Housed in the Administration Building are administrative offices, the Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Data…More Processing Department, the Finance Department, the Clerk of the Freeholder Board, the Management and Budget Office, the Public Affairs Department, and the Purchasing Department.
The Board of Chosen Freeholders is elected by registered voters and is responsible for administrative and legislative aspects of county government. The Board consists of five Freeholders and each serves in a different area of town including: finances, parks and recreation, pubic works county operations, transportation, senior services, human services, law and public safety, administration, and environmental resources. They are also responsible for law enforcement, education, elections, roads, and social services.
The Public Affairs Department can provide you with tourism information as well as information about Ocean County. Visit the Ocean County Department of Public Affairs at www.oceancountytourism.com.
Mott Place 239 Washington St, Toms River, NJ08753 This location houses a variety of government departments including the Ocean County Sheriff's Department, the Warrants…More Criminal Identification Bureau, Buildings and Grounds Superintendent, Insurance and Risk Management, and Construction Permits/Appeals and Inspections. The Ocean County Sheriff's Department consists of administrative offices for the sheriff and his staff. The department is responsible for processing civil documents for the summons and complaint section, the general writs section, the foreclosure section, and the garnishment section. The Warrants Division services including all arrest services, subpoenas, and extraditions on warrants in Ocean County. The division includes the Non-Support Unit and the Fugitive Squad. The department of Buildings and Grounds is a maintenance office for county buildings. It is responsible for grounds works, cleaning, and snow removal from the sidewalks.
This location consists of the Department of Community Affairs, the Division of State Police, Commission for the…More Blind, NJDEP Coastal Engineering, the Bureau of Enforcement, and the Division of Youth and Family Services.
The Department of Community Affairs provides administrative, financial and technical assistance to local governments, community development organizations, businesses and individuals. Divisions of the Department of Community Affairs include the Bureau of Housing Services, Rental Assistance and the Homelessness Prevention Program.
Coastal Engineering puts forth New Jersey's Shore Protection Program which protects life and property along the coast. Coastal Engineering is also responsible for preserving coastal resources and maintaining safe waterways.
The Division of State Police is the office of professional standards and investigates complaints.
The Commission for the Blind is a part of the Department of Human Services. The commission provides education, employment, independence, and eye health services for the visually impaired.
The Division of Youth and Family Services is a part of the State of New Jersey Department of Children and Families. The Department of Children and Families services include: Youth and Family Services, Child Behavioral Health Services, Prevention and Community Partnerships, Specialized Education Services, Child Welfare Training Academy, Centralized Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline. The Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) is a child protection and child welfare agency. DYFS investigates allegations of child abuse and neglect and arrangements to protect the child.