Time to update your historic maps: the boardwalk on Coney Island is now a landmark!

On Tuesday, the Landmark Preservation Commission officially designated the 2.7 mile stretch of waterfront walkway between West 37th Street and Brighton 15th Street. So long as Mayor de Blasio and the City Council sign off on the decision—and it's widely expected that they will—the iconic Riegelmann Boardwalk will become the city's eleventh scenic landmark, joining the ranks of such icons as Central Park and Grand Army Plaza.

"The Coney Island Boardwalk is as much a part of the culture as it is a part of the history of New York City," LPC Commissioner Meenakshi Srinivasan said in a statement. "It is a beloved public space that embodies Coney Island;s democratic spirit and reflects our City's values of tolerance, inclusivity and equity."

"By designating the Riegelmann Boardwalk as a scenic landmark, the Landmarks Preservation Commission is protecting for future generations an institution that defines Brooklyn as a destination unlike anywhere else in the world," added Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.

The designation comes after years of lobbying by local residents, who argued the landmark status was necessary to protect the original rainforest-beamed boardwalk from continued Parks Department meddling. In recent years, the department has replaced certain sections of the boardwalk with concrete and plastic beams, which they argue are better for the environment and more storm-resistant.

"I did not anticipate this becoming such an issue with the administration, because many people thought [the boardwalk] was already a landmark," Councilmember Treyger told Gothamist in 2016. "My argument is bigger than concrete versus wood. This is a historic structure."

Tuesday's designation came on the 95th birthday of the boardwalk, and ten days before the opening of a new ride at Luna Park, called the Astro Tower, on May 26th.

You can also celebrate the hard-fought landmarks decision by biking out to Coney Island at 6 a.m. on Friday for a "Summer Blastoff" event with Smash Mouth and CBS-FM’S Shannon in the Morning. And if that sounds, uh, terrible, keep in mind that we're exactly one month out from the 36th annual Mermaid Parade.