Water and Sewer Service Department

Utility Supervisor

Randy Bailey
Contact:  Randy Bailey


Telephone: 609-296-9222
Fax: 609-296-1658

Office Hours:
Monday thru Friday - 7:00 am to 3:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday - 7:00 am to 3:00 pm


445 South Green Street
Tuckerton, NJ

                                                  

 

 
 

Billing Inquiries

Laura Cohen

Contact: Laura Cohen

Tuckerton Borough
420 East Main Street

609-296-4900

 

Tuckerton Borough Water and Sewer Rules and Regulations Booklet-Download

WATER & SEWER PAYMENTS

Water & Sewer payments must be received in this office on or before the 10th to avoid interest, however, if the 10th falls on a weekend or legal holiday, it is extended to the next business day.

 Please allow at least five (5) days for mail service if your mailing from out of town. 

 Payments are posted as of the date received, not the date postmarked.

2020/2021 Tax & Water/ Sewer payment schedule

Quarter Due Date Last Day to Pay
1st   August 3, 2020   August  12, 2020
2nd   November 2, 2020   November 12, 2020
3rd   February 1, 2021   February 10, 2021
4th   May 3, 2021   May 12, 2021

 

 

You can make your payment Online, CLICK HERE to start the payment process.



If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Borough 609-296-2701. 
Thank you

 

 

Applications for Water and Sewer Service

The Borough of Tuckerton has established the following rules, regulations, and procedures to facilitate the review of applications for water and sewer service and the construction of water and sanitary sewer facilities within the Borough of Tuckerton.  Click here to download

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

The 2021 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is now available. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water, Click Here to see the results. 

Drinking Water Quality Report Basic Information Click Here

Interested in learning more about Water and Wastewater? Click Here 

What you can do to Protect Local Waterways. For details Click Here

Did you know that most of Ocean County is located within the 660 sq. mile drainage basin known as the Barnegat Water Shed? Learn how you can save time and money on landscaping by using effective horticultural practices. For the Low Maintenance Landscaping Guide for Ocean County Homeowners Click Here 

Know what you throw down that sink!! Learn how to have a Fat free sewer

We don’t often pause to consider the incredible value of a safe, reliable water supply and the water system that delivers it in our everyday lives. But consider what tap water does that no other water can do.   

Turn your back yard landscaping into a rain garden

Don’t let the expense and inconvenience of frozen pipes give you a "chill" Click Here

Guidelines for Proper Disposal of Household Medication Click Here

BOROUGH of TUCKERTON WATER CONSERVATION GUIDE

 LIQUID ASSETS "THE STORY OF OUR WATER INFRASTRUCTURE"


How Water Rates are Determined

Flushable vs. Nonflushable....Flush Toilet Tissue Only!

 

PUBLIC NOTICE:

As per the Tuckerton Code regarding sewer use it is not permissible to dispose of non-flushable items to the sanitary sewer system. This would include wipes and paper towels which are not bio-degradable.
Please be advised that the Borough of Tuckerton Water and Sewer Department and the Ocean County Utilities Authority are experiencing problems with clogged pumps and sanitary sewer mains as a result of non-flushable items being flushed. This is causing unnecessary man hours to service the pumps and mains to remove the non-flushable items and causes equipment failures both of which is increasing our operation cost to maintain the sanitary sewage system which in turn will result in the increase of the sewer rates. Non-flushable items shall be disposed of with your household trash. We would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation regarding this very important issue in order that we can continue to provide to you our valued customer the very best service that you are accustomed to  without having to raise the sewer user rates as a result of wipes, paper towels and other non-flushable item being flushed.

 

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