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Substantially Damaged Properties Seminiar PDF Print E-mail

On Saturday March 14, 2015 from 9 AM to 11 AM the Township is hosting a seminar in Town Hall on the topic of Substantially Damaged Properties under the FEMA guidelines.  Township Engineer Robert Chankalian will display a Power Point presentation concerning the FEMA process for determining properties to be substantially damaged following Sandy. There will be additional township staff in attendance including Paul Shives, the Business Administrator, Construction Official Ken Anderson, Sandy Ombudsman Trevor Newman and Township Planner Jay Lynch to answer questions.  The Township staff will not be able to speak or comment about individual cases publicly but will provide contact information for those who wish to set up separate meetings to go over their particular property.

 

 

 
2015 Towing Licenses PDF Print E-mail

Pursuant to Chapter 468 of the Code of the Township of
Toms River, applications for towing licenses are now
being received in the office of the Municipal Clerk.
Applications shall be submitted no later than April 1.
Applications are available in the office of the Municipal
Clerk, 8:30a.m.- 4:30p.m., Monday- Friday, and on
line. Go to Clerk's office to Towing Application.
By: J. Mark Mutter, RMC
Township Clerk
Township of Toms River

 
The Municipal Alliance is offering free parenting classes. PDF Print E-mail

Click here for flyer

 
Trash and Recycling collections - 2/17/15 PDF Print E-mail
Trash and Recycling collections are cancelled while Township crews conduct snow plowing operations today. Collections will resume tomorrow starting with Monday’s collection routes, due to the Presidents Day holiday.
Residents are asked to place their trash and recycling cans curbside on the regularly scheduled day and leave it out until collected, through Saturday. Crews will be working on a recovery schedule in order to get all stops collected by Saturday.

 
Sandy-Damaged Homeowners: You may be eligible for last round of funding PDF Print E-mail

If your primary home was damaged during Superstorm Sandy, you may qualify for the last round of funding in the State’s LMI (Low-to-Moderate) Income Homeowners Rebuilding Program.

Read more... [Sandy-Damaged Homeowners: You may be eligible for last round of funding]
 
Road closure and detours on Whitesville Road expected for Monday, Feb. 2nd. PDF Print E-mail

A sewer main will be installed at the intersection of Whitesville Rd. and Riverwood Drive, forcing detours in the area.

Motorists will be detoured around Riverwood Drive onto Route 9, from Cox Cro to Stevens Road.

 

 

 

 
Public Information Meeting PDF Print E-mail

The U.S. EPA invites the public to attend a meeting to discuss the results of toxicity testing done on the Reich Superfund site in Toms River.  The meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 from 6:00 pm-8:30 pm at the Ocean County library.  Please see flyer for details.

 

 

 

 

 
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