The Lacamas Watershed Council aims to keep the public educated on the statuses of Lacamas Lake, Round Lake, and Fallen Leaf Lake. We believe that the public should be alerted when the lakes have reached dangerous conditions and that the community should have a transparent resource with which to make informed decisions on how to recreate safely!
Warnings and Advisories are posted by the Clark County Public Health Department as information becomes available. Check out the details of the advisory protocol here or check out the map below.
In 2021, the Lacamas Watershed Council formed team of volunteers trained in the protocols for water quality monitoring established by the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Phytoplankton Monitoring Network program. Under the guidance of Rodger Hauge, our team has collected data from three points on Lacamas Lake consistently for almost a year. Here you will find their most recent data highlights as well as past data sets.
All photos are actual photos taken from the samples collected by our Lacamas Watershed Council's Phytoplankton Monitoring Network.