Departments & Offices

Water & Sewer Operations and Repairs

Department of Public Works
1201 Barnegat Avenue
Seaside Park, NJ 08752
Contact: Joshua Fox
Water Superintendent
732-793-5100 ex 302

2024 Consumer Confidence Report

Download the 2024 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.

2023 Seaside Park Lead Service Line Inventory

The NJDEP requires the Borough of Seaside Park to maintain a material inventory of all its service lines in its water system.  The Borough shares ownership of these service lines with the homeowner.  The Borough is responsible for the water line from the water main to the curb line.  Homeowners are responsible for the water line from the curb line to the structure.  In an effort to help maintain this NJDEP requirement, we ask that you contact the Seaside Park Water Department at 732-793-1240 or email  if you know your service line material.   



Winter Prep Notice


Some residents may have received solicitation for water line service responsibility insurance coverage.  Please be aware this is not sponsored or sanctioned by the Borough of Seaside Park.  Homeowners should do their due diligence to see if this service is right for them.


Water/Sewer Disconnect/Installation Form

 Tips for saving water inside your home

Source: Handbook of Water Use and
Conservation, Amy Vickers

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

  • Check regularly for any leaks in your toilet, faucets and water hose bibs and fix them.
  • Install a low-flow showerhead.
  • Replace older, larger-use toilets with the newer higher efficiency toilets.
  • Take short showers and save the baths for special occasions.

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

  • Wash only full loads in the dishwasher. An efficient dishwasher usually uses much less water than washing dishes by hand.
  • Install a low-flow faucet aerator, which can cut water use in half.
  • When buying a new dishwasher, consider purchasing a water-saving model. (New models use up to 25 percent less water than older ones.)

Around the house

  • Wash only full loads in the clothes washer. Washing small loads uses over twice as much water per pound of laundry.
  • When buying a new clothes washer, consider purchasing a water-saving model.
  • Insulate hot water pipes where possible to avoid long delays (and wasted water) while waiting for the water to “run hot.” When building a new home, keep the distance short between the hot water heater and showers and other places that hot water is used.

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