Public Health Seattle & King County has lifted the closure at Alki Beach Park in King County. Sampling results have shown that there is no longer a public health risk.
Contact with fecal-contaminated waters can result in gastroenteritis, skin rashes, upper respiratory infections, and other illnesses. Children and the elderly may be more vulnerable to waterborne illnesses.
Stay updated on water quality at local beaches by following our Fecal Matters blog posts, connecting on Facebook, or joining our listserv.
Laura Hermanson, our BEACH Program Manager, is available at 360-480-4868 or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.