Dog digs on beach

It will be another week yet before Evanston’s people beaches open for the season — but man’s best friend can already enjoy fun in the sun.

It will be another week yet before Evanston’s people beaches open for the season — but man’s best friend can already enjoy fun in the sun.

The city’s dog beach opened in April and will remain open through November. The dog beach permit price has gone up this year, to $60 per dog owned by an Evanston resident and $120 per dog owned by a nonresident. Other requirements for dog beach permits, and an application form, are available online.

The city’s five beaches for people open for the season on Saturday, June 12, which means this week is your last chance to buy season tokens at a discount.

The $22 pre-season resident token price rises to $30 once the beaches open.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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