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.

2016 Beach Information

Mantoloking Beach Information as of 6/3/16

AREA:

Carrigan Place to Herbert Street –    Borough of Mantoloking

Herbert Street to Albertson Street –  Mantoloking Beach Association (Private Beach Association)

COST:

Beach badges are required starting June 13th through September 5th Labor Day.  They are available for purchase at the badge trailer located on Downer Avenue (next to the Firehouse) starting June 13th. Hours of operation- 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Daily. NO PRESALES!!

Season Badge $20.00

Daily Wristband (NEW) $5.00

Children under the age of 12 are admitted free

Beaches Are Now Open in Mantoloking

All Mantoloking beach access points are now open, with the exception of Downer and Herbert Street.  The 2016 Beach Brochure can be found here.

WINTER STORM – STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED IN MANTOLOKING AS OF 7:00PM 1/22/16

WINTER STORM – STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED IN MANTOLOKING AS OF 7:00PM 1/22/16

* Beaches Closed *
* Parking Prohibited on All Borough Streets *
* Construction Work Prohibited on Saturday 1/23/16 *

Police, fire, and first aid are operating normally. In an emergency, call 911 or 732-295-1465.

The full text of the declaration may be found here.

 

Steel Revetment Update – 9/25/2014

The sheet pile has been installed to Lyman Street. The driving machine has relocated to Princeton and is driving towards Albertson. Caps are being installed all along the sheet pile. Rocks are scheduled to be delivered by the second week in October to tie in the sheet pile to the current rock revetment at Lyman Street. The contractor will continue to work a 10 hour day, 6 days a week.