WELCOME TO MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP
Manchester Township is located in beautiful Ocean County, New Jersey, just minutes from the Jersey Shore and
in between New York City, Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Manchester is nestled in the New Jersey Pinelands and we are Ocean County’s best kept secret!
We thank you for your interest in Manchester Township
Beautiful Parks, Lakes, and Preserved Open Space, our top notch municipal services and our vibrant and dynamic community makes Manchester a great place to live, work, and raise a family. That is why the June 2012 edition of Inside New Jersey, a monthly publication of the Star Ledger, rated Manchester Township as such a great place to retire in New Jersey. Manchester Township offers something for everyone!
The goal of our website is to provide you with information about our municipality. Here you can learn about the many departments we have and the services that we offer. This is the hub where you will find a vast amount of information about our local government at your convenience and your leisure.
If there is something that you cannot find, please feel free to contact us during normal business hours and we will be pleased to assist you with any questions. Also, please check back often as we update the site frequently
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Input Sought to Protect Manchester’s Natural Resources The Manchester Township Environmental Commission is seeking input from the general public on the Township’s draft Natural Resource Inventory before it is finalized. A Natural Resource Inventory is [...]
Town Hall / Municipal Buildings will be closed to the General Public until further notice out of an abundance of caution due to COVID-19. For all township business, each department can be accessed via email [...]
Congratulations to Public Works Director Al Yodakis on being named Municipal Engineer of the Year by the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers! According to Matthew S. Halpin, executive director of the NJSME, Director Yodakis [...]