The Center for Government Services (CGS) at Rutgers University assists the Bureau of Code Services in the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs in offering more than 325 seminars required by law for Construction Code Enforcement Officials, Technical Assistants, and Multiple Dwelling Inspectors.
The mission of the Continuing Education Program is to further the professional development of code enforcement personnel by providing quality educational offerings through continuing education programs for licensed inspectors and their support staff. Together, our state and local governments are committed to protecting the health, safety, and welfare of all people throughout our communities to ensure that New Jersey continues to be a safe and desirable place to live.
This seminar is designed to present an overview of NJ’s Flood Hazard Area Control Act Rules (N.J.A.C. 7:13). Instructor will discuss these rules in detail, and will answer questions regarding the technical issues and regulatory requirements involved in obtaining flood hazard area permits (formerly known as stream encroachment permits). This program provides attendees with an understanding of the flood hazard area permit process (from the pre-application stage through the formal review period and post-permit period) and addresses the major design and construction standards for activities within and near New Jersey’s waters.
Fri, Apr 27 - The Inn at Lambertville Station, LambertvilleFri, June 8 - Middlesex County Fire Academy, Sayreville
For additional information and to register for this course please complete visit http://www.cgs.rutgers.edu/programs/code-enforcement.
Or check out the brochure...CGS Spring 2012 Brochure
New Jersey Association For Floodplain Management
P.O. Box 1326 Trenton, New Jersey 08607
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