To Lower Alloways Creek Township, Salem County, NJ
a Bronze Certified Sustainable Jersey Community
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> County Surrogate and State Mobile Office Visit Oct 13, 2015
*NEW* BOAT RAMP REGULATIONS
ORDINANCE 2015-05 Chapter 69 Boat Ramp, Municipal
FEE: Resident $2.00 Non-Resident $10.00
FEMA Proposed Flood Map determination for Salem County
90 - day Appeal timeline has begun, to make appeals go to
or call toll free 1-877-FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627
This plan sets the flood elevations which is used to set Flood Insurance rates
To file Complaints with the NJ Board of Public Utilites regarding Phone,
Cable or Electric Utility issues go to
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Lower Alloways Creek Township (aka LAC Township) in Salem County, New Jersey has a total area of 72.6 square miles of which more than a third of the area is water. Since a great portion of the township is marsh and wetlands it is environmentally important as a habitat for migratory birds. The Township also is home to several important historical sites that are listed in the National Registry of Historic Places.
The Hancock House, site of an early morning Revolutionary War massacre, March 21, 1778. Read on.......
The Alloways Creek Friends Meeting House was built in 1756, the meeting house is in pristine condition with the original interior architecture unchanged. Read on ....
FOND RECOLLECTIONS, A collection of writings and photographs by William J. S. Bradway, Golden Days by William Bradway Vanneman, and pictures, stories, recollections and interviews submitted by members of the community collected and edited by David Fogg
available for purchase ($30.00 plus shipping)
Lower Alloways Creek and other New Jersey Counties and Municipalities are taking part in the NJ Hazardous Mitigation Plan
This Federal Program seeks to minimize future damages such as flooding by acting now to address potential hazardous issues and areas.
Please visit the NJ website www.nj.4hmp.com for information; residents can be a part of this effort here in LAC, please contact Corp. Hassler at 856-935-7301 ext 6330.