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Concerned about flooding in the Raritan River and Bay area?

Get involved in developing a regional action plan to reduce flood risks!

Our second community meeting for the Resilient NJ Raritan River and Bay Communities initiative will be held virtually on January 20th from 6:00-7:30 PM. We hope to see you there! Join to share your perspectives on priorities for flood risk reduction and how strategies can improve quality of life.

Live translation will be provided in Spanish, and American Sign Language. Please email or call us (ResilientRRBC@dep.nj.gov or 732-661-3808) to request translation into other languages.

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THE MEETING

On the day of the meeting, you’ll be able to access the meeting through this webpage or through your Eventbrite registration.

MEETING DETAILS

Concerned about flooding in the Raritan River and Bay area?

Get involved in developing a regional action plan to reduce flood risks!

We hope you’ll join the meeting to ensure your perspectives are incorporated into the action plan to reduce flooding in Carteret, Old Bridge, Perth Amboy, Sayreville, South Amboy, South River, and Woodbridge. During the meeting, we’ll give a brief overview of the project status and goals and introduce new flood maps that were developed for this project. The majority of time will be dedicated to breakout sessions focused on reviewing what we have heard so far in our outreach about key concerns and priorities for the future across each town and then zoom into specific neighborhoods for more detailed discussion of flood risks and scenarios.

QUESTIONS?

Email ResilientRRBC@dep.nj.gov or call our meeting hotline at

732-661-3808.

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