Dana Point Closes Beaches Due To Oil Spill Monday October 4 2021

Dana Point Courtesy of SouthOCBeaches.com
Dana Point Courtesy of SouthOCBeaches.com

Dana Point Closes Beaches Due To Oil Spill Monday October 4 2021.

The City of Dana Point announced that Orange County Beaches in Dana Point California will closed Monday October 4 2021 at Sunset.

Orange County Beaches Closed in Dana Point

Salt Creek Beach Park


Baby Beach

Capistrano Beach


Dana Cove – City tidepools soft closure

The City of Dana Point Oil Spill Information Page Is Online

Laguna Beach City Beaches Closed Due To Oil Spill

Newport Beach City Beaches Soft Closure
Please Stay out of the water

City of Huntington Beach Beaches Soft Closure
Please stay out of the water and off the shoreline. (shoreline starts with the lifeguard towers)
Bike paths and rest of beach is open.

Orange County Beaches Closed Due To Oil Spill

Newport Beach Harbor

Bayside Beach

Aliso Beach

Laguna Royale

Tablerock Beach

Thousand Steps Beach

West Street Beach

Crystal Cove State Beach Closed

Fishing Ban at Orange County Coast

Dana Point to Sunset Beach
extending 6 miles out from the shore

Orange County Coast Oil Spill Background

Location: 3 Miles Off the Coast of Newport Coast

Size of Spill: 13 Square Miles in Size.

Amount of Spill: 126,000 gallons

Oil Recovered: 3,150 gallons

Boom Deployed: 5,360 feet

Spill Reported at: Saturday October 2 2021 at 9:00am

Reason For Spill: Possible broken pipeline from from a offshore oil platform managed by Beta Offshore (Amplify Energy Corp).

Oil Spill United Command Agencies

Beta Offshore ( Amplify Energy Corp), the Coast Guard, California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Office of Spill Prevention and Response (CDFW-OSPR). Supporting agencies are the cities of Long Beach, Newport Beach, and Huntington Beach, and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department

For Concerns Or Questions

Huntington Beach City Hotline (714) 374-1702

How To Help

To Assist With Animal Rescue Efforts

Huntington Beach Wetlands (714) 374-5587

To Assist With Cleanup Efforts
Text OILSPILL to 51555 for updates to take action and volunteer.

Oiled Wildlife

CDFW-OSPR is monitoring for oiled wildlife.
If anyone encounters oiled wildlife, do not approach. Call the Oiled Wildlife Care Network at 1-877-823-6926.

Laguna Beach Pacific Marine Mammal Center

Sunday October 3 2021 at 8:30am: Pacific Marine Mammal Center (PMMC) will be assisting multiple agencies and organizations to help in the recovery efforts.
At this time they have yet to see any oiled marine life but if you do in the Orang County area please call 949-494-3050.
If you would like to help PMMC is accepting Dawn donation to assist with Wetlands and Wildlife. @wetlandswildlifecarecenter

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