Sewage Overflow In Deer Creek; No Body Contact Advisory Issued

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COOPERSVILLE, Mich. – The City of Coopersville has issued a no body contact advisory for Deer Creek because of a sanitary sewage overflow.

The Ottawa County Health Department was notified of the advisory on April 18, which is effective immediately and in effect until further notice.

Deer Creek is an inlet to the Grand River to Lake Michigan in Ottawa County.

According to City of Coopersville, everyone should avoid any kind of contact with these waters until the advisory is lifted.

If you have any questions or concerns about the advisory, please call the City of Coopersville at 616-997-9731.

Click here for more information about surface water quality or sewage flow.

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