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    Beach Replenishment - North Street - May 1, 2019

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    Beach Replenishment - Karge Street - May 1, 2019

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    Bay Head Student Council

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    Veterans Day 2017

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    Halloween Parade 2017

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Upcoming Events
9:00 AM Bay Head Community Blood Drive
7:00 PM Twilight Lake Sunset Paddle
7:00 PM Council Meeting
6:00 PM National Night Out
5:30 PM Environmental Commission Meeting
7:30pm Planning Board
7:00 PM Council Meeting - Non Voter Taxpayer
6:00 PM Twilight Lake Sunset Paddle

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Saturday, July 20, 2019, 9am - 3pm, Bay Head Fire Department.

Each donor will receive a voucher for two NY Mets tickets!
The Bay Head Recreation Department is now accepting registration to the Summer Recreation Camp. Click on the link above for information and the registration form.
Sand placement operations have started in Bay Head with an estimated sand-pumping completion in late June. The beach access at North Street, Egbert Street and Strickland Street are currently closed. (Note: Following the completion of sand placement operations, additional work on dune crossovers and sand fencing takes place for a period of several weeks. Dune grass is only planted between November and March per best practices). Please click on the link above or here to get the latest schedules and information pertaining to the Project.
As of April 1st thru September 30th: Bridge Avenue, north will be picked up Tuesday and Friday. Bridge Avenue, south will be picked up Monday and Thursday.
Click on the link above to get information about the sites and dates of the Ocean County Residential Document Shredding Program
Rid your home of potential hazards and protect the environment by participating in the Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Program sponsored by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Ocean County Department of Solid Waste Management. Click the link above for site disposal locations and additional information.
Autumn is the deer breeding season, or ‘rut’. The rut brings a peak in deer movement and we experience more deer on New Jersey roads, leading to a number of deer-vehicle collisions. Municipal vehicles are not immune from this hazard and in some cases, their operations can increase the likelihood, such as the 24 / 7 / 365 operations of police, fire and EMS agencies. Click the link above to find more information regarding best practices for avoiding deer-vehicle collisions.
Status of Electricity COOP
If you were participating in the Borough endorsed Electricity Coop, you recently received a letter stating that the contract would expire this month. The Coop was unable to obtain an energy rate at the August auction that would allow them to achieve the minimum of 5% savings over the J.C.P.& L rate for the coming winter months. As promised, you will automatically revert to J.C.P.& L for the energy portion of your bill. You do not have to do anything and there will be no interruption of your electric service. The Coop was able to get rates with savings beginning in March of 2019. You should get notices in January or March asking if you would like to opt out of the program. If you do nothing you will automatically be re-enrolled in the program.
Raccoon - Pet Warning
Muskrat Jack, the Borough’s Animal Control Officer, has informed us of a k-9 distemper epidemic in raccoons. In the last week, he has picked up and euthanized 5 raccoons in Point Pleasant Beach with k-9 distemper, and indicated that it has spread to surrounding towns. Symptoms mimic rabies; raccoons acting strange during daylight hours. His concerns are that distemper is highly contagious to PETS, and is spread airborne. He asked that anyone encountering a raccoon exhibiting this behavior, call the police department immediately so they can dispatch him as soon as possible. Also, as a precaution, make sure your pets are up to date on all their vaccinations.
Tax Assessor's New Office Hours
Effective September 15, 2018, the office hours of the Borough's Tax Assessor will be on Friday's from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection are hosting public meetings regarding the New Jersey Back Bays Flood Risk Management study on Sept. 12, 2018 in Ventnor City, N.J. and on Sept 13 in Toms River Township, N.J.
If you wish to report a concern to a municipal official, you can now do so electronically using the Borough’s website. Just click on the Report a Concern link located in the upper right corner of the Home page, follow the step by step instructions, and your concern will be electronically forwarded to the appropriate municipal official.
Bay Head Fire Company No. 1 wishes to alert the residents of Bay Head regarding the recall of certain smoke alarms and portable fire extinguishers. Please click the link above to see more information regarding the affected products
Residents of Bay Head are eligible for a reduced electricity rate through our Community Energy Aggregation program. If you are a new resident or have previously opted out, you can still join and receive the benefit of the lower rate. Click on the tab above to learn more.
NJ Board of Public Utilities' Clean Energy Program. Receive tax-free money to make energy related improvements for NJ residents, businesses and government.
A new program designed for those NJ residents who suspect their loved ones are being abused, mistreated or neglected.
Environmental Commission Seeking New Members
Bay Head Environmental Commission (BHEC) is seeking volunteers to join the Commission. The BHEC meets in the second floor Council Meeting Room in Borough Hall once per month on the second Tuesday of the month at 5:30PM.

If you are a Bay Head resident who cares about the environment and is interested in helping, please contact: bayheadenvironmental@gmail.com.


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