Dry-Weather monitoring: April - October (40 beaches sampled)
Wet-Weather monitoring: November - March (19 beaches sampled)

For the Week of:  January 14, 2019 - Wet-Weather Monitoring Schedule

NS = Not Sampled due to inaccessibility, unsafe conditions, lab accident, wet-weather or holiday monitoring schedule.

State Standards:

* Total Coliform MPN/100 ml (Std: <10,000/100 ml)
* Fecal Coliform MPN/100 ml (Std: <400/100 ml)
* Enterococcus MPN/100 ml (Std: <104/100 ml)

* Fecal:Total Coliform Ratio when >1000 Total Coliform (Std: 0.1)

To "pass" a sample must be less than the State standard.

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 Meets all State StandardsDate SampledTotal Coliform*Fecal Coliform*Enterococcus*Beach ID and Map
Staircase Beach - Bottom of Footpath NS         50000
Rincon Beach - South of Creek Yes 01/14/2019 233 <10 42 1000
Rincon Beach - Base of Footpath NS         1100
La Conchita Beach - Storm Drain Outfall NS         2500
Oil Piers Beach - South of Drain NS * *  *  * 4000
Hobson County Park Beach - Stairs NS         5000
Faria County Park Beach - Stairs No 01/14/2019 495 20 222 7000
Mandos Cove - Storm Drain Outfall NS         8100
Solimar Beach - East Gate at Creek Yes 01/14/2019 197 <10 31 10000
Emma Wood State Beach - South of Drain Yes 01/14/2019 75 20 10 11000
Surfer's Point at Seaside - Across from Handicap Footpath Yes 01/14/2019 556 20 31 13000
Promenade Park - Figueroa Street No 01/14/2019 5172 530 531 14000
Promenade Park - Paseo De Playa Street NS         15000
Promenade Park - California Street at Drain NS         17000
San Buenaventura State Beach - Kalorama Street NS         18000
San Buenaventura State Beach - San Jon Road South of Drain No 01/14/2019 6,131 1,017 >2,005 19000
San Buenaventura State Beach - Dover Lane NS         20000
San Buenaventura State Beach - Weymouth Lane NS         21000
Marina Park Beach - Across from Playground NS         22000
Peninsula Beach - Harbor Cove NS         23000
Surfers' Knoll - Out from Parking Lot NS  * * * * 25000
Oxnard Beach - 5th Street NS         29000
Oxnard Beach - Outrigger Way NS         30000
Oxnard Bch. Park - Falkirk Avenue NS         32000
Oxnard Beach Park - Starfish Drive NS         33000
Hollywood Beach - La Crescenta Street NS         34000
Hollywood Beach - Los Robles Street Yes 01/14/2019  576 20 10 35000
Hobie Beach - Channel Islands Harbor

NS

 * * * * 36000
Channel Islands Harbor Beach Park - Kiddie Beach No 01/14/2019 1,835 73 111 37000
Silverstrand Beach - San Nicolas Avenue Yes 01/14/2019 480 <10 <10 38000
Silverstrand Beach - Santa Paula Avenue Yes 01/14/2019 2,481 52 64 39000
Silverstrand Beach - Sawtelle Avenue Yes 01/14/2019 250 10 20 40000
Port Hueneme Beach Park - North of Pier No 01/14/2019 2,359 108 207 41000
Ormond Beach - J Street Drain No 01/14/2019 >24,196 4,352 >2,005 42000
Ormond Beach - Industrial Drain NS  * * * * 43000
Ormond Beach - Arnold Road NS  * * * * 44000
Point Mugu Beach - Out from Parking Lot NS         45000
Thornhill Broome Beach - South of Campground NS         46000
Sycamore Cove - South of Creek NS         47000
County Line Beach - Sandy Beach NS         49500

 

State of California Ocean Water Quality Bacterial Standards:

The minimum protective bacteriological standards for water adjacent to public beaches and public water-contact sports areas shall be as follows:

Based on a single sample, the density of bacteria in water from each sampling station at a public beach or public water contact sports area shall not exceed:

  • Total coliform bacteria: 10,000 per 100 milliliters; or
  • Fecal coliform bacteria: 400 per 100 milliliters; or
  • Enterococcus bacteria: 104 per 100 milliliters; or
  • Total coliform bacteria: 1,000 per 100 milliliters, if the ratio of fecal/total coliform bacteria exceeds 0.1.

Based on the mean of the logarithms (geometric mean) of the result of at least five weekly samples during any 30-day sampling period, the density of bacteria in water from any sampling station at a public beach or public water contact sports area, shall not exceed:

  • Total coliform bacteria: 1,000 per 100 milliliters; or
  • Fecal coliform bacteria: 200 per 100 milliliters; or
  • Enterococcus bacteria: 35 per 100 milliliters.