Beach Lifeguard Station - Santa Monica LA

Beach Lifeguard Station - Santa Monica LA

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The Los Angeles County Lifeguards are a division of the County of Los Angeles Fire Department. The head of the Lifeguard Division is the Chief Lifeguard. Within the Fire Department chain of command, the Chief Lifeguard answers to the Deputy Chief, Central Regional Operations Bureau. (fire.lacounty.gov) Santa Monica has 3.5 miles (5.6 km) of well-maintained California beach locations and enjoys on average 340 days of sunshine a year plus a nearly constant gentle ocean breeze. Cycling, movie shoots, beach volleyball games, and the finest of people-watching all happen here, and it's no wonder. People love to gather at this California beach, partially because it is so pristine. Santa Monica Beach in particular is a natural asset that we take great care to preserve; the city of Santa Monica cleans and rakes the sand daily, and even offers a “trash valet” service on Fridays, weekends and holidays. Lifeguard stations are staffed during all daylight hours – though the lifeguard headquarters provides 24-hour assistance year-round. (santamonica.com) #America #Beach #Beach_Hunk #California #Californian #Estados_Unidos #lifeguards #lifesaving #Los_Angeles #Los_Angeles_County #Ocean_Front_Walk #Santa_Monica_Beach #Santa_Monica_LA #United_States #United_States_of_America #USA
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