A beach is considered accessible if it has an accessible path of travel (beach walk) to the shoreline.
• Swim only when lifeguards are on duty.
• Follow lifeguards’ instructions.
• Only Coast Guard approved personal flotation devices (PFDs) are permitted. Person-children wearing PFDs should have adult present.
• No smoking.
• No alcohol.
• No dogs on the beach.
• Do not feed birds or wildlife.
• Dispose of trash and recycling in appropriate containers.
• Grill in designated areas only and dispose of coals in red barrels.
• Keep accessible beach walks clear. No bicycling, skateboarding or rollerblading is permitted in these areas.
All visitors to our beaches want to enjoy an experience free from garbage, waste and other environmental nuisances. Keeping our beaches clean also helps to prevent water quality swim advisories.
Here are the things you can do to keep our beaches clean:
- Place all garbage and recycling in their appropriate containers.
Garbage — especially leftover food — attracts birds and other wildlife to the beaches, resulting in water contamination.
- Put small children in waterproof diapers and change diapers frequently.
- Grill only in designated areas, and place your charcoal waste in the marked red metal containers.
- Keep dogs in designated areas. Pick up after your pets and place pet waste in trash cans.
- Please do not swim if you’re not feeling well.
- Be sure to also check out our volunteer page for ways you can join the beaches volunteer team and our beach rules for what’s not allowed at the beach.