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Welcome to Berkeley Township! Our newly designed website provides residents, and visitors, information about our ever-growing township and gives an overview of the functions of municipal government Click HERE for our suggestion/Feedback page.   More...

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Press Releases

Memorial Day Events

  • Sunday May 28th, the Berkeley Shores Homeowners’ and Civic Association will be having their Annual Memorial Day Commemoration and Blessing of the Fleet at noon near the Amherst inlet.
  • Sunday May 28th, the Silver / Holiday VFW Post 10185 will hold their Memorial Day Ceremony at the Silver Ridge Park West Clubhouse at 1:00 pm
  • Monday May 29th, the Bayville VFW Post 9503 will be conducting their annual Memorial Day Ceremony at 11:00 am in the Grove behind the VFW Post on Veterans Blvd in Bayville.
  • RECYCLING GENERATES REVENUE

    RECYCLING GENERATES $30,685 IN REVENUE FOR BERKELEY TOWNSHIP - Mayor Amato is pleased to report during the six month period between July 1, 2016 through Dec. 31, 2016, Berkeley Township collected 2,210 tons of recyclables as part of our Recycling Revenue Sharing program with Ocean County. The payout per ton for this period was $13.88. Berkeley Township received AS ITS SHARE, $30,685 in revenue. Out of the 33 Towns in Ocean County, Berkeley Township was the 6th highest in revenue generated.

    The 2,210 tons of recycling is up 25% from the same time frame just three years ago. I know as a community we can do better. As a reminder, we converted to Single Stream Recycling a few years ago. This means that Bottles & Cans; Newspaper; Mixed Paper; Cardboard all go in the same container.

    Acceptable Bottles: Plastic containers where the neck is smaller than the base of the container i.e. beverage, shampoo, laundry detergent, milk jugs, condiments. Cans: aluminum, steel, tin and empty aerosol cans. Paper: newspapers, mixed papers, corrugated cardboard.

    Keep in mind for every ton we recycle we save $81.00 in tipping fees at the landfill. In return we receive 50% of the profits from the County in recycling revenue. Let’s all “pitch in” and do our part to recycle, reduce land fill costs and generate additional revenue for Berkeley Township! .....Click Here for Recycling Guidelines

    PUBLIC HEARING SOUTH SEASIDE PARK
    NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN REVISIONS

    TAKE NOTICE that on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 6:00 p.m., the Berkeley Township Planning Board will conduct a public hearing on proposed amendments to the Neighborhood Plan for South Seaside Park, to .....Click Here for the Full Notice

    .....Click Here for the Revised Plan

    Pay Your Property Taxes Online

    Mayor Amato announces that property owners in Berkeley Township will now be able to pay your property taxes online. There will be a minimal service charge that the bank charges for the service.

  • Click Here to look up your taxes and pay them online
  • MAYOR AMATO ANNOUNCES THE RETURN
    2017 SOUNDS OF SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

    Mayor Carmen F. Amato, Jr. is proud to announce the Sounds of Summer Concert Series will return to Veterans Park this summer. .........More

    The first fundraiser, The Annual Mayor’s Golf Outing, is scheduled for June 1st. If you’re interested in being a sponsor or playing in the golf outing, you can contact Berkeley Recreation at: 732-269-4456.

    2017 FARMERS MARKET

    Berkeley Township Farmers Market begins May 30th and is looking for vendors for the upcoming 2017 season!!! We are looking for food truck/lunch vendors and other vendors that go along with our natural, organic/GMO free theme. Please email Councilman Guadagno or call the Berkeley Township Rec Center at 732-269-4456 if interested. The Market will be open from 10am to 5 pm this year.

    New Jersey Veterans Guide

    The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs have assembled a guide which is full of this valuable information. I am extremely grateful for all of our Military Service Personnel and our Veterans who have served our Country. I want to make sure every veteran is aware and receiving the benefits and services they are entitled to. Click Here for the NJ Veterans Benefits Guide

    Report a Pothole

    Mayor Amato would like residents to report any potholes by using the form below. Due to the harsh winter season we experience we realize that it creates numerous potholes throughout the Townships 271 miles of Roads. The Public Works Department is asking your help to let us know where these trouble spots are. Click here to report the pothole location

    FEMA & FLOOD Information
    IMPORTANT FEMA LINKS
  • FEMA Website
  • Know Your Flood Hazard
  • What is My BFE (Base Flood Elevation)
  • FEMA Flood Hazard Resource Map
  • FEMA Region II Coastal Analysis and Mapping
  • Notice to Residents
  • Understanding Flood Information
  • Community Flood Hazard Brochure
  • www.floodsmart.gov
  • Information regarding the National Flood Insurance Program

    Insure Your Property for Your Flood Hazard
  • NFIP Website
  • FEMA ICC Brochure
  • Protecting Yourself from the Hazard
  • Evacuation Routes Map.
  • Flood Safety Precautions
  • Sign up for Text Message & Email Emergency Notifications Via Nixle

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    Protect your Property from the Hazard
  • Mitigation and flood insurance
  • Build Responsibly
  • Flood Elevation Certificate & Instructions
  • FEMA's Building Code Resources
  • Additional information for elevating homes
  • NJ DCA Division of Codes Webpage
  • Floodplain Permit Checklist
  • Floodplain Permit Application
  • Protect Natural Floodplain Hazards
  • Protecting Floodplain Resources - A Guidebook for Communities
  • Real-time Graphs and Gages
  • USGS Tide Gage
  • CONTACTS

  • NJ Floodplain Management Services:
  • John H. Moyle/Joseph Ruggeri, PE, CFM 609-292-2296
  • Ocean County Soil Conservation District:
  • Christine Raabe, Director 609-971-7002
  • Township CRS Coordinator:
  • Ray Laliberte 732-244-7400 ext 1212, Jamison Zimmerman 732-286-9220
  • Township Construction Official:
  • Anthiony Cirz 732-244-7400 ext 1215
  • Township Code Enforcement Officer:
  • Ken Anderson 732-244-7400 ext 1237
  • Office of Emergency Management:
  • Police Chief Karin DiMichele (732) 914-8966
  • FEMA Regional Office: (212) 680-3600
  • Calendar of Events
    View the interactive Calendar of events.
    Emergency Management & Weather
    Click for Bayville, New Jersey Forecast Local Weather for Berkeley Township, NJ
    View the Emergency Management page.