Swimming advisory posted for Port Sydney Beach
Port Sydney Beach is shown in an image from July 2015, sourced from Google Maps.
PORT SYDNEY, ON- Swimming isn’t being recommended at the beach in Port Sydney.
According to a notice from the Town of Huntsville, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit has notified the town government about an advisory at the beach after samples were collected on Tuesday.
The beach will be posted with warning signs that state the most recent water samples showed bacteria in numbers that may increase your risk of developing minor skin, eye, ear, nose or throat infections or stomach illness.
If you choose to swim during a swimming advisory, avoid dunking your head or swallowing the water.
The town will be posting the signage, and notifying residents when the advisory is lifted.
Town of Huntsville swimming lessons programmed for Port Sydney beach have been moved to the Centennial Pool at Canada Summit Centre at regularly scheduled times until the advisory is lifted, according to the town.
Anyone looking for more information regarding swimming lesson relocation can speak with Cameron Labonte through the Canada Summit Centre Customer Service team at 705-789-6421.