Above Canal Headgates

Augusta, Georgia

Sampling season has ended for this site. Sampling will resume May 1st, 2020.

This site was tested on 26 September 2019 and meets EPD standards for recreation.

Above the Canal Headgates near the put in for a Stallings Island Paddle.

This site is still in need of a sponsor. Please contact Rachel@savanahriverkeeper.org if you are interested.

6/3/2019 PASS
6/18/2019 PASS
6/25/2019 PASS
7/2/2019 PASS
7/9/2019 PASS
7/17/2019 PASS
7/24/2019 PASS
7/31/2019 PASS
8/7/2019 PASS
8/14/2019 PASS
8/21/2019 PASS
8/28/2019 PASS
9/4/2019 PASS
9/12/2019 PASS
9/17/2019 PASS
9/26/2019 PASS

WATER QUALITY
  • Passed water quality tests at least 95% of the time
  • Historical Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on September 26th, 2019. Savannah Riverkeeper updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
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MONITORING FREQUENCY

Above Canal Headgates is sampled weekly from May 1st to September 30th

SOURCE INFORMATION

Savannah Riverkeeper’s Veterans For Clean Water program monitors water quality at these recreational sites WEEKLY: Modoc, Betty's Branch, Stevens Creek, Above Canal Headgate, Below Canal Headgate, Sandbar @ Riverview, North August Boat Ramp, Mouth of Rae's Creek, Hammond Ferry, Lake Olmstead, 5th Street Marina, the Boat House, SRK Boat Ramp, New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam Boat Ramp, Bob Boat Ramp, & Brier Creek from May through September, ending with the Augusta Ironman competition.

Savannah Riverkeeper’s Adopt-A-Stream volunteers monitor water quality at creek sites MONTHLY in this region year-round at these sites: Butler Creek, Fox Creek, Lower Euchee Creek, Rae’s Creek, Reed Creek, Upper Euchee Creek, Upper Reed Creek, & Westminster Creek

A creek or recreational site is marked green when the level of E-coli bacteria in the water is lower than 360 units per 100 mL, the state standard for swimmable water. A site is marked red when the level of E-coli bacteria in the water is higher than 360 units per 100 mL. A site is marked grey when there is no current data or reliable monitoring information available. Sites marked yellow are an aggregate of previous historical tests.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH

Above Canal Headgates

Augusta, Georgia

WATER QUALITY
  • Passed water quality tests at least 95% of the time
  • Historical Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on September 26th, 2019. Savannah Riverkeeper updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
For water quality icon legend, click:   

Sampling season has ended for this site. Sampling will resume May 1st, 2020.

This site was tested on 26 September 2019 and meets EPD standards for recreation.

Above the Canal Headgates near the put in for a Stallings Island Paddle.

This site is still in need of a sponsor. Please contact Rachel@savanahriverkeeper.org if you are interested.

6/3/2019 PASS
6/18/2019 PASS
6/25/2019 PASS
7/2/2019 PASS
7/9/2019 PASS
7/17/2019 PASS
7/24/2019 PASS
7/31/2019 PASS
8/7/2019 PASS
8/14/2019 PASS
8/21/2019 PASS
8/28/2019 PASS
9/4/2019 PASS
9/12/2019 PASS
9/17/2019 PASS
9/26/2019 PASS

MONITORING FREQUENCY

Above Canal Headgates is sampled weekly from May 1st to September 30th

SOURCE INFORMATION

Savannah Riverkeeper’s Veterans For Clean Water program monitors water quality at these recreational sites WEEKLY: Modoc, Betty's Branch, Stevens Creek, Above Canal Headgate, Below Canal Headgate, Sandbar @ Riverview, North August Boat Ramp, Mouth of Rae's Creek, Hammond Ferry, Lake Olmstead, 5th Street Marina, the Boat House, SRK Boat Ramp, New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam Boat Ramp, Bob Boat Ramp, & Brier Creek from May through September, ending with the Augusta Ironman competition.

Savannah Riverkeeper’s Adopt-A-Stream volunteers monitor water quality at creek sites MONTHLY in this region year-round at these sites: Butler Creek, Fox Creek, Lower Euchee Creek, Rae’s Creek, Reed Creek, Upper Euchee Creek, Upper Reed Creek, & Westminster Creek

A creek or recreational site is marked green when the level of E-coli bacteria in the water is lower than 360 units per 100 mL, the state standard for swimmable water. A site is marked red when the level of E-coli bacteria in the water is higher than 360 units per 100 mL. A site is marked grey when there is no current data or reliable monitoring information available. Sites marked yellow are an aggregate of previous historical tests.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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