Oyster Bay’s summer pool, beach and boat ramp fees will remain unchanged from last year, officials say.
The town’s four community pools (at Bethpage, Marjorie R. Post, Plainview-Old Bethpage and Syosset-Woodbury parks) will open June 25. Family memberships for residents in park districts are $175, and $210 for those outside. Senior citizens receive discounts.
At Oyster Bay’s seven beaches, resident parking stickers will cost $50 and go on sale May 14. Senior citizens, military veterans, volunteer firefighters and active-duty service members are among those eligible for $25 stickers. Daily admission prices vary for nonresidents.
Meanwhile, seasonal trailer stickers for three town launching ramps — John J. Burns Town Park in Massapequa, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park and Beach in Oyster Bay and Harry Tappen Beach in Glenwood Landing — remain $35 for residents. Daily cost, without a sticker, is $10.
Nonresidents can get a sticker for $150 at Burns park and $70 at Tappen beach. Ramps open May 28.