The Stone Harbor Office of Code Enforcement reviews all applications and plans for compliance with the Borough Ordinances, the Uniform Construction Code Regulations, State of New Jersey International Building Code and the International Residential Code, the National Standard Plumbing Code, the National Electrical Code, NFPA 72, the International Mechanical Code, as adopted by New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Codes and Standards, CAFRA and Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Permits, Rules and Regulations.
The office, located on the first floor at Stone Harbor Borough Hall, 9508 Second Avenue, is where all applications for construction, zoning, planning board, zoning board and site plan shall be submitted for review, approval or processing. The staff are available from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM each weekday, Monday thru Friday to assist and answer questions, from the public and contractors, in the procedures for filling out and submitting the forms as well as to answer all questions concerning the codes and ordinances and Borough Procedures. Information and maps are available for compliance with the flood requirements of FEMA. The office staff also reviews all applications for fences, sheds, driveways, curb cuts, sidewalks and curb repairs or replacements. The inspectors perform all inspections from the start of construction thru the final completion. A request for any inspection can be called into the office at anytime the office is open by the contractor or homeowner, if they are performing their own work. If members of the public or any contractor has any questions, the staff of the office will be happy to assist you in any way they can. Please call any time at the numbers listed above or you can email the Construction Official/Zoning Official at firstname.lastname@example.org We welcome your call or email.
The Borough of Stone Harbor presents some valuable information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). On the FEMA website, you can search and find very important documents regarding storm recovery, mitigation, frequently asked questions, the National Flood Insurance Program, and other essential information. Please visit this link opens in a new windowhttps://www.fema.gov/about-agency so you can quickly search for information and documents that pertain to your property or business. For information on how you can better prepare your property in advance of the next storm event, please visit opens in a new windowwww.ready.gov for complete information on how you can prepare your property, family, and pets before a storm arrives in Stone Harbor.