Alert: Coronado Beaches Closed Due to Sewage-Contaminated Runoff

12/26/19 UPDATE:  Coronado beaches are closed again as of December 26 after the recent rain.  Check the latest conditions here.

12/12/19 UPDATE:  Coronado beaches are open and no longer closed due to sewage-contaminated runoff.




The County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health (DEH) has once again extended the beach closures northward to include Coronado. The DEH advises avoiding water contact in the closure areas due to sewage-contaminated runoff from the Tijuana River.

Check the Beach & Bay Water Quality Website, sdbeachinfo.com, for DEH water quality status updates.

Closures

Closure: Tijuana Slough, Imperial Beach, Silver Strand, and Coronado
Stations: The ocean shoreline from U.S. / Mexico border to the north end of Coronado, including Border Field State Park, Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge, Imperial Beach, Silver Strand, and Coronado shorelines.

Status Since: November 21, 2019
Extended: November 21, 2019 – to include Imperial Beach shoreline

Extended: December 5, 2019 – to include Silver Strand and Coronado shorelines
Avoid water contact in the closure area due to sewage-contaminated runoff from the Tijuana River.

Get updates:  sdbeachinfo.com

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