Over the past weekend, Neptune Township hosted Monmouth County Sheriff's Office OEM's Active Shooter Drill right here at Neptune High School. Police Officers, Emergency Medical Personnel, Firefighters, Community Emergency Response Team members, and public safety agencies from around the county joined in the two-day training session as part of our commitment to providing high-quality safety and security to our communities. The training featured presentations from public safety professionals such as Retired New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Chief James Leonard and a number of real-life scenarios designed to test our capabilities. These training sessions take place many times throughout the year at locations around the county, and we appreciate the opportunity to host it here in Neptune. Thank you to all those who participated!
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Wednesday AM Snowfall
Starting later this evening and into the morning hours, Neptune can expect a quick temperature drop and the rain to gradually change over to snow by the early morning. Snow is expected to fall across much of the state starting in the early morning and continuing into the early afternoon on Wednesday. Accumulations of less than 2" are expected for our area, but snowfall during the morning commute will slow travel regardless of the accumulation. Commuters heading north in the morning should plan for a slower than usual drive, and use extra caution as road surfaces will be slippery. Morning update to follow as necessary.
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Today, we’re remembering U.S. Navy veteran and longtime Neptune Township Police Department Officer John Jackson, who passed away on December 6th, 2017. Our thoughts and support remain with his friends and family on this difficult day. Thank you for your years of service to our community and country. ... See MoreSee Less