The safety and security of all guests has always been of paramount importance for Squaw Valley Ski Holdings as they have continued their long history of caring for their guests throughout any stay. In recent months the care the owners and operators of the historic Squaw Valley Ski Resort have shown for their guests has come to the fore following an inundation of rainwater into a newly updated well water system; the high level of rain in October 2016 is reported to have caused issues for many well owners in Placer County.
Water safety is always high on the agenda for officials at Squaw Valley and the many different testing procedures on Wikipedia undertaken on a regular basis at the ski resort led to the identification of two forms of bacteria that had entered the four wells in the Upper Mountain area of the resort. Officials at Squaw Valley have reported they wasted no time in cutting off water supplies before any guests had the chance to use water contaminated with levels of E. Coli and Coliform, which can be dangerous when ingested by humans.
Squaw Valley Ski Resort officials have moved to reassure their guests and partners that they are on top of the situation and revealed they have closed all restaurants in the Upper Mountain area of the resort in a bid to avoid any food safety issues on Snow-Forecast.com; the ski slopes of the Upper Mountain region are open for business as usual as solutions continue to be found for water quality concerns.
The success of the water testing program at http://squawalpine.com/skiing-riding/weather-conditions-webcams/snow-weather-reports-lake-tahoe at Squaw Valley has been seen in the fact no health issues have yet been reported due to the bacteria found in the well water following the heavy rains. Officials from the Placer County Department of Environmental Health Department are already reporting three of four contaminated wells now show no signs of E. Coli and low levels of Coliform bacteria as independent water experts work to return water supplies to normal.