Pool Registration Begins May 26

TOBAY Notebook:: Oyster Bay's public pool set to open June 23 through Labor Day.

Registration for the 's community pools begins on Saturday May 26. 

Marjorie R. Post (Massapequa), , …as well as Tappen Pool, will begin on Saturday, May 26.

The 2012 pool season begins about a month later, on Saturday, June 23. Residents can register early for membership at one of the complexes: Marjorie R. Post (Massapequa), Plainview-Old Bethpage, Syosset-Woodbury and Tappen Pool, will begin on Saturday, May 26. The price of pool memberships has been held at the 2010 level.

The season continues through the summer until Sept. 3, Labor Day.

Memorial Day Weekend Garbage Collection

Town sanitation and S.O.R.T. recycling collection schedules will be modified for the Monday, May 28, Memorial Day holiday.

There is no sanitation or recycling collection on Memorial Day. Residents who normally receive sanitation or S.O.R.T. collection on Monday will have pickup on Tuesday, May 29, while Tuesday customers will receive collection on Wednesday, May 30.

All town offices will be closed on May 28 in observance of Memorial Day, but all park facilities will be open.

"Green" vehicles entitled to free beach parking

Oyster Bay residents who drive hybrid or alternative fule vehicles are eligible for no cost “green” public parking and beach permits, according to Oyster Bay Town Clerk Steve Labriola. 

Residents are required to provide documentation, including proof of residency, vehicle registration and vehicle bill of sale. With proper documentation, residents will be able to obtain a special public parking sticker and/or a beach permit.

The “green” public parking sticker is valid for two years. The “green” beach permit entitles a resident to get a “green” seasonal beach sticker, which can be obtained at any of the town’s beaches.

To obtain an application for a “green” public parking permit or beach permit, and for further information, contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 624-6324.


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