Daylight Savings Time,
Remember to Change Clocks & Smoke Detector Batteries.
Daylight Saving Time 2015 begins at 2:00 AM on Sunday, March
Batteries in battery-operated detectors should be changed twice a
year or whenever a detector “chirps” to signal low battery power.
35 Reconstruction Project
We have setup a page for updates and alerts, as we receive them
they will be posted to the
Reconstruction Project Page.
NJDOT Route 35
Hot Line: 732-230-7356
Important Update - Route 35
Roadway Reconstruction Project
The Borough has received notification from
Commissioner Jamie Fox of the New Jersey Department of
Transportation that highway reconstruction may be permitted to
continue throughout the Summer of 2015. Read
Visit the Rt35 Reconstruction Project Page
2015-2016 Borough Calendar
New Borough of Lavallette 2015-2016 will be mailed to your address on
file with the tax office sometime in March / April.
For upcoming events click here.
Reminder the calendar runs from
March to March
Aerobics Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 4pm
Tuesday, Thursday 9:15am - Union Church
Tai-Chi Tuesday 10am Lavallette First Aid Squad
Tuesday & Thursday 7:30pm Union Church
Zumba Monday 6pm Lavallette
Thursday Lavallette School 5:30pm.
Classes are $3 Donation Per-Person, Per-Class.
All vehicles must be removed from streets when roadway becomes snow
covered. Additional parking is available at the municipal parking lots located
at President Avenue and Bay Boulevard and Washington Avenue and Bay Boulevard.
Reminder to everyone to remove their vehicles to make plowing possible,
when the streets become snow covered.
Notice to New Jersey American
As part of a maintenance program for our water
distribution system, New Jersey American Water will temporarily
change the water treatment process at its Swimming River Water
Treatment Plant in Colts Neck and its Jumping Brook Water Treatment
Plant in Neptune from chloramines (a combination of ammonia and
chlorine) to free chlorine.
Home Elevation Contractors
signed a law requiring home elevation contractors to register with
the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs. The law defines home
elevation as raising an entire residential or non-commercial
structure to a higher level above the ground. The law requires that
persons who offer to perform, engage in or attempt to engage in the
business of home elevations are registered with the Division as
home elevation contractors, on and after October 1, 2014, and that
the registration is in effect and certified to when applying for a
permit to perform a home elevation.
National Flood Insurance Program
and Implementation of the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability
Act and the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Flood
Insurance Program (NFIP) is providing information on additional
steps underway to implement changes to the program as a result of
the 2012 and 2014 flood insurance reform legislation. The guidance
on the changes being implemented will bring rates into compliance
with the new laws beginning April 1, 2015.
Beach Buggy Permits
Lavallette Borough Hall Temporary Trailer
- Friday 9am-4pm for rules, regulations, and application
Beach Access Open Weekdays
September 16 - October 1 Then 7 Days a week.
Lavallette Recreation Bus Trip
To New York City
Saturday April 18, 2015
Bus Leaves Washington Ave Bay Front Parking Lot 8am and leaves the
city at 6pm
Call 732-793-5160 to
reserve your seat $13 for residents $15 non-resident.
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. More
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
of Lavallette Flags
Borough of Lavallette flags are
available for purchase at
Lavallette Borough Hall Temporary Trailer
for $25 each.
Your feedback is appreciated to continually make
The Borough of Lavallette website more useful, and user friendly.
Please take a moment to submit your feedback on the Borough of
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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.
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.
Remember to Register Dogs & Cats
and dogs must be re-licensed every year, licenses are good for the calendar
year, and can not be issued unless the current rabies vaccination is good
through October 31st of the the calendar year, please bring rabies certification.
See cashier at Borough Hall for License's.