To inform the public when data and observations from approved volunteer partners and RIDOH’s own water samples from non-licensed beaches indicate that risks to public health are present at beaches and other coastal swimming areas in Rhode Island.
Save the Bay collects weekly water quality samples at several upper Narragansett Bay sites that are analyzed at the State Health Laboratory. The test results are reported directly to the RIDOH Beach Monitoring Program.
Reporting water quality risk information from volunteer partners’ monitoring programs is consistent with RIDOH’s Beach Monitoring Program. If you have any questions about an item listed below, use the contact information associated with the information or go to the volunteer partner’s website.
Beach season 2021.
Rhode Island Numbers
Beach Risk Information from Volunteer Monitoring for Rhode Island Recreational Waters.
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Information is reported by approved volunteer partners. RIDOH cannot endorse/verify specific observations.