Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson today announced that daily parking fees to Charles E. Ransom Beach in Bayville for all vehicles without a seasonal beach sticker have been reduced to $10, effective immediately.
Supervisor Saladino stated, “Since my first day in office as Town Supervisor, my administration has prided itself on being responsive and attentive to the concerns of residents and business owners alike. After hearing concerns from residents and Bayville merchants about how current parking fees were effecting businesses along Bayville Avenue, the Town Board has taken the appropriate action and reduced daily parking fees. With these new consumer-friendly rates in place in time for Memorial Day weekend, I encourage visitors to take the trip this summer to Bayville and frequent these excellent waterfront establishments.”
Councilwoman Johnson added, “This quality of life concern was equally important to the residents, businesses and the Town, and the new daily parking rate was a fair compromise for all those involved, arrived at after consultation with Bayville Village officials, local merchants, and residents.”
For more information regarding Town Beaches and parking fees, contact the Beach Division of the Town of Oyster Bay Parks Department at 797-4111.