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May is National Water Safety Month

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In an effort to continue the importance of drowning prevention education during the pandemic, the City of Mission Viejo is highlighting May’s designation as National Water Safety Month.

Despite facility closures, City staff members are focused on keeping residents safe through online trainings and virtual meetings with the American Red Cross and other aquatics safety professionals from around the country to provide critical lifesaving information to the community. Drowning is a preventable tragedy that can happen in as little as two inches of water.

National Water Safety Month will be highlighted through educational information aimed at children, families and the community.

Each week in May, visit the City’s Recreation Department webpage for tips and information to keep you and your family members safe in and around the water.

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