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The Township of Neptune has established a Green Team to organize and work with volunteers to help move the Township forward in developing a community sustainability program.  The Green Team will take on initiatives to earn certification with Sustainable Jersey – a nonprofit organization whose goal is to support community efforts to reduce waste, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and improve the environment for future generations.

The Green Team will leverage the skills and expertise of Team Members and volunteers to develop plans, implement programs, and assist with educational opportunities to help our community become more environmentally conscious.  Through public outreach and education, the Green Team will focus on important issues such as energy efficiency, recycling programs, water quality and community-wide waste reduction.  We’ll also be introducing additional community gardens and rain gardens, establishing safe travel lanes for alternative transportation, organizing community clean-ups, and more.  The establishment of an active Green Team can also help the Township of Neptune with grant opportunities through Sustainable Jersey.

Stay tuned for more about the Green Team, and information on how you can become involved in making a sustainable Neptune!


Committeemen Kevin McMillan, Director of Engineering & Planning Leanne Hoffmann and Mayor Nicholas Williams accepting the Bronze Certification for Neptune Township from Sustainable Jersey at their annual meeting in Atlantic City on Tuesday, November 12, 2018.

Neptune Township Green Team is currently working on Certification for 2022.

-Please CLICK HERE to view our 2018 presentation titled “Opportunities in Energy Management for Neptune Township”


  • New Jersey Natural Gas offers energy assistance days to help residents become more energy efficient and lower their energy bills. The day for Neptune will be September 26 at the Monmouth County Connection. Please visit the New Jersey Natural Gas Payment Assistance Programs Website for more information 


Electric Vehicle Information and Benefits

  • Charge Up New Jersey promotes Clean Vehicle adoption in the State by offering incentives of up to $4,000 for the purchase of lease of a new, eligible zero-emission vehicles, including battery electric and plug-in hybrid electric. For more inforamtion, please visit
  • Electric and Plug-in Hybrid cars purchased new in or after 2010 may be eligible for a federal income tax credit of up to $7,500. For more information, please visit 
  • Is an Electric Vehicle Cost Effective for you? U.S. Department of Energy has a Vehicle Cost Calculator that uses basic information about your driving habits to calculate total cost of ownership and emissions for makes and models of most vehicles. 


For the Nearest Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, Refer to these Locations Below:



Successful Electric Vehicle Community Outreach Event at 2022 Neptune Day


Green Team Members:

Keith Cafferty, Deputy Mayor

Patricia Monroe

Roslyn Steverson

Gina LaPlaca, Business Administrator

David Milmoe, Public Works Director


2022-2-8 Green Team Meeting

2022-3-8 Green Team Meeting

2022-3-22 Green Team Meeting

2022-4-12 Green Team Meeting

2022-4-26 Green Team Meeting

2022-5-17 Green Team Meeting

2022-6-8 Green Team Meeting

2022-6-14 Green Team Meeting

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