Flooding on a barrier island street during the Oct. 2015 nor'easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Flooding on a barrier island street during the Oct. 2015 nor’easter. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

Brick Township has opened two parking lots in town where residents can relocate their cars in preparation for flooding anticipated in this weekend’s predicted nor’easter.

Residents in low lying areas may relocate their cars for the duration of the storm to the Drum Point Sports Complex, Hibbard Youth Baseball Complex (56 Tiller Lane) and Boland Youth Baseball Complex (2000 Lanes Mill Road). These areas will be cleared once all streets are cleared, officials said in a statement.

Residents who park in the lots will also need to be prepared to clear snow from around your vehicle after the storm.

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The following closures and cancellations have been announced:

  • Brick Public Works collections have been cancelled for Saturday. Collections scheduled for Saturday will be done on Monday.  All collections will be delayed one day next week.
  • The Public Works Recycling Center on Ridge Road will not be open on Saturday.
  • The Annual Rabies Clinic scheduled for Saturday, January 24 has been postponed until Saturday, January 31. There will be a two-week grace period granted for license renewals.
  • All Recreation Department activities scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, including Challenger Bowling, the Lil’ Hoopsters and Bitty Basketball Clinics and all Recreation Basketball Games and Practices have been cancelled.

Residents are being asked to remove all cars and portable objects (i.e., basketball hoops) from the street prior to the storm to assist with snow removal efforts and to ensure emergency response personnel have access.