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4.24.2014

Mayor Ducey Statement Regarding Governor Christie’s Town Hall Meeting in Brick Township

Mayor John G. Ducey released the following statement regarding Governor Chris Christie's Town Hall held today at Lake Riviera Middle School:

“I would like to thank Governor Christie for hosting a town hall meeting in Brick Township.  We were one of the communities most affected by Super Storm Sandy and the Governor’s...


4.21.2014

Shade Tree Commission to Distribute Tree Seedlings on Arbor Day

In observation of Arbor Day and in an effort to encourage residents to plant trees, the Brick Township Shade Tree Commission will be distributing tree seedlings on April 25, 2014 from 10am until 5pm at the Visitation Relief Center, Mantoloking Road.  The tree seedlings are free and will be distributed on...


4.10.2014

BRICK RECREATION IS TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THE 2014 SENIOR PROM

Mayor John G. Ducey, the Township Council and Brick Township Public Schools invite Brick’s senior citizen community members to enjoy the free 2014 Senior Citizen Prom on Friday, May 2 from 6-10 PM at Lake Riviera Middle School, 171 Beaverson Boulevard.

National Honor Society students from Brick Township High School and Brick Memorial High School again come together...


3.31.2014

PRELIMINARY FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAPS HAVE BEEN RELEASED FOR OCEAN COUNTY

The National Flood Insurance Program has officially release Ocean County’s Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps, also called FIRMs.  These maps were developed from the Preliminary Working Flood Maps that have been in effect since June 2013. 

The Preliminary FIRMs will replace the Preliminary Working Maps and will  be used to determine flood zones...


3.26.2014

FEMA Changes Flood Zone Classification for over 50 Structures in Township

In response to appeals from the Township of Brick, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region 2 has removed over fifty structures from the V-Zone designation on their Preliminary Work Maps. The Maps are utilized by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to determine flood insurance rates.

“I want to applaud the Township Engineering Department and Flood...


3.24.2014

Online Registration Now Available for Parks and Recreation Programs

Residents can now register online for Brick Township Parks and Recreation programs, events and activities.  Residents can also use Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards for online and in person registrations. “The expansion of the use of credit cards is one of the initiatives included in...


3.18.2014

Sustainable Jersey Grant to Help Relief Center

Sustainable Jersey representatives announced last week that Brick Township has been awarded a Sustainable Jersey Small Grant. Mayor John G. Ducey says Brick is one of just eight municipalities in New Jersey to receive a Sustainable Jersey Small Grant at the $10,000 level. “This funding from the outstanding Sustainable Jersey organization is a tremendous resource to the township and...


3.11.2014

Mayor Announces Pothole Repair Program

With winter nearing its end, Mayor John G. Ducey is pleased to announce that he has created the Brick Township Pot Hole Repair Program to address the problem of potholes on neighborhood streets. “This winter, particularly the past two months, has been one of the harshest in memory. ...


3.10.2014

Mayor’s In Night to be Held on March 11

Mayor John G. Ducey is proud to announce that his next Mayor In Night event will be held on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 6pm at the Brick Township Municipal Building.  Citizens will have the opportunity to meet Mayor Ducey and discuss Township matters.  Members of the 3.5.2014

Mayor Ducey Appoints New Business Administrator

Mayor John G. Ducey is proud to announce that he has appointed Joanne Bergin to serve as the Brick Township Business Administrator.  Ms. Bergin’s term will begin Monday, March 17.

“I have created an ambitious and aggressive agenda to move Brick Township forward.  When I interviewed Joanne Bergin, she had many great ideas...


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