT, STAY OUT! To see examples of what algae blooms look like, please visit the Identifying cyanobacterial blooms and scums page.

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