All posts tagged "Parking"
Government/ 1 week ago
In Seaside Heights, Angled Parking Now Means Head-In Parking
It’s not exactly an episode of “Parking Wars,” but a lack of adherence to a state traffic policy in some portions...
Government/ 1 year ago
Should Lavallette Consider Summer Construction, Parking Rules?
Among numerous policy goals Lavallette officials are seeking to tackle this year is summer parking. The borough council will begin looking...
Featured/ 2 years ago
Blocks of Ortley Beach Parking Time Limits to be Eliminated
The Toms River township council this week voted to introduce an ordinance that would remove limitations on the amount of time...
Featured/ 4 years ago
Seaside Heights Officials Decry ‘Disgraceful’ $100 Private Parking Lot Fees
Seaside Heights council members didn’t hold back at their first meeting since the July 4 holiday, when both officials and visitors...
Featured/ 5 years ago
No More Free Parking: 24/7 Enforcement of Meters In Seaside Heights
Time to feed the meter. The off-season of free parking is over in Seaside Heights. Daily, metered parking will be enforced...
Featured/ 6 years ago
Report: Island Town Will Have to Give Up Restrictive Parking Plan
An local community that has previously come under fire for making its parking restrictions so extreme that it would have a...
As Shore Houses Grow Larger, Island Towns Debate ‘Lined’ Parking
The debate rages in Lavallette and Seaside Park: to line, or not to line. Both towns, in recent years, have experimenting...
Everything You Need to Know About the ‘Shadow of the City’ Festival Next Weekend in Seaside Heights
Seaside Heights is getting ready for one of the highest-profile music events at the Shore this summer. Shadow of the City,...
New Parking Fees, Time Limits in Seaside Park
Beachgoers in Seaside Park will pay less to park along the oceanfront this season following a tweak to the parking ordinance...
Route 35 Parking Plan Set, Barrels Removed in Lavallette Business District
It may not be ideal, but the number of parking spaces along Route 35 in Lavallette’s downtown business district will remain...