The beach at Firemen’s Clayhole has been closed based on the level of E. Coli found.
The closure is a “precautionary” measure after water tests were performed, according to the city of Chaska’s website.
“While the beach is closed, the water levels will be retested. The results will determine when the Clayhole swim beach reopens,” the website states. “Lifeguards will remain on duty from noon to 7 p.m. during the beach closure.”