***Weather Alert *** Tropical Storm Isaias

*** Weather Alert***  Tuesday ….Tropical Storm Isaias is expected to
impact us;

Please prepare your properties for heavy flooding rain and winds 45 to
55 MPH with gust up to 70 MPH.

If you live on a street that typically floods, consider moving your
vehicle to higher ground.

DO NOT drive through standing water or go near downed power lines.

Beaches will be closed as a safety precaution Tuesday morning and will
reopen Wednesday morning.

We ask that all residents & contractors secure their properties of
items that can float or fly. ie.. decorations, outdoor furniture, and
or construction material.

Storm Update – 9/3/16

As of noon Saturday 9/3/2016, the beaches in the Borough of Mantoloking will be closed until further notice. Residents and visitors are advised to take all necessary precautions in securing their homes. Coastal flooding from bay and possible splash over from ocean is anticipated. Due to possible flooding, please move vehicles to higher area. Prolonged power outages may occur. Please monitor borough’s web site and OEM Facebook pages for additional information.

Weather Advisory – Tuesday Through Thursday

From the National Weather Service:


Two weather systems will be affecting our area over the next several days.  A briefing package is attached, with the Executive Summary as follows:

•    Synopsis: A warm front will lift north through the area tonight. A cold front will then cross the area from west to east on Wednesday.  This front will sag to our south into Thursday as an area of low pressure develops along it. This will all result in a complex and prolonged period of precipitation from Tuesday afternoon into Thursday.

Municipal Office Closing

The Municipal Offices will be closed Tuesday January 27, 2015. We will adhere to all directives received from the Governors Office regarding this winter storm event and proceed accordingly.

Mantoloking OEM Weather Announcement

Update: A Blizzard WARNING is in effect for coastal New Jersey from 12:00PM Monday to 6:00PM Tuesday. Heavy snow, high winds, and significant drifting are expected. If you have not already taken precautions and prepared for this storm, please do so now.
The latest updates from the National Weather Service can be found here – http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php…

In preparation for the impending snow storm, OEM, FIRE & POLICE ask that you prepare your property by securing everything that could float or fly around in the wind and possibly coastal flooding. If you’re home is under construction, we ask that you pass this message along to your contractor.