Laguna Beach Trailheads Beaches Adjacent Parks Remained Closed
COVID-19 Laguna Beach City

Laguna Beach Trailheads Beaches Adjacent Parks Remained Closed

Laguna Beach Trailheads Beaches Adjacent Parks Remained Closed

All Laguna Beach Trailheads, City Beaches and Adjacent Beach Parks Remain CLOSED to the Public

Violators of Closure Order Can Be Cited with a Misdemeanor, Fined up to $1,000 or Arrested

Laguna Beach, CA – To slow the spread of COVID-19, all Laguna Beach trailheads, City beaches, and the adjacent beach parks remain CLOSED until further notice.

Those violating the closure orders can be cited with a misdemeanor, fined up to $1,000, or arrested by the Laguna Beach Police Department.
With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths in the County and the surrounding counties continuing to rise, this is not the right time to open our City beaches and entice large crowds to the City’s beaches and trails.

With warm weather returning to Southern California, opening the beaches will attract large crowds to the City and will result in more people patronizing local grocery stores, gas stations, convenience stores, and takeout restaurants. This could result in an increased risk to the public and residents, especially those most vulnerable to COVID-19.
We appreciate our community’s help ensuring the distribution of factual information about the closures and their patience and understanding as we all continue to ‘flatten the curve’ together. This situation will continue to be monitored and modified as appropriate and will be reviewed by the City Council at its April 28 meeting.

To report closure violations or suspicious activity, call the Laguna Beach Police Department non-emergency line at (949) 497- 0701. In case of an emergency or to report a crime in progress, always dial 9-1-1.

City of Laguna City, March 23, 2020, Media Release

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