BRICK-For the first time since Superstorm Sandy hit in 2012, the Township of Brick will be making permits for operating motor vehicles on beaches available. The permits will allow beach access to vehicles from October 1st through April 30th.
“After nearly seven years, we are pleased to finally reopen our beaches to vehicles in the offseason and allow people to once again enjoy activities such as surf fishing,” said Mayor John G. Ducey. “We thank everyone for their patience and understanding throughout the recovery and replenishment of our beaches.”
Beach vehicle permit applications are available online and in the Municipal Clerk’s Office. The permit application fee is $35.
Beach access will be available at Brick Beach One only.
All vehicles are subject to inspection by the Brick Township Police Department before a permit is approved. The inspection schedule is as follows:
· Wednesdays – September 4, 11, 18, 25 – 6pm-9pm
· Fridays – September 6, 13, 20, 27 – 6pm-9pm
· Saturdays – September 7, 14, 21, 28 – 9am-3pm
Applications must be completed prior to inspection. Applications must include $35, copy of valid driver’s license, copy of valid vehicle registration. Applications can be submitted in the Clerk’s Office, to Traffic Safety at the time of inspection and mailed to the Clerk’s Office. Applications submitted to Traffic Safety and through mail are payable only by checks payable to Twp of Brick. Permits for applications submitted to Traffic Safety and through the mail will be mailed the following business day.
For more information call the Township Clerk at 732-262-1001.
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