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JCP&L Register for Programs to Keep Informed During Upcoming Spring and Summer Storm Seasons
JCP&L customers who use electrically operated life support equipment or depend on private well water can register their account with the company to get updates on potential interruptions to their electric service, such as weather-related outages during the summer storm season.
JCP&L maintains a critical care list of customers who depend on electrically operated life support equipment. To be included on this list, every year customers must complete and submit an authorization form signed by their physician. The list is used to contact customers should an outage affect their electric service for more than 24 hours. JCP&L also has a list of homes and businesses that depend on electrically operated private wells for water. These customers also are notified if a power outage is expected to affect their electric service for more than 24 hours, in which case they would be advised of locations where water and ice are available. Both the critical care customer and private well customer lists are provided to county and municipal Offices of Emergency Management. To receive additional information and register accounts for the programs call 1-800-662-3115.
ALERT FROM NJ AMERICAN WATER
As of March 4, 2015 at 7am, NJ American Water crews are currently flushing fire hydrants along Osborne Avenue, Cedar Drive, South Bay Avenue, Warren Place, Wyndam Drive, Birch Place, Evergreen Drive, Twilight Road, Western Avenue, and Bridge Avenue in Bay Head to clear up discolored water reported in your area. While crews are flushing hydrants you may experience a reduction in pressure. Once crews have completed flushing, if you are still experiencing any discoloration, open a cold water faucet from the closest point where the water pipe enters the property and allow the water to flow for approximately 5 to 10 minutes. Repeat this flushing step once or twice within an hour as necessary until the water clears. In the event of an emergency, or if you have a health condition that could be affected by a change in water supply, please call NJ American Water to speak to a customer service representative.
Bay Head Borough 2015 Introduced Budget (pdf)More
2015 Bulk Pickup Dates
Please be advised that Bulk Pick Up dates will be on Monday, June 1st and Monday, October 5th, 2015.
Message from the NJ Poison Information & Education System
The New Jersey Poison Information and Education System, also known as the NJ Poison Center, responds to calls for help from residents who fear their exposure to a particular substance is poisonous. Most poisoning emergencies involve substances commonly found around the home: medicines (prescription, over-the-counter, or dietary/herbal), household cleaning supplies, and cosmetics. More than half of all reported poison exposures involve children under the age of six. Although the majority of nonfatal poisonings occur in young children, the majority of fatal poisonings (deaths) occur in adults. If you ever have a poison related concern, never hesitate to contact the NJ Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222. The center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Fire Company Tee Shirt Contest (pdf)
The Bay Head Fire Company invites you to submit original art work for consideration as the official 2015 Clambake Tee Shirt.More
Important Storm Related Message from JCP&L
JCP&L has activated its storm restoration plan in anticipation of the developing winter weather conditions and forecasts for snow, sleet and freezing rain in portions of its service area.
Crews from other FirstEnergy operating companies as well as contractor crews are being mobilized to assist with restoration efforts if needed. Arrangements have been made to move crews to northern New Jersey where icing conditions are expected to occur.
Customers who are without power are encouraged to call 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877) to report their outage or click the “Report Outage” link on www.firstenergycorp.com. In the event of severe weather, customers should immediately report downed wires to their utility or their local police or fire department. Customers should never go near a downed power line, even if they think it is no longer carrying electricity. Extra caution should be used in areas where downed lines are tangled in trees or other debris.
JCP&L Winter Storm and Cold Weather Tips
Please check here for helpful information from JCP&L regarding storms and cold weather.More
Changes to Water Treatment Process
As part of a maintenance program for its 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. The treatment change will begin the week of January 19, 2015 and last through April.More
Annual Financial Statement 2014 (pdf)More
Please review the precautions that Ocean County is taking to protect the health and safety of its residents from the Ebola Virus. A copy of the County's press release and others can be found by visiting the Ocean County Health Department website.More
Latest Update on Enterovirus D-68
This is the latest information from the New Jersey Department of Health.More
Property Owners Easment (pdf)More
New Building Rendering and Site Plan
Check out the new building rendering and the new site plan. The result of the new bids.More
Winter Garbage Pick Up Schedule
As of October 1st all properties will be picked up Monday and Thursday. If you are missed please call Suburban at 800 339-1757.
Helpful Phone Numbers and Web Addresses
Residents who need assistance from government agencies can contact the following:
- NJ Department of Community Affairs - 855-SANDYHM (home loans and grants)
- NJ Economic Development Authority - 855-SANDYBZ (business loans and grants)
Seawall Mitigates Hurricane Sandy's Impacts (pdf)More
Notice from the Bay Head Police Dept. - Please Lock Your Car
NJ Public Advocate Tenant RightsMore
JCP&L Employees Always Carry Identification
FEMA - Letter of Map Amendment and Letter of Map ChangesMore
EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM - REGISTER NOWMore
Dune Reference Line (pdf)More
Attention Senior Citizens!More
Christie Administration To Host Sandy Recovery Mobile Cabinets Next Week In Ocean County - Posted June 24, 2013
Flood Insurance Rate Helpline Available (pdf) - Posted June 19, 2013
What you need to Know About FEMA's New Flood Maps (pdf) - Posted June 19,2 013
Beach Replenishment Information - Posted June 13, 2013
Letter from the Mayor - May 9, 2013 (pdf)
Beach Easement (pdf)
Letter from NJDEP Explaining Easements (pdf)
Has your home been damaged by Superstorm Sandy? Help is available for primary homeowners through the “reNewJersey Stronger” housing initiative. There are two programs and homeowners are encouraged to apply for BOTH programs. There are three ways to apply:
By Phone: 1-855-SANDY-HM
In-Person: There are nine housing recovery centers in the nine most affected counties.
Check the website for all nine listings.
FLOOD INSURANCE AND MITIGATION HELPLINE IS NOW AVAILABLE
TRENTON, NJ ─ New Jersey residents with questions about the National Flood Insurance Program and mitigation techniques have a helpline to call to get the most up-to-date information.
The number is 1-877-287-9804 for people who need information about flood insurance, the latest maps, or other mitigation topics and issues. Policyholders with questions or concerns about their claims may also speak with NFIP specialists.
The helpline operates from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Additional information is available at www.floodsmart.gov.
Opening Saturday: Housing Recovery Centers for
reNew Jersey Stronger Housing Grant Programs
Beginning at 8 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, June 8, Housing Recovery Centers will open in each of the nine counties most impacted by Superstorm Sandy.
Eligible homeowners whose primary residences were damaged or destroyed in the storm can visit the Housing Recovery Centers to apply in-person for two reNew Jersey Stronger housing grants: the Homeowner Resettlement Program and the Homeowner Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) Program.
Sandy-impacted homeowners DO NOT NEED to come to the Housing Recovery Centers if they previously applied to the reNew Jersey Stronger grant programs online or over the phone. Instead, applicants who previously applied will be contacted in the next few weeks about the status of their application(s) and any additional steps that they must take.
The Ocean County Housing Recovery Center will open tomorrow at 8 a.m. and is located at 750 Vassar Avenue, Suite 1 Lakewood, NJ. The center is open 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm.
For more information regarding the reNew Jersey Stronger housing grants, including eligibility information and application instructions, and to apply online, please visit www.renewjerseystronger.org.
The DCA Superstorm Sandy Housing Assistance hotline is also open at 1-855-SANDYHM (1-855-726-3946)to answer any questions you may have about the application process and to help you apply.
What you Need to Know About "reNew Jersey Stronger"
The Christie Administration’s Launch of “reNew Jersey Stronger” Housing Assistance Initiative Makes $780 Million Available for Homeowners Impacted by Super Storm Sandy
Marking a major step forward in the recovery from Super Storm Sandy, the Christie Administration last week launched the “reNew Jersey Stronger” housing assistance initiative that makes $780 million dollars in grants available to homeowners impacted by the storm. The grants are designed to encourage homeowners to resettle in their primary residences and help them reconstruct, rehabilitate, elevate and mitigate their homes.
Bay Head has been instructed to inform our residents who wish to elevate or have property acquired to follow the below directions.
All elevations will run through NJ Dept. of Community Affairs (NJDCA) State run elevation process (combination of CDBG and HMGP funding). Please advise all of your residents who expressed interest in elevations, to contact and register with NJDCA at: www.sandyhelp.nj.gov
The state has also set up two hotlines:
855-SANDYHM (855-726-3946) for homeowners
855-SANDYBZ (855-726-3929) for business owners
The website and hotlines should answer all homeowner questions regarding elevations.
NEW GRANT OPPORTUNTIES FOR SANDY VICTIMS
The Christie Administration has just launched the “reNew Jersey Stronger” housing assistance initiative that makes $780 million dollars in grants available to homeowners impacted by the storm. The grants are designed to encourage homeowners to resettle in their primary residences and help them reconstruct, rehabilitate, elevate and mitigate their homes. Please carefully review the chart below and note that the application deadline is July 1, 2013. Additional information can be found at www.renewjerseystronger.org
, phone 1-855-SANDYHM (1-855-726-3946), or in person at Sandy Housing Assistance Centers around New Jersey that will be open starting June 8th.
It has come to the attention of the Borough that various blogs and newsletters are being distributed to constituents which may purport to be an official publication of the municipality. PLEASE NOTE that the ONLY official internet communications of the Borough of Bay Head are those made through this website. Moreover, the only official and Council-approved minutes from all Council Meetings are those posted to this website and are available the month after the meeting was held.
Important Natural Gas Information
As you know, many homeowners in your municipality are trying to sort out their rebuilding and house-raising requirements, including what they need to do with their natural gas service lines. To assist our customers, we have posted the following new page on our web site that contains important information about service turn-offs and retirements due to Sandy damage:
New Jersey Natural Gas would like to enlist your assistance in sharing this resource with your affected homeowners. If possible, could you please post it in the appropriate place on your municipal web site and provide it to each appropriate permit applicant? We would welcome any additional ways you think it would be beneficial to share this information, and if we can be helpful in this regard, please do not hesitate to let me know.
The New Jersey Department of Health today released Mold Guidelines for New Jersey Residents pamphlet created to provide direction to residents on addressing mold in homes in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. The guidelines were developed to better inform homeowners on how to ensure their homes are cleaned and remediated properly to avoid mold problems now and in the future. They were developed with feedback from state and federal partners as well as environmental health advocacy organizations
Molds can cause staining of walls and ceilings and can affect building components causing property damage. Exposure to mold can cause nasal and throat irritation, coughing or wheezing, eye irritation, or, in some cases, skin irritation. The pamphlet addresses a number of topics including mold-related health concerns, how to inspect for mold and tools and techniques for clean-up. If you would like a copy of the pamphlet, please call 609-826-4950. In addition, residents can also call 609-826-4950 to speak with the Department's Environmental and Occupation Health Assessment Program staff about mold removal questions.
CHRISTIE ADMINISTRATION FILES RULE PACKAGE ESTABLISHING
NEW ELEVATION STANDARD FOR NEW JERSEY
Action uses latest FEMA Elevation Standards to Ensure Resiliency in
Future Storms and Protect Residents from Rising Flood Insurance Costs
Click here for press release.
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