Youth Exchange Program dinner May 28. Learn more HERE
Marlboro Township Community Pride and Beautification Day will be held on May 30. Individuals and community groups welcome. Breakfast, lunch, give-a-ways and programs. Pre-register by calling 732-536-9295. See FLYER for more.
Alliance Free Parent Workshop. ‘Good Kids Make Bad choices’. Wednesday, June 3 at 7pm in Town Hall. See FLYER for more
Mayor Hornik hosts the annual softball tournament on Saturday, June 13. Team Participation (both recreational and competitive leagues) and sponsorships welcome. Proceeds benefit STOMP the Monster. Please see FLYER for more or email MarlboroTourney@gmail.com
“Coffee with a Cop” will be held on June 20 from 9-11am at the Crossroads Deli located at 479 Route 79 (corner of Route 79 and Tennent Road). See FLYER for more.
Kevin Labayen Memorial Flag Football Tournament to benefit the Marlboro Drug Alliance will be held on June 20. For more on Team Participation and Sponsorship opportunities, please see the flyer HERE or visit www.KLmemorial.com
Marlboro FOP Lodge 15 presents Fluke Tournament fundraiser to be held on August 15. For more, please see FLYER.
• Marlboro Library Events HERE
Please take notice that the Marlboro Township Ethics Board Meeting scheduled for May 13, 2015 at 8PM at the Marlboro Municipal Complex, 1979 Township Drive, Marlboro, N.J. has been cancelled.
MARLBORO TOWNSHIP WATER UTILITY DIVISION HYDRANT FLUSHING - Spring Hydrant Flushing will begin May 4, 2015 through June 5, 2015, and will occur Monday through Friday 8:00pm-2:00am. Customers may notice lower water pressure and a slight discoloration of water as flushing is performed in your area. This discoloration is not harmful and will clear up if you let the water run a few extra minutes. Flushing is done twice each year to remove any sediment that may accumulate in low flow areas of our water distribution system. This operation maintains the overall excellent water quality in our distribution system and ensures that each fire hydrant operates properly. For questions, please call Customer Service Monday to Thursday from 9am to 4:30pm at (732) 536-0200 Ext. 1816.
As the weather warms and we near Marlboro’s Memorial Day Parade honoring the service and sacrifice of our Military Veterans, residents are asked to inspect their American Flags for wear, fading or damage. If a Flag is unused or should be retired, it may be brought to the American Flag disposal bin located in the lobby of Marlboro’s Town Hall. The bin was built and donated by Marlboro resident and US Navy Veteran, William Waple and Boy Scout Troop 86 collects the American Flags and arranges the ceremony to properly honor the flags. The bin is accessible during normal business hours. For additional information please call 732 536-0200.
Police Security Vacation Check
Upon request, the Marlboro Township Police will increase patrols to your area while you are on vacation. Read the Security Check Waiver form, complete and sign the Request for Security Check and either fax to the Police at 732-972-7522 or bring to the Marlboro Police Department. Due to security concerns, emailed forms are not accepted.
This free service is available to residents year round.
Questions? Call 732 536-0100.
Click HERE for Security Check Waiver Form
Click HERE for Request for Security Check Form
Volunteers are needed to assist victims of Domestic Violence. Training is provided. Please see the flyer HERE or contact Lt. Christopher Cherbini, DVRT DVLO at the Marlboro Township Police 732 536-0100 ext. 1667.
NJ Division of Motor Vehicles announces a Veteran’s Honorary Designation for display on driver’s license or non-driver ID card. Please see the link for more.
Marlboro Township Water Utility EPA AO- UCMR3 Compliance
Message from the Marlboro Township Schools (K-8) Superintendent
Monmouth County Board of Elections is seeking poll workers. See FLYER for details.
Dear Marlboro Resident:
We are very lucky to have two First Aid Squads that provide free emergency services for our Town. The Marlboro and Morganville First Aid & Rescue Squads are made up entirely of volunteers that are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. While we hope we never need their services, they provide a critical resource when we do. Their flyer with donation instructions is attached. I hope that you will answer their call and make a tax deductible donation to the First Aid & Rescue Squad that serves your home.
Mayor Jon Hornik
Environmental Commission 2015 Meeting Dates
Attention Teens, 13 to 17 years old, who are interested in a career in Law Enforcement. Click here to find out more on becoming a Marlboro Township Police Explorer: http://www.marlboropd.org/explorerpost
Inclement Weather Policy
Robertsville Volunteer Fire Co. is in need of Firefighters. Join Today!
Junior Firefighters (ages 16-18) are also wanted. For information, please visit their website www.robertsvillefire.org
HMFA Foreclosure Relief Program
About Foreclosure - First Steps
Foreclosure Fast Facts - English - Spanish
Public Bid, RFP, RFQ Notices