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Here’s What’s Happening. . .

        Construction Work:   Jackson Terrace & McElwaine Drive:

A & A Curbing, Inc. will  be performing milling and paving work on Jackson Terrace and McElwaine Drive beginning on Friday morning, August 8, 2014. During this time, you will have limited, if any, access to Jackson Terrace and McElwaine Drive between the hours of 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., so please plan your activities accordingly.   The roads will remain open for emergency vehicles, and garbage collection will take place. Please remove all vehicles from Jackson Terrace and McElwaine Drive between the hours of 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  Failure to remove your vehicles may result in the vehicles being towed away. If you have any questions,  or if you require additional information, please contact A & A Curbing at 732 254-0650.   We apologize for any inconvenience this action may cause, and thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation.



 The Freehold Board of Education has authorized a referendum to be placed before the voters on Tuesday, September 30th to vote on proposed renovations and improvements to each of the District’s three school buildings.  Residents are urged to vote at their regular polling place for this election.  Polls  will be open from 2:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

 Please click here  RGT Referendum PTO to view an important message from Superintendent of Schools Rocco G. Tomazic.



The Freehold Borough Recreation Commission will host the annual free Borough-Wide Yard Sale on Saturday, October 11th from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., (raindate October 12th).   Last year, over 140 Borough families participated in this fun filled day.  Yard sales are held at each participant’s home, and a map will be available listing sale locations and the items being sold.  Please return the yard sale application no later than Friday, September 26th  if you wish to be  included on the map.


The Innovation Committee needs your input to create a better, more useful and user-friendly website for our town.  We envision a site where you can: get information on municipal events, pay municipal bills and fees online, view our budget, agendas, minutes, collective bargaining agreements, and contracts; as well as being able to file forms, applications, file complaints (or compliments) and get answers to your questions.  We want to include all the content you may want and need.  This effort is geared to  make our local government both transparent and interactive for you, our residents and business people.  Please, take a few minutes to complete this survey




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