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FEMA Information

FEMA 1-800-621-3362 -621-3362--

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ABFE INFORMATION

Elevation Information
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Construction

Rebuilding ** Permits ** Demolition 
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Grant Opportunities

Financial Assistance
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Help & Support


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Utilities Information


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Miscellaneous Information


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Debris Removal

Information on storm related construction & waterway debris.
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Insurance


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What is my BFE?


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Preparing for Emergencies

Emergency Preparations
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SUPER STORM SANDY:






To verify a State Licensed Contractor  you may call 1-973-273-8090 
or visit the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs website at: 

http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/pages/verification.aspx



NFWF Hurricane Sandy Coastal Resiliency Competitive Grants Program


NFWF Replenishing Little Egg Harbor's Marshes and Wetlands
Project Schedule -  March 7, 2017


NFWF Proposed Marsh Restoration Area - revised 01/06/17

Preliminary Hydrographic Survey Data for Dredging


Planning Healthy Communities Initiative
Post Sandy Decision Making - an article from Rutgers University

Know Your Rights:
Home Repair Contracts

Volunteers for Justice

Results of Little Egg Harbor Township Health Impact Assessment Results - click here

The Floodplain Management Plan Committee
has been organized and will hold public meetings. 
Please see the Boards / Commissions page under departments for details. 
Any questions on the Draft Floodplain Management Plan can be directed to jworth@tandmassociates.com

Floodplain Management Plan

RREM Contractor Selection Process Simplified - click here for details

Little Egg Harbor Township
Vulnerability and Exposure Analysis
February, 2015 -
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Community Assets Vulnerability Assessment - May, 2016

Little Egg Harbor Township
Strategic Recovery Planning Report
May, 2014

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Elevating Homes to Protect from Future Storms - new state grant information

Consumer Advisory: Ways to Protect Yourself from Potential Recovery-Related Fraud