If any resident is in need of a charging/cooling station, please know we have opened the George Hausmann building, located at 30 Noble Place. This station will be open today until 4:30 pm.

If you need to submit a "Request for Service" please use the link provided below.http://www.aberdeennj.org/311/request/add


Please be aware DPW will continue to pick up storm related branches. Starting on Monday, August 10, 2020 through Friday, August 14, 2020 Public Works will be using the schedule listed below. Please leave the branches at the curb the night before your scheduled pick up. Please note, this is a one-time collection, debris that is put out after the scheduled pick-up date with be the responsibility of the homeowner to remove. Residents always have the option to dispose of the branches at the Public Works Garage, located at 147 Lennox Road, Cliffwood Beach. Public works is open Monday through Saturday 7am to 3pm. For any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Public Works at 732-583-4200ext.401.




Monday, August 10th

Sections W, F, O & the Freneau area (Including Wilson Avenue and Texas Road)


Tuesday, August 11th

Sections I & J

Wednesday, August 12th

Sections C, B and the High School area


Thursday, August 13th

Sections A, N, D and the Oakshades area


Friday, August 14th

Cliffwood & Cliffwood Beach (Including River Gardens)




            Township Latest News

            4/30/2020 - Scammers Targeting Elderly During Pandemic with Bail Scheme
            Police are warning residents about a scam targeting the elderly during quarantine after an Aberdeen Township household was scammed out of thousands of dollars, with similar attempts being made at others.
            Multiple cases have also been reported throughout various counties in the state. The victim or victims typically receive a phone call from a person posing as a lawyer or family member who says a child or grandchild has been arrested and needs to be bailed out of jail.
            The victims are then instructed to collect cash from the bank and wait at home where a bail bondsman will meet them due to the quarantine. The person posing as a bondsman accepts the cash and they’re never heard from again.
            Based on the circumstances, this appears to be an organized, targeted effort to defraud vulnerable adults who believe they are just trying to help their loved ones.
            If someone calls you asking for bail money, ask what jail your family member is reportedly being held in, note the phone number they are calling from, and hang
            up. Then call the detention facility and ask for confirmation that your loved one is being detained before making any decisions.
            If you have any information that could help detectives, please contact Captain Joseph
            Cole at 732-566-2054.

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