Ocean County Health Department

175 Sunset Avenue
P.O. Box 2191
Toms River, NJ 08754 - 2191
Toll Free - 800-342-9738
Phone - 732-341-9700

Hours of Operation: 8am -5pm


For information and questions
Contact Us at info@ochd.org


TTY - hearing impaired only!
732-831-6489

 

Public Health

 

Ocean County Animal Facility
Pet of the Week

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR NEW PET SPOTLIGHT VIDEO

CLICK HERE TO VIEW A VIDEO ON SANDY VICTIMS AT OUR SHELTER

Snickers

Snickers would make a PURR-fect addition to any pet friendly home. She is a super sweet, playful, social girl. Snickers loves to play, she is a very active kitty. She gets along with other cats and kittens. Come meet Snickers and her other feline friends.

 

Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Impound #: S14-07-042             Size: Small- under 10lbs
Age:1-2 years
Sex: Female (S)

 

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Or call (609) 978-0127

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Severe Weather

Preparing for Winter Weather Hazards

Winter in New Jersey is a time of unique beauty and unique risks. Wind chill can cause frostbite. Freezing rain can cause dangers on the road. Nor'easters have the potential to cause more damage than hurricanes.

With the right precautions we can weather these storms together. The following pages provide essential facts on winter preparedness:

Remember:

  • The basics of preparedness for virtually all hazards are the same. Create your Emergency Kit and Emergency Action Plan, and know which radio or TV stations you will listen to for emergency watches, warnings and instructions. Go to the NJOEM Basic Preparedness page for details.
  • For New Jersey winter weather updates check the NWS Philadelphia / Mount Holly website and the NWS New York City / Upton site
  • Listen for emergency information and official instructions on your local radio and TV stations. A battery-powered radio is a vital part of your Emergency Kit.

FURTHER READING:

LINKS: Much more on Winter Weather Preparedness

NJOEM links:

Basic Preparedness
Threats & Emergencies

Preparedness information: