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Guidance on Electrical Meter Placement in a Designated Flood Zone PDF Print E-mail

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU), Department of Community Affairs (DCA), Jersey Central Power and Light Company (JCP&L), Public Service Gas and Electric Company (PSEG), and Atlantic City Electric Company (ACE) have been working together to provide guidance to homeowners whose residences are in a designated flood zone requiring that all electrical systems be installed above the base flood elevation (BFE). Read More.....

 
Typical Residential Home - Building Permit & Construction Inspection Process PDF Print E-mail

Constructing or raising a new home can be a little confusing for those who have never gone through the zoning, engineering, and building permit process before. To help guide you along, we have created the attached flowcharts which outline the entire process. Here you can see the entire work flow from design, review, permitting, construction, and inspection, all the way to the final Certificate of Occupancy/Approval.  The chart is color coded by task, and each color corresponds to the party responsible for performing that function.

These charts helps to show not only what you as an applicant has to do to obtain permits and inspections, but it also shows you what actions the Township staff has to do to ensure the home is constructed properly, and most importantly, safely.

Any specific questions can be always be directed the Building, Zoning or Engineering Departments.

 

Flowcharts:

New Home
Elevation of Home

 

 
DEP Cuts Red Tape and Streamlines Permits for Vital Rebuilding Projects (6-20-13) PDF Print E-mail

 

 

 

 

CHRISTIE ADMINISTRATION ADOPTS RULES TO EXPEDITE RECOVERY AND
REBUILDING PROJECTS FOR SANDY AFFECTED NEW JERSEYANS

Read more... [DEP Cuts Red Tape and Streamlines Permits for Vital Rebuilding Projects (6-20-13)]
 
Permit guidelines for storm-damaged homes PDF Print E-mail

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Permit process- Please do not call to check on status of your permit PDF Print E-mail

Once your permit application is received from zoning/engineering, it can take up to 20 business days to be reviewed by all of the divisions (such as building, electrical, fire, plumbing. ) Due to the overwhelming volume of permits being issued, we can no longer accept phone calls to check on the status of your permit. Thank you for your patience.

 

 

 

 

 

 
NJDEP - New Online Electronic Filings PDF Print E-mail

http://www.njdeponline.com/

 
BUILDING PERMITS- Hours of operation PDF Print E-mail

Town Hall will be open for permits on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 7:30 am - 4:30 pm and Wednesdays from 7:30 am -6:30 pm. 

 

 

 
Electrical Permit Process PDF Print E-mail

Toms River has changed the process of re-connecting your electrical meters to make it even easier for residents.

Read more... [Electrical Permit Process]
 
Electrical questions PDF Print E-mail

1) All properties in the Toms River Township barrier island section north of Lavalette will be inspected for the purpose of reconnection to electrical service. These inspections will be completed by 1/5/2013. The Township is working with JCP&L to re-energize as soon as possible. Many meters have already been set. If a “Not Approved” notice is left on your premises, repair work must be completed and a re-inspection will be required.

 

2) Phone Call Volume within the Building Department: The volume of calls has been overwhelming. The Administration is working to address this situation with supplemental phones and personnel. Please be patient until this issue is resolved.

 

 
Construction/Electrical Permit Application Forms PDF Print E-mail

Toms River Township officials have been working diligently over the weekend to ease the added burden of electrical inspection costs placed on homeowners on the barrier island.

Read more... [Construction/Electrical Permit Application Forms]
 
Contractor and Insurance Adjuster Registration For Access to the Barrier Island(Updated 2/7/13) PDF Print E-mail

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