Monthly Archive: February 2020

Green Lake Monitoring – February 9, 2020

Secchi Depth: 1.7 Meters (5.6 feet)
Water Temp: 7.5 degrees C (45.5 degrees F)

Lake Water Quality is monitored weekly by Jeffrey Howard at East Green Lake from the T-dock near the Green Lake Community Center. The weekly data are reported quarterly and uploaded to the King County Lakes website available here. Select “Green-1” and “View Data”. General lake information, water quality data, and reports are available here.

For continuous Green Lake Water Level and Temperature Gauge data tracked by King County, go to the King County Hydrologic Information Center website where you can search for both temperature (in C) and lake elevation. Here are instructions:
1. Click on either Water Temperature or State Only Gage to get a map of monitoring sites.
2. Click on the red dot at Green Lake.
3. Click on View Graph. (The graph is currently being updated to improve visibility.) More data selections are listed left of the graph.

Green Lake Work Party – Saturday February 8, 2020

Planting Time! Join Us for a Green Lake Work Party at 9 am Saturday, February 8

Hello Stewards!

If it’s February, it’s planting time.  We will be planting this weekend…sword fern, fringecup, redwood sorrel among other groundcovers. Hope to see you.

If you arrive late, follow the Event signs to find the work site:

Date: February 8, 2020
Time: 9 am to 12 noon
Meet: Beside the Aqua Theater at the east end of the Small Craft Center (5900 West Green Lake Way North)

Dress for the weather and the dirty work, wear close-toed shoes and bring a bottle of water.

RSVP at hutcheson@seanet.com
or go to the Green Seattle Partnership website to sign up:

https://seattle.greencitypartnerships.org/event/16631/
Questions? Rob Hutcheson at 206 854-1654

 

Green Lake Monitoring – February 2, 2020

Secchi Depth: 1.8 Meters (5.9 feet)
Water Temp: 7.5 degrees C (45.5 degrees F)

Lake Water Quality is monitored weekly by Jeffrey Howard at East Green Lake from the T-dock near the Green Lake Community Center. The weekly data are reported quarterly and uploaded to the King County Lakes website available here. Select “Green-1” and “View Data”. General lake information, water quality data, and reports are available here.

For continuous Green Lake Water Level and Temperature Gauge data tracked by King County, go to the King County Hydrologic Information Center website where you can search for both temperature (in C) and lake elevation. Here are instructions:
1. Click on either Water Temperature or State Only Gage to get a map of monitoring sites.
2. Click on the red dot at Green Lake.
3. Click on View Graph. (The graph is currently being updated to improve visibility.) More data selections are listed left of the graph.