News & Announcements
October 2018 "Sandy" Mitigation Deadline (pdf)
For borough property owners whose property falls under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) the borough has been asked by FEMA and NJDEP to communicate the above impending deadline for "substantially damaged" or "substantially improved" properties. Any questions can be directed to the borough's Floodplain Manager, Tim Davis, in our Construction Office at 732-526-8687. The FEMA and NJDEP correspondence containing a link to additional information can be reviewed by clicking on "More" below.
JANUARY IS DOG LICENSING MONTH (pdf)
We have initiated a new on-line system for dog licensing. Access the application by using the Dog License tab on the left side of the home page. Fill out, attach the rabies certificate and submit. If you cannot attach the rabies certificate, bring it with you and it will be done at Borough Hall. All dogs must be registered by January 31, 2018 to avoid a late fee. As of February 1, 2018 an additional late fee of $15.00 will be added to EACH dog licensed.********************************************** See attached for free Rabies Clinics in January.
A MESSAGE FROM PAUL J. SMITH, MAYOR (pdf)
I hope that everyone had a very happy holiday season and had a chance to spend at least a little time celebrating with friends and family. As we enter into the New Year, it gives us a chance to reflect on the accomplishments of the past year and look with anticipation towards the goals of the coming year.
COUNCIL MEETINGS FOR 2018 BEGIN AT 7:00 PM
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.
JCP&L Power Outages
In the event you experience a power outage please contact JCP&L by telephone at 1-888-LIGHTSS (544-4877) or go to their website at: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/outageshelp/ReportPower_Outages.html . It is important for every customer affected to call and report their outage even if you believe your neighbor has already done so.
Commercial Corridors Resiliency Plan (pdf)
Commercial uses are the engine of many communities, providing jobs, goods and services critical to neighborhoods and a sense of place. Throughout the region, retailers and their inventory, primarily located on the ground floor and basement of buildings, are particularly vulnerable to storm impacts.
Multi Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan
In accordance with Part 201.6 of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), as amended,Monmouth County, New Jersey, has developed this Update of its Multi Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan to identify hazards that threaten the County and ways to reduce future damages associated with these hazards.