The Badge Office is open 7 days a week from
to 3pm. Located in
Trailer 3 in
the Lavallette Firehouse Parking Lot.
Badge Office / Welcome
Aerobics Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8am Basketball Courts
8am Basketball Courts
Monday 6:00pm Lavallette School,
Thursday 6pm Union Church
Yoga Tuesday 4:30pm & Thursday 7pm
Classes are $3 Donation Per-Person, Per-Class.
Summer Evening Concert Series at the Heritage Gazebo
August 24th 21st Annual Big Band Bootcamp
Sunday Nights at the Gazebo 7pm.
August 31st A Little Bit of Heaven
Lavallette Founders Day
Bay Blvd & Philadelphia Ave
September 6, 2014 12 Noon - 6pm. Fireworks at Dusk No Rain
Ocean County Document
Residents are limited to six boxes or bags each day. Commercial documents
will not be accepted. Paper clips and staples do not have to be removed
from the documents.
9am to 1pm or until the truck is full, the
truck has an 8,000-pound capacity.
Registration not required and the service is free.
April 5, 2014 - October 25, 2014
Lavallette Business Association Sidewalk Sale
Lavallette Business Association
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Along Grand Central Avenue.
Other LBA Sponsored Events include
Movies on the Bay, Tuesdays
Kites & Castles, Thursdays
Click here for more info
August 30, 2014 8-11am
At the Union Church of Lavallette
and Grand Central Avenue
Adults $8. Children under 12 $4.
Pay At The Door
New Order of Lavallette Flags
have received a new order of Lavallette flags.
They are available at
Lavallette Borough Hall Temporary Trailer
and the Beach Badge Office Trailer
for $25 each.
Stop for pedestrians in the crosswalks!
It's The Law!
The driver of a vehicle must stop and stay stopped for a pedestrian
crossing the roadway within any marked crosswalk, but shall yield the
right-of-way to a pedestrian crossing the roadway within an unmarked
crosswalk at an intersection, except at crosswalks when the movement of
traffic is being regulated by police officers or traffic control
Ride your bicycle with the flow of Traffic, Not
against it! Obey all of the same traffic laws as a motor vehicle!
When ridden on any roadway a bicycle rider has all of the rights
and responsibilities of any vehicle. Unless bicycles are specifically excepted,
all traffic laws and rules apply to bicycles. Bicyclists who violate traffic
laws are subject to a citation.
Emergency Notification System gives those in charge of Public
Safety a chance to reach out to the public in case of an emergency
Click Here to get more
information and sign up.
Lavallette First Aid
Lavallette First Aid Squad is looking for members to who want
to join the squad.
All training is provided and no
experience is necessary.
Training such as CPR, EMT is provided
at no charge.
Everyone 16 or older must register and carry the printed registration
with them when fishing.
All saltwater anglers and
for-hire vessel operators will now be able to register
through the no-fee State system rather than the fee-based
federal system. Anglers still must register with the state
system even if already registered with the federal system.
Those who fish from a for-hire
party or charter fishing vessel that is registered with the
New Jersey Saltwater Recreational Registry Program are not required
to file for an individual registration.
To learn more
about the registry and register,
Important Update - Preliminary Maps:
The Preliminary Map information is now available
on the FEMA Region 2 Coastal Website:
The issuance of the Preliminary Flood Map is the next phase in the
process of adopted the new official Flood Insurance Rate Maps.
Also provided is a link to a municipal official’s PDF
presentation which provides
information regarding the
Rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy Building Safer and Stronger
Fact sheet, dated March, 2013, about the Biggert-Waters 2012
Sandy Living Expenses Voucher Program Delivers
Relief To New Jersey’s Working Families
The Christie Administration today announced a new
$57 million Sandy Housing and Rental Assistance Program(SHRAP), “The
Working Families Living Expenses Voucher Program.” The program will
provide housing stability for individuals and families impacted by Superstorm Sandy and ensure that affected households have items
essential for health and safety when they return to their home.
Page for Hurricane preparedness information.
Ocean County Costal Evacuation Map
In the event of an evacuation follow arrows on signs posted around town.
The Lavallette Police Department would like to notify any
resident who signed up to be on the "No Solicitation" List,
to please contact the police department to place your name
on the list. Unfortunately the list was not kept in digital
form at the time of Super Storm Sandy and was lost in the
storm. We apologize for this inconvenience, and encourage
all homeowners who wish to be on the "No Solicitation" list
to contact the Police Department to be placed on the list.
Protect yourself by learning how to spot a rip current so
you can stay safe at the beach this summer. Visit the Beach
Patrol page for information and videos on spotting a rip
current and keeping safe. Beach
Don't Feed The
White plastic bags are prohibited by ordinance to be left at
the curb for pickup. The gulls attack these bags easily and
create an unsanitary mess. Please use appropriate containers
with lids or dark colored, heavy gauge, plastic bags for
For your convenience, the
Lavallette Recycling Center located at the
Public Works Complex accepts regular
household waste from 7am to 2:45pm every day. Please
consider using this service to keep our streets and town
Manasquan to Barnegat Inlet Federal
Beachfill Crossover Plan
The NJ Department of Environmental Protection
has provided the Borough with the Federal Beachfill Crossover
Plan. Attached is a copy of the plan that includes the proposed
beach access points.
More detailed plans are
available to view at the Borough Hall Temporary Trailer
Lavallette Firehouse Parking Lot Trailer # 1
No Wake Zones
"No wake" is defined as "The slowest possible speed required in order to
maintain steerage and headway."
In New Jersey, it is unlawful to
operate any vessel or personal watercraft (PWC) at greater than "no wake"
speed when within 200 feet or less of docks, marinas, piers, or wharfs.
Vessel operators are responsible for any property damage caused by their
Remember to obey No Wake Zones in and out of the Borough
lagoons and surrounding bay front areas.
Prescription Drug Drop Off Sites
“Project Medicine Drop” is to encourage the public to discard
outdated or unused prescription medications. The drop boxes accept
solid pharmaceuticals such as pills, capsules, patches, inhalers,
and pet medications. They cannot accept syringes or liquids.
Ocean County Locations:
Seaside Heights Police
Toms River Police Department
More Info and Locations
Flushing unused medicines or throwing them down a sink contaminates waterways.
Residential / Commercial Debris
and Construction Material
The deadline for curb side pick
of all storm-damaged debris has passed. Pre-Sandy trash and recycling
rules are now in effect. All garbage shall be placed in dark – colored,
heavy – gauge plastic bags or metal, plastic or vinyl containers that
are designed for such purpose with handles and a tight lid. The container
shall be no more than fifty (50) gallons in volume. The lid may not
be attached in such a manner, such as tied with a rope, string or cord,
as to cause a hazard for municipal collection personnel. Garbage placed
for municipal collection shall not contain any of the designated recyclable
materials, materials resulting from demolition, construction or hazardous
waste. Recycling materials shall be place at curbside during your regularly-scheduled
recycling pick-up date. All materials resulting from demolition and
construction must be disposed of at the property owner’s expense. The
Borough will continue to accept clean beach sand. If you have not cleared
the sand from your property at this point you will need to contact the
Department of Public Works. The Department will inspect and provide
guidance on the sand removal and/or disposal on a case by case basis.
Repairs to Substantially Damaged Structures
If your home or business incurred damage,
the Construction Department will need to determine if your structure
has been substantially damaged. Substantially damaged means
the cost to make your necessary repairs will meet or exceed
50% of the value of the structure. In Lavallette, we use the
assessed value to make that determination.
If you structure is substantially damaged,
you may qualify for additional insurance money through the FEMA
Increased Cost of Compliance Program (ICC).
A form is attached for your reference
and will need to be completed and submitted to the Construction
Code Official in order for him to make the determination. Substantial
Caution should be exercised when submitting
this form. If a determination is made that your property did
sustain substantial damage (50% or more) you will be required,
along with the other needed repairs, to raise the structure
in compliance with the Borough’s flood hazard ordinance.
Also provided is a brochure relating
to the FEMA’s Cost of Compliance Program (ICC). ICC
Beach Buggy Permits
Available at Borough Hall Monday
- Friday 9am-4pm for rules, regulations, and application
Beach Access Opens Weekdays
September 16- October 1 Then 7 Days a week.
New E-Bills are now available for your utility bills.
E-Bills are available with or without AutoPay. The provided bills
include more account information then we can currently print on the
postcard size bills.