DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The City of Delray Beach is reminding the public that while its beaches are “more” open than Boca Raton’s, there are still significant rules and regulations in place.
As we head into the Memorial Day Weekend, City officials remind everyone that:
- Beaches will be open 9am to 6pm.
- Lifeguards will be monitoring the beach.
- Parking is allowed along A1A. Parking meters on A1A will resume operation. Paying to park is required, and time limits will be enforced. Parking enforcement will resume.
- The Anchor Park parking lot will be limited to vehicles whose drivers are Delray Beach residents. All drivers attempting to park at Anchor Park must present driver licenses with Delray Beach addresses. Parking is free. Posting time limits will be enforced.
- At Atlantic Dunes Park, half of the parking lot will be available for parking but will be open to all. Parking is free. Posted time limits will be enforced.
- The Delray Beach Pavilion will remain closed.
- All beach restrooms will remain closed.
The City Of Boca Raton continues to keep its “Beach Parks” closed. That means no lifeguards, no bathrooms and no parking in parking lots. There is no official announcement as to when the City of Boca Raton will reopen its “beach parks,” but it is not expected to be sooner than Broward County’s reopening of beaches which may take place next week (after the Memorial Day holiday).
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