July 29, 2021
I we head into August, I hope everyone is having an opportunity to enjoy the summer months. I have visited the Marlboro Farmers Market almost every Sunday to stock up on guacamole, pickles, and produce and it is great to see so many neighbors spending time at the market shopping and visiting. The Marlboro Swim Club is open through Labor Day and mid-season reduced memberships begin this Saturday. Movie nights and National Night Out are upcoming. More on all of this below.
ANNUAL TAX BILLS - The annual tax bills have been mailed and the grace period for 3rd quarter property taxes due August 1st, has been extended to August 26th. Please note that interest charges on payments made after the grace period are calculated back to the August 1st due date pursuant to statutory law. Please see the letter from the Tax Collector HERE.
RECYCLING NOTICE FOR CHURCH ROAD (Zone 6) (Carlton to Georgian Bay) - Due to Church Road closure recycling scheduled for pickup Wednesday will be collected Saturday. NOTE this is only for the homes effected by the Church road closure. Place items curbside Friday evening. Our apologies for the inconvenience. Questions, email
Back Yard Movie Night Friday, July 30 – Grab chairs, blankets, and movie snacks and join us under the stars for ‘Cool Runnings’. Seating at the Recreation Amphitheater begins at 7:45 pm and the movie begins at dusk. No pets or alcohol, please. Social distancing encouraged. This event is free and no registration is required. FLYER
Marlboro Swim Club Mid-Season Rates Begin July 31 – Need a change of scenery from the back yard? Camp almost over? Memberships for residents and non-residents and for seniors, singles and families. Register on COMMUNITY PASS or register at the swim club facility. Please note that the reduced rates are not available before Saturday, July 31. For more, email
Marlboro Farmers Market – Open every Sunday from 9am to 2pm, please join us for local goods and produce. Learn more about the MFM HERE.
National Night Out Tuesday, August 3 – Spend the evening outside with your neighbors and Marlboro Police Officers from 6-8pm at the Marlboro Municipal Complex.
Summer Recreation Events – Movie nights, concert and fireworks and Marlboro Day. Save the Date flyer HERE.
Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT) – Want to work with the Marlboro Police and ‘180 Turning Lives Around’ and give back to our community? Consider becoming a part of the DVRT Team. MORE.
Commuter Parking –Marlboro Commuter Parking permits are available at a mid-season, reduced rates. Please CLICK HERE to apply on-line for a parking permit. Questions can be directed to or call 732-536-0200 ext. 1233
Marlboro Day Vendors/Sponsors – Vendor spots are open and going quickly. Reserve your spot and click HERE for more.
Summer Road Program – Brush/leaf collection is complete until late September. No lawn debris should be curbside. MORE
Landscaper Registration - A reminder that all landscapers who do work for hire in Marlboro Township must register with the Township. We ask for your assistance in informing your landscaper. MORE
Every eligible person who wants a vaccine can get one at no cost, even if you do not have health insurance. If you are in need of assistance, please let us know.
VACCINE APPOINTMENTS – As we plan to go back to school, we remind you that COVID-19 vaccinations are available for those aged 12 and up. If you need assistance for a homebound/special needs resident, or transportation to/from your vaccine appointment, please email my office at
- Marlboro Medical Arts Pharmacy – Located at 479 Route 520 in Marlboro, vaccines Moderna, Pfizer and J&J are available. Contact the pharmacy directly at 732-946-1600.
- Monmouth County Walk-In Vaccination Clinic – The County vaccination clinic for ages 12 and up open at Brookdale on Tuesdays from 2pm-6pm. FLYER
Vaccination Update – Marlboro Residents
Marlboro continues to trend well-above state vaccination percents. Those with one dose as of July 23, 2021:
All ages: 80% (up from 66% 6/25)
Age 18+: 85% (up from 80% 6/25)
Age 65+: 99% (up from 95% 6/25)
Hope to see you at our upcoming events. Have a great weekend.
Yours in community,
Mayor Jon Hornik