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Pollution- and bacteria-related shellfish harvesting closures.

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Date Updated Location Status Problem Shellfish Affected
Ongoing During and after periods of heavy rainfall, shellfish harvesters are advised to avoid shellfish harvesting due to pollution from urban pollution runoff. Warning Non-point Pollution All Shellfish
Ongoing Kinman Creek is closed 50 feet on either side of the mouth. Closure Non-point Pollution All Shellfish
Ongoing Lofall Creek is closed 300 feet on either side of the Lofall ferry dock. Closure Non-point Pollution All Shellfish
Ongoing Eagle Harbor, Port Gamble, Annapolis Kingston, Skiff Point Suquamish, Wing Point Brownsville, Bremerton Lynnwood Center, Fort Ward State Park Manchester, Blake Island. Closure Sewer outfall All Shellfish

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