Carlsbad to reopen beaches Monday with restrictions

CARLSBAD (KUSI) – This is the first weekend of opened beaches since San Diego lifted a beach closure order on Monday, after the San Diego County Health Department lifted its order.

However, some beaches in the county remained closed this weekend, including Coronado Sunset Park and dog beach, Solana Beach, state beaches, Del Mar and Carlsbad.

But Solana Beach, Del Mar and Carlsbad officials said they will open their beach at 9 a.m. Monday. The state beaches were also expected to open Monday.

Allowed
• Walking, running, swimming, kayaking, surfing, bodyboarding, body surfing, paddle boarding, snorkeling and scuba diving from the shore
• Paddleboarding and kayaking at the Agua Hedionda Lagoon entrances
• Fishing only allowed from a kayak or boat due to county health order

Not allowed
• Stopping, sitting or lying down on the beach (sand)
• Gatherings of any kind, games or sports
• Volleyball, football, frisbee, soccer, yoga, calisthenics or similar activities where you stay in one place

Carlsbad Mayor Matt Hall joined Good Morning San Diego to discuss the beaches reopening.

 

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