Lavallette Police Department Forms, Permits,
currently available online.
|Application for Employment||Operation Reassurance||Emergency Property Contact and Alarm Registration|
|Beach Buggy Permits|
|Towing Service Registration||Solicitation Permit||Vendor Application|
Some forms, permits, and application's are not available
and must be filled out in person at Police Headquarters.
If you do not see the form you are looking for Please contact
Police Department during administrative business hours,
Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm.
Applications for Class I Officers should be mailed to Lavallette Police Department. Applications need to be received by February 13, 2015
Lavallette Police Department
Attn: Sergeant Schierer
1300 Grand Central Ave
Lavallette NJ 08735
Print your application and bring it to:
Lavallette Police Department
1300 Grand Central Avenue
Lavallette, NJ 08735
Download: Employment Application
The Borough of Lavallette is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Assisting senior citizens, or people living under special circumstances that live alone.
You will be required to call the Police Department every
day between 6:00am and 11:00am.
If your call is not received by 11:00 am we will call you.
If there is no answer a police officer will be dispatched to your home to ensure your well being.
If a key is not made available to the police officer forced entry into your home may be required.
The Lavallette Police Department or it's members will not be held liable for any damage incurred by the forced entry.
If you are interested in participating please print and fill out the application below and return it to Police Headquarters, if you are unable to bring the application to police headquarters an officer can pick it up from your residence.
Download: Operation Reassurance Application
This program is a courtesy extended to all property owners of Lavallette by the Police Department.
With this program the police department is able to contact you regarding your home or property.
The Lavallette Police Department must be able to make immediate contact with either the homeowner or emergency contact person in case of an emergency.
Download: Emergency Property Contact Form
Beach Access Closed May 1 - September 15
Do Not Operate any type of motor vehicle, motor-driven vehicle, or motor-assisted vehicle on the municipal beach from May 1st through and including September 15th and on Saturday or Sunday from September 16th through and including September 30th.
BE ADVISED: You are responsible for knowing the regulations governing the use of vehicles on the beach; therefore, be sure to read the Code for Permits below.
Permits are good for the Calendar year January 1st - December 31
Fill out application, and bring it to Lavallette Borough
Borough of Lavallette
1306 Grand Central Avenue
Lavallette, NJ 08735
Permits are sold at the Lavallette Borough Hall Monday - Friday
9am to 4pm
Cash, Check or Money Order Only
No Credit or Debit Cards Accepted
The following list is required for any vehicle on the beach to carry:
- Tow Chain
- Tire Gauge
- Spare Tire
- First Aid Kit
- Tire Pump
- Block of Wood
- Fire Extinguisher
No Fires Are Allowed On Lavallette Beaches
Requests for an off duty Police Officer for traffic control or when required by The Lavallette Police.
Download: Request for Off Duty Officer
In order to obtain a firearm, you must meet eligibility requirements and comply with the statutes which govern firearms purchases in the State of New Jersey.
All firearms applications for residents of Lavallette are handled through the police department. If you need guidance with the application process or have questions, please call Ptl. Ryan Greenhalgh 732-793-4800 .
New application packet and forms are coming soon, if you need guidance with the application process please call Ptl. Ryan Greenhalgh 732-793-4800
No towing service shall be placed upon the towing list for the towing or storing of motor vehicles within the Borough unless the towing service shall first register with the Borough. In order to be placed upon the towing list for light-duty towing, a towing service must be located within 15 miles of the geographic center of the Borough of Lavallette or within the Borough of Lavallette.
A towing service that has met all the specifications and requirements of this chapter and has registered with the Borough shall be placed on the towing list by the Chief of Police or Public Safety Director; however, the maximum number of towing services on the Borough's towing list shall be five such services.
Services shall be placed on the Borough's towing list on a first-come first-served basis. Vacancies shall be filled in the same manner. Each towing service must submit its schedule of basic towing and storage rates with its registration application.
- Download: Towing Service Registration Application
- Related: See Chapter 26A of the Borough Codebook for full rules on towing.
Any person seeking to engage in solicitation within the Borough of Lavallette shall apply to the Borough of Lavallette Police Department for a solicitation permit no less than five business days prior to engaging in solicitation.
The Police Department, shall issue a permit upon completion of the solicitation permit application form. A permit shall be issued to any and all applicants who complete the application form and provide photo identification. A separate permit shall be issued to each individual who engages in solicitation within the Borough of Lavallette.
Solicitation in any address identified on the "Do Not Solicit" list shall constitute a violation of this chapter. Each and every solicitation at an address identified on the "Do Not Solicit" list by an individual solicitor shall constitute a separate violation of this chapter.
- Download: Solicitation Permit Application
- Related: See Chapter 22A of the Borough Codebook for full solicitation rules
The Lavallette Police Department would like to notify any resident who signed up to be on the "No Solicitation" List, to please contact the police department to place your name on the list. Unfortunately the list was not kept in digital form at the time of Super Storm Sandy and was lost in the storm. We apologize for this inconvenience, and encourage all homeowners who wish to be on the "No Solicitation" list to contact the Police Department to be placed on the list.
Any person, firm or corporation desiring to engage in the “business of peddling or selling any product from vehicles” shall apply in writing. The application shall be submitted to the Lavallette Police Department for processing. Applications must be submitted between January 1 and March 31.