Important Information On Ocean County Health Department Flu Shot Clinics
Due to a delay in the delivery of the flu vaccine, the Ocean Coounty Health Department (OCHD) had to revise the 2019 flu clinics schedule. Please check the OCHD website at www.ochd.org for the most up-to-date information regarding flu clinic locations, dates and times or call 732-341-9700 for more information.
Scammers Targeting Residents with Social Security Fraud
Ocean County residents are urged to be vigilant of sophisticated scammers who want your money to clear up fraudulent activities with personal Social Security numbers. If you get a call - hang up, says Ocean County Sheriff Michael G. Mastronardy. Click here to read the release
Beware: Don't Fall for Jury Duty Scam
Ocean County officials are warning residents to be aware of a scam circulating around Ocean County that threatens people with an arrest warrant for missing jury duty unless a fine is paid. It's just that - a scam. Click here to read the release
Ocean County Mourns the Passing of Ocean County Freeholder John C. Bartlett Jr.
Ocean County Freeholder John C. Bartlett Jr. passed away Dec. 12 following a hard fought battle with cancer. The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders joins with the Ocean County Government family in mourning the loss of a special man who dedicated his adult life to public service. Click here to read the statement from the Board of Freeholders
Ways to Report a Power Outage
If you experience an outage due to the weather, please report it using one of the following methods:
For Jersey Central Power and Light Company customers
• Text OUT to 544487...
• Online at www.jcp-l.com
• Use our smartphone app (iPhone and Android)
• Via the "Report an Outage" tab on Facebook
• Call 888-LIGHTSS (888-544-4877)
Steer clear of downed power lines. Always assume they are live and dangerous. Report downed lines immediately to 888-544-4877.
For Atlantic City Electric Customers:
Customers are asked to report any outages and to stay away from any downed wires. To report outages and/or downed wires, call 1-800-833-7476, follow the prompts, and ask for a call back to confirm that power has been restored. Outages also may be reported through their mobile app or at atlanticcityelectric.com/storm.
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Officials Urge Use of Prescription Drug Dropoff Boxes
OCEAN COUNTY officials are urging residents to safely dispose of unused and expired prescription medications at drop-off boxes located throughout the County. Click here for program information and a list of dropoff locations
Beware of Scam Artists
Residents need to be vigilant of scam artists. Click here to read information on how to protect yourself from scam artists
Emergency Lines for Emergency Calls Only
The Ocean County Sheriff's Department asks that residents do not call 9-1-1 or the Office of Emergency Management unless it is an actual emergency. Information on evacuations, shelters and other storm-related activities is available on the county and local municipal websites or by calling non-emergency numbers. For county information please call 732-929-2000.
Silver Alert System
Ocean County wants the public to be aware of the state's Silver Alert System which could serve as a lifeline in cases of missing persons who suffer from dementia or other cognitive impairment. Click here to read important information on this program.
Grass Too High on State Road?
To report unattractive weeds and grass too tall that might be causing site distance problems along state Highways in Ocean County including Routes 37, 35, 72 and 70, call the state Department of Transportation dispatch number at 609-588-6212. The call is taped and logged into a state data base.