Yarmouth Police Continue Strict Parking Enforcement at Dennis Pond

Be sure to obey all No Parking signs...
Dennis Pond (Yarmouth Police photo)

From the Yarmouth Police Department:

Based on citizen complaints of ongoing illegal parking, the Yarmouth Police Department continues to patrol the area and issue parking violations to anyone who is illegally parked in the Dennis Pond area of Yarmouth Port.

Dennis Pond is named after Robert Dennis, an early settler of Yarmouth who lived by the pond.

The Dennis Pond Beach was donated to the town by Mabel S. Agassiz, with the intention of it being used by the children of Yarmouth. The public beach, with a marked swimming area, is located at the Summer Street end of the trail (sticker required).

This beautiful pond is located on Summer Street in Yarmouth Port.  To obtain a Dennis Pond Parking Permit from the Yarmouth Town Clerk’s Office you MUST have a child who is under 16 years of age and they have to reside in the town year round.

Some sections of the roadway adjacent to the pond is a posted No Parking Zone.

Please make sure you park legally where you can and that you have a special Dennis Pond Parking Permit which is issued at no cost at the Town Hall only to families with children.

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