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Mantoloking Municipal Court


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Mantaloking Municipal Court
Address: Mantoloking Municipal Court
202 Downer Avenue
Mantoloking, NJ 08738

Phone: 732-475-7398

Matters heard in the Mantoloking Municipal Court include Speeding and Traffic Tickets, Parking Tickets, Citizen Complaints, and Local Ordinances. Some DWI and NJ criminal charges are also filed in Mantoloking. Most of these are New Jersey disorderly persons (DP) offenses. The court is managed by Jennifer Eaton, CMCA Court Administrator. The court is open Tuesday 1pm to 4 pm, Thursday 9 am to 2pm. Court is in session on the fourth Wednesday of every month except for November and December.

Mantoloking is located in north eastern ocean county on the Barnegat Peninsula. The Peninsula separates Barnegat Bay from the Atlantic. Mantoloking can be reached by crossing over the Mantoloking Bridge from Brick Township. About 200 families call Mantoloking home. The town is famous for its champion yacht club. Mantoloking and neighboring Bay Head is often referred to as the Jersey Shore’s “Gold Coast”. Mantoloking’s name comes from the Lenni Lenape Indian Language, and its precise definition has been the subject of debate.






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