Likely due to the face masking requirements and other restrictions adopted by the City of Rehoboth, we have observed a substantial increase in the number of non-residents using the North Shores beach.  Accordingly, as a temporary measure, the Board will require all beach guests (owners, renters and visitors) to show their pool pass, or provide their name and North Shores address to the beach ambassadors located at the entrance of each crossover.  The beach ambassador will check the name against the community and vacation rental directory. Unregistered visitors and renters will not be admitted to the beach and will need to consult with the relevant homeowner.

The North Shores Community

The North Shores Board of Governors is the governing body of the North Shores community located adjacent to Henlopen Acres and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

Their responsibility includes all those maintenance requirements which most communities face, including street and road maintenance, maintenance of the pool and tennis complex, beach preservation, marina administration and maintenance, street lights, security, landscape maintenance, and all the administrative functions necessary to keep the community operating efficiently.

The Board is made up of five citizens of the community who serve without compensation.

There is an Annual Meeting of Homeowners held each Memorial Day weekend at which major topics of interest are discussed.

During the summer months the Board employs a staff of approximately 25 lifeguards and support staff to operate the Bath & Tennis Club and provide beach service to our residents.

We share security services with neighboring Henlopen Acres.

North Shores has a history of being a summertime get-away for its residents, but more and more is becoming a year-round community…