Kure Beach To Reopen Beach Accesses April 27th, 2020

Kure Beach To Reopen Beach Accesses April 27th, 2020

Kure Beach To Reopen Beach Accesses April 27th, 2020 Featured

By / Local News / Friday, 24 April 2020 23:37

KURE BEACH - On Monday, April 27, 2020 at noon, all access points and beaches will be opened for individual, non-stationary exercise activities to include only walking, jogging, biking, swimming, and surfing/water sports. The beach strand was previously closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Individuals participating in such exercise activities must follow strict social distancing measures.

No group shall have more than 10 people (In accordance with Governor Cooper’s guidance on social distancing)

Lifeguards will not be on duty.

Sunbathing, sitting, fishing, games, and all other activities will not be permitted on the beaches at this time.

All beach equipment such as towels, blankets, chairs, tents, coolers, and umbrellas will not be allowed on the beaches at this time.

Public restroom facilities will remain closed.

All public, on-street parking spaces, and all Town owned parking lots are now closed to the public for any use except where allowed as part of this State of Emergency Declaration. This includes all on-street parking spaces that are not obstructed by cones or barricades. Towing will be strictly enforced.

Town of Kure Beach residents with a current re-entry decal will be permitted to utilize public on-street parking and open Town parking areas, but must follow timed parking restrictions in designated areas.

There will be limited public parking available for business use. This parking will be located adjacent to those essential businesses only that are open for business. This parking must strictly be used to access those essential businesses only and not to access the beaches. Parking enforcement will be active in these locations.
Handicap parking will be available at the Kure Beach pier for placard handicap parking.

Private parking lots may only be used in conjunction with parking for access to essential businesses that are open for business. In no event shall a private parking lot be used to park to access the beach.

VIOLATORS OF THESE RESTRICTIONS ARE SUBJECT TO BEING CHARGED WITH A CLASS 2 MISDEMEANOR, A $500 CIVIL FINE FOR EACH VIOLATION, AND THE TOWING OF NON-COMPLIANT VEHICLES.

VIOLATION OF THESE RESTRICTIONS MAY LEAD TO THE RE-CLOSING OF THE BEACH.

ALL TOWN BEACH ORDINANCES REMAIN IN EFFECT. (NO DOGS, GLASS, ALCOHOL, ETC.)

For more info, visit www.townofkurebeach.org

 

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