Santa Cruz will invest more than four million euros in hiring the lifeguard service on the beaches of the capital. Yesterday, the Governing Board of the Capital City Council approved the administrative contracting file for the Rescue and Surveillance service, Initial health care on the beaches, Access to the sea for people with disabilities or reduced mobility, and Beaconing on the beaches of the municipality of Santa Cruz. The tender is carried out through an open procedure and ordinary processing.
According to the municipal agreement, the duration of this contract will be three years and will cost 4.2 million, at a rate of 1.2 million euros per year.
The scope in which the services are to be provided includes the areas established in the Safety and Rescue Plans of the bathing areas that correspond to Las Teresitas beach (Bocana Norte-Paseo de Las Teresitas area to Bocana Sur- Pier of the Fishermen’s Guild); in front of San Andrés; Las Gaviotas beach, Playa Chica and Añaza pier, and on the beaches of El Roque de las Bodegas, Almáciga and Benijo.