In response to Hurricane Sandy, the Division has gathered in one place information on post storm recovery and reconstruction activities providing guidance on what is regulated, what is not regulated, and what permits, if any, are necessary in order to make the process of recovery and reconstruction easier.
NOTICE: On April 16, 2013, the Department adopted emergency amendments, repeals and new rules to the Coastal Permit Program rules, N.J.A.C. 7:7, and Coastal Zone Management rules, N.J.A.C. 7:7E. and also filed a concurrent proposal to make these changes permanent. Please see the "Emergency Adoption of New Coastal Permit Program Rules" announcement on the News and Notices webpage for more information.
NOTICE: On January 24, 2013, the Department adopted emergency amendments (PDF) to the flood hazard area rules (referred to as emergency flood hazard area regulations throughout this webpage) and also filed a concurrent proposal to make these changes permanent. Please see the "Emergency Flood Hazard Area Regulations Adopted to Guide Rebuilding from Sandy" announcement on the News and Notices webpage for more information.
If you need a survey of your property and the Division has issued a previous approval on the site, the Department can provide a copy of the site plan and/or survey if available. Please visit the OPRA website for more details or to fill out an online request.
To speak with a Division representative about any of the guidance below, please call (609) 292-2953.
Frequently Asked Land Use Permitting Questions Post Hurricane Sandy
Exempt/Permit Specific Information:
Activity Specific Information:
Links To NJ Sandy Response Websites:
Links to Federal Sandy Response Websites: