May 13, 2020
Isle City is opening its beaches to regular access effective Saturday
morning, May 16. Beachgoers are expected to follow social distancing
guidelines - staying 6-feet apart as much as possible. It’s critically
important that everyone respects these guidelines so that all can enjoy
Sea Isle’s greatest natural asset.
As a reminder, the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol does not go on duty this year until Saturday, May 23.
much of our region and country works to re-open, we still have far to
go. It has become clear that outdoor activity, done with respect for
each other’s space, is beneficial not only to our residents’ physical
health, but also their mental health.
is one part of the gradual reopening of our City. In the coming days, I
expect to have more news as we work with our county and state
also want you to know that tomorrow, Thursday, May 14, I will be
joining Governor Murphy at his afternoon press conference for additional
announcements regarding shore communities. As always, we will keep you
informed as soon as we have new updates.
stay safe, stay well, remain optimistic; and remember – we are all one
Sea Isle City and together we will be stronger than ever.
For additional information about Sea Isle City’s beaches and other updates, go to www.seaislecitynj.us .
Mayor Leonard Desiderio