Brevard County Seasonal Lifeguard Towers Close, 5 Year-Round Towers Maintain Operations 

By  //  November 6, 2018

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Swim near a lifeguard on-duty when possible

Brevard County Ocean Rescue has announced that the county’s seasonal lifeguard towers closed Sunday, October 28. The County’s five year-round towers will remain in operation until the Spring.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Ocean Rescue has announced that the county’s seasonal lifeguard towers closed Sunday, October 28.

The County’s five year-round towers will remain in operation until the Spring.

Brevard County Ocean Rescue is reminding bathers and beachgoers to call 911 in the event of any emergency occurring on Brevard County’s beaches when lifeguards are not present.

Additionally, Ocean Rescue asks visitors to our beaches to always keep the below water safety tips in mind:

• Never swim alone
• Swim near a lifeguard on- duty when possible
• Check in with the lifeguard before going into the water for ocean conditions and/or hazard
• Practice good judgment. Swim and surf within your abilities
• Listen to all lifeguard warnings and announcements

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