Surface Water Quality

​Monitor​ing Dat​a​

​Monitoring data being collected currently and in the past is available. Please scroll down for more information.

  • Request for data records
  • Data collected every hour/ 24 hours a day

Request for data records

​The following records are available upon request and at no cost. Only electronic versions of data are available from 1985 to present.

  • 1969 – 1984:  Hand written into logs. Many are still on file.
  • 1984 – 1993:  Lotus database
  • 1994 – 2004:  FoxPro based data management network
  • 2004 – Present: Custom water quality database application.

Staff follows strict Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) practices when collecting field measurements or surface water quality samples. When samples are delivered to a laboratory, the laboratory is required to provide finalized data electronically and in hard copy to the QA/QC officer within forty-five days. All field and laboratory data received by the QA/QC officer is compiled, reviewed, verified, validated, and warehoused.

Questions about data management and QA/QC?

Robert Sowah

Mecklenburg County Environmental Analyst

Continuous Monitoring - Data collected every hour 24 hours a day

Questions about CMANN? Contact:

Ryan Spidel​​

Mecklenburg County Senior Environmental Specialist​​