Resident Beach / Pond and Long Beach 4x4 stickers are valid for the calendar year and expire on December 31 of each year.
If a sticker is removed, a replacement sticker is available for a fee. The eligible person must bring the sticker to the Collector’s Office in Town Hall, or a piece of the sticker large enough to identify the vehicle, to be eligible for replacement. Full price is charged if the sticker is not returned.
In-person sticker sales will begin in mid-May, hours are to be determined.
Mail-In applications will be accepted. Please note that mail-in applications may take longer to process.
The Plymouth Recreation Department is responsible for operating five waterfront areas including two ocean beaches and three ponds; Plymouth Beach, White Horse Beach, Fresh Pond, Morton Park, and Hedges Pond. The Department of Marine and Environmental Affairs is responsible for operating Long Beach and the 4x4 Crossover.
Beach & Pond Bylaws and Regulations
No alcohol on any beaches or ponds.
No glass containers.
No loud music.
Dogs must be on a 6-foot leash (or less) and under control at all times.
No open fires.
No boats within 150 feet of a swimmer.
No jet skis on Morton, Fresh, or Hedges Pond.
No fishing in designated swimming areas during hours of operation.
All personal flotation devices must meet Coast Guard approval.
Lifeguards have the final say in rule enforcement.
Drones and kites are not allowed on beaches from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
No charcoal grills are allowed at any beach or pond.
Shark Alert Information
Red Flag: confirmed sighting, beaches closed to swimming
Yellow Flag: unconfirmed sighting, swim with caution