- Ashley Bromiley
Coronavirus Update – Water Meters
Due to Covid-19 and the looming deadline for the meter project, the Water Department will be changing how the meters will be purchased. Homeowners will no longer be able to pick-up meters @ 13000 Long Beach Blvd. Homeowners will have to call, email or fax information to the Water Department in advance. The Water Department will then deliver the meter to the doorstep of the home. Homeowners must be able to receive the meter at this time. We will only be able to make the sales via credit card or check until further notice. Checks will need to be picked-up at the time of the delivery and should be placed at the doorstep. Please remember to keep 6 feet of distance from our employees at all times and no physical contact. Please be patient with this process as we expect high call volume and busy delivery routes.
Phone (609) 492-6314
Fax (609) 492-1015
In addition, the Water Dept. is suspending meter activations inside of homes until further notice. We will continue to activate water meters in open crawl spaces and meter pits. As a reminder- if you have had your meter installed in a crawl space or meter pit, please call to have your meter activated during this time.
During normal business hours, please call the Water/Sewer Department at (609) 361-6669 for any emergencies prior to calling a plumber.
In the event it is not a Township problem, then call a plumber.
For after hours water/sewer emergencies (nights, weekends, and holidays), please call the Long Beach Township Police Department at (609) 494-3322.
- Courtney Palughi
New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Financing Program
Construction of upgrades and improvements to Brant Beach Water Treatment Plant were financed by the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Financing Program (NJEIFP). The NJEIFP is a State Revolving Fund program jointly administered by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust (Trust) and uses a combination of funds provided by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the DEP, and the Trust to provide very low interest loans to borrowers for environmental infrastructure projects.
This project will provide water quality benefits for residents and businesses in the Brant Beach area.
State Revolving Fund programs around the nation provide states and communities the resources necessary to maintain and improve the infrastructure protecting our valuable water resources nationwide.