Beach season is almost here on the SouthCoast, so get ready to gear up with your annual Dartmouth beach sticker!

The Dartmouth Parks and Recreation Public Parks and Beaches Division announced that beach stickers will go on sale starting May 10. Residents will be able to purchase the stickers in Room 108 of Dartmouth Town Hall Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on June 28 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Although off-hours have not been announced for the 2021 season, the town of Dartmouth has offered some night and weekend hours for beach sticker sales in past years. Keep an eye on the Parks and Recreation website for updates or call 508-910-1812 for more information.

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Dartmouth residents, as well as property or business taxpayers in Dartmouth, can purchase the beach stickers and must provide proof of residency in the form of a valid license and vehicle registration. Residents looking to purchase a sticker for a leased vehicle must provide lease paperwork or a statement in addition to the registration.

Beach stickers cost $35 for residents, non-resident property owners and business property owners, and are $25 for senior residents and non-resident senior property owners 65 and over. Stickers are free of charge to disabled veterans with proof.

Residents and property owners who purchase stickers will have access to Apponagansett Park, Dartmouth Regional Parks and Trails, Jones Park and Round Hill Beach. Day passes for Jones Park and Apponagansett Park will also be available for $10 per day, with cash accepted at the gates.

Find more information about Dartmouth's beach stickers and day passes on the Town of Dartmouth's website.  

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