April 9, 2020 – COVID Update - Cease All Non-Essential Construction Projects
April 6, 2020 – COVID-19 Update – Administrative Order 2020-8 – Prohibiting All Seasonal Rentals
Remote Meeting of the Borough of Bay Head Council – Meeting Date of April 6, 2020
NJEDA launches Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program
New Jersey Tax Filing Deadline extended to July 15, 2020
Bay Head, Point Pleasant Beach, Mantoloking Announce Beach Closure
COA Beach Sweeps COVID-19 Update
March 31, 2020- COVID-19 - Update- The Governor Murphy’s Office issued an Administrative order clarifying Executive Order 107
2020 Census Concerns - Shared Zip Codes
March 30, 2020 COVID-19 Update
Emergency Order from the Office of Emergency Management – COVID 19 – March 27, 2020
Proclamation of the Borough of Bay Head - State of Emergency
March 24, 2020 COVID 19 Update
March 23, 2020 – COVID 19 Update
March 19, 2020 - COVID 19 Update (pdf)
March 17, 2020 COVID-19 Update (pdf)
Governor Murphy Issues Executive Order #107 and 108
Governor Murphy Issues Executive Order #105
Governor Murphy Announces Aggressive Social Distancing Measures
Comcast Announces Comprehensive Covid-19 Response
The Planning Board Meeting scheduled for March 18, 2020 has been postponed.
An Updated Message About Coronavirus from New Jersey American Water
Update on Transit Meeting (pdf)
Notice - Groin Reconstruction
Coronavirus Information
Dune and Beaches Ordinance Information
New Jersey American Water - Press Release Regarding Main Replacement Project
Dune Grass Planting - Dune Grass is now available
Fall-Winter Garbage Pickup Days
Notification from New Jersey American Water Company
New Jersey American Water - Press Release Regarding Drinking Water
Bay Head Recycling Library
Report a Concern
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Weather Alert: Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian continues to move up the eastern seaboard and is expected to maintain its hurricane strength as it moves northeast off the coast of New Jersey during the day and evening hours on Friday. Here are the key messages for the upcoming coastal storm.

• There will be the potential for wind gusts up to 40 mph along the coast.

• A combination of the high tides and wind-driven waves may lead to minor coastal flooding along the Coast.

• There is also the potential for a period of heavy rain, but the storm will move out of the area by Saturday morning, so any potential flooding is more likely to be localized verses widespread.

Please secure all lawn furniture, grills, trampolines, construction materials, etc. as the winds will be strong.