Updated Bacteria Warnings And Beach Closures

July 10, 2024 ·

Bacteria Photo by CDC Via UnSplash

PACIFIC PALISADES—On July 8, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) announced that the bacteria warnings for Santa Monica Canyon Creek at Will Rogers State Beach near Will Rogers Tower 18 and the Malibu Pier in Malibu have been cleared. There are at least 13 other swimming areas and beaches that remain closed due to active bacteria warnings issued by the LACDPH.

LACDPH advises beachgoers to avoid swimming, surfing, and playing in the contaminated ocean waters in the following areas. Please be mindful of your children, the elderly, and even pets frolicking in the bacteria-infested waters.

Know before you go. If you are unsure if the beach you plan to attend has met state standards for public safety, call the Los Angeles County Beach Closure hotline at 1-800-525-5662 or visit the LACDPH website.

July 8 reports indicate that bacteria was found in water samples from the following areas. Water quality levels are not within State standards.

The entire swim area at Las Flores Creek at Las Flores State Beach

Topanga Canyon Beach in Malibu, and 100 yards up and down the coast from the lagoon.

The entire swimming area at Mothers Beach in Marina Del Rey

Malibu Lagoon at Surfrider Beach and 100 yards up and down the coast from the public restroom areas.

The Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, and 100 yards in each direction up and down from the pier

Zuma Beach and 100 yards to and from Trancas Canyon Creek

The entire swimming area at the Inner Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro

Escondido Creek at Escondido State Beach, including the entire swimming area

The entire swimming area at Walnut Creek at Paradise CoveSolstice Creek at Dan Blocker County Beach, and the entire swimming area

Marie Canyon Storm Drain at Puerco Beach, and 100 yards up and down the coast from the public access steps

The entire swimming area at Sweetwater Canyon Storm Drain at Carbon Canyon Beach

The entire swimming area at Castlerock Storm Drain at Topanga County Beach

Ramirez Creek at Paradise Cove, and 100 yards to and from the Paradise Cove Pier

By Sharon






Next Post

“Reflector Vest Crew” Burglars Arrested By LAPD

STUDIO CITY/WEST HOLLYWOOD—On Tuesday, July 9, the Los Angeles Police Department North Hollywood Division burglary detectives along with the LASD Major Crimes Bureau and Burglary-Robbery Task Force, worked together to arrest burglary suspects coined the “Reflector Vest Crew” on June…
Read
Previous Post

Community Blood Drive In Beverly Hills On July 11

BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hills announced on its Facebook page that they will be hosting a Community Blood Drive with the Red Cross on Thursday, July 11. The event will transpire from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the…
Read
Random Post

Summer Recreation Programs Open April 24

SANTA MONICA—On Tuesday, April 23, the city of Santa Monica announced that registration for the city’s summer recreation programs begins Wednesday, April 24, at 6 a.m. for Santa Monica residents, and Wednesday, May 1, at 6 a.m. for non-residents. Indoor…
Read
Random Post

Paula Crowell Named New Chief Information Officer

SANTA MONICA—On Monday, November 6, the Santa Monica City Manager David White announced the appointment of Paula Crowell as chief information officer to lead the city’s Information Services Department, after a nationwide recruitment. Paula Crowell is the new Chief Information…
Read
Random Post

LASD Respond To Barricaded Suspect On Colina Drive

TOPANGA CANYON—On Wednesday, March 8, a suspect barricaded himself on the 21200 Block of Colina Drive in Topanga. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Malibu-Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station requested assistance from the Special Enforcement Bureau (SEB) and are currently working to…
Read
Random Post

LAPD Officer-Involved Shooting In Topanga

TOPANGA CANYON—The Los Angeles Police Department’s (LAPD) Force Investigation Division is investigating an Officer-Involved Shooting (OIS) that transpired on November 1. The LAPD reported around 7:45 p.m., Topanga Division uniformed officers responded to a radio call of an “Assault with…
Read