Health Advisories Issued Due to High Bacteria Levels at San Diego Beaches

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If you're thinking about cooling down after a warm week, check to see if the beach in your sights has an advisory. The Beach & Bay Water Quality Program has issued several beach advisories due to unhealthy bacteria levels in the past few days.

San Diego Bay - Chula Vista

  • Station: Bayside Park at J St. - entire beach area
  • Status Since: September 6, 2019
  • Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.

Point Loma

  • Station: Lighthouse - No beachline at this location. *No Advisory signs posted*
  • Status Since: September 5, 2019
  • Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.

San Diego Bay

  • Station: Shelter Island Shoreline
  • Status Since: September 6, 2019
  • Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.

Ocean Beach

  • Station: OB Pier to 600' North
  • Status Since: September 5, 2019
  • Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area

Mission Bay

  • Station: North Cove – Vacation Isle - 150’ each side of drain
  • Status Since: August 21, 2019
  • Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.

Mission Bay

  • Station: Comfort Station, at Leisure Lagoon - swim area
  • Status Since: Sepember 4, 2019
  • Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.

La Jolla

  • Station: La Jolla Cove Beachline
  • Status Since: September 4, 2019
  • Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.

La Jolla

  • Station: Children's Pool
  • Status Since: September 1997
  • Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.

Mission Bay

  • Station: Fiesta Island - Northwest Shoreline
  • Status Since: September 4, 2019
  • Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
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