Beaches No Longer Contaminated | NBC 7 San Diego

Beaches No Longer Contaminated

City is reopening beaches affected by the sewage spill



    Beaches in San Diego are officially reopened.

    The city has reopened all remaining beaches that had been closed since Thursday’s power-outage-related sewage spills.

    Beaches reopened this afternoon include Bayside Park in Chula Vista and the stretch of beach from a mile south of the Los Penasquitos Lagoon outlet to 15th Street in Del Mar.

    Several Beaches Still Closed

    [DGO] Several Beaches Still Closed
    More than 10 miles of beaches remain closed. That includes areas 5 miles north of torrey pines and 5 miles south. Also, areas in the southbay including pepper park, bay park and silverstrand remain closed.
    (Published Monday, Sept. 12, 2011)