Long Beach Health Officer Re-Opens Colorado Lagoon, Marine Stadium Beaches and Bayshore After Sewage Spill

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The City Health Officer, Dr. Anissa Davis, has lifted the closure order at Colorado Lagoon, Marine Stadium and Bayshore in Alamitos Bay. These areas were reopened after consecutive lab results were shown to be within state water quality standards.

Mother’s Beach and 56th Place will remain closed until lab results indicate they are within state standards.

Alamitos Bay was closed for recreational water contact after a sewage spill on Monday, June 26. The cause of the spill is still under investigation.

For the latest status on Long Beach recreational beach water quality, call the Water Hotline at (562) 570-4199 or visit http://www.longbeach.gov/health/inspections-and-reporting/inspections/recreational-water-samples/.

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