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Just in time for the summer season, which officially begins June 21, the District has implemented bacteria level notifications during wet-weather events for several of the area's most popular beaches. Not only will District employees monitor these beaches, but they will also continue to make the information available on this website as changes occur.

In addition to online notification, permanent signs have been placed at outfalls throughout the area so that citizens are aware of any potential hazards in the water. A 24-hour CSO hotline has also been made available to the public.

As recognized by News Channel 5's Investigator Ron Regan, on May 21, 2006, the District has "lots of good programs being put in place, particularly regarding public notifications, so you know what's out there and when it's in the water."

To date, the District has invested over $820 million in projects to help reduce CSOs, including the construction of interceptor tunnels and storage tanks. It is estimated that they will invest another $1.6 billion over the next 30 years to continue these public safety efforts.

More information regarding the District's CSO Program can be found on the CSO Program link to the left of this screen.