Residents are now able to register for their favorite programs or events on-line at
From the Mayor's Desk with Mayor McMorrow and Friends of the Monmouth County Parks Executive Director, Maria Wojciechowski
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|EMERGENCY ALERTS FOR TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS|
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The Monmouth County Health Department (MCHD) is seeking information from anyone who may have acquired, purchased, adopted or come into contact with pit bull puppies in the Cliffwood section of Aberdeen in the past three weeks.
Due to pending weather concerns, the free rabies clinic is canceled for January 23, 2016. The clinic is rescheduled for Saturday, February, 20, from 8am to 11am.
The dog re-licensing requirement is being extended until February 29th, after this date you will be subjected to a late fee.
The community garden will be open in spring 2016 for residents to start planting. Applications will be available online starting in January 2016. Click here for more information
The Monmouth County Board of Elections is seeking poll workers. Call us today to find out more about taking part in this important civic responsibility. To qualify, you must be a registered voter in Monmouth County and attend a poll worker training class. You will be paid $200 for working a Primary Election or General Election. Call us today at 732-431-7802 x7150 to register for a training class.
Beginning on or about April 14, 2016, JCP&L contractors will be performing line clearance tree trimming on the following streets. This work will include routine trimming of limbs to provide clearance from electric wires, removal of limbs overhanging electric conductors and removal of hazard trees that pose an imminent risk to electric facilities. All tree removals are performed in accordance with JCP&L easement rights or otherwise with the written consent of property owners.
The 2016 Recycling Schedule has been posted to the website. Click here to view the full schedule
From mid September through early October, New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) will host its annual Energy Assistance Days throughout its service territory. Here, representatives from NJNG and state-designated agencies will team with community members to determine which programs best fit their needs and assist with the application process. To qualify and apply for energy-assistance programs, participants must provide proof of identification, proof of income, proof of home ownership or rental agreement and recent copies of both natural gas and electric utility bills.
Join the Freehold Township Heritage Society, a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, in a preservation challenge of historic proportions. The Magnificent circa 1860 John M. Boude house, located in Freehold Township in historic Western Monmouth County, is at risk of being lost to the ages. The majestic, Civil War era Italianate colonial, is on land that is due to be developed in October of 2015 and will be lost unless the structure can be moved to the Oakley Farmstead Museum complex.
Freehold First Aid is in need of volunteers.
If you would like more information or would like to make a contribution, please call 732-308-1515 or visit http://www.freeholdems.org/.
If you see a pothole that is in need of repair in Freehold Township, please click here to use the form located on the website, or contact the Department of Public Works at 732-294-2160.
1) Commercial solicitors are allowed out only on Monday - Saturday and cannot knock after 7:30 pm
2) Non-Commercial solicitors cannot knock after 9 pm
3) All commercial solicitors except for Verizon, Cablevision and public utility companies, must have Freehold Township issued identification. Non-commercial solicitors will have badges issued by their organization.
4) If a solicitor knocks on your door and does not meet the requirements outlined above, or if you are on the Do Not Solicit list, call the Police Department immediately at 732-462-7500.
Freehold Township is participating in a Hazard Mitigation Plan with Monmouth County and FEMA. The planning and development process is complete and the public review period is now open. Residents may go to the Monmouth County OEM website and review the plan. Upon review, residents are encouraged to make comments or ask questions. The plan will be available online Monday Oct. 20, 2014 and be available for review through Monday Nov. 17, 2014. All comments may be made directly through the website.
To review the plan, go to http://www.monmouthsheriff.org/Sections-read-144.html.