Police & Fire

Traffic Alert: Route 9 Northbound Closed Today

1cc1a45b1bdf99bae814_54e70c84bcc3663a9d75_9c747f2114197a3e5fa8_25ebd76691d02bd7400b_de6b5bea2ff5c1a002e3_2fcf04e9df03748006bd_0f764dd37e1dfb52ea3a_9e42ade3f3b2e8550271_a959fb4249ff32305910_road_work_pumpkincat210.jpg
1cc1a45b1bdf99bae814_54e70c84bcc3663a9d75_9c747f2114197a3e5fa8_25ebd76691d02bd7400b_de6b5bea2ff5c1a002e3_2fcf04e9df03748006bd_0f764dd37e1dfb52ea3a_9e42ade3f3b2e8550271_a959fb4249ff32305910_road_work_pumpkincat210.jpg

STAFFORD, NJ - Route 9 will be closed to northbound traffic from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, March 3 near the Manahawkin Lake due to the utility pole damages from the traffic collision last week. Atlantic City Electric will be replacing all of the equipment on the utility pole.

Detours will be in place and police will be there for traffic safety measures. The detour will be Stafford Avenue to Parker Street to Hilliard Boulevard back to Route 9. 

Beach Avenue between Route 9 and Division Street will also be closed to thru-traffic. 

Sign Up for E-News

Plan accordingly and allow extra time to get to your destinations. "Heavy delays will be expected," said Stafford Police.

Southbound traffic will remain passable through the construction zone. 

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Sign Up for E-News

Stafford/LBI

Upcoming Events

Carousel_image_fdc1aec1d09786979a80_st._marys_carnival_2018

Fri, July 20, 6:00 PM

St. Mary's in the Pines Parish Complex, MANAHAWKIN

St. Mary's Nights of Summer Carnival Begins ...

Arts & Entertainment Food & Drink Giving Back

Carousel_image_fdc1aec1d09786979a80_st._marys_carnival_2018

Sat, July 21, 6:00 PM

St. Mary's in the Pines Parish Complex, MANAHAWKIN

St. Mary's Nights of Summer Carnival Begins ...

Arts & Entertainment Food & Drink Giving Back

Carousel_image_e1f7a019a680b5074f4e_facedown_3

Sun, July 22, 1:00 PM

Long Beach Township

Facedown to Perform on the 68th Street Beach in ...

Murphy Administration Takes Action to Help Smokers Quit

July 17, 2018

TRENTON – The Murphy administration on Monday announced new steps to help New Jersey Medicaid recipients quit using tobacco by making it easier to receive tobacco cessation medications and counseling.

“Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death and disease in New Jersey, leading to chronic lung disease, heart disease, stroke and cancer,” said New Jersey Human ...