Tucker's Treat. Trick or Treat


Halloween Trick or Treat on October 28th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Tucketon's Pride and Celebration Committee in conjunction with the Tuckerton Seaport is having 2 hours of fun for kids and family

Walk the Boards Matey at the Tuckerton Seaport, walk the boards and have your picture taken at each station.

Perform a trick and receive a treat!!!


Flu Season is on it's way....are you ready?

The 2022 OCHD seasonal influenza vaccine clinic schedule can be found by Clicking Here. Also, the complete 2022 influenza flu vaccine brochure with information regarding vaccines, health tips and additional OCHD services. A copy of the brochure and schedule can also be found at www.ochd.org.

Don't miss our Calendar of Events

Always check our calendar of events, not only for local Borough meetings of which volunteers are always needed! but to also see if any local happenings have been added. 


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



2021 Drinking Water Quality Report

To view Tuckerton Borough's 2021 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report click here

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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