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Our elected officials and borough administration are here to help serve and assist all residents of Lake Como with their immediate concerns. You will find useful information on our web site. If you are unable to find what you need please contact the Borough Offices at (732) 681-3232.




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The NJHMFA Down Payment Assistance Program (DPA) provides up to $15,000 for qualified first-time homebuyers to use as down payment and closing cost assistance when purchasing a home in New Jersey. The DPA is an interest-free, five-year forgivable second loan with no monthly payment.To participate in this program, the DPA must be paired with an NJHMFA first mortgage loan. The first mortgage loan is a competitive 30-year, fixed-rate government-insured loan (FHA/VA/USDA) or conventional mortgage, originated through an NJHMFA participating lender. Certain restrictions such as maximum household income and purchase price limits apply. View the income and purchase price limits here. NJHMFA's participating lenders are the best representatives to help walk you through program qualification details including income and purchase price limits, and help you complete the application process. Click here to find an NJHMFA participating lender..


NOTE: Remember, all applications for this program must be submitted to your local application agency. Once your application is submitted it will be processed. If there is a problem with the application, you will be notified by mail and you must contact the local application agency that originally submitted your application.


If you are not eligible for LIHEAP, there are other utility assistance programs you may qualify for. Details for each of these programs follow. We have included a table at the bottom of this page that reflects the current Federal Poverty Level set for various family sizes. It includes figures for the different income eligibility guidelines set for each program.


SUEZ Cares - NJ SHARES administers a water assistance program for Suez Water (formerly United Water) customers in need. There is no income guideline for the program. Customers must be experiencing a financial crisis, have to make a good faith payment of $20 within 90 days prior to applying to qualify for a maximum grant of $100. Applications are administered through the mail or online. You can also call 609-883-1626.


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Property tax bills are mailed once per year in July and include four (4) quarterly payments. Taxes are due on the first of February, May, August and November. There is a 10 day grace period after which interest is applied. Please note that the State of New Jersey does not allow the Tax Collector to acknowledge postmarks and that the Tax Collector is not responsible for lost or delayed mail. Therefore, taxes must be received in this office on or before the 10th. If the 10th falls on a weekend or a legal holiday and the office is closed, the grace period is extended to the next business day. Payments received after the grace period will be assessed 8% interest per annum on the first $1,500.00 of delinquency and 18% per annum on all balances over $1,500.00 calculated from the due date (the 1st). Any balances in excess of $10,000.00 on December 31st will be assessed a 6% year end penalty.


Every year our listing of New Jersey Beaches and Beach Tag information ranks as one of our top posts. Readers are searching for where the cheapest New Jersey beaches are, what does it cost for a beach tag near me, and where are there free beaches in New Jersey. If you are like them you also want to know what is the parking situation at my beach or do my kids need a beach tag.


We have those answers for you! Every year, we research each New Jersey beach to find out the current beach tag prices, where to buy your tags, whether or not your kids need tags, where to park and more.


This is a list of New Jersey beaches in Monmouth County. For more information on NJ beaches with handicap-accessible ramps or beach wheelchairs click here. For more specific details on Monmouth County beach regulations visit


Hi Lisa, I'm sorry that there doesn't seem to be any more Bradley Beach beach tags available. I'm not sure where you could find anyone to purchase one from. Though we share information about pricing and where to go to buy beach tags, we're not involved with beach badge purchases. - Jenn


The governor added that Netflix plans to invest nearly $1 billion dollars in the community to develop the 292-acre parcel of land. There will be 12 soundstages among the 500,000 square feet of new Eatontown development.


Ordinance No. 07-53, amending the rear yard setback in certain historic district zones. Click hereOrdinance No. 07-54, an amendment to Section 418 pertaining to height exemptionsand permitted projections of the Land Development Ordinance click here


It is recommended that the PUD/R-1 Zoning District in the northwestern portion of the Township, bounded by State Highway 66, Jumping Brook Road, Green Grove Road, and a portion of Bangs Avenue should be further evaluated along with the adjacent C-1 Zoning District that borders the PUD/R-1 Zone to the West. There is a wide range of existing land uses in this area, including single-family and multi-family residential, commercial, schools, vacant land and smaller portions of publically owned property. Overall, the PUD/R-1 zoning designation does not reflect the existing patterns of development. The overall area should be evaluated for consideration of more appropriate Zoning District(s), which reflect prevailing patterns of development and are sensitive to adjacent Zoning Districts, as well as important corridors, such as State Highway 66. Further, this evaluation should also consider more appropriate zoning in the C-1 District indicated above, with consideration given to existing residential development in the southern portion of this District. A transitional Zoning District, between existing residential development in the southern portion of this area and anticipated commercial Zoning along the State Highway 66 corridor to the north should be considered in any evaluation of these Zoning Districts.


Electric bills are designed to cover all of the costs of producing the electricity that you use, of running and maintaining the electrical grid to help prevent outages, and of any public benefit funds that promote things like renewable energy and energy efficiency. These costs are rolled into both fixed charges (i.e., monthly customer charges) and variable charges (i.e., /kWh that you use). While fixed charges will remain the same from month to month, the portion of variable charges on your bill each month will change based on how much electricity you use. As a result, there are two ways to reduce your bills: by either using less electricity or by reducing the cost of electricity, by installing solar for instance.


We know electric bills add up over time, and going solar is a great way to save money while helping the environment. When you sign up on the EnergySage Marketplace, you'll be able to receive and compare solar quotes side-by-side from qualified solar installers in your area. We're here to help along the way - talk with one of our Energy Advisors to learn more about your unique quotes, any local solar incentives you may be eligible for, or any other questions about saving on electric bills with solar.


From South Jersey: - North on Garden State Parkway - Exit 105 (Eatontown), bear left for Route 36 East - Continue on Route 36 East, pass Monmouth Mall and across Route 35 through Eatontown and Long Branch (Route 36 is called Joline Avenue here). - Continue on Route 36, which turns left and follows north along ocean. (Route 36 is called Ocean Blvd. here) - North for six miles through the towns of Long Branch, Monmouth Beach and Sea Bright to park.


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