From: Larry Newsom, City Manager
Subject: Additional Beach Access/Dune Crossover Re-Openings
Effective Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 9:00 a.m., the following beach access point/dune crossover locations are open for public usage:
|North of SR100||South of SR100|
|North 21st Street||South ADA Access|
|North 17th Street||South 2nd Street – outdoor shower works|
|North 16th Street||South 3rd Street – outdoor shower works|
|North 15th Street||South 4th Street|
|North 14th Street||South 5th Street|
|North 12th Street||South 6th Street|
|North 9th Street||South 7th Street|
|North 8th Street||South 8th Street|
|North 7h Street||South 9th Street|
|North 6th Street||South 10th Street|
|North 4th Street||South 11th Street|
|North 3rd Street||South 20th Street|
|North 2nd Street||South 21st Street|
|South 22nd Street|
|South 28th Street|
|South Central Avenue (Near the Water Tower)|
|South City Limits|
While the City continues its ongoing efforts to repair access point/dunes crossovers, please remember the following:
- Please utilize dune crossovers only. Do not walk on or across the dunes to prevent further erosion of the dune system. City Ordinance 6-9 prohibits the destruction, harm, molestation, cutting, harvesting, removal or eradication or cause of destruction of any plant life on the Dune areas within the City, east of Highway A1A.
- To access the beach, please use dune crossovers but use “Caution” due to “Temporary Repairs”.
As a reminder, Lifeguards are not scheduled for duty. Swimming and surfing is allowed. By City Ordinance, surfers are not allowed within 150 feet of either side of the Pier.
The Pier will remain closed until further notice. Sections of the Pier will re-opened when it is determined to be structurally safe.
The Pier Bait & Gift Shop is open from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. each day. The public bathrooms at the Pier are also open for usage.
Trash cans are in place; please remember to use them. Leave footprints in the sand, not your trash.
SRA1A/Oceanshore Boulevard from South 9th Street to South 19th Street is temporarily open and the posted speed limit in this area is 25 MPH. This area is still considered an active construction zone and Law Enforcement Officer will be enforcing the posted speed limit.
We’d like to sincerely thank our residents and visitors for their patience as we continue our efforts to repair and re-open beach access point/dune crossover locations within our City. When additional beach access point/dune crossovers are re-opened, a Public Service Announcement will be issued.