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Middlesex-London Health Unit

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Public Beaches

Swimming at the beach is an enjoyable summer activity. It is important to know that the water we swim in is not always safe and that water quality can change with the weather and other factors. Through a beach water quality program, the Middlesex-London Health Unit works with owners and operators of local beaches and aims to make sure they are safe for the public.

 
  • A picture of the notice sign that the beach is not monitored.Beach Water Monitoring
    View the results of the latest beach water samples in Middlesex-London. Links are also provided for beach water results in neighbouring health units.
  • A picture of the warning sign posted at beaches with high bacterial levels.Beach Water Quality
    Learn more about what affects beach water quality, and when warning signs are posted or when beaches are closed.
  • A picture of algae blooms in a pond.Blue-Green Algae
    Learn more about blue-green algae and how you can avoid coming into contact with it.
 

Contact Us

To speak with a Public Health Inspector on the Environmental Health Team about public beaches in Middlesex-London, please call:

  • 519-663-5317
 
Date of creation: February 10, 2014
Last modified on: July 5, 2022