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Seal Beach beaches closed due to sewage spill in City of Carson

Seal Beach beaches are closed as a result of a sewage spill.

On Friday, December 31, 2021, the City of Seal Beach became aware of a sewage spill from the City of Carson resulting in millions of gallons of untreated sewage being discharged into the Dominguez Channel. With the raw sewage reaching the beach, the City of Seal Beach has elected to close water access at all Seal Beach beaches.

The Seal Beach Police Department, Marine Safety Department, and the County of Orange are also monitoring this spill. The affected ocean water area will remain closed to swimming, surfing, and all water related activities until water quality levels meet acceptable standards.

For updated information please visit www.OCBeachinfo.com or call (714) 433-6400.

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This article was released by the City of Seal Beach.