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Texas GLO Beach Watch Updates

To learn more, and to view a map of the most current beach info, visit the Texas Beach Watch site.

Following are the most recent updates for the beaches you subscribed to on TexasBeachWatch.com. To learn more, and to view a map of the most current beach info, visit the Texas Beach Watch site.

Rockport Beach Park South

       StationID: ARA001 - Rockport Beach Park South
       Bacteria Count: Low 10 cfu/100ml
       Last Collection Date: 09/18/2023
       Last Collection Time: 07:17 AM

Rockport Beach Park North

       StationID: ARA002 - Rockport Beach Park North
       Bacteria Count: Low 10 cfu/100ml
       Last Collection Date: 09/18/2023
       Last Collection Time: 07:31 AM

Rockport Saltwater Pool

       StationID: ARA003 - Rockport Saltwater Pool
       Bacteria Count: Low 5 cfu/100ml
       Last Collection Date: 09/18/2023
       Last Collection Time: 07:48 AM

Little Bay Ski Basin

       StationID: ARA004 - Little Bay Ski Basin
       Bacteria Count: Low 5 cfu/100ml
       Last Collection Date: 09/18/2023
       Last Collection Time: 08:02 AM

Beach Advisory Levels:
Low - Bacteria counts less than 35 cfu.
Medium - Bacteria counts are between 35 and 104 cfu.
High - Bacteria counts are higher than 104 cfu. An advisory for this beach is recommended.

The Environmental Protection Agency's recommended criterion for Enterococcus bacteria is 104 colony forming units or most probable number. When counts are above this level, swimming is not recommended. For more information on the health risks associated with swimming in waters with high Enterococcus counts visit the GLO.

Texas Beach Watch reports only on the enterococcus(fecal) bacteria. It does not test for the vibrio vulnificus bacteria, which is naturally occurring in coastal temperate waters. For additional information on vibrio, please visit http://www.cdc.gov/vibrio/index.html.

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