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Jennifer Holmes
· October 11, 2017
Lived here for over 20 years and love it! It's close to the beach and there's plenty to do. It has a great school system, and the township is well run. Would still live in Stafford Township, if I could.
Carol Chadwick Williams
· January 24, 2014
Beautiful place to live and raise a family. Have been here for over 38 years. Have seen many changes some good and some not so good, but that is life. Having the best beach just across the bridge is... wonderful . See More
Colleena Lieter
· July 18, 2016
Stafford Township is wonderful. The culture is centered around family and community.
Amirah Margarita Hahn Dawson
· August 25, 2016
My family & I have been living here over 20 years and we LOVE it !!! XOXO
Christine Indorato
· February 21, 2016
Ok so let me try to understand this..... i will get an automated message regarding fire hydrant draining, or removing cars from the road during a snow storm for the purpose of snow plow removal, BUT N...OBODY FEELS LIKE SHARING WHEN FT DIX /McQUIRE BASE IS BOMBING THE SHIT OUT OF STUFF that makes my dog go balistic & my house rock off it's foundation! Yes this is quite the opposite of my normal posting, but this is really pissing me off. Thank you Stafford Township et. al. See More
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Just a reminder all township offices will be closed today in observance of President's Day. Normal business will resume tomorrow, Tuesday February 20th at 8:30 AM.

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Stafford Township New Jersey updated their cover photo.

Photo Credit: Ryan Morrill Photography

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Just a reminder of what is in store for February in Stafford Township as well as our photo contest winners for the month.

Calendars are available for pick up at Town Hall, Stafford Library, Stafford Post Office, Ocean Acres Wawa, Huck's Hometown Market, Shop Rite and Larry's Barber Shop. They contain a wealth of knowledge, beautiful photographs and pieces of the rich history of our town.

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Due to the severity of the snowstorm trash and recycling will be cancelled for the remainder of the week.

Trash pickup will Resume on:

Monday for Zones 1 and 3...
Tuesday for Zones 2 and 4

Recycling will be Wednesday for Zones 1 and 3
Thursday for Zones 2 and 4.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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Governor Christie declared a state of emergency for several NJ Counties, including Ocean. All state, county and Stafford Twp offices are closed for non-essentia...l personnel. Please keep the roadways clear so as to allow plows to do their jobs more effectively, not mention it’s downright treacherous out there! It’s a good day for hot cocoa, comfort food and some TV! #bingewatching #bombcyclone #wthisabombcycloneanyway #stateofemergency #babyitscoldoutside

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In a tweet, the governor said he had made the emergency designation for Cape May, Atlantic, Ocean and Monmouth counties.
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Governor Christie has declared a State of Emergency. Do not drive unless you are emergency personnel! A reminder to remove your cars off of side streets will help with plowing!

Stafford Township Municipal Complex and all of it's offices will be closed Thursday January 4, 2018 due to the inclement weather.

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Weather forecasters are predicting a storm with significant snow accumulation for our area. This forecast means that plowing and snow removal on the streets of the township is likely. Therefore, please remove all vehicles, trash cans and basketball hoops from the roadway to allow for proper plowing of the street from curb to curb.

PLEASE NOTE: Trash and recycling pickup will be suspended for Thursday, January 4th and will resume Friday and Saturday, January 5th and 6th.

Tha...nk you in advance for your cooperation.

Should you have any further questions you can reach Stafford Township at 609.597.1000.

This beautiful winter photo comes to us courtesy of Becky Gee and was published last year in the 2017 Stafford Township calendar. It was originally owned by the Bowen family, then the Shinn family and is now owned by the Eismann family.

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The accumulating snow means that plowing and snow removal on the streets of the township is likely, Chapter 201-36 of the Stafford Township Code prohibits parking on all township streets when plowing is necessary. Therefore, please help us do our job and remove all vehicles from the street and park them in your driveway.

Remove any portable basketball hoops from the roadway to allow for proper plowing of the street curb to curb.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join our Recreation Department this Friday December 15!

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Stafford Recreation

Last call...don't miss your chance to get a seat on our bus to New York City! The weather forecast looks perfect for strolling around New York this Friday Decem...ber 15. Let us do the driving and enjoy the day. We are dropped off in Midtown and the day is yours to do with as you wish.

There's no place like it to get into the spirit of the holidays. Just a few spots remain, so call 609.597.1000 ext. 8573 to reserve today before they are all gone!

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Stafford Township Volunteer Fire Company #1

Due to the weather Santa will not be out tonight. Tonight’s routes will be done on Monday the 11th. We are sorry for the Inconvenience.

The power plant is set to conduct a semi-annual, full volume test of its emergency warning sirens.
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Once again Santa is coming to town! We thank our all volunteer fire company for the hours of dedication and coordination it takes with Santa and his elves to bring this amazing event to our town. Please be sure to like Stafford Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 on Facebook for more detailed maps and to stay up to date should Santa have to reschedule a visit due to weather.

Stafford Township Volunteer Fire Company #1

December 8th

OA truck:
Atlantis to Nautilus (north)
Lighthouse East side to Barnegat...
South Lakeshore Dr

BHW Truck:
South Millcreek to end and all side st
Paul Blvd and all side St
Jonathan Dr to Marsha Bridge

December 9th

OA Truck:
Rt 72 between Lighthouse and Nautilus up to Atlantis

BHW Truck:
Walter Blvd and sides
Morris Blvd and sides
Jennifer and sides
Stevens and sides

December 10th

OA Truck:
Nautilus to Atlantis west to 72

BHW Truck:
Beach Haven West Blvd
Millcreek and sides up to Jonathan
Charles and Sides
Jane up to Access Rd and all sides
Island Gate off Millcreek

December 14th

OA Truck:
Rt 72 to Neptune to Nautilus to Atlantis

BHW Truck:
Jennings Rd to Newell Ave and all sides
Jeanne Dr

December 15th

OA Truck:
Neptune to Nautilus to Compass and all sides

BHW Truck:
Cedar Bonnet Island
Mallard Island
Hillard to Rt 9 to Rt 72 and all sides

December 16th

OA Truck:
Paramont Escape
Fawn Lakes
Atlantic Hills
Stafford Park Appartments
Stafford Preserve Apartments

BHW Truck:
Deer Lake Park
Ceadar Bridge Rd to Beachview and all sides

December 17th

OA Truck:
Perrys Lake
Pine crest village
The landings

BHW Truck:
Cedar Run
Mayetta
Cedar Run Apartments
Mayetta Apartments

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A 5k run will be taking place in preparation for the food gorging that will happen in the evening. As such, Hilliard Blvd will be closed to vehicular traffic between 8am - 1030am. Please use ...
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Our community knows all too well what it is like to be in need after a hurricane. We have also been able to come together as one and help give back to those who have helped us. Here is more information on how NJ can help our neighbors in Puerto Rico.

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HOW YOU CAN HELP PUERTO RICO - UPDATE!
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Today, the New Jersey State Police began to deploy an advance team to San Juan, Puerto Rico, as... the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management prepares to deploy upward of 600 or more police and emergency members. That advance team is comprised of experienced experts in disaster recovery, including Emergency Management, Field Operations, Special Operations and Communications.

In the meantime we know everyone continues to come together and wants to help. Here is a how we can help the most!

DONATIONS GUIDE

Cash Contributions Encouraged:

Donors are encouraged to contribute cash. In-kind donations require sorting, boxing, palletizing, storage, and delivery to the disaster location. These activities can be costly and time consuming, and therefore may delay service delivery. Cash donations allow reputable organizations like the Puerto Rican Congress of New Jersey and its New Jersey for Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief, United for Puerto Rico, the Salvation Army and Red Cross to purchase product to quickly and efficiently meet the most urgent needs of disaster victims. When possible, the purchases are made near the disaster site to stimulate the local economy and ensure quicker delivery.

For more information please visit: www.NJ4PR.org

Call-In Info, Suggested Donation Items & Warehouse Locations:

New Jersey for Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief has partnered with the State of New Jersey and its Office of Emergency Management, the Center for Hispanic Policy, Research and Development and the New Jersey Governor's Office of Volunteerism to provide the public with information on our hurricane relief efforts and to collect items being donated throughout the state.

To schedule a delivery of donated items to be transported to Puerto Rico or for information on how you can help with our efforts, please call 1-833-NJ-HELPS.
***NON-SCHEDULED DROP-OFFS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED***

The following are suggested items elected officials, community leaders and organizations should collect for donation:

• Baby food
• Batteries
• Box Fans
• Canned Goods
• Cots
• Cleaning Supplies
• Diapers
• Feminine hygiene products
• Flash Lights
• Flood Pumps
• Hand Sanitizer
• First Aid Items
• High Capacity generators to restore power for hospitals, water service, flood pumps
• Leather Work Gloves
• NEW Underwear &Socks
• NEW Bed Pillows & Blankets
• Toiletries
• Utility Knives

***NON-SCHEDULED DROP-OFFS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED***

Warehouse Locations
North Jersey
New Jersey National Guard West Orange
1299 Pleasant Valley Way
West Orange, NJ 07052-1429

South Jersey
Mount Holly Armory
1670 Route 38 East
Mount Holley, NJ 08060-9701

Do NOT call locations directly. Please call 1-833-NJ-HELPS.

***NON-SCHEDULED DROP-OFFS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED***

For additional donation information please vist http://helpnjnow.org/special-donations/

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Come by and chat with Stafford's finest!

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Stafford Township Police Department added 2 new photos.

National #coffeewithacop day is October 4th! We are pleased to be partnered with the Manahawkin Manhattan Bagel in Stafford Square for our first ever #coffeewi...thacop day! We will be there that day from 9am-11am to meet and greet our residents! Please save the date and stop by! Oh - and coffee is on us!

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