September 26, 2020
Township Update

Dear Resident,

Please take a moment to review the town updates, news and programming.    

  • Marlboro Township Municipal Service Fall Update –Services, staffing, contact information, on-line forms and more HERE.
  • DPW Announces Scheduled Fall Brush Collection – This is the final brush collection for 2020.  Please review the letter sent via email for zone and regulations HERE.
  • Tennent Road between Wooleytown and Route 79 CLOSED to Thru Traffic – On or about September 29 – October 2, 2020 from 6PM until 6AM, the Monmouth County Highway Division will be milling/paving the roadway.  Area residents should park their vehicles on a side road that will allow easy departure from the construction.  Local traffic, businesses, emergency vehicles buses and post office vehicles will be permitted through the work zone at all times. 
  • Message from Marlboro Water Utility about Summer Water Usage – Summer is traditionally a time for higher water usage. Please review the letter from Marlboro Water Utility sent in early spring and posted on line HERE.
  • Generator Residential Permit Fee Waiver – Permit applications received through October 16, 2020 are eligible.    Email , call 732-536-0200 ext. 1800, or visit the Building Department Monday to Friday from 8am – 4pm (entrance in the back of Town Hall). 
  • Marlboro Farmers Market – Sundays from 9am - 2pm through October 25.  For more, visit the website  and Facebook and Instagram @MarlboroFarmersMarket
  • Fall Recreation Programs and Events – Movies, classes for kids and adults, and Halloween Happenings and programs to help you cope. HERE.    
  • Gift Card Program – We are committed to supporting our local businesses and are pleased to announce a new economic development initiative called Local Mainstreet. To learn more about this program and how to purchase gift cards on line, please click HERE.
  • State Utility Shutoff Moratorium Ends October 15 – It is important that you contact the utility to as soon as possible to arrange Deferred Payment Agreements and to learn about other assistance programs that may be available.  Click HERE for more. Learn about BPU assistance programs HERE.
  • Census 2020- Your response matters.  Health. Fire. Schools. Roads and highways.  The Census shapes our community.  If you haven’t, please respond by phone or on-line.  It takes only minutes.

Please help to stop the spread of COVID-19.  Socially distance, wear a mask when that is not possible and wash/sanitize your hands frequently.  Stay safe and have a good weekend. 

Mayor Jon Hornik