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Beach Parking Stickers Available

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Town Board today announced that seasonal beach parking sticker sales and the free distribution of stickers to senior citizens and the disabled has begun. The Oyster Bay Town Board has restricted beach access to residents only and enhanced safety measures by installing signage and pedestrian barriers. A major sand replenishment project will be complete by Memorial Day weekend.

Supervisor Saladino stated, “Break out the beach towels and sunscreen because summer is just around the corner, and so are our beach sticker sales! The Town of Oyster Bay is a true staycation destination offering some of the best beaches in the world. By purchasing a beach sticker in advance, you can avoid the inevitable lines that often accompany the start of the beach season and spend more time with your feet in the sand instead.”

Beach parking stickers will be on sale beginning Saturday, May 11, from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. daily at John J. Burns Town Park in Massapequa, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in Oyster Bay and at TOBAY Beach. Beginning Saturday, May 25, beach parking stickers will be available for purchase on weekends only from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Centre Island Beach in Bayville and Philip B. Healey Beach at Florence Avenue in Massapequa. On Saturday, June 22, beach parking stickers will be available for purchase daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Tappen Beach in Sea Cliff, and in Bayville at Charles E. Ransom and Stehli beaches.

To purchase a beach parking sticker for your vehicle, residents must present a valid NYS driver’s license with residency in the Town of Oyster Bay, their vehicle registration, and bring the vehicle they plan to drive to the beach. Parking stickers are placed on the vehicle at the time of purchase. Only residents may purchase beach parking stickers for Town of Oyster Bay beaches. Beach parking stickers are $60, which pay for themselves following three visits.

Free passes for senior citizens: Town of Oyster Bay residents over the age of 60 can obtain a free parking sticker by presenting their driver’s license with town residency and their vehicle registration. After receiving the sticker, senior residents must be present in the vehicle for entry on each visit. If visiting the beach in another vehicle, seniors can show their driver’s license and get a free day pass.
Free passes for disabled/Social Security recipients: Residents who are disabled or receive Social Security can acquire a free beach parking pass by showing their Town of Oyster Bay Disability ID card (which can be obtained at the Town Clerk’s Office for a one-time fee of $32) or Notice of Award Letter, alongside their driver’s license showing residency in the town and their vehicle registration. A parking sticker will then be adhered to the vehicle.

Discounts for volunteer firefighters, veterans & Clean Pass vehicle owners: Town of Oyster Bay volunteer firefighters, members of the Armed Forces, veterans and Clean Pass eligible vehicle owners qualify for beach parking passes at reduced rates.

Only cashless payments are accepted, including credit cards, Apple Pay and Google Pay. For more information, please call the Town of Oyster Bay Parks Department, Beaches Division, at 516-797-4111.

—Submitted by the Town of Oyster Bay

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