Lacey Township Middle School is a part of the Lacey Township School District. For the 2008-2009 school year, the…More average class size is 24 and there are 769 students enrolled in the school. The school ranks above average in Language Arts Literacy, Reading, Mathematics and Science. The student/faculty ratio is 13.1.
Lacey Township Middle School also features a soccer and a baseball complex.
Ocean County Library- Lacey Township Branch 10 E Lacey Rd, Forked River, NJ08731 The Lacey Township Library located in Forked River offers a variety of programs including book discussions, computer…More courses, genealogy courses, Lego events, a knitting group, English instruction, Nintendo club and writers groups. The library has computers and CD players.
Lacey Township Police Department 808 Lacey Rd, Forked River, NJ08731 The Lacey Township Police Department is located in Forked River directly behind the municipal building. The department…More has two chiefs two lieutenants. There is a patrol division, an investigation division, a records bureau, special services, and a training department. The police department is also responsible for emergency management, homeland security, and and enforcing laws and ordinances.
Lacey Township Recreation Office 818 Lacey Rd, Forked River, NJ08731 The Lacey Township Recreation Office is a government department located on West Lacey Road in Forked River, behind the…More Police Department. The office oversees numerous programs and community events, including sports programs, community athletics, lakefronts and beaches as well as summer and camp programs. The department also schedules youth, adult and senior recreational classes and senior day trips throughout the year. Some programs include overnight trips, sports activities and performances.
The Lacey Community Complex consists of a Township of Lacey meeting building and the Worden House. The Lacey…More Municipal Alliance and Veterans of Ocean County are housed in the Worden House.
The Municipal Alliance is a committee made up of town residents from local businesses, churches, organizations and the school community. The purpose of the committee is to organize programs and activities that help prevent the use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs.
Lacey Township EMS Parker Ave & Oak St, Forked River, NJ08731 The Lacey Township EMS is designated Squad #23 and serves Forked River, Bamber Lake, and six miles of the Garden State…More Parkway. The EMS station is also a primary responder for the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station for Emergency Medical Services. The staff consists entirely of volunteers, half of whom are certified as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's). The Lacey Township EMS generally answers about 2,000 emergency calls a year.
Lacey Township High School is a part of the Lacey Township School District. The following statistics are as of the…More 2008-2009 school year. The average class size is 18.8 and there are 1502 students enrolled in the school. The school ranks above average in Language Arts Literacy and Mathematics. The student/faculty ratio is 12.1 and 95.2 percent of the students graduate while 47.8 percent of the graduating students go on to a two-year college and 36.1 percent go on to a four-year college.
Lacey Township High School has a football field, track, soccer fields, baseball fields and softball fields.
Board of Education 200 Western Blvd, Lanoka Harbor, NJ08734 The Lacey Township Board of Education is located in Lanoka Harbor next to Mill Pond Elementary School. This building…More houses the superintendent and administrative staff. The school board meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month at the Lacey Township High School.
Double Trouble State Park is located in Berkeley and Lacey townships. The park is part of Pinelands National Reserve.…More More than 8,000 acres of natural resources are protected in this park, which has self-guided trails and opens certain parts to hunting.
Double Trouble State Park also houses Cedar Creek, draining an area of 54.3 square miles within Berkeley and Lacey townships. Finally, the state park is home to the Double Trouble Historic Village, which includes a company town, a sawmill, and a cranberry sorting and packing house. There are several cranberry bogs throughout the park.
Argos Farm 1250 Lacey Rd, Forked River, NJ08731-5844 Argos Farm is a family-oriented farm and corn maze in Lacey Township. It hosts pumpkin picking, hay rides, pig racing,…More pony rides and much more. Seasonal attractions include the Haunted Corn Maze, which operates during fall. The grounds also feature an Equestrian Center.
The Lanoka Harbor Volunteer Fire Company was established in 1941. Currently, the fire department has 45 active…More members. The department is funded by Lacey Township but relies heavily on donations. The Lankoka Harbor Volunteer Fire Company is also home to the Lacey Township Underwater Rescue & Recovery Team.
The department also has a banquet hall that can be rented for public use.
Forked River Elementary School is a part of the Lacey Township School District. The following statistics are as of…More 2008-2009 school year. The average class size is 18.2. There are 492 students enrolled in the school. The school ranks above average in language arts literacy, mathematics, reading and science. The student/faculty ratio is 10.7.
The school has soccer, softball and baseball fields as well a playground and picnic tables.