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Borough of Seaside Park

Mission Statement

The Seaside Park Office of Emergency Management holds the lead role in the borough when preparing for and directing response to major emergencies and disasters, both natural and man-made. The measures applied are an "All Hazards" emphasis reflecting Mitigation, Preparedness, Recovery, and Response programs.

The Seaside Park Office of Emergency Management works closely with all agencies (Public & Private) before, during and after emergencies and disasters. Our mission is to promote the common goal of protecting the property and lives of all residents within the geographical limits of the borough and, whenever necessary, beyond said scope, against any enemy or natural disaster for the preservation of our Local and National Security.


All other questions, inquiries, general info: Seaside Park Police Department (732) 793-8000

Coordinator - Chief F. Larkin Assistant Coordinator - Lieutenant J. Boag

Alerts / Announcements

Posted December 23, 2015

The Seaside Park Office of Emergency Management is forwarding the below message and attachments for your information and awareness.




The United States experiences extreme and dangerous weather, and this winter, parts of the U.S. face a particularly severe threat. Forecasts are showing a soon-to-peak El Niño that could deliver drenching conditions to California and throughout the South. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has developed fact sheets on El Niño available at NOAA El Niño Impacts by region and the Winter Outlook is available at NOAA El Niño Winter Outlook. These predicted conditions come with an enhanced flood threat and an increase in tornado activity through the spring.

For the next several months, many areas in the United States are at an increased flood risk from El Niño as a direct result of drought and wildfires. Disasters don’t always occur when families are together in one place. Now is the time to put together a family communication plan and talk with your family about ways to contact each other during an emergency, and designate a safe meeting spot. You can also plan ahead by knowing official evacuation routes, and keeping important papers in a safe, waterproof place. Additional tips and resources on how to stay safe and prepare are available at

More information is available about El Niño here are some key federal agency links:



NOAA El Niño Regional Impact


NOAA El Niño Winter Outlook


El Niño Historical Info



FEMA Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) Fact Sheet


Individual and Community Preparedness Division Resources

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Emergency Response and Advanced Measures Fact Sheet

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)


Rural Development Rural Utility Services Fact Sheet


Resources Related to Severe Weather and Flood Hazards Posed by El Niño

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)


Disaster Recovery Toolkit


Rebuild Healthy Homes Guide

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)


USGS Water Data Collection and Resources for Emergency Management

• Weather Resources •

Current NE Radar Loop

NWS Watches / Warnings

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National Weather Service Sterling, VAZoom

National Weather Service Wakefield, VA

National Hurricane Center

Current Weather

Current conditions at
Robert J. Miller Air Park (KMJX)
Lat: 39.93 Lon: -74.29 Elev: 82ft.
  • Fair
  • 75°F
  • 23°C
Humidity 84%
Wind Speed E 3 mph
Barometer 30.05 in
Dewpoint 70°F (21°C )
Visibility 10.00 mi
Wednesday Icon Mostly Sunny 81°F Thursday Icon Chance Showers then Slight Chance Showers 79°F Friday Icon Sunny 77°F Saturday Icon Mostly Sunny 75°F Sunday Icon Mostly Sunny 75°F

Current Tides

Barnegat Bay
StationId: 8533135
Date Day Time Height
08/31 Wed 05:52 AM -0.01 L
08/31 Wed 11:26 AM 0.43 H
08/31 Wed 05:59 PM 0.0 L
08/31 Wed 11:41 PM 0.46 H
09/01 Thu 06:35 AM -0.01 L
09/01 Thu 12:10 PM 0.44 H
09/01 Thu 06:45 PM 0.0 L
Atlantic Ocean
StationId: 8533071
Date Day Time Height
08/31 Wed 01:15 AM -0.12 L
08/31 Wed 07:16 AM 4.91 H
08/31 Wed 01:22 PM 0.04 L
08/31 Wed 07:31 PM 5.27 H
09/01 Thu 01:58 AM -0.15 L
09/01 Thu 08:00 AM 5.0 H
09/01 Thu 02:08 PM 0.04 L
09/01 Thu 08:13 PM 5.2 H

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Additional Resources

Ocean County Evacuation Routes

Ocean County Evacuation Routes
Emergency Preparedness Guidance

Emergency Preparedness Guidance from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security