Category Archives: NEWS > Ocean Township

September 03

72nd ALLENHURST OCEAN DYE, SUNDAY (SEPT. 6): “LONGEST-RUNNING EVENT OF ITS KIND IN THE COUNTRY”

What began in Asbury Park 72 years ago as a spontaneous celebration continues in Allenhurst as the most popular beach day of the season – the annual dyeing of the ocean green. “My grandfather, Bob Fountain who owned the Bubble Land amusement ride in Asbury Park started the ocean dyeing in 1943 to celebrate my […]

August 18

RIP CURRENT DANGER “HIGH”: TIPS TO RECOGNIZE & SURVIVE

In partnership with NOAA, the NJ Sea Grant Consortium shared tips to identify and survive rip currents along the Jersey Shore coastline…

July 28

“DIPPING” UP TO SIX TIMES: LIST OF THE 10 HIGHEST PAID LOCAL PUBLIC EMPLOYEES MAY SURPRISE YOU

Three of the highest-paid local government employees hold five or more jobs and not one of them is a woman…

April 23

OCEAN TWP. RESIDENTS: HAS YOUR VOTING LOCATION CHANGED? CHECK HERE

Via Monmouth County press release… District #  –  FORMER polling location  >>>  is NOW HERE: 8 – Wanamassa School >>> The English Manor 10 – Wanamassa School >>> Ocean Twp. Municipal Building 12 – Wayside Methodist Church >>> St. George Greek Orthodox Church 13 – Ocean Twp. Intermediate School >>> St. George Greek Orthodox Church […]

April 21

OCEAN TWP. COMMUNITY SPRING/SUMMER CALENDAR: 25 ACTIVITIES

Twenty-five activities for Ocean Township residents…

April 16

OCEAN TWP. RESIDENTS SAVE THE DATE: “MEET AND HEAR DIRECTLY FROM CANDIDATES”

The Friends of Deal Lake (FoDL) is proud to announce it’s first-ever FoDL’s 2015 Ocean Township Council Candidate Forum…

April 16

ALERTS FROM OCEAN TWP. POLICE KEEP RESIDENTS, ERR…. ALERT (2014)

Residents who subscribe to the Nixle or Twitter alerts will receive all official press releases, traffic information, crime prevention tips, police advisories and severe weather information enhanced with current images. Both platforms are free of charge.

March 24

WANAMASSA HOMEOWNERS MAKE HISTORIC ROSS FENTON FARM DISCOVERY (2012)

Wanamassa residents found a 50+ year-old relic from Ross-Fenton Farm…