The Borough Administrator is the chief administrative officer of the Borough of Sea Girt. The role of the Borough Administrator is to manage the day-to-day operations of all Borough departments. The administrator provides oversight of the operating and capital budgets, personnel administration, public information, development and management of special projects. Other responsibilities include coordinating strategic planning and implementing policies of the Mayor and Borough Council.
It has come to our attention that people can be confused about proper flag etiquette, so we are providing this link to help you determine when and for how long the flag should be lowered to half-staff: https://www.va.gov/opa/publications/celebrate/halfstaff.pdf
Due to recently imposed State regulations, effective immediately, plastic bags can no longer be accepted nor can they be dumped in the recycling bins at the Borough Yard. If recyclables are conveyed to the yard in a plastic bag, you must dump the recyclables into the bin; the plastic bag should be re-used by the … Continue Reading
This information was presented to the public at the Borough Council meeting of July 11, 2018. The purpose of the presentation is the discussion of why we believe dissolving our association with the Monmouth County Library System is the best course of action and how we would structure an independent library. Please see the links below … Continue Reading
The Borough of Sea Girt Planning Board has adopted the Master Plan Reexamination Report. You may access the report by clicking on the link: 2018 Sea Girt Master Plan Reexamination Report – June 2018: Sea Girt Master Plan Reexamination Report Adopted June 20 2018 Copies are available at the Borough Hall.
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