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Beaches & Beach Tag Information

Beach Tag Information

Beach tags are required for all beaches from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day.
Tags are required for everyone 12 years and older and they can be purchased on the beach.

Daily - $5
Weekly (Sat.-Sat.) - $10
Season - $20 (if purchased by May 15th) After May 15th - $25

Purchase pre-season tags by mail (or in person):
City Hall, 233 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Sea Isle City, NJ 08243
Hours: 9am-4pm, Monday-Friday
Attn: Beach Tag Director

*** 2017 Beach Tag Form ***

Tags may also be purchased at the Beach Tag Office:
300 JFK Blvd. • Phone: (609) 263-8687 ext 106

Wednesdays are FREE, except on July 4th.

Fees shall not be charged to or collected from any person under the age of twelve.
Beach fees are non-refundable.

Beach Tags for Active Military and Veterans
Beach tags may be provided at a 100% discount to qualifying Active Military personnel and Veterans of the following branches of service: United States Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps, as well as members of the United States Coast Guard and the New Jersey National Guard.

Active Military
· Military personnel, spouse/civil union partner and dependent children age 12 years and older
· Qualifying Active Military personnel must be present at the time of request
· DD1173 (Identification and Privilege Card) must be presented

· Any individual who has served and was released through Honorable Discharge with at least 90 days active duty or released from active duty by reason of a service incurred injury or disability
· Qualifying Veteran must be present at the time of request
· DD214 (Discharge Papers) must be presented
Active Military and Veteran beach tags are not transferable.

Beach Information

Click here to view Sea Isle City Resolution # 25 which establishes the 2016 dates when lifeguards will and will not be in attendance at the below bathing beaches.

Street Locations of Bathing Beaches: 24, 28, 32, 34, 38, 40, 43, 45, 49, 51, 54, 59, 61, 64.5, 68, 71.5, 75, 77, 81, 84, 86.5, 89, 92

Street Locations of Rafting Beaches: 24, 28, 34, 40, 45, 51, 59, 61, 64.5, 68, 75, 81, 86.5, 92

Street Locations of Handicapped Beach Entrances: 32, 40, JFK (two), 44, 63, 85

Street Locations of Surfing Beaches: 26, 37, 42, 48, 53, 63, 74, 82

Street Locations of Kayaking Beaches: 30, 35, 56, 79

Street Locations of Volleyball Beaches: 25, 30, 35, 53, 57, 67, 72, 88

Street Locations of Beachfront Public Restrooms: 32, 40, 44, 85

Sailboat Launching Beaches: Between 20th and 22nd Streets

Kite Board Launching Beaches: Between 14th and 16th Streets

Dogs are not permitted on the beaches, beach approaches, or Promenade between May 1 and September 30.  When dogs are permitted on the beaches they must be licensed, leashed (not longer than six feet), and feces must be removed.

Sea Isle City beaches situated north of 14th Street and south of 93rd Street.  Any beach area adjacent to rock jetties not designated as a surfing or kayaking beach. Beaches not designated as a sailboat launching, kite boarding, bathing, or rafting beach.

Kayaking Regulations

Beach Information

For questions or concerns, contact:
City Hall, 233 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Sea Isle City, NJ  08243
Hours: 9am-4pm, Monday-Friday

Beach Patrol Headquarters: 44th Street & the Beach

Beach Patrol Captain
Renny Steele
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 609-263-3655

Lifeguard Duty Hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The Sea Isle City Beach Patrol is concerned about everyone's safety and to ensure an enjoyable time on the sand here are a few beach safety reminders:

Listen to Guards:  Always pay attention when a lifeguard whistle is blown, and swim directly in front of the lifeguard stand.  Guards are aware of ocean hazards such as rip currents, inshore holes, and lateral currents.  This awareness enables guards to keep bathers away from these hazards and safe.

Stay Off Jetties:  Do not play around or climb on rock jetties or groins.  Fish hooks and broken glass often collect around groins and jetties.

Sun Protection:  Periodically apply sun block whenever on the beach.

Seagulls:  Do not feed the seagulls; occasionally they bite.

Lightning:  Follow the 30 / 30 rule during an electric storm.  Leave the beach and seek safe shelter when less than 30 seconds occurs between the sighting of lighting and the hearing of thunder (flash to bang count).  Do not return to the beach until 30 minutes has passed after your last flash to bang count.  If you are caught in an electrical storm and cannot find safe shelter, avoid being the highest object in the surrounding area.

Digging in the Sand:  Never dig parallel to the sand’s surface (a tunnel).  Eventually the tunnel will collapse and suffocate anyone inside the tunnel.  The sides of a hole dug in sand can also collapse.  Dig holes only to a waist deep depth.  If more than one person is in the hole, the depth should be waist deep of the shortest person in the hole.

Child Safety:  When you arrive at the beach, walk small children to the lifeguard stand and instruct them to go to the stand whenever they are lost.  Special needs children should be introduced to the lifeguards.

Umbrellas & Wind:  Make sure beach umbrellas are anchored securely in the sand.  Do not use an umbrella when high winds could possibly carry the umbrella down the beach and injure beach goers.

Walk in the Sand:  Protect feet with foot wear when the sand is extremely hot; especially young children whose feet are tender and not callused.  Small children’s feet can actually be burnt to the point of blistering.

Hydrate:  Remain properly hydrated whenever on the beach.  This safety tip is of heightened importance if you consumed alcohol or coffee within the last twelve hours.

To learn more about the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol, visit