Welcome to the Borough of Sea Girt

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 an abundance of recreational activities enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.

Whether your interest is swimming, sight-seeing, fishing, shopping, or just enjoying a brisk stroll along the beach, Sea Girt has something for everyone. Our churches, civic organizations, and business community work in harmony with the Borough to ensure our citizens and visitors experience a quality of life and services that are second to none.

On behalf of the Borough’s governing body, I encourage you to explore the different areas on our website to learn more about the Borough. Our goal is to make our community, information and services easily accessible to our residents and visitors. Our goal via this website and other social media venues, is to provide current information concerning the services, items of interest and functions of our municipal government.

Thank you for visiting seagirtboro.com!

Mayor Ken Farrell

News and Information

DPW Schedule of Services – Sanitation, Recycling, Bulk and Garden Debris

Click here for the Sanitation Schedule 2018 PICK-UP SCHEDULE FOR 2018:  SANITATION, RECYCLING, GARDEN DEBRIS AND BULK Rear Yard Sanitation Schedule Zone 1 Monday and Thursday: The Terrace to Baltimore Blvd. Zone 2 Tuesday and Friday: Philadelphia Blvd. to Sea Girt Ave. Please note that loose trash will not be picked up; please bag all trash … Continue Reading

Are You Getting Emergency Information?

In our efforts to provide more reliable communications with the residents and businesses in the Borough, we have partnered with Swiftreach Networks, Inc. as our emergency notification service provider. In the past, the Sea Girt Police Department has used this system to provide information about weather related emergencies, crimes, missing persons, school lock downs, school … Continue Reading