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Borough of Barnegat Light-


Welcome to the Borough of Barnegat Light Barnegat Light is situated on the northern tip of Long Beach Island. We are a quaint, family oriented seashore town. We have something to offer to everyone. The Barnegat Lighthouse State Park is a popular destination for climbing the lighthouse, picnicking and fishing. We offer beautiful spacious beaches, […]

April 21, 2022




LBT Field Station 31222


Our mission is to offer an immersive and experiential facility, that will go beyond simple education. The hands-on programming we will develop and implement will inspire behavior change and show the value of our coastal heritage.

March 16, 2022


Loveladies Homeowners Association – Taxpayers Association


Through the Association you have an opportunity to meet and interact with your neighbors who have similar interests and concerns.

August 22, 2021


Surf City Taxpayer Association


Our Mission: Established in 1986, the Surf City Taxpayer Association (SCTA) is a non-profit, non-partisan, volunteer group of individuals dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all residents, visitors, and taxpayers of Surf City, through the following: • Facilitating communication between taxpayers and town officials • Organizing and executing Borough-wide civic and social activities […]


Holgate Taxpayers Association


The HTA was founded in July of 1959 by a group of interested and concerned residents. The original name of the organization was the Beach Haven Inlet Taxpayer’s Association. The HTA provides a means of communication and information for property owners while monitoring the local governing body. We host an annual meeting with the township […]



Long Beach Township – Flood Awareness – 020621rlbi1


Flood Information – A wealth of information including flood awareness, regulations, preparedness, and insurance.

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Report on coastal storm and flood risk in the North Atlantic region of the United States


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers today released to the public a report detailing the results of a two-year study to address coastal storm and flood risk to vulnerable populations, property, ecosystems, and infrastructure in the North Atlantic region of the United States affected by Hurricane Sandy in October, 2012.

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August 25, 2019


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