Beach Season Passes On Sale Saturday (5/6)


City of Long Beach Season Beach Passes go on sale Saturday, May 6th, 2017. Passes will be available for pre-season purchase at the Beach Park Office located at the Gazebo on the Recreation Campus at Magnolia Boulevard and the bay Monday through Friday from 9am to 6pm and Saturday and Sunday from 9am – 4pm.

The Beach Park Office (trailer)  located on West Broadway and Laurelton Boulevard will open on May 27th weekends only from 9am to 4pm and 7 days a week beginning June 24th from 9am to 4pm.

Residents please bring Proof of Residency – driver’s license (with LB address), picture id and check (with LB address), picture id and current bill/lease (with LB address).  Checks are  payable to: The City of Long Beach; Visa & Mastercard Accepted. Children’s Birth Certificates Required for youth passes. Seniors 62+ Must Provide Proof Of Age.

Resident Season Passes:

Resident Individual – $50.00 (18-61 years old)

Resident Family – $70.00 (2 Adult passes and children ages 13-17)

Resident Senior – $15.00 (62+ years old)

Resident Child – $25.00 (13-17 years of age)

Resident Economy – $100 (good for 10 times or 10 people)

Non-Resident Season Passes:

Non Resident Individual – $100.00 (18-61 years old)

Non Resident Family – $140.00 (2 Adult passes and any children ages 13-17)

Non Resident Senior – $30.00 (62+ years old)

Non Resident Child – $50.00 (13-17 years of age)

Non-Resident Economy – $120 (good for 10 times or 10 people)

Specialty Season Passes:

Access Pass – $15.00 (Proof of disability is required)

Veteran Pass – $15.00 (Proof of service is required)


Please click here for more information, including frequently asked questions (FAQ).

Surfcasting Season is Upon Us


For the surfcasters in the audience, striped bass season began last weekend on April 15th and flounder season began on April 1st. OnTheWater reports that “Things are beginning to stir in the waters across Long Island this week. Migrating stripers are starting to be noticed as they become more numerous and slightly bigger in some places, and the fresh water bite has turned on with the last few days of sunshine and warm air. Even the always elusive flounder has been temporarily located and locked in for the anglers that were willing to give it a try.” For more on New York State Saltwater Fishing Regulations click here.

City Officials Request to Speed Up Shoreline Protection Project

The federally funded shoreline protection project is adding/reconstructing dunes, jetties, and groins across 7 miles of the south shore of Long Island. Long Beach is scheduled for stone placement in March and work beginning in June, which could interfere with peak summer season and potentially close down beaches. City and state officials sent a letter requesting that Army Corps crews confine work to spring or fall. The project is set to be completed by September 2018. For more information from Newsday, click here.

Recap: Super Bowl Splash 2017

Over 7,000 people showed up yesterday for the Super Bowl Splash hosted by the Long Beach Polar Bears Club. The 42 degree water was actually warmer than the air, but cold weather wasn’t going to stop us! The event raises money for Make-A-Wish Metro New York and Western New York and has nearly hit its goal of $300k. If you didn’t have a chance to donate yesterday, it’s not too late! Click here to contribute. Below are some pictures from the event.