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Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook, Union Beach

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection announces the execution of the Project Partnership Agreement for the Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay for Coastal Storm Risk Management, Union Beach, New Jersey.  The Project Partnership Agreement was executed by NJDEP Commissioner Bob Martin and Colonel Thomas D. Asbery on January 3rd 2018. Plans and specifications for Phase 1, the shoreline component, are in development.  Phase 1 consists of sand placement, terminal groins, dune crossovers and outfall extension.

 Study Reports

The following links are to downloadable PDFs of the Final Report, Supplemental Environmental Assessment and associated documents for the Sandy Hook and Raritan Bay, Union Beach, New Jersey, Coastal Storm Risk Management Project.

Union Beach Final HSLRR
Union Beach SEA

Appendix A – Engineering and Design

Appendix B – Economics

Appendix C - Costs

Appendix D – Real Estate Plan

Appendix E – Pertinent Correspondence

Appendix F – Public Access Plan

Please refer to the Fact Sheet for more information or contact the Project Manager.