Offices Closed By COVID-19 Reopened

Toms River Town Hall (Photo by Jason Allentoff)

  TOMS RIVER – The Engineering, Planning and Zoning Offices reopened to the public on June 4 after being closed due to COVID-19.

  It became known that a person infected with the novel coronavirus had been there, so the offices, hallways, bathrooms and points of entry had to be cleaned and disinfected, according to officials. All of the employees have tested negative and returned to work.

  The hours of the office are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. People are required to wear a face covering. All counters have hand sanitizer nearby.

  However, the public is encouraged to conduct business by phone, email and fax. These offices can be reached at and

  “We are committed to ensuring our employees and residents are healthy and safe and have access to the municipal services and resources they need during this public health crisis,” said Mayor Maurice B. Hill.