At the beach parks, the lifeguard stands display various flags and signs to convey dangerous or threatening areas and give current information about the water environment. The displayed signs also offer information regarding currents and tides. Read it before getting in the ocean.
Red Over Yellow Flag
Designated lifeguarded swimming area between flags.
Use caution. Rough water or possible dangerous sea life. The ocean is
never 100% safe, so always treat it with respect, watch your children,
and swim with a buddy.
Yellow Flag with Black Circle
Surfboards and other non-powered watercraft are prohibited.
No swimming. The water is closed due to dangerous currents, severe storms or lighting. Possible dangerous sea life.
Sea Pests. There are a higher than normal number of possibly dangerous
marine animals in the water, including jellyfish, stingray, man-of-war.
This is not intended to be used to notify the presence of sharks.