All posts tagged "Streetscape"
Uncategorized/ 2 months ago
Effort to ‘Redesign’ Ortley Beach Business District to Begin Within Months
A years-long effort to aimed at improving the aesthetics, accessibility and commercial value of the Ortley Beach business district is poised...
Ortley Beach & North Beaches/ 7 months ago
Toms River Awards Contract for Updated Design of Ortley Beach ‘Streetscape’ Along Route 35
Toms River officials have accepted additional funds from the state and have expanded a contract for a firm to design a...
Ortley Beach & North Beaches/ 1 year ago
Former Ortley Beach Bank Property Approved for Residential Development, Spurring Concerns
The property on which a bank once stood in Ortley Beach business district will be redeveloped with residential property, spurring some...
Government/ 1 year ago
There Are No Bike Lanes in Seaside Heights, And Officials Would Like to Build Some
As redevelopment projects move along rapidly across the prime corridors of Seaside Heights, borough officials have forgotten about the neither the...
Ambitious Ortley Beach ‘Streetscape’ Project Gets Underway
Ortley Beach has gone through many changes over the last eight years since Superstorm Sandy struck, including much in the way...
Ortley Beach Streets, Business District May Be Getting A New Look
Toms River officials are looking to move quickly on a streetscape project that is aimed at improving the streets, landscaping and...
Seaside Heights Proposes Major Streetscape Project, Including Bike Lanes
Seaside Heights officials are envisioning an improvement and beautification plan for its business district and some areas beyond, and members of...
Featured/ 4 years ago
Ortley Beach ‘Streetscape’ Project Kicks Off With $188K Design Contract
As Ortley Beach continues to recover its tax base nearly seven years after gaining the infamous title of “ground zero” for...
Featured/ 6 years ago
Toms River to Seek $1.5M for Ortley Beach Streetscape Plan
With new roads and rebuilding from Superstorm Sandy continuing, Toms River officials will seek $1.5 million from the state Department of...