While 13 out of 15 beaches received A or B grades from April through October, all received grades of F or D during wet winter months, which is not uncommon for enclosed beaches.
Green fences will be blocking the ocean view along a stretch of Bluff Park through May of next year as the second phase of a bluff stabilization project gets underway.
Beach waters in Long Beach were healthier than ever this summer, according to Heal the Bay’s most recent End of Summer Beach Report Card.
After assessing 95 communities across California, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) unveiled a report indicating Long Beach is third in the state (behind San Diego and Los Angeles) in money spent per year preventing trash from hitting the beach.
The latest report card issued to Long Beach from Heal the Bay gave our beaches an overwhelming positive amount of grades, with 10 of 13 beaches receiving A or B grades when in dry weather.