News & Announcements
BOROUGH OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED TOMORROW 07-03.
Regular trash collection will take place.
Mayor Message summer 2015 (pdf)
It is now officially summer. School is out!
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 2015 - GOOD LUCK TO YOU IN ALL YOUR FUTURE ENDEAVORS.
Fireworks July 3rd at 9:00 PM at the beachfront. Rain date July 5th.
MESSAGE FROM THE UB POLICE DEPARTMENT: The dirt lot for the Point will be closed in the early morning for setup and safety reasons. The numbered parking spaces from #1-57 and vendor spaces will be closed at 4pm. Front St/Florence Ave will be closed to all traffic around 730pm as will Dock St/2nd St. Handicapped parking will be located on both sides of Front St from Pine St-Florence Ave. Fireworks are set to begin after dark, we do not have a set time. As always alcohol and pets are prohibited for everyone's safety.
FirstEnergy Transmission Vegetation Management is currently conducting our Annual Vegetation Management Aerial Patrol (pdf)
GREAT DAY AT THE 3RD ANNUAL 5K
WHAT A GREAT RACE DAY - THANK YOU ALICIA MARESCO AND ALL THE VOLUNTEERS THAT MADE IT POSSIBLE. PLEASE LOG ON TO THE RACE WEBSITE FOR RESULTS
3 ANNUAL 5K RACE PICTURES
Councilmen Lou Andreuzzi and Albin Wicki participated in the 3rd Annual 5K.
The Food Bank (pdf)
Monmouth and Ocean Counties July Calendar
Request for Review of Hurricane Sandy File (pdf)
Form from National Flood Insurance Program for Review of Hurricane Sandy File.
Keyport Football Team Annual Fundraiser (pdf)
Keyport Touchdown Club's 1st Annual Golf Tournament
Demolition Q A (pdf)
Please contact NJ Natural Gas Customer Service at 1-800-221-0051 with any questions you may have in regards to demolishing or raising your home.
NEW COURT HOURS (pdf)
PLEASE NOTE THE NEW MUNICIPAL COURT HOURS
FROM THE UNION BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT
Early this evening we had a couple incidents with Foxes where two dogs had altercations with them.
Ground Level Ozone (pdf)
Summer is finally here, and while that means sunny days and outdoor activities, it also means that ozone season is upon us. Ground-level ozone, an air pollutant created on hot summer days when sunlight and heat cause other air pollutants (including those emitted from cars, trucks and power plants) to react in the air, damages our lungs, particularly impacting children and people with existing health problems. The good news is that there are ways you can reduce your exposure to ozone and help improve our air quality by making simple changes in your routine. Below are some free services and materials that will make it easier for you to learn how to do this and help educate your constituents.
FOR OUR RESIDENTS CONNECTING OR RECONNECTING ELECTRIC SERVICE (pdf)
Tax maps are available on the Monmouth County web site.
Commercial Corridors Resiliency Plan (pdf)
Commercial uses are the engine of many communities, providing jobs, goods and services critical to neighborhoods and a sense of place. Throughout the region, retailers and their inventory, primarily located on the ground floor and basement of buildings, are particularly vulnerable to storm impacts.
Have a Beautiful Lawn with Less Irrigation (pdf)
“We ask our Monmouth County customers to adopt odd/even watering for lawn irrigation this summer,” said Kevin Kirwan, senior director of operations for New Jersey American Water’s Coastal Operations.
Beginning May 1st the meters will be in effect. Remember to get your FREE parking sticker for Residents from Borough Hall. The white with red lettering are good until December 2015, yellow stickers are expired. A copy of the registration for each car must be provided along with a copy of your license.
Monmouth County Mosquito Control Division (pdf)
Pertinent information regarding treatment operations in Monmouth County
Child Find Notice (pdf)
Union Beach School District offers a variety of free instructional programs to meet every child’s needs, including migrant and homeless children.
CALL BEFORE YOU DIG (pdf)
For more information visit www.call811.com
Multi Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan
http://www.monmouthsheriff.org/Sections-read-144.html In accordance with Part 201.6 of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), as amended, Monmouth County, New Jersey, has developed this Update of its Multi'Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan to identify hazards that threaten the County and ways to reduce future damages associated with these hazards.
Report a Street Light Outage
Union Beach SRPR Adopted 04 17 2014 (pdf)
Strategic Recovery Planning Report
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