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Welcome to the Surfside Association

The Surfside Association is a community organization that represents the residents of Surfside, Nantucket. Association meetings are held each year on the second Saturdays of July and August at 10am at the Community Room at 4 Fairgrounds Road. The Surfside Association keeps its members informed about issues through our email list. The association also sponsors parties where members can get together in a social manner, see old neighbors and meet new ones.

About Us

Learn about what we do.

The Surfside Association:

  • Acts as an advocate for area residents before the various town boards and committees

  • Endeavors to be a watchdog for our south shore neighborhood

  • Represents The Association at the Nantucket Civic League

  • Includes all area residents: summer, year round, beachside, and landside

  • Provides education and information on current issues

  • Encourages having fun in a social setting

Surfside Association By-Laws

Surfside Area Plan​ (takes time to display, please be patient)


Who can join:

Membership is currently open to any person, at least 18 years of age, owning or renting property in the Surfside area as described below.

Land ownership locations:

  • Westerly - South Shore Road and its abutting ways and lanes

  • Northerly - From the intersection of Fairgrounds, South Shore and Surfside Roads easterly to the Airport​

  • Easterly - The Airport boundary

  • Southerly - The Atlantic Ocean

Annual dues:

The current annual dues are $25.00 and are due the beginning of each summer season. Dues, in the form of checks payable to The Surfside Association, may be mailed to:

         Surfside Association, P.O. Box 3474, Nantucket, MA  02584.


$5 out of the $25 dues are used to pay for our membership in the Nantucket Civic League which represents all members of the 24 island area associations concerned with the general welfare, preservation and improvement of the Island. The rest is used for communication (newsletters, website costs, etc.), and support of different island organizations such as the local police and Nantucket Cottage Hospital, as voted by members.

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