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Christie Administration Announces RREM Information Session in Ocean County to Assist Homeowners Hard Hit by Superstorm Sandy PDF Print E-mail


Information session returns to Toms River on June 15th to answer RREM and LMI program applicants’ auestions about rebuilding their homes.


Trenton, NJ – In its continued effort to meet and assist Sandy-impacted families right in their home communities, the Christie Administration today announced that the 18th Information Session will be held Monday, June 15th, in Toms River, Ocean County, to provide personal assistance for storm-affected homeowners participating in the Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) Program and LMI Homeowners Rebuilding Program.


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New Jersey American Water to Replace Infrastructure on the Barrier Island PDF Print E-mail

(New Jersey American Water)- As part of our infrastructure renewal program, New Jersey American Water is installing new water mains, hydrants and water services on several streets on the barrier island in Toms River. This work is not part of the NJDOT Route 35 reconstruction project. The replacements are underway and will conclude in July 2015, although the work on any specific street should last for no more than a few weeks.

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Toms River Community Energy Aggregation Program is ending this June PDF Print E-mail

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3rd Annual Art in the Park PDF Print E-mail

Saturday, August 22, 2015 11 am - 5 pm (Rain date, August 23rd)

Huddy Park, Downtown Toms River


Hosted by the Toms River Artist Community, this festival will feature fine art including painting, drawing, photography, pottery, sculpture, ceramics, digital art, jewelry, leather, metal, wood, mixed media and other fine crafts. Musicians will provide live performances and there will be plenty of Food Trucks for hungry festival-goers.

Priority Housing for Sandy Impacted Residents is now available through the New Jersey Housing Resource Center PDF Print E-mail

The Fund for Restoration of Multifamily Housing (FRM) Program, which is administered by the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (HMFA), finances the repair or replacement of rental housing units damaged or destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.

During the first 90 days of lease-up at FRM-funded housing developments, priority for residency will be given to Sandy-impacted residents who registered for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) assistance or who rented an apartment or owned a primary residence that was no longer habitable because of Sandy damage.

To help Sandy-impacted residents find permanent affordable housing as soon as possible, visit the New Jersey Housing Resource Center (HRC), administered by the HMFA at http://njhrc.gov.

Once on the HRC webpage, click on "Find Housing" then click on "Priority Housing for Sandy-Impacted Residents." As FRM projects are completed in the months and years ahead, more available affordable housing units will be added to the page.


The HRC is FREE, easy to use, and has played a critical role in disaster relocation efforts in the past.

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Click below to display a list of available housing opportunities funded with federal Sandy Recovery funds in the nine most impacted counties:




Congressional Art Competition PDF Print E-mail

All applications are due by Friday, April 24th, and artwork must be received by mail or in person at one of our New Jersey offices by Friday, May 1st. For more information click here.


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