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Expired WAter contact & shellfish pollution ADVISORIES

The following are expired advisories that are no longer in effect. Click here for current advisories.

Location

Date

Problem

Water Contact Advisory

Shellfish Advisory

Public Notice

Manchester: The beaches in Manchester including Pomeroy Park and the Manchester boat launch. 05/31/17 Sewage spill No-Contact Advisory through June 2, 2017 Shellfish harvesting closed year-round due to non-point pollution Warning signs posted at beach. Public Health Advisory

Mission Lake

Public fishing access

05/26/17 High E.coli bacteria levels No-contact advisory / swimming beach closed Not Applicable Warning signs posted at beach.

Port Orchard/South Kitsap

Ross Creek and the Sinclair Inlet waterfront from Anderson Creek to the public access beach near Rockwell St. downtown SEE MAP
03/14/17 Sewage discharge reported by City of Port Orchard

No-contact advisory in effect 3/14/17 – 3/21/17

An existing closure for recreational shellfish harvesting is in effect for Sinclair Inlet due to ongoing non-point pollution 3/14/17 advisory

Bainbridge Island:
Messenger House Care Center, 10861 Manitou Park Blvd. NE, Bainbridge Island

3/1/17 Sewage discharge. Sewage did not reach the beach and has been cleaned-up.

No-Contact advisory in effect 3/1/17 - 3/13/17. Avoid contact with the affected road area east of Messenger House.

n/a Advisory signs posted around affected area.
Hood Canal: Hood Canal shoreline north and south of Bangor including public access beaches at Kitsap Memorial State Park, Lofall, Vinland, and Edgewater Park. 2/27/17 Sewage discharge at Bangor base No-Contact advisory in effect 2/27/17 - 3/6/17

Recreational Shellifsh harvesting closed in impacted area for durection of the no-contact advisory.

2/27/17 advisory

Bainbridge Island: eastern shoreline of Bainbridge Island including all bays and inlets

The eastern shoreline of Kitsap County from Jefferson Point and Restoration Point, including Port Madison Bay
2/9/17

Updated 2/16/17

Updated 2/21/17
Sewage bypass at West Point Treatment Plant in King County.

King County Incident Response page
No-Contact advisory in effect 2/9/17 - 2/21/17

Shellfish harvesting closure until further notice. 2/9/17 advisory

2/16/17 advisory

2/21/17 advisory
Bremerton: Port Washington Narrows, Sinclair Inlet & Dyes inlet 2/6/17

Updated 2/9/17
Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) due to heavy rain reported by the City of Bremerton No-Contact advisory in effect 2/6/17 - 2/16/17 An existing closure for recreational shellfish harvesting is in effect for Sinclair Inlet and Port Washington Narrows due to ongoing non-point pollution.

2/6/17 advisory

2/9/17 advisory

Dyes Inlet/Port Washington Narrows, including Silverdale Waterfront Park

Central Kitsap/East Bremerton: Mosher Creek

1/29/17

Updated 1/30/17

Updated 1/31/17
Sewer Spill reported by Kitsap County Public Works No-Contact advisory in effect 1/30/17 - 2/5/17 An existing closure for recreational shellfish harvesting is in effect for Port Washington Narrows and parts of Dyes Inlet due to ongoing non-point pollution. Recreational Shellfish harvesting closed in impacted area for duration of the no-contact advisory. 1/29/17 advisory

1/30/17 advisory

1/31/17 advisory
Bremerton: Port Washington Narrows 1/19/17 Combined sewer overflow (CSO) due to heavy rain reported by the City of Bremerton

No-Contact advisory in effect 1/19/17 - 1/21/17

An existing closure for recreational shellfish harvesting is in effect for Port Washington Narrows due to ongoing non-point pollution. 1/19/17 advisory

 

 


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