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Collier County Announces Re-Opening of County Beaches and Beach Parking Facilities
Collier County Announces Re-Opening of
County Beaches and Beach Parking Facilities
On Tuesday, June 2, the Collier County Board of County Commissioners approved the re-opening of Collier County beach parks and parking facilities to normal status and hours. The Collier beach parks and parking facilities are now open from sunrise to sunset seven days a week. Those without County or City beach parking stickers may purchase a daily parking pass for $8 to enter the parking areas.
The public’s cooperation and understanding throughout the closing and re-opening of Collier County beaches and parking facilities has been most appreciated. Individuals are expected to continue to follow the Governor’s Executive Orders and CDC guidance regarding social distancing (six feet apart from non-family members) and to avoid congregating in groups of more than ten.
Collier County Government will be monitoring compliance with protocols to ensure residents are accessing and enjoying the beaches and parks in a safe manner.
The Collier County Board of County Commissioners did not approve a limited fireworks display at the Paradise Coast Sports and Special Events Complex on July 4th.