Bay Head School 2017 Open House (pdf)
Bay Head School will†be hosting an Open House for anyone interested in applying for tuition status for the 2017‐2018 school year. We invite you to tour our facilities, meet our teachers, interact with Administrators and learn what makes our school the right choice for your child.
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Notice of Public Auction (pdf)
A public auction will be held by the Borough of Bay Head, Wednesday, March 22 , 2017, at 10:00 am at the Municipal Office, 106 Bridge Avenue, Unit 2, Bay Head, New Jersey.
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2017 Bay Head User Friendly Budget (pdf)
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2017 Bay Head Adopted Budget (pdf)

Bay Head 2017 Introduced Budget (pdf)
Municipal Budget of the Borough of Bay Head for the Fiscal Year 2017.
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Annual Financial Statement 2016 (pdf)
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CHANGE IN GARBAGE PICK UP
As of January 1, 2017 the entire town will be picked up only one day each week. The pick up day will be Monday. We will resume two pick ups - April 1, 2017.

Bayhead Recognized for Community Programs
The Borough of Bay Head has recently earned state-wide recognition for its wellness and environmental programs.
  • Bay Head received a Gold-level Certification of Recognition for its Safe Routes to School program.
  • In addition, the Borough also achieved Bronze-level Sustainable Jersey Certification for its environmental activities.
Congratulations to all those involved for helping to make Bay Head a healthier and more sustainable community.

Bond Anticipation Note Sale (pdf)
Proposals are being solicited for the above issue of $526,600 principal amount of Bond Anticipation Notes (the "Notes") for the purchase at not less than the par amount of the Notes through a fair and open process in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:2-28.
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Drought Warning (pdf)
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has issued a Drought Warning for the following 14 counties: Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren.
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Ordinance 2016-19 Smoking Prohibited on Public Property (pdf)
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Bay Head Town Hall Office Hours: 8:30 to 4:30 Monday thru Friday

Poles and Posters Don't Mix (pdf)
If you are planning to use a sign to publicize any activity, please post it on a stake, not on a utility pole.
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Work Safe - Play Safe (pdf)
Summer is a great time for relaxing, leisurely activities and completing work on outdoor projects. Whether youíre working or playing, itís important to be aware of power lines and stay safe. Following these guidelines can help:
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Bond Anticipation Note Sale (pdf)
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Mayor's Memo Posted - April 11, 2016
Mayor Bill Curtis has posted a memo for your review.
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Introduced 2016 Bay Head Budget (pdf)
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Mosquito Information
How to prevent mosquito breeding sites in and around your home.
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Final Copy of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
The final copies of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan are now available.
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Resolution 2015-141 (pdf)
Resolution Affirming Neutral Position of the Borough of Bay Head regarding Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet storm damge reduction project.
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Soil Sample Information (pdf)
Information regarding soil samples and testing in Bay Head.
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FEMA Sandy Claims
On May 18, 2015, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) opened the Hurricane Sandy Review Process and began to notify approximately 142,000 policyholders who submitted a Hurricane Sandy flood claim that they may request that their file be reviewed. Effective May 18th, policyholders may call a toll-free telephone number (866-337-4262) or go online (www.fema.gov/sandyclaims) to download a form requesting a review, even before receiving the letter. Policyholders will have 90 days from receipt of the letter to make contact with FEMA.

Message from the NJ Poison Information & Education System
The New Jersey Poison Information and Education System, also known as the NJ Poison Center, responds to calls for help from residents who fear their exposure to a particular substance is poisonous. Most poisoning emergencies involve substances commonly found around the home: medicines (prescription, over-the-counter, or dietary/herbal), household cleaning supplies, and cosmetics. More than half of all reported poison exposures involve children under the age of six. Although the majority of nonfatal poisonings occur in young children, the majority of fatal poisonings (deaths) occur in adults. If you ever have a poison related concern, never hesitate to contact the NJ Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222. The center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Annual Financial Statement 2014 (pdf)
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Property Owners Easment (pdf)
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New Building Rendering and Site Plan
Check out the new building rendering and the new site plan. The result of the new bids.
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Helpful Phone Numbers and Web Addresses
Residents who need assistance from government agencies can contact the following:
  • NJ Department of Community Affairs - 855-SANDYHM (home loans and grants)
  • NJ Economic Development Authority - 855-SANDYBZ (business loans and grants)
  • WWW.SANDYHELP.NJ.GOV
  • WWW.RENEWJERSEYSTRONGER.ORG

EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM - REGISTER NOW
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Upcoming Events
Mon Apr 3
7:00 PM Council Meeting
Mon May 1
7:00 PM Council Meeting

Important Sandy Updates