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Water Contact Closure in Parts of Coronado Lifted, But Advisories Remain for Other Beaches


Mission Bay Park offers boaters boat docks, launching facilities, sailboat and motor rentals.
Mission Bay Park. Photo by Chris Stone

Authorities lifted a water-contact closure Sunday for North Beach in Coronado, but several remain, including on Mission Bay and in La Jolla.

Recent water quality samples met state health standards, according to the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health and Quality. The action included the beach north of Pine Avenue up to Coronado Dog Beach.

The following beaches remained under advisory:

  • Tidelands Park in Coronado
  • Campland and North Cove Vacation Isle in Mission Bay
  • La Jolla Cove and Children’s Pool in La Jolla.

Beachgoers were advised that bacteria levels exceed state health standards and may cause illness.

The shoreline from the border through Imperial Beach to Pine Avenue in Coronado remains closed until sampling confirms the area is safe for water contact.

City News Service



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