Storm Causes Some Polling Places to Change; Here’s Where to Vote

November 5, 2012
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FREEHOLD – The Monmouth County Clerk’s Office and the Monmouth County Board of Elections continue to strive to provide a normal as possible Election Day for residents of Monmouth County in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

In 51 of the 53 Monmouth County municipalities, residents will be voting in their communities.

Provisions have been made for residents in two of the most severely storm-ravaged boroughs to vote in neighboring communities. Sea Bright residents will vote at the Fair Haven Fire House on 645 River Road in Fair Haven. Loch Arbour residents will be voting at the Allenhurst Fire House on 311 Hume Street in Allenhurst. All other residents will vote in their own community.

In 23 of the 53 municipalities of Monmouth County, there will be no changes in polling districts.

However, storm damage has required polling sites to be moved or consolidated in the remaining municipalities. These changes were coordinated with the municipal clerks in each municipality.

For questions about Election Day polling places, please call your municipal clerk.

Here are some of the Two River area polling places:


All residents (Districts 1 though 4) will vote at the Atlantic Highlands Emergency Services Building, 10 E. Highland Ave.


Districts 4 and 5 were previously in Board of Education Admin Building;District 7 was previously at Cedar Drive School; and District 3 was previously in Library Main Meeting Room.

On Tuesday:Districts 1 and 7 will vote at Fire Company No1 Meeting Room,88 County Road 537 West

Districts 2 and 8 at St. Mary’s Parish Hall, 1 Phalanx Rd

District 3 at Colts Neck First Aid Squad,1 Heritage Way

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Districts 4 and 5 at Primary School, 70 Conover Road

District 6 at Fire Company No. 2 Meeting Room,50 Conover Road


All voting (Districts 1 through 6) will be held at the youth center, 35 Fisk St.


District 5 was previously voted at Point Road School; District 3 was previously at St. Johns Chapel; and Districts 2 and 4 were previously at the Women’s Club.

On Tuesday:

Districts 1 and 3 at Borough Hall, 480 Prospect Ave

Districts 2 and 4 at Little Silver Library, 484 Prospect Ave

District 5, 6 and 7 at the Markham Place School Library,95 Markham Place


Districts 1, 2, 3 will vote in Town Hall Meeting Room, 4 Crawfords Corner Road

Districts 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 at Holmdel High School, 36 Crawfords Corner Road.


Districts 15 and 37 were previously in the Harmony School, Districts 2 and 29 were previously in Navesink School, District 16 was previously in Port Monmouth First Aid, Districts 6 and 36 were previously in Port Monnmouth Fire House, Districts 14 and 31 were previously in New Monmouth School, Districts 12, 20, 39, and 44 were previously in Nutswamp School, Districts 7, 17 and 27 were previously in Ocean Avenue School, Districts10 and 35 were previously in River Plaza School and Districts 30 and 38 were previously in Thompson Middle School.

On Tuesday:

Districts 1 22 and 45 will vote at Middletown Village School, all purpose room, 147 Kings Highway

Districts 2, 4, 9, 24, 29 at Croydon Hall gym, 900 Leonardville Road

Districts 3, 13, 23 and 33 at Bayview School, all-purpose room, 300 Leonardville Road

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Districts 5, 19, 25 and 42 at Lincroft School, all- purpose room, 729 Newman Springs Road.

Districts 6, 16, 21 and 36 at Port Monmouth School lobby, Route 36 entrance, 202 Main St., Port Monmouth

District 7, 15, 17, 26, 27, 37 and 46 at Thorne Middle School, teachers; lounge, 70 Murphy Road, Port Monmouth

Districts 8, 18, 28 and 32 at Fairview School, all-purpose room, 230 Cooper Road, Red Bank

Districts 10, 35, 40 and 41 at Shadow Lake Village Clubhouse, 1 Loch Arbor Way, Red Bank

Districts 11, 14, 31 and 34 at Middletown High School North Auditorium Lobby, 63 Tindall Road, Middletown

Districts 12, 20, 30, 38, 39, 43 and 44 at Middletown High School South, main lobby, 900 Nutswamp Road, Middletown


No changes; all polling places remain the same.


Districts 1 and 4 will vote at Oceanport Hook and Ladder Fire house, 21 Main St.

Districts 2, 3 and 5 at Port-au-Peck Chemical Hose Company No. 1, 433 Myrtle Ave.


No changes; all polling locations remain the same.


All polling locations for Districts 1 through 6 have been changed to the Forrestdale School cafeteria, 60 Forrest Ave.

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