News & Announcements
ATTN: REGISTERED VOTERS in DISTRICTS 2 & 3
Due to the State mandate to be ADA compliant, the Borough will discontinue use of the Fireman’s Field House on Avenue C as a polling location for elections. This will change the polling location for your voting district. Your new polling location will be:
Charles Hesse Parish Center 55 South Ave. [Former Mother Teresa School]
The Monmouth County Board of Elections has inspected and certified this location and it is accessible to elderly and physically disabled voters.
If you have any questions regarding this notice, please contact: Dwayne M. Harris, Municipal Clerk - 732-291-1444 ext. 3103
Lenape Woods Trail Clean-Up
Saturday, May 13th - 10:00AM Rain or Shine Meet at the Lenape Woods, Park Kiosk E. Highland Avenue & Ocean Blvd. Entrance
FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING
The Atlantic Highlands Water Department will conduct its semi-annual flushing of the entire water distribution system on weekdays from April 24, 2017 through May 03, 2017, between 9:00pm and 1:00am. During this time, temporary discoloration of water and a decrease in pressure may be noted because of opening the fire hydrants. By turning on your cold-water faucet, this discoloration should clear within a brief time.
If you have any difficulties, contact our office at 732-291-1444.
Need a Wheelchair Ramp? (pdf)
We are looking to assist low to moderate income homeowners who are in need of a wheelchair ramp that allows them to enter and exit their home safely and easily.
Sixth Annual Made in Monmouth
Saturday, April 8, at Monmouth University’s Ocean First Bank Center. Doors open at 10 a.m.
Free Fraud Protection Service (pdf)
Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon is launching a new service to combat property fraud. The new Property Fraud Alert system, launched today, is a free subscription service that allows Monmouth County property owners to have their name/property monitored within the Recording Division of the County Clerk’s Office, in order to track possibly fraudulent activity.
Joint Land Use Study (pdf)
The County of Monmouth is seeking input for a federally funded study of the relationship of Naval Weapons Station Earle to the surrounding communities now and into the future. The study area includes both the municipalities that have lands within the base: Wall, Howell, Middletown, Tinton Falls, Colts Neck; and the communities with land considered to be within the Military Influence Area: Highlands Borough, Atlantic Highlands, Keansburg, Farmingdale, Freehold Township, Ocean, Eatontown, and Neptune. Your questions and input are an important part of the planning process.
FREE Veteran Transportation Services (pdf)
Sponsored by the Monmouth County Division of Transportation. Click on the link for more information.
2017 Dog License Renewals
2017 DOG LICENSE RENEWALS (pdf) This is a formal notice from the Borough of Atlantic Highlands and the Canine License Registry. Dog owners residing within the Borough of Atlantic Highlands are required by State Law and Borough Ordinance to annually license all dogs residing with you for more than 30 days and are older than 7 months. Dogs must be licensed by January 31st, 2017. 2017 LICENSES CAN BE OBTAINED AFTER JANUARY 1st!! Unlicensed dogs discovered after January 31st, 2017 will be subject to court fines and surcharges.
THE BOROUGH OF ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS NEEDS YOU!
Are you interested in getting more involved with what goes on in Atlantic Highlands? Vacancies have recently occurred on several committees and Boards in addition to the positions the Mayor appoints each year in January. Your input and participation are needed for: Rent Control Board, Shade Tree Commission, Environmental Commission, Planning Board, Harbor Commission, Recreation Committee, Beautification Committee. If interested complete the Citizen Leadership Volunteer Application form.
Council Meeting Recordings now online.
Can't make it to a Council Meeting? Now you can listen to the audio recordings online. Go to: http://ecode360.com/documents/pub/AT0153/Minutes/?subCategory=Council+Meeting+Recordings.
Choose the recording date you want to listen to and open the file. Click on the little green arrow that says Start Recording.
It's just like being in the audience!
Atlantic Highlands has contracted with PropertyPilot, a Hoboken, NJ based company to provide a public-facing geographic information system (GIS) that will be able to be accessed directly through a link on the municipal website.
FEMA Flood Mapping (pdf)
Borough of Atlantic Highlands | 100 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716 | Phone: 732-291-1444 Fax: 732-291-9725