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Neptune City Police Department

106 West Sylvania Avenue

Neptune City, NJ 07753

Ph: (732)-775-1615


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Neptune City Police Traffic Safety Bureau

With a large concentration of major highways passing through the Borough of Neptune City, on average, over 300 reportable motor vehicle accidents were handled by the Neptune City Police Department. Even though there are only 5,500 residents, we have thousands of vehicles pass through our town each day.

The Traffic Safety Bureau often receives complaints of traffic congestion and roadway hazards that occur on State and County highways. Temporary roadway hazards, accidents, and careless drivers will always receive the full attention of this department. Engineering concerns, normal traffic congestion, light signal sequences or poor roadway design should be addressed to the appropriate Transportation Department listed below.

Monmouth County DOT, 250 Center St. Freehold, NJ 732-431-7849

NJ State DOT, 1034 Parkway Ave. Trenton, NJ 732-409-3263

Violations Information

If you have receive a motor vehicle summons and wished to plead not guilty, you must call the Neptune City Municipal Court

at 732-775-1690 at least seven days prior to the court date listed at the bottom of the summons.  If you wish to pay the summons you

may do so on line at NJM Direct.

Handicap Placards

The Neptune City Police Traffic Safety Bureau also processes SP-68 Application for Temporary Handicapped Placard. These applications can be picked up or mailed to you. Applications must be signed by a medical doctor, podiatrist, or chiropractor and returned to the police department with a check in the amount of $4.00 made payable to: "NJ Motor Vehicle Commission" These temporary permits will be issued only when necessary and when the applicant's physical condition is not considered permanent. These permits expire 1 year from issue date and may be extended if necessary. Permanent Placards can be obtained through NJDMV.