On Monday, April 3rd there was a groundbreaking ceremony for the “Streetscape” project set to begin in Neptune.


Please join with the Mayor and Township Committee, and other municipal officials and community leaders as we kick off the long awaited streetscape project.

The groundbreaking ceremony will take place at Midtown Commons Park, Monday, April 3, at 3:30 pm.

 


This spring and into the summer months, New Jersey American Water will perform its annual cleaning of the water distribution system to help ensure that customers continue to receive high-quality, reliable water service.  Starting the week of March 20, New Jersey American Water will begin annual maintenance to flush out harmless mineral deposits that may have built up in the pipe’s inner walls.


The number one priority of the Township Committee is to continue providing assistance to those residents that were displaced. It is common with an incident of this magnitude for a thorough investigation to take place. We welcome this one in Ocean Grove. We urge residents to not rush to any judgment, or engage in what may turn out to be erroneous speculation, until the professionals on the scene have had a chance to do their jobs.


The fire at the La Pierre has displaced a number of residents.  If you know of anyone who needs emergency shelter, please let them know that the Camp Meeting Association has opened the Community Room, and that St. Paul’s is open as well.

 

Displaced residents should contact the Red Cross for emergency assistance.



The phrase “our children are the future of our community,” is one that is often uttered by political candidates and elected officials. It is also a phrase, and perhaps rightly so, that draws eye rolls and under the breath comments from those within earshot of the speaker. The words themselves are empty, which is why in Neptune Township I am making sure that in this year that I serve as Mayor, we don’t just say them, but that we put them into action.


                       
                      
by Brian T. Butch MDIV, MSW, MA, LCSW
 

This document outlines three steps to take to create your Family Emergency Communication Plan: collect contact information for your family and other important contacts; make sure everyone carries a copy of this information with them; and have regular household meetings to review and practice your plan. This document also includes fillable wallet-sized cards—simply type in your information for your family and other important contacts and then print them.


The Monmouth County Special Needs Registry is a voluntary service open to all citizens with disabilities who reside, attend school or are employed in Monmouth County, and is the first of its kind in the state.


By Bernie Haney, Tax Assessor

I was just inspected in 2014.  Why am I being inspected again?

In 2014 Neptune Township performed a Revaluation in order to bring the entire town from a fractional assessment to “market value”

The revaluation was put into effect for the 2015 tax year.  During a revaluation ALL properties are inspected.  



For pdf version of the card, click here (good for printing)


 

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