The Lincroft Village Green Association was established in May, 1999 as a small group of concerned residents who organized in order to block the sale and development of one of the last remaining open parcels of land in the village of Lincroft. The land, which is located on Newman Springs Road across from the Lincroft Commons Shopping Center, was zoned for commercial development. The group quickly developed a strategy to bring their pursuit to the forefront and, through various means, including a petition with over 2000 signatures, established contacts with local, county and state government officials. As a result of their determination and untiring efforts, the Lincroft Village Green Association, along with the help and support of the Middletown Township Committee, successfully rescued the parcel of land which is now preserved as open space…for all to enjoy.

Meetings are typically held the second Wednesday of each month.  If interested in attending a meeting, please email us at directorlvga@gmail.com for location and time. 

The Lincroft Village Green Association filed a charter as a non-profit corporation on May 11, 2001 under the laws of New Jersey. It is a civic association and is registered under Sec. 501c(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. We operate in accordance with our By-Laws. Its membership has grown to over 900 residents and the LVGA continues to actively work for the benefit of the Lincroft community.


The Lincroft Village Green Association has completed a number of projects that have added to the quality of life throughout our village.


Following is a selected list of our accomplishments to date:

  • Hired a private consultant who was instrumental in convincing the county to build a roundabout on Newman Springs Road at the Brookdale Community College entrance 
  • Successfully petitioned the County to incorporate a “dedicated pedestrian phase” at Hurley’s Lane/Newman Springs Road traffic light 
  • Convinced township officials to install blinking school lights on Newman Springs Road