Building Department -
Trailer 2 Lavallette Fire House Parking
125 Washington Avenue
The Building Department is open from 8:00am-4:00pm Monday Through Friday
Inspector Office Hours Vary Please See Below
Mailing Address: Lavallette
1306 Grand Central Avenue
Lavallette, NJ 08735
The Building Department, Zoning Department, and Planning
Board offices are
located in a trailer in the firehouse parking lot. Monday - Friday 8am-3pm.
Hurricane Sandy Restoration
The Building department is requiring permits for repair work due to hurricane sandy.
All inspections are done through the Lavallette Building Department.
Building Department Inspections
Ken Kiseli, Construction Official
Office Hours: Monday - Friday - 1:30pm to 4:00pm.
Mike Quigley, Plumbing Inspector
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 7:30am to 11:30am.
Douglas Erb, Electrical Inspector
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 12:00pm to 4:00pm.
James Terry Moore, Fire Inspector
Office Hours: Wednesday 1pm to 4pm.
Planning Board 732-250-8006
Joyce Deutsch - Secretary
Office Hours: Thursday* and Friday 10am to 4pm
*On Planning Board meeting dates the secretary will be in at 2:30pm.
More Information and Forms visit the Planning Board Page
- V Zone Design Certificate
- Substantial Damage Form
- Demolition Checklist and Information
- More Forms
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 Damage Form
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.
New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Division of Codes and Standards
New Jersey Uniform Construction Code order form through the State of New Jersey
Construction Permit Application Packet & Related Forms
Home Improvement Contractor Registration:
Attention: As of January 1, 2006, all home improvement contractors, unless specifically exempted, must be registered with the State of New Jersey. As defined by the statute, a home improvement contractor is anyone who engages in the business of making or selling home improvements including remodeling, altering, renovating, repairing, restoring, modernizing, moving, and/or demolishing. Application forms are available either in the Construction Office or from the State. Please note: The Township is forbidden by law to issue a construction permit to any home improvement contractor who is required to be registered and is not registered. For more information about home improvement contractor registration follow the link below.