Boats will once again be allowed to park on the beaches throughout Bridgewater Channel starting today as Lake Havasu City slowly works toward lifting restrictions that were put in place during the shutdown.
Lake Havasu City originally banned mooring in the channel at the end of March to comply with Gov. Doug Ducey’s Stay Home, State Safe, Stay Connected order. Since that order expired, the city has been slowly reopening its amenities. City Manager Jess Knudson said the mooring restrictions will be rescinded, and signs that have dotted the beaches will be removed by early afternoon today.
“True to our word, we have been talking about trying to slowly open certain amenities and little by little those things have occurred,” Knudson said. “Obviously the results of the blitz testing that came back (Tuesday) were very, very positive. So all those factors helped us determine that.”