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Beach Advisory for July 31 to August 4

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The Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) announces that the Beach Water Quality Monitoring Program, which evaluates weekly water quality at popular swimming beaches throughout the territory by sampling for enterococci bacteria and turbidity, which is a measure of water clarity, advises the public of the following:

DPNR performed water quality analysis at 36 designated beaches throughout the territory during the week of July 31 to Aug. 4, 2017. 

All beaches meet water quality standards and are safe for swimming or fishing:  

St. Croix

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Cramer Park

Pelican Cove (Comorant)

Rainbow

Chenay Bay

Cane Bay

Stoney Ground

Frederiksted Public Beach

Dorsch

Princess Condo Row

Shoy’s

Ha’ penny

Spratt Hall

Protestant Cay

Columbus Landing

New Fort (Ft. Louise Augusta)

Buccaneer

St. Thomas 

Bolongo Bay

Lindqvist

Magens Bay

Vessup Bay

Water Bay

Bluebeard’s

Secret Harbor

Frenchman’s Bay

Sapphire

Lindbergh Bay

Hull Bay

Morningstar

Limetree

Brewers Bay

Coki Point

St. John

Cruz Bay

Oppenheimer

Great Cruz Bay

Frank Bay

Johnson Bay

Please Note: Grapetree Bay was not sampled due to heavy presence of seaweed on the shoreline; therefore, the water quality at that beach is unknown.

DPNR will continue to monitor these popular swimming areas. It also recommends people use their own discretion when swimming or fishing at the designated beaches. If the waters appear muddy or murky or have foul odors, do not swim or fish.

For additional information regarding water quality, call the Division of Environmental Protection at 773-1082 on St. Croix.

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