Borough of Englishtown's

Community Bulletin Board

Welcome to the Community Bulletin Board.  Listed below is information provided by the Borough with the primary objective of keeping the Englishtown community up-to-date on Borough events.  Please  check here often, and feel free to call Borough Hall @ (732) 446-9235 if there's something you'd like to add to the board.

                

happy halloween

  Halloween Party 

Thursday, October 30th  

6 -8 p.m. at the Englishtown Fire House

          Admission Charge: 10 yrs and older is $3.00; under 10 is free.

Come join us for Pizza, DJ, Games and Fun!

 

    

     

 

 

HYDRANT FLUSHING

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2014

 

You may experience low water pressure and/or discoloration.

These problems will clear up on their own, 

just run your water until the problems cease

 

 

 

American Flag (Waving) - Copy (5)

 

DON'T FORGET TO VOTE!

 

General Election

 

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

 

Polls open 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.

 

Applications for Vote By Mail Ballots are available in the Municipal Clerk's Office.

A voter may apply for a Mail-In-Ballot up to 7 days prior to the election.

May also apply in person to the County Clerk until 3 p.m. the day before the election.

 

 

 

 

The Samaritan Center in Manalapan is in dire need of food donations.

Drop off box available inside Englishtown Borough Hall.

Help us help our community!

 

 

    

 

*** IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALARM OWNERS ***

 

Any resident who operates, maintains or owns an alarm system must register annually with

the Borough in accordance with Borough Code Chapter 2.134.

 

For further information please call the Clerk's Office @ (732) 446-9235

or to register by mail, download appropriate application below:

 

*Commercial Alarm Application*

 

   *New Residential Alarm Application*

*Alarm Renewal Application*

 

Mail with appropriate fee made payable to the Borough of Englishtown

15 Main Street  Englishtown, N.J.  07726 - Attn: Municipal Clerk

 

 

PET LICENSING 

 

PET LICENSES EXPIRED JUNE 30TH

PLEASE RENEW NOW

 

Licensing may be done in the Clerk's office in Borough Hall, Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 4:00 pm or to license by mail, please click on the link below:

 

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All dogs/cats within the Borough of Englishtown must be licensed! 

This years licensing period is July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015. 

Rabies vaccinations must be valid 10 months of the licensing period.

 

 

NOW ACCEPTING 2014 APPLICATIONS FOR THE 5 COMMUTER PARKING SPACES

IN THE HAMILTON STREET MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT

 

SPACES ARE AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS

THE ANNUAL FEE IS $120.00

 

 

For further information please call the Clerk's Office @ (732) 446-9235

or to register by mail, download an application here

and mail with appropriate fee made payable to the Borough of Englishtown

15 Main Street  Englishtown, N.J.  07726 - Attn: Municipal Clerk

 

Please click here for Chapter 2.93 Article II Rules & Regulations

 

 

 

Help Your Community Exercise Their

Right to Vote!

 

Become a Monmouth County

Poll Worker Today!

 

The Monmouth County Board of Elections is seeking poll workers. 

Call 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 the Board of Elections today at 732-431-7802 x7150 to register for a training class.

 

 

Monmouth County Board of Elections

300 Halls Mills Road

Freehold, NJ 07728

732-431-7802 x7150

 

 

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ENGLISHTOWN'S DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESPONSE TEAM (DVRT)

DESCRIPTION OF THE VOLUNTEER’S DUTIES

Volunteer advocates meet with victims to provide support and assistance to them and their families during the initial stages of a highly emotional and traumatic experience.  These highly trained volunteers advise the victims of personal and legal rights while providing empathy and crucial perspective of the situation.

SKILLS NEEDED FOR VOLUNTEER POSITION: Bi-lingual capability is a plus.  No prior experience in domestic violence required.

TRAINING INFORMATION: 40-hour mandatory intensive training course will be provided to successful applicants at no fee.  

 PREREQUISITES

Applications are available inside Borough Hall, 15 Main Street or

can be downloaded at www.180nj.org.

 

 

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VILLAGE INN

UPCOMING EVENTS

"The Cornerstone of Englishtown's History"

(Water St./Main St.)

 

SUPPORT THE BATTLEGROUND HISTORICAL SOCIETY TODAY!

ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE RESTORATION OF THIS PRECIOUS LANDMARK.  

FOR INFORMATION CALL (732) 536-3351 OR VISIT WWW.THEVILLAGEINN.ORG

 

 

“New Jersey HomeKeeper Program”

The New Jersey Housing Mortgage Finance Agency has announced the “New Jersey HomeKeeper Program” funded thru a grant from United States Treasury’s Hardest Hit Fund.  The program offers financial help to homeowners who are in danger of losing their homes as a direct result of unemployment or underemployment.  It provides assistance in the form of a second mortgage loan whereby the proceeds may be used to cover arrearages and/or an approved amount of the homeowner’s monthly mortgage payment, including property taxes, property insurance, and mortgage insurance. 

Program details are available on line at www.njhomekeeper.gov or the toll-free

HomeKeeper call center at (855)-NJ-KEEP-1.

 

 

Home Energy Assistance Program

1-800-510-3102

 

Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) Program Now Accepting Applications

On October 1, 2014, the federally funded LIHEAP will begin accepting applications for the 2014-2015 heating season.  LIHEAP and the state's Universal Service Fund (USF) provide benefits to supplement the cost of utility bills for eligible limited-income households.  The D.C.A administers this federal program, which provides low-income households with money to help pay their heating bills and makes provisions for emergency heating systems services and emergency fuel assistance.  The applications can also be used to apply for the Universal Service Fund Program (USF), which is a state-funded initiative to help make natural gas and electric heating bills more affordable for low-income households.

 

To learn how to apply for LIHEAP and for further information, go to www.state.nj.us/dca/divisions/dhcr/offices/hea.html

 

 

    Important Information for Residents of Monmouth County

Upon request only - a resident is entitled to a 12 hour notification prior to the scheduled aerial application of pesticides.  To view the schedule of applications with date, time and location please view the Monmouth County Mosquito Extermination Commission website at www.visitmonmouth/mosquito.com or call the spray hotline at (732) 578-1600.

The Monmouth County Mosquito Commission (MCMEC) also provides the service of Tick Identification & Testing for all residents of Monmouth County.  Currently ticks must be submitted in person at the MCMEC facility located on Wayside Road in Tinton Falls.  The identification of the tick is free but there is a $25.00 fee to cover the cost of testing the tick for the Lyme disease causing organism.  Additional information on the Tick Identification and Testing service can be found at www.visitmonmouth.com/mosquito/tick.html

 

MANALAPAN/ENGLISHTOWN REGIONAL

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETINGS

7:30 P.M. - Tuesday Evenings

Peter M. Friedman Building - 54 Main Street

                                                                       

     The past visited Englishtown on June 27, 2003. Click here to view photos.

            For information, visit http://www.njtransit.com.  

 

   NEWS FROM THE N.J. DEPARTMENT

   OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

     

Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program
As part of Public Education on non-point source pollution and stormwater,

the Department has made available educational resources for the public to view. 

Please visit the NJDEP website, www.cleanwaternj.org for more information. 

 

Additional information on solutions to stormwater pollution can be found at:

 http://www.njstormwater.org/tier_A/pdf/StormwaterBrochureBW.pdf;  

and 

 http://www.njstormwater.org/tier_A/pdf/PetwasteBW.pdf


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Borough Sites to See
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Manalapan Englishtown Regional School District

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