Renew Your Fairfield Beach, Transfer Station Stickers

With a new year, comes a new town sticker in Fairfield.

An "A" sticker allows residents access to all town beaches and the Transfer Station/Town Dump for $20 and is needed starting Jan. 1, according to the Parks and Recreation website. Stickers are needed for beach access from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Stickers may be purchased at the Recreation Office, 75 Mill Plain Road, during regular business hours. To avoid long lines, the office recommends residents use one of the other methods to purchase stickers.

Every resident who purchased a Beach Sticker in 2013 qualifies to renew online, provided everything is the same as in 2013 and they have a current email address in the system, according to Parks and Recreation.

If you need to add a new vehicle or if changes were made to any information from 2013, fill out a Beach Sticker Application and attach a copy of the car registration and either:

  • Fax - (203) 256-3145
  • Mail - Fairfield Recreation, 75 Mill Plain Road, Fairfield, CT 06824 
  • Scan - recsupport@town.fairfield.ct.us 
Chuck E. Arla January 13, 2014 at 09:52 AM
Wait a minute. I am fairly certain that the A sticker is good at the dump up until the new beach year kicks in. I do not recall EVER having to renew it until the Memorial Day run up.
John F. Braun January 13, 2014 at 02:18 PM
I just stopped by to get a new A sticker and they confirmed that they are changing the rules, but are actually giving everyone until 2/1 to get a new sticker before they enforce the new time period.
Chuck E. Arla January 13, 2014 at 02:21 PM
Called and got same story. Of course, it never dawned on the Town to put up a sign at the dump for the last couple of months so that folks would know about this.
bobganser January 14, 2014 at 01:13 PM
Not to provoke an argument, when you conduct business and there is overlap on a performance period, there should be a credit for 4 months. Does big government assume that a change coverage without a compromise is acceptable.
Igor January 14, 2014 at 02:33 PM
bobganser this isn't big government. These are little fish trying to play big government. If I paid for a year I expect to get a year's service, not six months and then have to pay again. Where is the excess money that was generated by moving the expiration date backwards?


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