Soils in Lake County that contain apparent water tables exhibit high water table conditions from November through May. During these months the saturated zone can be from ground level to 2.0 feet below the surface. Perched (seasonal) water tables average 0.5 – 3.0 feet below the surface and can occur from November through June.
In order to determine if high water tables may affect your project consult the Soil Survey of Lake County to determine the soil type involved. Each soil type is listed along with potential high water table conditions and associated limitations for use. The Soil Water Conservation District can help interpret the information.
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