Don't put your beach umbrellas and boogie boards in storage just yet.
New York City has extended swimming season an extra week, through Sept. 13, at all public city beaches except Cedar Grove and Wolfe's Pond. (Don't worry, Staten Island; you've still got South and Midland beaches.)
In June, Mayor Bill de Blasio set aside $687,000 in the Parks Department budget to keep beaches open for seven more days this year, the first time in recent history beaches haven't closed for the season on Labor Day.
Public beaches in the city have seen an uptick in visitors since Memorial Day this year, with 1 million additional visitors over the 18 million who sunbathed on and swam off the shore in 2014.
Check the current status — open, under advisory, or closed — of the city's 25 private and public beaches here.