Examples: Floods, Hurricanes, Blizzards, Etc.
In case of emergency, remember to:
Make A Plan - know where you will meet and how you will contact family members.
Build A Kit - Have an emergency supply kit containing water, nonperishable food, battery powered radio, flashlight, extra batteries,
medication and sanitary supplies.
Be Informed - Know how to receive emergency information in your community.
Emergency Bulletins are broadcast on radio stations WJLK-94.3FM, WOBM-92.7FM and WRAT-95.9FM. Emergency notifications can also be received via phone and/or email by registering for Bradley Beach’s Emergency Notification System. This can be done by logging in to www.bradleybeachnj.gov and clicking on “Emergency Notification System” on the Emergency Management link. You may also go to the Bradley Beach Police Department to register.
If you must prepare to evacuate, and time permits, you should secure your home by bringing all outdoor objects that could become projectiles indoors, turn off all utilities, move valuables to higher floors.
Never walk through standing or moving flood water.
For additional information, please log on to these helpful websites: www.ready.gov
Be aware of alternate side of street parking rules that apply during snow fall. You can receive instructions by logging on to www. bradleybeachnj.gov.
If you are unsure of what you should do in the event of an emergency contact the Bradley Beach Police Department at
FEBRUARY 28, 2013
30 Day Extension for Sandy Disaster Assistance
Governor Christie Announces 30-Day Extension for Sandy Disaster Assistance Registration
New April 1 Deadline Allows Additional Time for Residents to Register for FEMA Assistance
For Immediate Release
Thursday, February 28, 2013 Kevin Roberts
Trenton, NJ – The Christie Administration announced today that New Jersey residents impacted by Superstorm Sandy now have until April 1, 2013 to register for individual disaster assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The deadline extension applies for homeowner, renter, and business registration with the Small Business Administration (SBA) for Disaster Loan Assistance, another important step in the disaster relief process to ensure survivors obtain all relief they are eligible for.
“This 30-day extension will help us ensure that anyone who has been affected by Sandy gets the help they need and deserve,” said Governor Christie. “It’s vitally important for people to know that the process of receiving any type of federal disaster assistance – including future grant assistance for homeowners and businesses – begins with registering as a disaster survivor with FEMA and working with a coordinator to determine eligibility for relief. I encourage those who have not yet registered with FEMA and SBA to do so now to get the relief they are entitled to and to ensure their eligibility for any future relief we can offer.”
It is crucial that individuals register with FEMA and that businesses and individuals complete the SBA loan application so State officials can continue to compile an accurate, comprehensive picture of the damage and the need for additional disaster recovery assistance. Moreover, for businesses, an SBA Disaster Loan represents the best opportunity for disaster assistance. There is no obligation to accept an SBA disaster home loan even after applying, but homeowners and renters may become eligible for additional assistance in the future.
Of note, apart from the April 1 SBA Disaster Loan deadline for property damage, businesses also have until July 31 to apply for SBA economic injury disaster loans. All homeowners, renters, and businesses are encouraged to register with FEMA and SBA to ensure eligibility for future forms of aid.
Survivors also can register by phone or 711/VRS by calling 800-621-3362, TTY800-462-7585.
At the request of the State, FEMA extended the registration deadline another 30 days due to the magnitude of the storm disaster.
The disaster registration process serves as a referral point for FEMA programs and those of partner agencies such as the SBA, American Red Cross and the Salvation Army.
FEMA disaster assistance for individuals and families can include money for rental assistance, essential home repairs, personal property losses and other serious disaster-related needs not covered by insurance.