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OCEAN SAFETY BEACH SIGNS

SIGNS WITH PEOPLE

The Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division has developed beach signs to alert and warn beachgoers of hazardous conditions in posted areas. Some signs are permanent fixtures, while others are posted daily, based on beach and ocean conditions.
Although danger warnings and signs may not appear to be serious to some people - THEY ARE! If you are unsure about what the signs mean or have any other questions regarding the ocean conditions during your day at the beach, please ASK A LIFEGUARD!

CLICK ON THE SIGNS BELOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT EACH SIGN AND THE HAZARDS THEY REPRESENT

SLIPPERY ROCKS SIGN BOX JELLY FISH HIGH SURF SIGN MAN O WAR SIGN SUDDEN DROP SHARP CORAL        

DANGEROUS SHOREBREAK NO DIVING SIGN NO SWIM NO DIVING SIGN STRONG CURRNT SHARK SIGHTED

WAVES ON LEDGE

GO TO BEACH INFORMATION PAGE FOR MAPS AND INFO ABOUT OUR GUARDED BEACHES GO TO BEACH SIGNS PAGE TO LEARN ABOUT POSTED OCEAN SAFETY SIGNS AND THE DANGERS THEY REPRESENT GO TO BEACH SAFETY TIPS PAGE FOR MORE BEACH SAFETY INFORMATION
GO TO LIFEGUARD LOCATIONS TO VIEW WHAT BEACHES ARE GUARDED GO TO ORGANIZATION PAGE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE DIVISION AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES GO TO JR GUARD PAGE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE JUNIOR LIFEGUARD PROGRAM
GO TO CURRICULUM TO DOWNLOAD OCEAN SAFETY DEVELOPED CURRICULUMS TO BE TAUGHT IN THE CLASSROOMS GO TO OUR LINKS PAGE TO VIEW OUR FAVORITE LINKS GO TO CONTACT US FOR EMAIL, PHONE #'S AND MAILING INFORMATION
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Last Reviewed: Monday, January 14, 2013