No More Swimming In Parts of Sylvan Beach
There's no more swimming in parts of Sylvan Beach. Village officials have banned swimming along the shoreline.
Signs will be posted banning swimming on the village owned beach, according to Syracuse.com. You can still enjoy the sand, sun and relax, you just can't go in the water.
The No Swimming area is behind DiCastro's and stretches 125 feet along the shoreline. The rest of beach along Sylvan Beach is open to swimming at your own risk.
Lifeguards were eliminated from the beach this Summer due to financial constraints and state codes. In April, it was announced 'swim at your own risk' signs would be posted along the beach. Those signs will now be replaced with 'no swimming' along the 125 feet of village owned beach.