Planning & Community Development

Posted on: August 31, 2017

NJ FRAMES Project Seeks Public Input With Identifying Most Important Places In The Two Rivers Region

NJ Frames Asset Mapping Flyer

The NJ Fostering Regional Adaptation through Municipal Economic Scenarios (FRAMES) project is a regional and collaborative effort in coastal Monmouth County, NJ that seeks to understand and begin to address our future flood vulnerability. The end result will be a long-term Regional Resilience and Adaptation Action Plan that will identify ways our communities can reduce risks and impacts together.

NJ FRAMES would like your help with identifying the most important places in the Two Rivers Region.

CLICK HERE to access the online mapping platform and #MapWhatMatters by adding locations that are important to you in the Two Rivers Region. While some locations might seem obviously important – schools, hospitals, police departments – they are also looking for those less obvious, but equally important community hotspots – a favorite coffee shop, the community center that offers classes for seniors or children, the 24-hour pharmacy, or even the best little league baseball field! Any place that is important to the community, residents, businesses, or visitors is a place that matters.

You can also tweet with the hashtags #MapWhaMatters and #TwoRiversOneFuture and include photos, websites, names, or locations of the places that matter to you, along with a reason why. You can also post to Instagram using the same hashtags. 


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