Online Permits are Temporarily Unavailable Until Further Notice
In response to the Coronavirus Pandemic Public Health Emergency, 2019-2020 Recycle Station permits and 2020 Non-commercial Shellfish permits will be available only via mail or by leaving the documents in the drop box at the main entrance of Town Hall. Please include the mail-in form, a copy of your registration (for transfer station permits), a self-addressed stamped envelope, and payment in an envelope clearly marked Select Board. Your permit will be processed and mailed back to you.
Purchase of 2020-2021 Recycle Station permits and 2020 Beach permits are not available at this time. We will update the website when further information is available.
The Permit Office is open the first Monday of June until the Sunday of Labor Day weekend from 9am-3pm daily, including holidays.
Full time residents and taxpayers may purchase their Beach Parking Sticker in person at the Permit Department via mail-in, or online at stickers.brewster-ma.gov. See Rules & Regulations for Resident Beach Parking Permits for resident sticker eligibility. at this time we are offering online payments for resident and taxpayer parking permits only.
Visitors and other non-residents may purchase a daily, weekly, or seasonal beach parking pass in person at the Permit Department beginning June 1, 2020. Parking passes are non-transferrable.
Beaches close at 10pm. Cookouts on beaches are allowed only on private beaches and only with permits issued by the Brewster Fire Department. No fires are allowed on town or state public beaches. Dogs and other pets are not allowed on public beaches, tidal flats, landings, and public ponds between the dates of May 15th and September 15th.
Smoking is prohibited on all Town owned beaches and ponds
Please understand that all beach parking permits must be displayed on the back bumper of your car or they are invalid.
This permit does not guarantee a parking place at any of the beaches. We have limited parking at the Town beaches. You must have a permit when parked at the beaches, but actual parking is on a first come basis. There is a $40.00 fine for all parking violations, including parking at a beach without a valid permit. There are signs at beach parking lots indicating that a Beach Parking Permit is required.
Residents: $25 each per vehicle for first two permits, $40 per vehicle for additional permits. Residents must provide auto registration and proof of residence--see full regulations
Non-Residents: $20/day, $60/week, $150/season
Public beaches on Cape Cod Bay, starting from the east end of town are: Crosby Landing, Linnell Landing, Ellis Landing, Point of Rocks Landing, Spruce Hill, Breakwater Beach, Breakwater Landing, Saint's Landing, Mant's Landing (Robbins Hill Beach), and Paines Creek Beach.
There Are No Lifeguards at Bay Beaches
Portable toilets are provided at Paines Creek, Point of Rocks, Mant's (Robbins Hill), Saints, Ellis, Linnell, Breakwater Beach, and Crosby from Memorial Day Weekend through Columbus Day Weekend.
Long Pond Beach is accessible from Crowell's Bog Road, off Route 124. Lifeguard on duty from July 4th weekend to Labor Day Weekend, seven days a week, from 9am to 4pm. Portable toilets are available. Sheep Pond, accessible from Fisherman's Landing, and Upper Mill Pond, accessible from Run Hill Road, have no lifeguards, but portable toilets are available.