Beach definition

Beach or “beach area” means that portion of state parks or recreation areas designated for swimming activity including the sand, a 200-foot buffer of land surrounding the sand or a designated area which is fenced in, and the water area contiguous to the beach as marked by swim buoys or swim lines.
Beach means the shoreline zone comprised of unconsolidated sandy material upon which there is a mutual interaction of the forces of erosion, sediment transport and deposition that extends from the low water line landward to where there is a marked change in either material composition or physiographic form such as a dune, bluff, or marsh, or where no such change can be identified, to the line of woody vegetation (usually the effective limit of stormwaves), or the nearest impermeable manmade structure, such as a bulkhead, revetment, or paved road.
Beach or “beach area” means that portion of state parks or recreation areas designated for swimming activity including the water area contiguous to the beach.

Examples of Beach in a sentence

Any non stormwater discharge or the maintenance or use of a connection that results in a non stormwater discharge to the stormwater system is prohibited pursuant to Palm Beach County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Ordinance No. 93 15.

ACCESS TO PUBLIC DOCUMENTSPublic records related to the open session agenda that are distributed to the Governing Board less than 72 hours before a regular meeting, may be inspected by the public at the Board of Education Office at 1515 Hughes Way, Long Beach, CA 90810, during regular business hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:40 p.m.).

Property owner shall provide Palm Beach County with sufficient documentation acceptable to the Right of Way Acquisition Section to ensure that the property is free of all encumbrances and encroachments.

After final acceptance, Palm Beach County shall record all appropriate deeds and documents.

Thomas Beach on behalf of the California Cogeneration Council (R.


More Definitions of Beach

Beach means the sand or land area bordering the water of an ocean or bay.
Beach means the zone of unconsolidated material that extends landward from the mean low water line to the place where there is marked change in material or physiographic form, or to the line of permanent vegetation (usually the effective limit of storm waves). Unless otherwise specified, the seaward limit of a beach is the mean low water line. “Beach” is alternatively termed the shore.
Beach means the zone of unconsolidated material that extends landward from the mean low water line to the place where there is marked change in material or physiographic form, or to the line of permanent vegetation, usually the effective limit of storm waves. “Beach,” as used in the coastal management element requirements, is limited to oceanic and estuarine shorelines.
Beach means the portion of land above and contiguous to the seashore and includes any grass verge (where such verge exists);
Beach means an expanse of sand or pebbles along the shore of a body of water;
Beach means that area of the coastal zone from the seaward limit of the foreshore running inland to the vegetation line or other natural barrier whichever is closer to the landward limit of the foreshore, and a beach may consist of sand, stones, gravel, shingle, coral fragments or boulders;
Beach means the sea-shore situated within or adjoining the area in which the municipality has jurisdiction and the sea for a distance of 200 metres seaward from the low-water mark adjoining the sea-shore;