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Beach Advisory Lifted: Monterey Municipal Beach, Monterey
Monterey Municipal Beach was posted with an advisory due to high indicator bacteria found in samples taken 8/12/2019. Follow up samples reveal that bacteria counts are at levels considered safe for recreational contact
8/15/2019 2:00:00 PM
Beach Advisory Lifted: Lovers Point Beach, Pacific Grove
Lovers Point Beach was posted with an advisory due to high indicator bacteria found in samples taken 8/12/2019. Follow up samples reveal that bacteria counts are at levels considered safe for recreational contact.
8/14/2019 2:52:00 PM
Monterey County Animal Services seeks information on injured husky in North County
On August 3rd, Monterey County Sheriff's Department responded to a call of an injured dog in a culvert in unincorporated Salinas. The dog, a male husky mix about 1 year old, appeared to be attached to a chain. Later it was discoverd a carabiner type clip was actually clipped through the dog's skin.
8/14/2019 1:55:12 PM
Published on September 29, 2017. Last modified on July 05, 2019
13th Annual North County Environmental Compliance Workshop
Stormwater Protection - the theme for this years workshop
The Hazardous Materials Management Service of the Environmental Health Bureau, in conjunction with the City of Salinas and the Growers Shippers Association, is pleased to announce the success of our 13th annual Environmental Compliance Workshop! The theme of this year’s symposium was “Stormwater Protection”. Over 160 people from local and statewide businesses and agencies heard presentations emphasizing the importance of the cooperative relationship between the public and governing agencies in protecting the Bay from stormwater pollution. You can access all the speakers’ presentations below.
Thanks to everyone who attended & presented at the workshop
Thank you to all those that took time out of their busy days to attend the workshop and all those that put such effort into putting this workshop on. Well-presented and well attended workshops like this are an effective way of achieving the ongoing goal of maintaining compliance with hazardous materials regulations and protecting the waters of the Bay.
See you next year!
Check back here for future workshop announcements and remember to update your CERS contact information. We will use the email addresses in CERS to contact you for future outreach events.
Additional Resources - PDFs
- Beach Sampling AB 411
- CERS Update
- Elkhorn Slough Update
- Hazardous Waste
- It takes a village
- Stormwater - Make the connection
- Waste Tires