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News and Announcements

Disaster Relief -
An important message from Mayor J. Nolan Higgins


Employment Opportunity – Engineering Aide


Fall Hydrant Flushing


October Curbside Brush Collection


FREEHOLD BOROUGH - POLLING PLACE CHANGE


FREE PAPER SHREDDING EVENT


10th ANNUAL BOROUGH WIDE YARD SALE

Click here to submit application online


“TOGETHER, WE CAN HELP KEEP OUR COMMUNITY SAFE” - Please see an important message from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security attached.


HOUSING REHABILITATION: Freehold Borough’s Housing Rehabilitation Program is currently accepting applications from qualified homeowners or investor/owners of rental properties who wish to make improvements to their property in order to bring it up to Code compliance. Click here for more information.


BOROUGH SHADE TREES


2017 BEAUTIFICATION CONTEST WINNERS  &  NEW CONTEST 2018

Advisories and Alerts

 

AN IMPORTANT REMINDER FROM N.J. NATURAL GAS - CALL BEFORE YOU DIG!

POOL FILLS:  Any resident wishing to fill a swimming pool should schedule a water meter reading before and after filling the pool.  In that way, a credit can be issued on their next water bill for the water which did not enter into the sewer system.  This includes in-ground, above-ground, and on-ground pools, children’s inflatable pools, hot tubs and spas.  Please call 732 462-1410 for more information.
Non-Point Pollution Tips

HEALTH & SAFETY TIPS

Important Phone Numbers:

Jersey Central Power & Light 888 544 4877
New Jersey Natural Gas 800 221 0052
Freehold Police Department 732 462 1233
Emergency 911
Freehold First Aid Squad 911

Read more about Public Safety Tips and Around your home and yard

Call before you dig

FirstEnergy Storm Center

TICK IDENTIFICATION & TESTING PROGRAM: The Monmouth County Mosquito Commission currently provides tick identification and testing at their Tinton Falls location for County residents who have received a tick bite. The identification service is free, but there is a $25.00 fee for testing the tick for the organism which causes Lime disease. For more information, please log on to the website www.vistingmonmouth.com/mosquito/tick.html

MOSQUITO CONTROL: In order to control the mosquito population in our area, the County will be conducting aerial spraying of pesticides on an “as needed” basis starting June 1 through November 30th. Residents may request that they be notified 12 hours prior to the scheduled application. Please log on to the County website at www.visitmonmoouth/mosquito.com for more information.

 

Borough Meetings and Events

 

 

 

Recreation

 

 

Roads and Borough Projects

 

ROAD CLOSURE, MONDAY, AUGUST 28TH:   MECHANIC STREET WILL BE CLOSED FOR UTILITY WORK TODAY FROM SOUTH ST. TO THE ENTRANCE TO THE MARKET YARD, SO PLEASE PLAN YOUR ACTIVITIES ACCORDINGLY.  THANK YOU.