Testing has been discontinued.
The City of Frederick says water quality along Carroll Creek near the Monocacy River has improved from last week's 3.5-million-gallon sewage spill, and water testing has been discontinued.
Signs urging people not to have contact with the water near the spill have been removed.
Officials say test results show that water quality is consistent with pre-spill conditions.
A power outage on December 12th caused the spill at the city's waste water treatment plant about 500-feet upstream from the Monocacy River. The river provides the city with drinking water, but officials say water for city customers is drawn upstream from the site of the spill.