As of this morning (the situation is fluid and changes at a moment’s notice), Good Harbor Beach will open to RESIDENTS ONLY on Friday, May 22nd. Typically, the parking lot holds approximately 1,000 cars. Due to Covid-19, that will be restricted to 500 resident’s vehicles.
The Beach Pit, GHB’s snack bar, will reopen Friday, if deliveries come through.
Planned are four portable bathrooms, two on either side of The Beach Pit. The public bathrooms installed at the snack bar will remain closed until a willing cleaning crew can be hired.
Beach Stickers: There is a dedicated beach sticker telephone line at City Hall. Direct all sticker inquiries to 978-281-9708, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Expired Beach Stickers will be allowed or current registration for two weeks only.
The red lifeguard chairs that serve as lifeguard station are in place. Lifeguards will be on duty beginning Friday.
Although the parking lot will only be open for residents, the Good Harbor Beach area for residents has been sectioned off and the white lines freshly painted.
Song Sparrow songster at GHB this morningMama and Papa Plover this morning – still no signs protecting the Piping Plovers. Once again, there is a simple solution. Greenbelt is able and ready to install signs. Why won’t the City work with Greenbelt?
Plover signs must be in place before tomorrow! Also people who are not residents will be parking all along bass Rick’s, like they do every warm day, not caring and using the foot bridge. I think it will be a zoo, especially at Niles, which is so small!!!!