Beach Stickers can be used for both.
Residents stickers are not and can not be used at Beaches.
Hope this helps.
The following parking areas require either a resident beach sticker or
a resident parking sticker with a nominal fee associated with the
purchase of a resident parking sticker: good for a period of five
years beginning in 2012 and every five years thereafter.
Beach Court, for its entire length.
Commercial Street, #17—#21, westerly side, in a southerly direction to
its intersection with Beach Court.
Day Avenue, both sides beginning at its intersection with High Street
for its entire length in a southerly direction.
Eastern Point Boulevard, Niles Beach area, westerly side, (Niles Beach
Area) from its boundary with Eastern Point Road in a southerly
direction to its intersection with Farrington Avenue, from 6:00 a.m.
to 6:00 p.m. daily.
Farrington Avenue, southerly side from its intersection with Eastern
Point Boulevard to its intersection with St. Louis Avenue from May 1
to September 15 during the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Fort Square, for its entire length (from #2 to #59).
So, a beach sticker is as good as a resident sticker.
Have a safe and fun Summer.
Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken