Coronavirus Preparedness

The N.J. Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness has created a Coronavirus/COVID-19 Rumor Control & Disinformation website at the following URL:


Coronavirus Guidelines for America

The purpose of this page is to help the public distinguish between facts and rumors/disinformation regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

This page will be updated as new rumors are vetted by the NJSP/OEM/OHSP

As per the President, this is an important link 

Additional information may be found on the New Jersey League of Municipalities site.

Please click here for a copy of Governor Murphy's Executive Order No. 14

Tuckerton Borough Changes in operation as of March 16, 2020 Click Here

District 9 Legislative Update COVID-19 April 3

April Meeting Cancellations


Pride and Celebrations Wednesday March 25th, 2020

Historic Preservation Commission Wednesday April 1st, 2020

Economic Development Committee Tuesday April 7th, 2020

Tuckerton Environmental Commission Thursday April 9th, 2020

Land Use Board Thursday April 16th, 2020

Pride and Celebrations Committee Wednesday April 22nd, 2020




Dredging Meeting 3/21/20 has been CANCELLED

The meeting scheduled for March 21, 2020 at 10:00 am at the Pinelands Junior High School will be postponed until after Spring Break because of the recent recommendation from Governor Murphy banning any gatherings with the expectance of 250 people or more. We are unsure at this time what the exact date will be however once we receive information from the State regarding COVID-19 we will reschedule ASAP. Nothing will happen either way regarding the dredging until after this meeting occurs. If you have any questions or concerns, please call 609-296-2701. For information regarding the first meeting held on March 7th please click here for Power Point Presentation 


It is a crime in New Jersey to abuse animals. If you are witness to animal cruelty call 609-296-9416 immediately! 
Animal cruelty exists in various ways, including: torture, maiming, poisoning, or cruelty beating  an animal, either intentionally or recklessly.Killing an animal needlessly. Not providing necessary care, and leaving an animal alone in a vehilce under harmful conditions.  Leaving pets outside in bad weather, weather that reasonable people would know could be a risk for the animal's health. Anyone who abandons a domestic animal-or any sick or injured creature- can be found guilty of a "disorderly persons offense".

If you witness any acts of cruelty report it! 609-296-9416



2020 Drinking Water Quality Report

To view Tuckerton Borough's 2020 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report click here

FARMER'S MARKET coming to Tuckerton

The Tuckeron United Methodist Church, 134 N. Green St. is partnering with local farmers and vendors to develop a new mission project in our community. " Manna Farmer's Market" will give the opportunity for the community to find fresh produce and goods. It will be open - rain or shine Tuesdays from 10 am - 3 pm starting June 16 through Oct. 6. Contact the church office at 609-296-9610 for more details.

Welcome to the Tuckerton website.

We are so happy you are visiting the Tuckerton Borough website. As you will see we are still looking to improve our site and we can use your help! If you know of an event happening within the Borough of Tuckerton email us so we can place it on our calendar of events. We would like to have all our Tuckerton Borough businesses and professionals register their business on our site, next time you shop local or visit one our professionals, ask them if their business is on the Tuckerton Borough site, it's easy to register.

Thank you for making us better!

Property Data

Tuckerton NJ  provides online access to our Geographic Information System (GIS) through this web site. This information is to be used for reference purposes only. The City makes every effort to produce and publish the most current and accurate information possible.


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