RECREATION PARKING PASS POLICY
The Parks & Recreation Commission issues Recreation Parking Passes to residents and property owners of Old Saybrook for parking privileges at town facilities under the jurisdiction of the Commission. Listed are regulations relative to the issuance of these passes.
Recreation Parking Passes may be obtained in person at the Parks & Recreation Office (entrance on Sheffield St.) backside of the Town Hall. Provide current driver’s license. If driver’s license does not include Old Saybrook address, a suitable proof of residency such as tax bills or utility bills must be presented. Office will then check address and name against current Old Saybrook Grand List.
Note: Registered motorbikes & Golf Carts require a Rec. Parking Pass.
BUY YOUR PASSES EARLY ONLINE
Passes may also be obtained online at https://oldsaybrookbeach.cityhallsystems.com/index.php When ordering passes online, please be aware it may take up to two(2) weeks for pass to arrive. You cannot cancel order and pick up pass at OSPR.
Passes MUST BE affixed to driver’s side of windshield using pass adhesive.
PERMANENT RESIDENT PASSES
A maximum of two (2) Recreation Passes may be issued to each household. A fee of $20.00 will be charged for the first pass and $30.00 for the second pass. Veterans and Seniors (62 years+) pay $10.00 for the first and $20.00 for the second pass. A $50.00 fee applies for lost or Stolen Passes. Recreation Parking Passes are valid for one (1) summer season at Town Beach and Harvey’s Beach. Passes are not transferable to any other vehicles! Passes MUST BE affixed to driver's side of windshield using pass adhesive.
Permanent Renter = Rents year round
Seasonal Renter = Person who rents a dwelling for 5 or more weeks
Part Time Renter = Person who rents for 1 to 4 weeks
Permanent Renters may apply for (1) Recreation Parking pass. Must have proper proof of residency I.E. proper driver’s license, any bills proving residency (tax, utility etc.)
Seasonal Renters (5 or more weeks) may NOT apply for a recreational parking pass
Part-Time Renter pass will be valid for a two (2) week period. A fee of
$20.00 for the two (2) weeks will be charged. Two (2) two weeks period maximum: Pass honored at Harvey’s Beach only! The renter’s car registration is required along with rental verification (lease, agreement, etc.) to be granted pass.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY OWNER PASS
Business owners who own the commercial property in Old Saybrook where the business is located may apply for one (1) Recreation Parking Pass. Pass is honored at Town Beach and Harvey’s Beach. MUST PROVIDE VERIFICATION OF BUSINESS OWNERSHIP.
Owners of a dockominium in Old Saybrook may apply for one (1) Recreation Parking Pass. Pass is honored at Town Beach and Harvey’s Beach. MUST PROVIDE PROPER VERIFICATION OF OWNERSHIP.
Innkeeper may purchase Innkeeper’s Recreation Parking Passes upon presentation of their letterhead. A maximum of ten (10) passes will be issued. Additional passes will not be issued during the season. A FEE OF $15.00 WILL BE CHARGED FOR EACH PASS. PASSES GOOD ONLY AT HARVEY’S BEACH. (Room key must be shown with pass)
*Establishments with less than 10 rooms may purchase passes for that number.
A seasonal visitor (friend-house sitting, etc. or family visitor) is NOT ELIGIBLE FOR A RESIDENT/PROPERTY OWNER PARKING PASS.
Harvey’s Beach Information
Open to Public including Non-Residents Daily
This is not a State Beach
$15.00 per car Monday – Thursday
$25.00 per car Friday – Sunday & Holidays
Motorcycle $12.00 per day
NON-RESIDENT SEASON PASS
$150.00 (Good for one car/registration, marker number required from car registration.)
APPLICATION PROCEDURES FOR NON-RESIDENT SEASON PASSES
Non-Resident Season Passes may be obtained in person at the Parks & Recreation Office (entrance on Sheffield St.) backside of the Town Hall. Season Passes not available for purchase at the beach. Provide current driver’s license and car registration for each vehicle.
Monday-Friday only with advanced reservation made through the Parks and Recreation Department.
$50.00 for bus parking. Limit one bus