News & Announcements
Union Beach Recreation Fall Festival
🍁 Join UBRC for our first-ever Fall Festival! 🍁
🍃 Saturday, October 23, 2021, join UBRC at Scholer Park from 1-4PM for a celebration of Fall Fun! Music, games, vendors, and more! 🍃
🎃 Join us to pick and decorate your very own pumpkin! 🎃
👻 Come in costume for a chance to win “spooktacular” prizes! 👻
🍂 End the day of fun with a movie! 🎥 Starting at 6:30PM, we will present Disney’s “Hocus Pocus” on the big screen under the stars! ⭐️
🎃 You will not want to miss out! 🎃
Message from Mayor Cocuzza (pdf)
I hope all of you had a wonderful summer making many memories with family and friends and that everyone enjoys the autumn weather before we head toward the winter months and the Holiday Season!
As we leave the summer months behind, we remind everyone to please drive carefully, as the children have returned to school and we anticipate a great deal of traffic during drop off and pick up times.
As many of you may have noticed, the Borough had many road reconstruction projects taking place throughout town which I have listed below:
OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
Free Rabies Clinic
Saturday, November 13th
10:00 am to Noon
at Public Works
1400 Florence Avenue
Cats must be in a carrier and Dogs on a leash
NJNG Energy Assistance
Energy assistance programs are not limited to lower-income households, and free grants may be available for the moderate-income family.* For example, a family of four with a household income of up to $123,430 may qualify for some assistance. In fact, customers may qualify for more than one program.
The BOROUGH OF UNION BEACH Announces the (pdf)
TAX SALE of 2020 And Prior Year(s) Delinquent Taxes and Other Municipal Charges Through an ON-LINE AUCTION To Be Held On Friday, October 8, 2021.
For a Listing of All Parcels, Please Visit https://unionbeach.newjerseytaxsale.com
Information Can Be Viewed FREE OF CHARGE for the
Press Release from Christine Hanlon, Monmouth County Clerk
Clerk Hanlon is advising voters that they will have more ways and more days to vote in person with the implementation of a new voting option beginning this upcoming Nov. 2 General Election. Earlier this year, a new State law was passed mandating the option of in-person early voting in New Jersey. This new option allows registered voters to cast their ballots in person, using a voting machine, during a nine day period prior to Election Day at designated early voting polling locations.
New Jersey voters will now have three options for voting: These options are voting by mail, voting in person on Election Day at assigned polling locations, or the new early in-person voting option at designated polling locations.
Clerk Hanlon has also launched a video series advising voters of these major changes to the election process. The first installment, an overview of the process, can be shared and embedded at the following:
Monmouth County, 9-11 and It's Aftermath
This film was produced by the Monmouth County Clerk’s Office to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States of America. The film, directed by Adam Worth, is in partnership with the Monmouth County Historical Association with support from Monmouth University, and incorporates archival records and original interviews with Monmouth County, New Jersey residents impacted by the events of 9/11, including widows, survivors, first responders, historians, government officials, and more.
The purpose of this film is to preserve the history of Monmouth County, New Jersey, 9/11, its aftermath.
Monmouth County Planning Board-CRS
The CRS program which is run by FEMA through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) scores communities on their effectiveness in dealing with flood mitigation as well as flood plain management and development. Flood insurance policy holders in participating CRS communities are eligible for discounts in Special Flood Hazard Areas based on their community’s CRS rating. The Monmouth County Division of Planning and the Monmouth County Office of Emergency Management have partnered to offer their professional and technical expertise in hazard mitigation, community planning, public outreach, and GIS mapping to municipalities that wish to participate in the Monmouth County Community Rating System Assistance Program.
A Message From Our Chief of Police
Please see Chief Michael Woodrow's message under "Departments" Police Department on the right side of this page. The Police Department will be updating their page to relay information to the residents in a timely manner.
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