, Swim Guide Editor
Posted: May 10, 2013 at 12:08 am


How do you like our new facelift? We made big changes to the Swim Guide website. Now you can do everything online that Waterkeeper Swim Guide app users have been doing for months!

Here are a few of the big changes:

  • Zoom out on the map to view all of the beaches in Swim Guide at the same time
  • Browse the most popular beaches in your area in the Featured Beaches section
  • Focus on the beaches updated by just your local Waterkeeper or Swim Guide affiliate
  • Report your pollution concerns
  • Learn more about the water quality monitoring practices and rules that apply to each individual beach
  • Browse photos of every beach courtesy of Panoramio
If you like the new Waterkeeper Swim Guide website, please Like, Tweet, and Share with your friends!

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