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Departments & Offices

Public Works

Location:
Department of Public Works
1201 Barnegat Avenue
Seaside Park, NJ 08752
Contact:
Joseph Walker
JWalker@seasideparknj.org
732-793-5100

2014 Consumer Confidence Report

Download the 2014 Consumer Confidence Report here.  You may also pick up a paper copy at the Seaside Park Borough Hall (1701 North Ocean Avenue) and at the Building & Code Enforcement Office (4th & Central Avenue).  Please call 732-793-5100 for more information or with any questions you may have.

Well #10 Construction Notice

Beginning on Monday, October 4th, 2010, the Borough of Seaside Park will begin drilling a replacement well on Decatur Avenue between Lake Avenue and North Bayview Avenue.

The drilling process itself will take approximately 6 to 8 weeks.  This work must be done and we know there will be inconveniences along the way.  There will be disturbance to the lot on Decatur Avenue in proximity to the water tower and current wellhouse.  There will also be a short time when work will last 24 hrs.   We apologize for any and all inconveniences.  We will try to keep this to a minimum.

Please call Joseph Walker at 732-793-5100 ext 302 if you have any questions or concerns.

“ROUTE 35 CONSTRUCTION ALERT!!”

2012 Consumer Confidence Report

Feasibility Study/Conceptual Plan and Basis of Design Report Borough of Seaside Park Water Distribution and Sanitary Sewer Improvements (Large File 35MB)

Tips for saving water inside your home


Source: Handbook of Water Use and
Conservation, Amy Vickers

Bathroom
Bathroom use accounts for about 75 percent of the water used inside the home.

Kitchen
About 8 percent of in-home water use takes place in the kitchen.

Around the house

Take an online tour to learn ways to save water in each area of your home.

Pet Waste and What You Can Do.

Clean and plentiful water is important to our families, our environment, our economy and our quality of life.

Did you know that animal waste from pets can pollute our waters? When left on the ground, pet waste is washed by rain and melting snow and ice into storm drains that carry it to our rivers, lakes, the ocean and drinking water.

Animal waste contains a high concentration of nutrients as well as bacteria and disease-causing microorganisms that can cause problems.

What you can do
Pet owners or anyone who takes your pet for walks must properly dispose of the waste by picking it up, wrapping it and either placing it in the trash or flushing it unwrapped down the toilet.
Your municipality is required to adopt and enforce local pet-waste laws. At a minimum, your community must require that pet owners or their keepers immediately and properly dispose of their pet’s solid waste deposited on any public or private property not owned or possessed by that person.

People with assistance animals such as Seeing Eye dogs are exempt.
Make sure you know what your municipality requires – and follow it.

Thank you for doing your part to keep New Jersey’s
waters clean.