For residents and businesses of Sea Girt – information from Chief Davenport: IRS Scam As we close tax filing season, residents are cautioned of the IRS scam: Scammers call people in attempt to have them wire money to satisfy an allegedly outstanding IRS debt they owe. These criminals claim to be IRS agents threatening to arrest people, suspend … Continue Reading
Please see details on the following Spring and Summer programs on our Recreation page, early registration is recommended: Spring Munchkin Soccer Program beginning April 17; to register, click the link for more information, 2016 Munchkin Soccer for registration, PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE THROUGH OUR WEBSITE by clicking here – Sea Girt Borough’s Community Pass and Registration Page. then click … Continue Reading
We are pleased to provide you with the Borough’s 2015 Drinking Water Quality Report here; click here to access the report SG 2015 CCR.
The Mayor and Borough Council are pleased to present the 2016 Municipal Budget for your information and review. The following are important facts to consider when reviewing this document: 5th consecutive year – since 2012, the Council has consistently reduced the municipal tax levy (2016: $5,042,521; 2015: $5,048,518) 5th consecutive year – since 2012, the Council … Continue Reading
Greetings and welcome to the Borough of Sea Girt website. As Mayor, I am honored to serve in a place that is truly wonderful to live, work, and play. Our beautiful community has so much to offer its residents. Sea Girt is blessed with small town charm, rural beauty, and a rich community life with … Continue Reading
We are pleased to inform you that the Borough is fully implementing the on-line registration system for 2016 season badge purchases through the Community Pass program, beginning March 1, 2016. Season badges must be purchase on-line via credit card. The Beach opens on Saturday, May 28 for weekends only through June 19; thereafter, we will … Continue Reading
Please see our Recreation page for detailed information You may access the instruction sheet for paddle tennis or the reservation system by clicking the following links: Paddle Tennis Court Access Instructions Paddle Tennis Reservations System
Please see the revised schedule attached. Please note that for 2016, cardboard must be broken down and kept separate from all other recyclable material.Click here for the sanitation and recycling schedule 2016 final Thank you for your cooperation.
Annual Drinking Water Quality Report Borough of Sea Girt Results from the Year 2014 We are pleased to present to you this year’s Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. We have three wells and we purchase water … Continue Reading
Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan, Monmouth County, New Jersey Monmouth County Office of Emergency Management View the Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Here
BOROUGH OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 AS WE HONOR THOSE WHO SERVED TO PRESERVE OUR FREEDOM. Thank a Veteran today! * * * * * ZONE 2 REFUSE AND RECYCLING PICK-UPS WILL BE DONE ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 DATES TO REMEMBER November 8, 2014, Surfrider Foundation Beach Grass Planting Event, meet at … Continue Reading
Volunteers are needed to serve on various board, commissions and committees of the Borough, including but not limited to, Planning Board, Recreation, Shade Tree and Board of Health for 2015. If you are interested in serving, please complete the attached Citizen Leadership Form and return it to Borough Hall at 321 Baltimore Boulevard. Should you … Continue Reading
Monmouth County and its 53 municipalities have been working on the update of the Monmouth County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan since August of 2012. The first county wide plan was completed in 2009. The plan is a documented evaluation of the natural hazards to which a community is susceptible and the extent to which … Continue Reading
Monmouth County and its 53 municipalities have been working on the update of the Monmouth County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan since August of 2012. The draft of the updated plan is expected to be released in the early fall. The first county wide plan was completed in 2009. The plan is a documented evaluation … Continue Reading
The public works department will be treating several areas in town for poison ivy. These areas will be treated with Roundup Concentrate Poison Ivy Plus Tough Brush Killer. The treated areas will be marked with small flags bearing the following statement: Pesticide treated area; as well as a logo depicting an adult, a child and … Continue Reading