The Mission of the Long Beach Township Police Department is to provide the highest quality police services to our residents and visitors. This will be accomplished through the development of exceptional personnel and resources.
Hurricane Sandy Recovery Information
Louisiana State Police (LSP) who have been assisting on and in the Long Beach
Island area present a Louisiana State Police Hat to Mayor Joe Mancini and Chief
Michael Bradley of Long Beach Township.
Pictured left to right, Front Row: Sgt. Joey Adaway, Trooper James
Benoit, Trooper Trent Hanks, Mayor Joseph Mancini, Sgt. Wayne Richard, Chief
Michael Bradley, Trooper Michael Davis. Back Row: Trooper Tim Barlow, Trooper
1st Class Brett McKee, Trooper Jonathan Neck, Trooper Eric Regan and Trooper
The LSP has been assisting in search and rescue, patrol
operations, and security since they arrived a couple of days after Sandy struck
For Updates and ReEntry Information
Information for Residents
Thursday March 14th 2013
Sand Removal *Please be reminded as of February 20th Long Beach Township will no longer be accepting sand from private properties. Do Not place sand in the street, street end or Dump sand in the Holgate Lot.
Beginning 9am 11/15/12, Beach Haven, Ship Bottom and Long Beach customers will be able to pick up mail at the Long Beach Twp location 7401 Long Beach Blvd. Harvey Cedars customers will be able to get their mail at Harvey Cedars. Beginning Thursday, carriers will attempt to deliver mail on LBI. Because of building damage, Beach Haven and Ship Bottom PO Box customers will continue to pick up PO Box mail at the Long Beach Twp facility. Displaced residents can file a change of address online GO TO WWW.USPS.COM OR CALL 1-800-ASK-USPS
AFTER THE STORM– links
Long Beach Township ~ Trash & Recycling 2013
The 2013 Trash / Recycling calendar will be mailed out soon.
The winter curbside collection schedule for trash and recycling remains the same until May 2013 so please follow the current January schedule until your new calendar arrives.
From this date forward:
- Household Hazardous cannot be put out to the curb. There is an ongoing paint management program at the Southern Ocean County Recycling Center in Manahawkin
- Starting January 14 residents will need to resume calling in to schedule pick-up of appliances, brush and electronics
◦Brush- Call 609-361-6676 by noon on Tuesdays for pick up on Wednesdays
◦Appliances and electronics- call 609-361-6676 to get on the list for pick up
◦Concrete cannot be placed curbside and will not be picked up
- AshBritt is no longer picking up garbage.
◦Do not place construction material at the curb. All construction debris needs to be disposed of in a dumpster, this includes sheet rock, insulation, plywood etc..
- Reminder: Bulk waste can be placed out at the curb on regular trash days for pick up by Pinto Brothers, this includes household items such as furniture, carpet and fixtures etc..
- All sand that is removed from your property is to be brought to Holgate to be sifted to remove solid material.
Go to the LBT DPW webpage at www.longbeachtownship.com/departments/publicworks.html
DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR DISASTER
ASSISTANCE IN NEW JERSEY MARCH 1ST
TRENTON, N.J.— Hurricane Sandy survivors in New Jersey have five days remaining to register for recovery assistance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Survivors can register by phone until 10 p.m. March 1 or online until midnight.
March 1 is also the deadline to return applications to the U.S. Small Business Administration for low-interest disaster loans, which is the primary source of federal funds for long-term rebuilding. The quickest way to apply for an SBA disaster home or business loan is to fill out an online application at disasterloan.sba.gov/ela.
New Jerseyans who applied for federal disaster assistance are urged to stay in touch with FEMA and SBA. Applicants should notify FEMA and SBA of changes to their mailing addresses, phone numbers or email addresses.
Survivors can register online and check on the status of their applications at DisasterAssistance.gov, via web-enabled phone or tablet at m.fema.gov until midnight March 1. They also can call 800-621-3362 or TTY 800-462-7585. Those who use 711-Relay or Video Relay Services can call 800-621-3362. Recovery assistants remain available daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Survivors can ask questions about their SBA disaster home or business loan applications by calling 800-659-2955 or TTY 800-877-8339 or emailing email@example.com.
Additional resources are available online at FEMA.gov/SandyNJ and SBA.gov/Sandy.
Register for Vacant Home Form
Register online here
* Vacant Home forms must be renewed yearly to remain active.
Long Beach Township Resident Information
The Long Beach Township Police Dept would like to remind its residents that it is illegal for contractors to solicit services door to door without approval from the Township Board of Commissioners.
Demolition and construction are subject to the building permit process.
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