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• Anthony Sanchez Pool: Sawyer Avenue, West Babylon, (631) 661-2067• Fabio Buttitta Pool: Acorn Street Deer Park, (631) 242-4803• North Lindenhurst Pool: Straight Path, North Lindenhurst, (631) 957-3510• North Amityville Pool: Albany Avenue, North Amityville, (631) 842-6240• Phelps Lane Pool: Phelps Lane, North Babylon, (631) 669-4654
Town pools are open from the end of June through Labor Day. Residents must bring their license, current tax/utility bill and birth certificates for all children (under 18 years old). All children under 16 years of age or younger must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older to enter a pool facility.
Residents can purchase individual or family plan summer pool passes. Please reference the summer Recreation Guide for up-to-date pool plan fees.
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or over. Children ages 3 and under are free.
The Town's spray parks at Tanner Park and Venetian Shores are open daily during the season from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Geiger Spray Park is open 10:00 am – 7:00 pm. The spray parks are open for the season in late June. The spray park season close after Labor Day.
The Town of Babylon Beach Permit gives Town of Babylon residents access to:
Overlook Beach, Cedar Beach, Gilgo Beach, Cedar Marina, Tanner Park, & Venetian Shores
Online: Residents with online accounts can purchase the Town of Babylon Beach Permit online from February 21th to April 21st! (Permits will begin being mailed in April.)
In Person: In person (drive-thru) purchasing will begin Tuesday, April 25th at various parks throughout the Town. If you would like to purchase your beach permit in person, bring your NYS Driver's License and NYS Car Registration (with matching name and addresses in the Town of Babylon) to a drive-thru location listed below. Please note, sales are credit/debit card only. American Express is NOT accepted.
In person sale dates from April 25th - June 22nd:
Tuesdays @ Tanner Park, 3 pm - 6 pm
Thursdays @ Venetian Shores, 3 pm - 6 pm
Saturdays @ Geiger Park, 10 am - 2 pm
Senior (60+): $20, NYS Driver’s License Must Indicate an Age of 60+
Veteran/Active Military: $20
Active Town of Babylon Volunteer Fire Department Member: $20
A NYS Driver’s License with an address in the Town of Babylon and a car registration with matching last name and address to driver’s license.
If you qualify for a discounted Beach Permit based on your status, you will also need:
Additional Documents Based On Your Status as a Volunteer Firefighter, Veteran/Active Military, Snowbird, Company Car: 1. Volunteer Firefighter: Volunteer Firefighter Card needs to be uploaded. 2. Veteran/Active Military: DD214 needs to be uploaded, if designated on license, please indicate that when uploading/Active Military ID Card should be uploaded. 3. Snowbird: Snowbird Affidavit needs to be uploaded. 4. Company Car: A letter on company letterhead (must be typed) stating:
The Parks Department will begin mailing permits in April.
Click here if you forgot your username. An email will be sent to you with your username.
Click here if you forgot your password. An email will be sent to you with a link to reset your password.
If you have a car registered in your name, please create an account for yourself at your address. There can be more than one “household” at each physical address in our system. We understand that different family structures exist and will accommodate all residents.
Please submit a letter on company letterhead (must be typed) stating:
Please visit https://dmv.ny.gov/mydmv/mydmv scroll down to create and account or if you already have an account, log in to view your car registrations/complete a change of address.
To receive a replacement permit, the original permit must be taken off the vehicle (no photos) & submitted to the Parks Department. Please note that the permit is designed to shred when removed from the vehicle.
Replacement Sticker Steps:
The Town of Babylon Resident Recreation Permit is designed to shred. If someone tries to remove it from a car window, it will come off in pieces. If someone tries to alter the plate information on the sticker by removing the sealant, the permit will shred and therefore become voided. Additionally, Park Rangers and Bay Constables will be monitoring the parking lots to match plates with the plate written on the permit. If they don’t match, the car will be given a summons.