Beaches to close to vehicular access for more than two weeks – South Jetty


Dan Parker |
July 15, 2020

Beachgoers will be permitted to walk to the beach, just as they could when the beaches were closed to car gain access to throughout the July 4 vacation weekend, Bujan said.

Nueces County Judge Barbara Canales released the order today, and it will be imposed by the City of Port Aransas, according to Bujan.

A beach curfew likewise will enter into effect, county-wide, beginning tomorrow. The curfew will be for all activities from 8:30 p.m. until 6 a.m. each day until Aug. 1.

Starting tomorrow, Thursday, July 16, Port Aransas beaches will be closed to car gain access to till Aug. 1– a duration stretching for more than two weeks, according to city and county authorities.

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The vehicle restriction is set to go into result at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow, according to Port Aransas Mayor Charles Bujan.

The step is being taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Nueces County recently has actually seen big spikes in the reported varieties of individuals with the infection.