Posted on: June 25, 2013 PAVILION BEACH CLOSED TILL FURTHER NOTICE Due to a recent storm with heavy rains that triggered a Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) event, as of today, TUESDAY, June 25, 2013, Pavilion Beach is closed to swimming.
This is done as a precautionary measure and not related to any known test results. Water samples have been taken and results will be known by the morning of Wednesday, June 26th. … For more information, please contact the Gloucester Department of Public Works at 978-281-9785. Residents are advised that they swim at their own risk.
For more information and updates, please visit the city website
ALL PUBLIC BEACHES RE-OPENED
AUGUST 27, 2010
Based on preliminary results of samples taken at all of Gloucester’s public beaches on August 26, 2010, the Gloucester Health Department is lifting the swimming ban related to the elevated enterococci levels from samples taken August 25, 2010. Current enterococci levels are well below the limits set by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s bathing beach standards.
The following beaches have been re-opened to public swimming:
• Plum Cove Beach
• Wingaersheek Beach
• Good Harbor Beach
• Cressy’s Beach
• Pavilion Beach
• Half Moon Beach
• Niles Beach
The Department will return to its regular sampling schedules. For more information and updates, please visit the city website at http://www.gloucester-ma.gov
For more information, please contact:
Max Schenk, Acting Director
Gloucester Public Health Department