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Sandy Homeowner and Renter Assistance Program (SHRAP) - O.C.E.A.N. Inc. now has Toms River location PDF Print E-mail

The Sandy Homeowner/Renter Assistance Program (SHRAP) is a temporary relief program to assist individuals and families experiencing a housing crisis resulting from Superstorm Sandy. The expense must be a direct result of the disaster.

Services include:

  • Case Management Services
  • Housing (Rent or Mortgage) and Security Deposits
  • Utility Payments
  • Replacement of essential items such as furniture, household items and appliances
Read more... [Sandy Homeowner and Renter Assistance Program (SHRAP) - O.C.E.A.N. Inc. now has Toms River location]
 
Mayor: All of Toms River Township Beaches Will Be Open For Summer 2014. PDF Print E-mail

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The Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group is offering free help for primary homeowners who still have construction needs. PDF Print E-mail

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Calling all Business Owners - Save the date! PDF Print E-mail

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Everyone is welcome to this all-day event featuring:

 

  • Food, craft & local business vendors! (BBQ, Seafood, specialty foods, funnel cakes, churros, kettle corn, zeppole’s & more)
  • Beer and wine garden
  • FREE Children’s rides with bounce houses, slides and a rock climbing wall
  • Live Music featuring local bands
  • All New this year…
    • Expanded seating area
    • NJ Hall of Fame Mobile Museum
    • Information Booth with Police & First Aid
    • Toms River Food Fest T-Shirts! On sale at the Township booth

 

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Toms River Police are holding a Blood Drive for the American Red Cross- March 18th from 2-7 pm PDF Print E-mail

Toms River PBA #137 in cooperation with The American Red Cross will be sponsoring a much-needed blood drive on Tuesday, March 18th from 2:00-7:00 PM at the American Legion at #2025 Church Rd Toms River. You are probably well aware that there is a constant demand for the need of blood. However, due to the continual snow storms, the demand is much greater! Those of you that have family, friends or relatives battling diseases like cancer know the need for blood and/or blood products; whole blood, platelets,  etc. are vital. So please consider donating!

Contact 732-349-0150 ext 1233 or send an email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for an appointment. Appointments are scheduled every 15 mins starting at 2:00.   YOU MUST HAVE AN APPOINTMENT.

 
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

 

 
Christie Administration Rolls Out Plan For Second Round Of Federal Sandy Recovery Funds PDF Print E-mail

Details How State Will Utilize $1.46 Billion, Opens Public Comment Period

Trenton, NJ – The Christie Administration today unveiled a proposed amendment to the New Jersey Disaster Recovery Action Plan detailing how the state will spend $1.46 billion in federal Sandy recovery funds. The state will continue rebuilding Sandy-damaged homes and rental housing, supporting hardest hit and financially strained communities, while also financing infrastructure resiliency projects throughout New Jersey to protect the state from future storms. This is the second round of federal Community Disaster Block Grant (CDBG) Disaster Recovery funds allocated to New Jersey by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

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