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.

 

Day

Sections

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

            5/7/2020 - Freeholders provide updates on COVID-19 situation

            Freeholders provide updates on COVID-19 situation

             

            FREEHOLD, NJ – On behalf of the Board of Chosen Freeholders, Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone and Freeholder Deputy Director Susan M. Kiley held a press conference today to provide updates on the COVID-19 situation in the County.

             

            Freeholder Director Arnone spoke about the successful reopening of Monmouth County parks and golf courses.

             

            “We are grateful to the Park Rangers and Sheriff’s Officers for monitoring the parks and to all of the residents who practiced social distancing while visiting the parks and golf courses,” said Freeholder Director Arnone. “Because of the overwhelming compliance we have had, the Park System has been able to open the off-leash dog areas for our residents to bring their pets.”

             

            The parks are open for regular posted hours, which are available at www.monmouthcountyparks.com, and parking will be limited to half capacity. Park Rangers monitor visitor loads and will temporarily close parks if parking lots become too full.

             

            Freeholder Director Arnone spoke about the upcoming summer tourism season and his ongoing efforts with the state, county and local levels.

             

            “I have been working closely with the Governor’s office on beaches reopening and I hope to have more guidance next week,” said Freeholder Director Arnone. “I am in constant communication with our shore town mayors and I would like to see the beaches open by Memorial Day weekend.”

             

            With regard to County operations, the Freeholders spoke about both future and current plans for safety measures.

             

            “The safety of our employees and the public has always been our top priority,” said Freeholder Director Arnone. “County Administration has asked Departments and Divisions to develop plans for safely operating once the restrictions to public access have been lifted, which will protect both the public and employees.”

             

            While the Division of Social Services remains open to the public, residents are encouraged to apply for services online or by phone but will be assisted in the office if needed. The Division of Social Services can be reached by calling 732-431-6000.

             

            Freeholder Deputy Director Kiley spoke about the continued ways that Monmouth ACTS is working to address human services needs, including the creation of the Financial Recovery Initiative geared towards providing financial resources and guidance for our residents and small businesses. 

            “The County’s Division on Aging, Disabilities and Veterans Services has continued to update the online COVID-19 Pandemic Resource Guide, available at monmouthacts.org/covid19,” said Freeholder Deputy Director Kiley. “Within the last week, information has been posted regarding resources including facemasks, transportation and additional food resources that deliver and offer meals for residents with dietary restrictions through Take out in Monmouth.”

            For more Monmouth County news updates and information regarding the COVID-19 situation, go to www.visitmonmouth.com.

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