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Loch Arbour Proposes Permit Parking on Beach Blocks

The Village of Loch Arbour, the smallest town in the state, is proposing a system of permit parking on the beach block for the two streets that lead to the beach, Euclid Ave and Elberon Ave. Coincidentally, these are the only two beach access points in town. A copy of the proposed ordinance is here. 2020-464 Permit Parking Ordinance

The ordinance, as introduced, does not mention the current pandemic so it appears that these changes would be permanent. Ordinance 2020-464 was introduced and had its first hearing on May 6, 2020 during a Zoom meeting of the Loch Arbour Mayor and Council. Its second reading and public hearing is scheduled for June 3rd at 6:30PM.

Loch Arbour was one of the towns that got a beach replenishment project awarded in 2015. Public access is part of the agreement between the federal, state, and local governments in order to get public funded sand pumped onto the beaches.

To participate in the June 3rd Zoom meeting use this link - Meeting ID is Once there, if you just want to do audio, a phone number will be provided but you have to enter the zoom meeting first.

The town is also having two meetings regarding the beach season in general with respect to restrictions due to the pandemic. Those meetings will also be via zoom, here is the meeting info - The Board of Commissioners of the Village of Loch Arbour have scheduled two Special Meetings to update and discuss the upcoming beach season via Zoom.

The two beach meetings will be held on:

Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 6:30 p.m., and

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 6:30 p.m.

The following is the access information for both meetings:

Meeting ID:  987 185 6747

One Tap Mobile:

Call #                          1-646-558-8656

Meeting ID/PIN:             987 185 6747#

Please dial into these meetings and express your concern with permit parking in the beach block of Loch Arbour.