LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP - The Long Beach Township Commissioners put out an emergency order that went into effect on Monday, April 6. The township has over 12 miles of beaches on the Island.
A summary of the order posted on the Township website reads:
".... the Township of Long Beach (“Township”) has closed access and the use of all Township beaches to all persons, except property owners and residents who were issued and are in possession of “disaster re-entry” passes/placards (“Placard” or “Placards”).
The Placards were issued following Superstorm Sandy and were recently reissued by the Township. Persons issued the Placards may access the beach area of the Township designated on the Placards and may do so to walk and jog, but shall not engage in any other activities on the beach.
Two (2) adults, their minor children, and leashed dogs may use the Placard at any one time. All Placards shall be prominently displayed and shall be held up and shown to any Township police and Township personnel in the vicinity."
The emergency order can be read in it's entirety at the Township website at longbeachtownship.com.