Additional Patrol on Seabrook Waterfront for Good Friday

Motorists can expect traffic congestion around Waterfront on Friday, April 19. Seabrook Police will have an additional seven officers on duty to assist with traffic control. Temporary directional signage will be placed to assist with traffic control, however, Chief Sean Wright with the Seabrook Police Department, encourages both residents and visitors to be patient while in traffic on Good Friday and throughout the weekend. Increased construction, lane and street closures plus Easter weekend events and festivals around the area will result in more traffic congestion. Motorists who are not visiting Waterfront should avoid the area and find alternative routes. 

Parking for area fish markets along Waterfront Drive will be limited. Do not park on private property and always be considerate of others while watching out for pedestrians.

Seabrook Waterfront