• Multi-year State Channel Dredging Program Announced

    by  • July 14, 2014 • News

    Governor Christie recently announcement a multi-year state channel dredging program. Dredging bays and rivers is essential to clear the channels for boating, minimize flooding from severe storms, and for protecting the waters for marine life.

    The first project was recently launched in two creeks in Keansburg, Monmouth County. The three other shore counties also will be the beneficiaries of this program. Additionally, a federal grant, secured by Congressman Pallone, will pay for the dredging the Shrewsbury River and moving the sediment to Monmouth Beach where it will be used to create their dune system – a win/win for residents and boaters on the Shrewsbury River and another step in strengthening Monmouth Beach’s ocean front from storm damage.


    The Jersey Shore Partnership is an advocate of initiatives that are unique and important to the Jersey Shore coastal communities with an emphasis on shore protection and beach replenishment. The Partnership takes an active role in New Jersey’s economy including tourism, coastal resources, vital infrastructure, education and emergency preparedness.