Saturday, September 24, 2022

Links to “Beach Water Quality” Added to CoronadoTimes.com for Immediate Updates

In an effort to keep the public informed for Coronado beach water quality, The Coronado Times has added links to the County of San Diego’s beach water quality website in multiple locations on their website. They include the CoronadoTimes.com header, footer and mobile menu bars.

The County information regarding beach water quality has been changing at a quicker pace due to new rapid DNA-based testing and our publication wants to make it easier to check conditions before entering the beach water, i.e. “Check In Before You Get In.”

On July 1, 2022, the County of San Diego will begin using a new beach water-safety category and signs at local beaches in its continuing efforts to educate and protect the public’s health.

The new “warning” category will join the existing advisory and closure categories. Warning signs will tell beachgoers that beach water may contain sewage and may cause illness if people come into contact with it.

Links found in the mobile, header and footer menus for The Coronado Times:

“Beach Water Quality” is now found in the mobile menu on CoronadoTimes.com.

Header Links on Desktop

Footer Links on Desktop

Click here to see the latest beach water quality conditions for Coronado and San Diego County.

Related Stories:

City Council Dives Into Sewage Contamination and Budget Summary

Coronado Beachgoers Advised to Avoid Contact with Sewage Contaminated Water

 

 



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