The Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health receives and interprets water quality monitoring results for Parlee and Murray Beach. The results are evaluated and compared to the guideline values in the Guidelines for Canadian Recreational Water Quality.
When bacterial levels are within safe limits, the water is open and suitable for swimming.
When bacterial levels exceed safe limits, a “No Swimming” advisory is in effect. In this case, the public is warned that the water is not suitable for swimming.
For more information about beach water quality monitoring in New Brunswick, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
The last date that water samples were collected was October 9, 2017. Water sampling and monitoring activities will resume in the spring of 2018.