BRICK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — With a Nor’easter expected to strike the area later this week, one New Jersey township has decided not to taking any chances.

On Monday, Brick Township instituted a mandatory evacuation order for low-lying waterfront areas of the town of Brick by 6 p.m. Tuesday.

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The affected areas include:

• The Midstreams neighborhood east of Jordan Road;
• The area of Island Drive in Cedarcroft;
• North & South Drives in Metedeconk;
• Princeton Avenue east of Beaver Dam Road;
• Cedarbridge Manor East of Lions Lane;
• Vanada Woods;
• Eagle Pass;
• Sandy Point;
• Tilton Road;
• Cranberry Cove;
• Swan Point Park including Beaton and Gale roads;
• Baywood East of Pilot Drive and Mandolay Drive;
• Cherry Quay South of Tiller Lane;
• Sailors Quay off of Pleasant Drive, North Pier and South Sailors Quay;
• Waterfront Property in Mallard Point;
• Seaview Drive and Seaview Avenue in Seaview Village;
• Shore Acres;
• Seawood Harbor;
• Waterfront Property in Bay Harbor.

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Anyone whose home does not fall into the mandatory evacuation area, but sustained damage in Superstorm Sandy, was also encouraged to evacuate.

The Nor’easter was expected to bring about 1 inch of rain, wind gusts of 30 to 60 mph, and storm surges to the area Wednesday.

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