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Our Beaches are our Safe Haven
We believe that our beaches should be respected by everyone. They are where we live, where we come to play, enjoy swimming, the sun and nature. They should be welcoming places for all ages who want to enjoy these activities peacefully and safely. People using the beach should be respectful of the environment, their fellow beachgoers and the residents that live nearby.
Ways to get Involved
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Join our network and help us tackle the issues that face our beaches.
Support A Beach For Everyone
Take action right away by contacting your elected officials.
Become a Beach Ambassador
Join our community of engaged volunteers who strive to improve local beach
culture to ensure our beaches and parks are for everyone. Education is key for
our team. The beach ambassadors strive to ensure beachgoers are aware of the
benefits of being in nature to experience nature and natural sounds. As part of
their efforts to educate and inform, they also help keep our natural environments
clean and pristine, along with promoting the beach as a safe haven. Not only are
our ambassadors here to ensure you have a great experience at our beaches
and parks, but they are also local residents that can offer useful suggestions and
information for beachgoers.
Latest News & Updates
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