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Please be advised that effective immediately, DeLisa Demolition & Disposal will no longer accept 95 gal. tote-type trash containers for garbage disposal..   All containers must be  65 gals. or less in size.  If you have any questions  in this matter, please call 732 462-4200.  Thank you.

RECYCLING NOTICE:  Effective immediately, DeLisa Demolition & Disposal will no longer pick up any recycling material unless it is in the Freehold Borough blue or yellow bucket, or a similar type garbage can.  Do not place any recycling materials in any type of bag, whether it is clear plastic or paper.   If you do not have a blue or yellow bucket, please call 732 462-4200.  We will deliver one to you.

The only acceptable recycling materials will be cardboard, newspaper, bottles, cans, mixed and office paper, and plastics (Code #1-2).  None of these may be contaminated with food waste.  No other materials will be accepted.   NO PLASTIC BAGS AT ALL!


Borough-Wide Yard Sale on Saturday, September 29th

Freehold Borough Recreation Commission (732 462-4200) will host their 11th annual Borough-Wide Yard Sale on Saturday, September 29th (raindate September 30th). Last year, over 125 families held yard sales at their homes. All applications which are received by Monday, September 17th, will be included on the map which lists the address of all yard sales and the items being sold at each location.

Please click here to submit an application.


MEETING NOTICE: As part of the observance of “Senior Appreciation Month”, the September 17th meeting of the Mayor and Council of Freehold Borough will be held at 7:00 p.m. at Hudson Manor, located at 40 Hudson Street in the Borough.


FALL HYDRANT FLUSHING – OCTOBER 16TH


New Jersey Natural Gas – Energy Assistance Available


Participatory Budgeting – Tell Us How to Spend $200,000


Freehold Borough is accepting resumes for the position of Municipal Prosecutor. Click HERE for more information.


PAPER SHREDDING EVENT FOR BOROUGH RESIDENTS SEPTEMBER 29, 2018:
Borough residents are invited to safely dispose of their unwanted papers and documents at a free paper shredding event to be held on Saturday, September 29th, from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Borough Hall, 51 West Main Street. It is not necessary to remove any staples, paper clips, or rubber bands from your documents.


CROSSING GUARDS: The Freehold Police Department is currently accepting applications for substitute Crossing Guards. Training and equipment will be provided. Salary $13.89 per hour. For more information, please contact Monica Bernaducci at 732 462-1233, or visit the police department at 36 Jackson St., Freehold.


FREEHOLD BOROUGH -  RECYCLE COACH
Several changes have been made recently to the recycling regulations in Freehold Borough.  Residents are urged to visit  our website at freeholdboroughnj.gov/DPW/Recycling.html
to access and download the “Recycle Coach”  app, for all the latest information on trash and recycling regulations and schedules in the Borough.


Human Relations Committee – Adopt A Neighbor Program

 

Advisories and Alerts

 

“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.

2018 Beautification Contest Winners

CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM

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

Non-Point Pollution Tips

HEALTH & SAFETY TIPS

Important Phone Numbers:
Jersey Central Power & Light 888 544 4877
New Jersey Natural Gas 800 221 0051
Freehold Borough Police 732 462 1233
Emergencies 9-1-1
First Aid Squad 9-1-1

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

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

 

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