The difference between beach and resident stickers and where residents stickers are needed.

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.
Thank you
Have a safe and fun Summer.

Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken

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