Los Angeles County announced the first phase of planned beach re-openings with beaches in the County opening for active recreation only starting Wednesday, May 13, with public health protocols in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Malibu Pier and all beach parking lots in Malibu remain closed, and no-parking zones are enforced on some areas of PCH in Malibu.
Although the City does not control access to the state and county beaches in Malibu, the City wants to reassure the Malibu community that it is working with its partner agencies on messaging to the public about the importance of following all LA County Department of Public Health (LADPH) guidelines of physical distancing
and other safety rules that the agencies have in place.
The City Manager has requested additional patrols of the Malibu area by the Sheriff’s Department. The City urges all out-of-area visitors to be mindful and respectful of the local community, and follow all LADPH protocols if they are out enjoying the beaches in the Malibu area.
Residents may report violations of public health and safety orders to the LADPH at 888-700-9995, Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
- Individual or family ocean activities (such as surfing, swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding, body surfing)
- Using chairs, canopies and coolers,
- Any group sports such as volleyball.
Beachgoers must practice physical distancing of 6 ft. between all people at all times. Wearing cloth face coverings is required when out of the water and nearby other people, except for children under 2 years old or people with respiratory ailments. Stay home if you are sick. Beach parking lots, bike paths, piers and boardwalks throughout the county remain closed.
For a complete listing of beach rules and openings and closures, visit the County Beaches web page at https://beaches.lacounty.gov/la-county-beach-rules/