Borough of Bay Head Virtual Planning Board – September 23, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
Census 2020 Fill it out NOW: online at 2020CENSUS.GOV or by phone (844-330-2020)
Remote Meeting of the Borough of Bay Head Council – Meeting Date of October 5, 2020 at 7:00 pm
Governor Murphy Announces Financial Assistance to Protect Residential and Commercial Utility Customers
Governor Murphy Announces the First Phase of the Small and Micro Business PPE Access Program
Announcing NJHMFA's Small Landlord Emergency Grant Program
Message from Your Local Social Security Administration - Brick, N.J. Office
FEMA Coastal Flood Study July 2020 Update
Beach Guidelines Announcement from the Bay Head Improvement Assiciation
Dune and Beaches Ordinance Information
Report a Concern
State of New Jersey - Travel Restrictions
Small Business Grant Information
Mayor's Memo - June 15, 2020
NJ Announces Short-Term Rental Assistance Program
COVID-19 Announcements and Updates
Bay Head Police Issue Warning About COVID-19 Scams
Mayor's Message
Small Business Owner's Guide to the CARES Act
Ocean County Library’s Social Media Reach
Emergency Announcement by the Bay Head Police Department
NJEDA launches Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program
2020 Census Concerns - Shared Zip Codes
Update on Transit Meeting (pdf)
Notification from New Jersey American Water Company
New Jersey American Water - Press Release Regarding Drinking Water
Bay Head Recycling Library
Trash Collection Service scheduled to change the week of May 25, 2020
Bulk Pick Up scheduled to start June 1, 2020
Video Memorial Day Service – Saturday, May 23, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.
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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.