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Clean Up of Ortley Beach PDF Print E-mail

Toms River Township is planning an all-volunteer clean up in Ortley Beach of the ocean side

beach on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9 A.M. – 2 P.M.   We are appealing to the public, the business community, all schools-public and private, civic groups, environmental clubs, and

church organizations, encouraging participation in preparation for the coming warm weather seasons.    

 

The staging area will be in the parking lot at Third Avenue and Ocean Boulevard, Ortley Beach, near the Lord House.  Supplies and gloves will be provided.  Light refreshment will be available.  

 

Please contact the Public Works Department at (732) 255 1000 X 8187 for additional information and to register.

 
Ortley Beachfront Barricades to be Removed Soon PDF Print E-mail

 

Updated Streetlights Enhance Area

 

TOMS RIVER TOWNSHIP- The access road along the Ortley beachfront will be open shortly.  “Superstorm Sandy essentially wiped out most of the utility poles in the beachfront section of town and crews have wrapped up their work on the Municipal part of the boardwalk,” said Toms River Township Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher.

 

According to JCP&L, all of the new lights on the poles are fully operational. “This means that we can begin to take down the barricades that are blocking access on Ocean Terrace & Ocean Avenues.  Without the utility poles, it was so dark in that area of town that it was unsafe at night,” Kelaher added.

 

Instead of the regular “Cobra head” lights that you would typically see on light poles, Toms River officials have decided to upgrade and have a Colonial-style fixture installed.  Bob Chankalian, the Township Engineer stated, “The upgraded lights were done in an effort to make the area more aesthetically pleasing and to enhance the look of the beachfront area. In addition, JCP&L was able to install the electricity with fewer wires so it’s also visually pleasing to the eye.”

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Toms River Township Youth Services 2014 Summer Camp. PDF Print E-mail

The Toms River Youth Services has scheduled an exciting and fun-filled summer for the children of Toms River. Don’t miss the opportunity to sign your child up for the
Toms River Township Youth Services 2014 Summer Camp.

Days are filled with games, sports, arts and crafts, trips, celebrations, and our annual talent show. Registration will start on April 1, 2013 at 6am. All registrations and trip sign ups will take place online. The fee is $385.00 plus trip costs. Children must be between 6 and 11 years of age at time of registration and residents of Toms River. Proof of age may be required. The 8-week camp will begin June 25, 2014 and end on
August 15, 2014.

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New Toms River Animal Shelter Open to the Public PDF Print E-mail

 

Whitesville location is now closed

 

TOMS RIVER TOWNSHIP- The official ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Toms River Animal Shelter is still a few months away, but the interior of the facility is open and ready for pet adoptions.

 

The impressive two-million dollar facility, located at 235 Oak Avenue, next to the Police Station, shutters the antiquated facility on Whitesville Road. “The former location was close to Jackson Township and out of the way for a majority of our residents,” Mayor Tom Kelaher states. “This building not only modernizes the needs of an animal shelter, but it is centrally located for the residents of Toms River.”

 

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Youth Services Held Family Bonding Nights PDF Print E-mail

Toms River Youth Services recently held two events for parents to spend one-on-one time with their children.

 

“Back in January, we held our first-ever ‘Daddy and Me’ night at the Toms River Youth Services. ‘Daddy and Me’ was created to help bring dads and their children together, to spend some quality time alone,” said Adam Silversmith, Toms River Youth Services Division Manager.  During their “Daddy and Me” session, families put together wooden crafts such as the Statue of Liberty, butterflies or a jet.  Silversmith added, “The children and dads worked together and when the dads ran into some difficult steps, they sought assistance from other dads.  It was a great time seeing everyone interact and helping out one another.  The children also ate pizza and dessert with their dads.” Click here for more

 
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
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Mayor: All of Toms River Township Beaches Will Be Open For Summer 2014. PDF Print E-mail

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