Recreational Waterway Sample Search
E. coli is naturally occurring and present at varying amounts in natural bodies of water. As a result, the Hamilton County Health Department recommends that proper hand washing and bathing of both people and pets occurs after any interaction with an untreated body of water such as rivers, creeks, lakes and reservoirs.

To help increase public awareness, HCHD has placed educational signage at each public sampling location. The signs are interactive with a QRC code that links you directly to our website where you can find the latest sampling data for that site.
SampleID Township Location
1 View Data Noblesville Morse Reservoir, South Harbor Clubhouse
2 View Data White River White River, White River Campground
3 View Data Noblesville White River, Noblesville Boat Ramp
4 View Data Noblesville White River, Potter's Bridge
5 View Data Jackson Morse Reservoir, Red Bridge Park
6 View Data Noblesville Cicero Creek, SR 38 Bridge
7 View Data Noblesville Morse Reservoir, 209th St. Bridge
8 View Data Noblesville Morse Reservoir, Morse Park Beach
9 View Data White River White River, Koteewi Park
10 View Data Fall Creek Fall Creek, Geist Park
11 View Data Delaware White River, 116th St. Bridge
12 View Data Westfield-Washington Cool Creek, Cool Creek Park
15 View Data Westfield-Washington Drainage Way, Asa Bales Park
16 View Data Noblesville Cicero Creek, SR 32 Bridge-Cherry Tree Rd
18 View Data Noblesville Stony Creek, Greenfield Ave. Bridge
19 View Data Noblesville Spillway at Morse Resorvoir
22 View Data Fall Creek Fall Creek, Bridge at 113th St and Southeastern Pkwy
23 View Data Wayne Stony Creek, Highlands at Stony Creek
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