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Photo by Andrea Swayne
Photo by Andrea Swayne

Date: April 21, 2015

Time: 4:15 p.m.

Closure and Posted Warning Status Report

Closures:
Until further notice, in Newport Bay, the bay water area from Pearson’s Port downbay to Bayshore Drive Beach is closed to swimming and diving due to a sewage spill.

Posted Warnings:
Bacterial levels in ocean and bay recreational waters exceed health standards at the following locations:

Dana Point

  •  From the Dana Point Harbor breakwater to 300 feet downcoast of the Dana Point Harbor breakwater at Doheny State Beach.
  • 150 feet upcoast and 150 feet downcoast of San Juan Creek at Doheny State Beach.

San Clemente

  • 150 feet upcoast and 150 feet downcoast of Pico Drain at the north end of North Beach.
  • 150 feet upcoast and 150 feet downcoast of the San Clemente Pier.

Long Term Postings due to Possible Urban Runoff Impacts

Newport Bay

  • Harbor Tower Marina at Pacific Coast Highway and Newport Blvd.

Posted Advisory Warnings
Bacterial levels at outlets where urban runoff mixes with ocean receiving waters exceed health standards at the following locations:

San Clemente

  • 75 feet upcoast and 75 feet downcoast of Poche Creek at Poche Beach.

 

Beach goers should avoid contact with ocean and bay waters in these areas.

The Environmental Health staff advises swimmers that levels of bacteria can rise significantly in ocean and bay waters adjacent to storm drains, creeks and rivers. Swimmers should avoid coastal waters impacted by discharging storm drains, creeks and rivers and beach users should avoid contact with any runoff on the beach during dry or wet weather conditions.

If you would like to report a bather illness, please call 714.433.6280 during business hours which are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. To report a sewage spill, please call 714.433.6419 during business hours or 714.628.7008 after business hours. For questions, call 714.433.6280 during business hours or log on to www.ocbeachinfo.com.

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