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- If you are suspected, presumed or confirmed positive or under home quarantine that you remain home until such time that your quarantine has been lifted or you have cleared the virus and are no longer infectious.
- Manasquan Beach is open. Click here for additional information.
- The following parks are open: Edgar Felix Bike Path; Axel Carlson Park on Stockton Lake; Mac’s Pond; Hancock Park; Eagle Park; Tassini Park; Hemphill Sanctuary; Donovan Marina; 4th Avenue Docks, Canoe and Kayak Launch; Stockton Beach Park (Closed except for canoe and kayak launch. No skateboard park, in-line hockey or baseball of any kind). Amenities, including water fountains, pavilions and playgrounds will remain closed to the public. Residents are advised that Executive Order #133 strictly prohibits the following at all municipal parks: No organized or contact activities or sports permitted; No gatherings of individuals in excess of 25 persons. Additionally, visitors must practice social distancing and stay six feet apart whenever practicable, excluding immediate family members, caretakers, household members, or romantic partners; Visitors should wear cloth face coverings while in all settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, except where doing so would inhibit that individual’s health or where the individual is under two years of age.
- The following municipal parks and playgrounds will remain closed until further notice: Curis Park; Mallard Park; Skokus Park; Indian Hill Park as they are designed for activities strictly prohibited in Executive Order # 133.
- All essential retail establishments in Manasquan must require workers and customers to wear cloth face coverings while on the premises in accordance with Executive Order # 122. If a customer refuses to wear a cloth face covering for non-medical reasons and if such covering cannot be provided to the individual by the business at the point of entry, then the business must decline entry to the individual.
- Protect the health of our sanitation crews, please dispose of all trash in sealed (tied tightly) trash bags!
- Please do not flush anything other than toilet paper into the sanitary sewer system. There should be absolutely no toilet flushing of improper items such as discarded gloves, masks or wipes into the sewer system. Such improper discharge of these items into the sewer system is strictly prohibited and causes blockage to the system that can be very costly to the Borough and the homeowner.
Please visit covid19.nj.gov for the latest updates on State and Regional directives and regulations.
Please note, compliance with Executive Orders is not voluntary. If you believe an employer, organization, or entity is violating any Executive Order, please complete this form.
Walk-in access to Borough Hall is closed to the public until further notice. All access is via phone, email, US Mail or dropbox in rear lobby.
Municipal court is cancelled until further notice
Borough Hall is closed to the public and offices will be working with a minimum staff in the building. Municipal Clerk’s office will be open to the public by appointment only. Every effort will be taken to accomplish a transaction online or over the phone. The Registrar Office is open and will be performing all statutory duties as required. Call for information or appointment. There is also a drop box for the public downstairs inside the back door. Please wear a mask when entering the doors. If you have any questions please call 732-223-0544 etc. 233 with any questions.
All other police department contact should be made by telephone:
- Emergency: Dial “911”
- Manasquan Police Department telephone: 732.223.1000
All essential Public Works services will remain uninterrupted, including:
- Water treatment and distribution
- Sewer collection
- Garbage pick-up
- Utility Mark outs
- Emergency calls
- Emails and phone calls will be answered during business hours
- Limit visits to the recycling center, utilize curbside pickup.
The following non-essential services will be discontinued until further notice:
- Meters will not be worked on or installed until further notice.
- No public interactions other than email/phone conversations. No salesmen or vendors.
- A payment dropbox is installed in the vestibule at Borough Hall
- Pay Online at www.manasquan-nj.gov
- Pay by US Mail
All Water/Sewer inquiries shall be made to Patty Lang as follows:
- Telephone: 732.223.0544 x.240
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- US Mail: 201 East Main St., Manasquan, NJ 08736
All Tax Department inquires shall be made to Courtney Hogan at:
- Telephone: 732.223.0544 x. 239
- Email: email@example.com
- US Mail: 201 East Main St., Manasquan, NJ 08736
- All rental and transfer applications must be made online only
- All transfer certificates will be emailed to the homeowner or realtor
- Questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Construction Permit Applications for ALL projects will be accepted, reviewed and processed.
- Applicants performing “Essential construction projects” will receive a call or email when the review process has been completed and the Construction Permit is ready for payment and issuance.
- Applicants performing other than “Essential construction projects” (see back) will receive a call or email when the review process has been completed and the permit is ready for approval, but advised that the permit will be held pending the withdrawal of Executive Order 122, at which time you will receive a second call or email requesting payment. Once payment is received the permit will be released.
- See the following notice from Manasquan's Construction Department as well as a list of what is deemed essential construction.
All Construction Department Plans, Zoning, Rental transfers inquiries should be made by:
- Telephone: 732.223.0544 x 244
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
- US Mail: 201 East Main St. Manasquan, NJ 08736 attn.: Construction/Code Department
- All permits shall be submitted complete, signed and accompanied by plans if applicable and must contain a copy of the contractor's license.
- Inspection requests must be emailed or called in.
- Payments: Owner/Contractor will be contacted and given further instructions
Zoning Permit Applications for ALL projects will be accepted, reviewed and processed. Applicants will receive a call or email when the review process has been completed and the Zoning Permit is ready for payment and issuance.
Zoning Board and Planning Board Applications for ALL projects will be accepted, reviewed and processed. Applicants will be contacted by the Board Secretary.
- All recreation activities are suspended until further notice. This includes access to the St Denis gym and the St Denis classrooms as well as the Recreation Annex (DCI Building) on Atlantic Avenue.
- The latest online recreation activities are available under the "Social - Let's Have Some Fun!" section.
Manasquan Beach is open. Click here for additional information.
Please be advised that testing is being rectricted to those persons who meet the latest CDC Criteria to Guide Evaluation and Laboratory Testing for COVID-19.
If you do not have symptoms, testing is not recommended. Complete this self-assessment to learn what to do.
- Hackensack Meridian offers COVID19 testing at its 9 urgent care centers in Monmouth & Ocean Counties.
- Immediate care of Marlboro is offering a drive-thru COVID19 test in the Marlboro Medical Arts site located at 479 Rt 520 in Marlboro. Testing is by appointment only at (855) 925-5467 ext 0.
- The PNC Bank Arts Center is a regional FEMA drive-thru test location and is open for testing every other day from 8am to 4pm for up to 500 persons per day. Click here for PNC Arts Test Center info & schedule. Starting Saturday, April 4, every Saturday the PNC Bank Arts Center site will be dedicated to symptomatic health care workers and first responders -- police, fire, and EMS -- with valid credentials only. The general public will not be able to access this site on Saturdays.
- Central Jersey Urgent Care is testing up to 80 patients daily at Eatontown, Howell and Marlboro.