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New Jersey Natural Gas


02/08/2013 - For Immediate Release

New Jersey Natural Gas today provided the following update of our restoration of the storm-damaged portions of our system:

We continue to repair the portions of our system that serve the more heavily damaged side streets where main or services were retired for safety reasons.  This week, we re-pressurized 240 feet of main that serves Bay Avenue in West Ortley Beach; 315 feet of main that serves Fort Avenue in Ortley Beach; 550 feet of main that serves Harding Avenue in East Ortley Beach; 750 feet of main that serves 8th Avenue; and 1,565 feet of main that serves West Kupper, Baytree and Marion in Normandy Beach.

We have completed, or expect to complete repairs and re-pressurize the following damaged side streets by the following dates:

Streets Municipality or Area Tentative Date for Re-Pressurization
Baltimore, Elizabeth, Princeton, Bay Lavallette Complete
Bergen, North and South Lagoon, Channel Mantoloking Complete
Sailfish, Dawn Normandy Beach Complete
Broad, Ellison, Normandy, Arrow, 7th, Lake Chadwick Beach Complete
Marshmallow, North Lagoon, Hayes, Jacobsen Normandy Beach Complete
Harding, Coolidge Ortley Beach Complete
Ocean Terrace Seaside Heights Complete
Bay, Arnold, Tunney, Hiering, Bayside Ortley Beach Complete
Faber Lane Mantoloking Complete
Trenton, Newark, Elizabeth Lavallette Complete  Baltimore to boardwalk
East Plover Ocean Beach Complete
West Central Avenue (Route 35) Chadwick Beach Complete  Norman to 4th
O Street Seaside Park Complete
Princeton/Jersey City/New Jersey/Brooklyn Lavallette Complete      
K Street Seaside Park Complete
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th, Ocean Terrace Normandy Beach Complete   East of Route 35
Barnegat Lane Mantoloking 2/11    Bergen to Herbert
East Avenue Mantoloking Complete   Newman to Lyman
8th, from Baltimore to Bay and Richmond Ortley Beach Complete
4th and Dellmuth, from Washington to Bay Ortley Beach Complete
Tarpon, Dolphin, Marlin, Albacore, Holiday, Dune, Surf Ortley Beach Complete
Hiering/Colony Seaside Heights Complete
Harding Avenue north to Dover; east of Route 35 South Ortley Beach Complete
Harding Avenue; east of Route 35 North Ortley Beach Complete  to mid block 
West Kupper, Baytree, West Marion, Rte. 35 South Normandy Beach Complete
East Kupper, Neptune, Georgian, Deauville, Jeanette, 9th, Sunset Normandy Beach TBD
4th & 7th Avenues (east of Route 35) Normandy Beach Complete
Sea View Road, Ocean Road Ocean Beach TBD    Oceanfront
Albertson Street Mantoloking TBD    Runyon to the bay
3rd, from Railway to Bay; Shuster, from Washington to Bay; Washington, from 3rd to 2nd Ortley Beach Complete
7th Avenue, from Route 35 North to Oceanfront Ortley Beach Complete
Fort Avenue, Route 35 North Ortley Beach Complete  mid-block
4th Avenue; Route 35 North Ortley Beach 2/11    to Beier, including Nichols
9th Avenue; east of Route 35 North Ortley Beach TBD    mid-block
Bay Boulevard Ortley Beach Complete   1st to 2nd
8th Avenue; Route 35 North to Ocean Avenue Ortley Beach Complete

After a street is successfully re-pressurized, it will take two to three days to re-establish the meters and service lines on that street.  Once your meter work has been completed, you should see a tag on your meter, which indicates that your home or business has natural gas to its meter. As soon as you see the tag, and your home or business has electricity and is habitable and occupied, then you may have your own qualified technician determine that your natural gas system and equipment are safe for use, and turn on your natural gas service.

Updates on our schedule and progress are available at

Federal, New Jersey and local safety codes prohibit tampering with natural gas meters and service lines. Even if natural gas service has not yet been restored to your area, this could significantly hamper efforts to restore service.

If you smell an odor of natural gas, leave the building immediately. Do not light matches, touch electrical switches or appliances, or use your telephone. From a safe location, customers should notify us of all gas leaks immediately at 800-GAS-LEAK.

Please remember that at least three business days prior to outdoor construction or digging, contractors and property owners – whoever is excavating – must call New Jersey One Call at 811 or 800-272-1000 and take the following steps:

  • Wait for the site to be marked with paint, flags or stakes. Yellow indicates the presence of underground natural gas lines.
  • Respect the marks and dig with care.
  • Hand dig only (no mechanized equipment) within two feet of buried piping and facilities.
  • Be mindful that inclement weather may wash away the painted markings.

For additional information, visit our Hurricane Sandy Resource Center at


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