Beach Ramp Closure Extended for All Volusia County Beaches Until Thursday, March 26.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
In a release sent out Monday morning, County Officials have decided to keep all vehicular beach access ramps closed through the end of day Thursday, March 26.
Officials evaluated the beach situation over the weekend and decided to continue the measure of crowd control and social distancing. While the beach access ramps are closed, off-beach parking lots remain open.
This allows Volusia County Beach Safety staff to enforce CDC guidelines that are in place. Beachgoers are reminded to follow the enhanced guidelines set forth by Governor DeSantis. These guidelines are as follows: Limit groups to 10 people or less and maintain a 6-foot distance from other groups.
Personal responsibility is key at this time, and the well-being of the community is dependent on Volusia County residents and visitors.
Plans are evaluated daily as the situation is constantly changing. Any changes will be made accordingly.
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