High bacteria levels detected for Santa Clara Cove, Dog Beach and Children's Pool
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Mission Bay. / Photo by Thomas Melville
Mission Bay. / Photo by Thomas Melville
The County Department of Environmental Health has issued advisories at three San Diego beaches because bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Visitors are urged to avoid water contact in the advisory area.

The three beaches with advisories are:

- Dog Beach in Ocean Beach;

- Children’s Pool in La Jolla; and

- Santa Clara Cove in Mission Bay.

Water quality is tested in the areas twice a week and an update to the advisories will be available in the coming days. Visit sdbeachinfo.com for updates.
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Robert Burns
August 16, 2019
What's the City's excuse this time?!? Dry-weather sewage flows from the City's sewage dyssystem? The natural product of homelessness apartheid amidst the San Diego River watershed? When will we throughout the Mayor and Councilpersons who perpetuate homelessness and ocean discharges?
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