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Youth Services After-School Program PDF Print E-mail

Don’t miss the opportunity to sign your child up for our Toms River Youth Services After-School Program. To be eligible for the After-School Care Program:

  • Both parents or single parent must work
  • Children must be between the ages of 6 to 12 (must have completed Kindergarten)
  • Children must be picked up by 6 pm
  • Must be residents of Toms River Township

The fees are: 5 day program $105/month or 4 day program $80.00/month.

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National Flood Insurance Program Deadline Extended for Filing Claims PDF Print E-mail

FEMA has granted another six-month extension for National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policyholders affected by Hurricane Sandy to file proof-of-loss claims.

The deadline is now Oct. 29, 2014.

NFIP usually requires policyholders to submit a fully documented, signed and sworn proof-of-loss claim within 60 days from the date of their loss.

The magnitude of the Sandy disaster is the reason for this extension that will give policyholders additional time to file claims. This is the third six-month extension.

The Proof of Loss document is included in the claims package that documents flood losses. The claims package should include:

  • photos and/or video of the flooding and resulting damage
  • a comprehensive, itemized list of what was damaged
  • receipts, if possible, for damaged items along with any other supporting documents showing the value of what you lost

To download a blank NFIP Proof of Loss document, visit the Township website and look under the “FEMA” section to click for form.

Free Beach Shuttle Returns- Residents Can Take Free Bus to Ortley Beach PDF Print E-mail

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Lifeguards to Benefit from Donation- Community Medical Center Pledges $5,000 to Toms River Township PDF Print E-mail

“Toms River Township and the Barnabas Health System at Community Medical Center have had an outstanding working relationship over the years,” said Toms River Township Mayor Tom Kelaher. “For the second year, Barnabas has placed their skin cancer awareness banners in five locations along the Ortley Beach boardwalk in an effort to remind residents about the need to apply sunscreen to protect your skin.” In exchange for the Barnabas banners, the health care provider is donating $5,000 to the Township of Toms River. Read more.....

EDA to Businesses: We Have Sandy Money For You PDF Print E-mail

Michele Brown, CEO for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority made two business stops in Toms River last week to deliver grant money for local businesses that were victims of Superstorm Sandy.  The Stronger NJ Business Grant Program provides up to $50,000 for businesses affected

by the storm.  That money is to be used for operating expenses, such as inventory or equipment. Read More...

US Army National Guard Deploys Over 450 Troops from NJ PDF Print E-mail

Family and friends gathered at Doughboy Field at Joint Base-McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst to say their goodbyes at a NJ National Guard Deployment ceremony held on June 18, 2014. In a “Salute to Troops” Ceremony, over 450 troops from the U.S. Army National Guard were there to be recognized at a service presided by Brigadier General Michael L. Cunniff, the Adjutant General for the New Jersey Department of Military & Veterans Affairs. Read More...




Ortley Roads & Drainage projects PDF Print E-mail

TOMS RIVER TOWNSHIP- Phases 2 & 3 of the Ortley Roads & Drainage projects will start on or about July 14, 2014 and will take about four months. This project will address the remaining 75% of Ortley’s roads.

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