Teen Advisory Committee Elections Thursday, March 30 at 8pm. See email for MORE.
TAC Executive Committee applications due March 23. Elections to be held on March 30. See letter for MORE.
- Registration is now open for Spring Recreation Basketball. The league is open to Boys grades 3-12 and Girls grades 3-8. This is a “Game Only” league. No practices will be held. Divisions and teams will be set up based on grade. Deadline to sign up is March 17. After that, registrants will go to a waitlist. See Basketball Flyerfor Details.
Go to https://register.communitypass.net/marlboro.
The program is listed under "Youth Sports Spring 2017".
- Free 1 day Lacrosse Clinic – March 16
Boys Grades 3 to 8
See Lacrosse Flyer for Details.
Don't miss out on this very special event with your child!
- Our 2017 Father-Daughter Dances are on Sunday, March 26 and Sunday, April 2. 4:00-7:00pm
- Our 2017 Mother-Son Dance is on Sunday, March 19. 4:00-7:00pm
See the attached FLYER with all the information.
Sign up today! These events fill up quickly!
Build and Take Home your own Robot!
School’s Out with Minds in Motion at the Recreation CenterProgram for ages 5 - 12, 9am to 3pm, April 12 & 13.
See FLYER for important information. Pre-registration required. April 7 Deadline.
Marlboro’s FREE rabies clinic will be held on April 22 from 10-noon. Please note that all dogs and cats are required to be licensed. The final day to license without a late fee or fine is April 30. Please click HERE for details and the application.
MARLBORO TOWNSHIP PAPER SHREDDING
Sunday April 30th
9am-1pm unless the truck fills first
Public Works Yard
See FLYER for details.
Marlboro Township Police Youth Academy application for summer 2017 is now available. The Academy will run from August 7-18. Open to current 7th and 8th graders. Space is limited. Get your application in soon. Email email@example.com for more. Application HERE.
• Marlboro Library Events HERE
Marlboro Fire District #1 is postponing their monthly meeting from Tuesday March 14 at 8 pm to Tuesday March 21 at 8 pm due to the impending snowstorm.
The regularly scheduled meeting of the Marlboro Township Environmental Commission for March 8 has been cancelled. The next meeting will be held on April 12 at 7:30pm, Town Hall.
Monmouth County Announces Paper Shredding days beginning in March. The truck will be in Marlboro on September 24, but any date is open to all county residents. See FLYER for more.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE:
MARLBORO DOG PARK UPDATE: The dog park will open beginning tomorrow February 22. Wet areas will be cordoned off to allow the groundcover to repair. If inclement weather necessitates another closure updates will be made here and via Township email. Thank you for your cooperation
The Marlboro Division of Police offers tips to protect you and your families HERE. For more, call 732-536-0100.
Pet Licenses are required by state law for pets 6 months and older. Renewals are due in the beginning of each year and registration of a new pet should occur within 10 days of acquiring a pet or moving into Marlboro Township. Per ordinance, a $15 late fee will be assessed as of May 1. Subject to $50 fine as of July 1. Link to Pet License Application HERE.
Help Your Community Exercise Their Right to Vote! Monmouth County Board of Elections is seeking Poll Workers. See Flyer
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
The Marlboro Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT) is looking volunteers. The Marlboro Township Police Department, in conjunction with 180 Turning Lives Around, has formed a team of highly trained volunteers to address issues of domestic violence within the community. The (DVRT) was organized to meet with victims of domestic violence immediately after a call for assistance to the police department. The volunteer citizens receive special training in several areas of domestic violence and respond to police headquarters to provide comfort and advocacy to victims of domestic violence. For more, please contact Lt. Levy at 732-536-0100 ext. 1082.
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
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
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