The Pine Beach Borough Municipal Office 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Monday through Friday
The Pine Beach Municipal Court Office hours are Wednesday 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
with the exception of the third Wednesday of the month when hours are 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
RALLY TO SAVE TOMS RIVER REGIONAL SCHOOLS - DECEMBER 10, 2019
Join the March: Thousands of Toms River Regional Community Members to Protest at Governor’s Office.
Rally location: The Governor’s Office at 225 W State Street, Trenton
Date and Time: Tuesday, December 10, 9AM (departure from HS North)- on site 10-12 noon
Please click here for more information: Dec-10-2019-Trenton-Rally-notifier.pdf
BOROUGH OF PINE BEACH PUBLIC NOTICE
Soliciting of Proposals
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the BOROUGH OF PINE BEACH hereby solicits proposals for the below listed legal and professional services for 2020.
Four (4) copies of sealed proposals must be submitted to the Municipal Clerk by December 17, 2019 on or before 12:00 p.m. Proposals may be submitted in person at the Municipal Building, 599 Pennsylvania Avenue, Pine Beach, New Jersey, or sealed proposals may be mailed in advance to the attention of the Municipal Clerk (marked "sealed proposal" and the position sought) BOROUGH OF PINE BEACH, 599 Pennsylvania Avenue, Pine Beach, NJ, 08741.
Any persons having questions or to obtain further information should contact Charlene Carney, Municipal Clerk, at (732) 349-6425, 599 Pennsylvania Avenue, Pine Beach, New Jersey
Recycle Coach App
The Borough of Pine Beach is excited to announce a new recycling app available for all platforms. Just download "Recycle Coach" from the App Store or Google Play and receive all of the trash and recycling information to your digital device. Receive up to date reminders regarding your pick up and answers to any questions on what is recyclable and where you can recycle it.
For more information or if you would like to download it to your PC, please click here: https://app.my-waste.mobi/US/NJ/Pine_Beach
JCP&L and LIFE-SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
If any member of your household depends
on electrically operated life-support
equipment, please let us know by
calling 1-800-662-3115. Jersey Central
Power & Light (JCP&L) will send you a
form that must be completed and signed
by your physician every year to verify
that you have life-support. When we
receive your completed form, we will add
your name to our critical care list. The
list will be used during a power outage
to contact all critical care customers
by telephone if the outage may affect
their electric service for more than 24
hours. In addition, the list will be
provided to county and municipal Offices
of Emergency Management.
There is no charge for this service. It’s also important that life-support customers have a contingency plan, such as a battery backup. If you have any questions about our Critical Customer Care Program, or to sign up, please call 1-800-662-3115. Critical Customer Care Program Form: JCP&L Critical Care Form
Pine Beach Home Improvement Program
Pine Beach is accepting names for participation in its municipally sponsored home improvement program for low and moderate-income families.
Your name can be added to the waiting list by calling Pine Beach’s consultant, Affordable Housing Administrators at 732-966-0674.
Eligible home improvements include roofing, windows, electrical upgrades, heating systems, insulation, plumbing and any other health, safety or code violations. The program is structured as a forgivable loan. There are no monthly payments and no interest. The loan is forgiven after ten years.
The program is available for owner-occupied single-family homes, condominiums, townhomes and duplexes in which the owner occupies one of the units.
To be eligible to participate, your gross annual income (meaning pre-tax income) for all household members must be less than:
1 person household $ 50,350
2 person household $ 57,550
3 person household $ 64,750
4 person household $ 71,900
5 person household $ 77,700
6 person household $ 83,450
7 person household $ 89,200
8 person household $ 94,950
Applicants will be served on a first come first served basis.
Emergency Management Special Needs
In order to better serve the the residents of the Borough of Pine Beach in times of emergency, we are asking people who have special needs to fill out this form and return to the Borough Hall Office of Emergency Management. SPECIAL NEEDS FORM.pdf
All information will be kept confidential. If you have any questions, you may reach the Emergency Management Office at 732-341-4613 or Borough Hall at 732-349-6425.
Welcome to the Borough of Pine Beach. We are a small residential community located along the banks of the Toms River. Pine Beach is a great place to raise a family, with many schooling opportunities close by, or a great place to retire. We are minutes to the ocean beaches and within easy commuting of New York City and Philadelphia.
The location of Pine Beach is a draw for many, but the real quality of our borough lies with its residents. Our residents take pride and ownership in our borough. This is evidenced by the number of citizens who volunteer for various projects including the annual Pine Beach 5k. (pinebeach5k.com). If you would like to volunteer for any activity please contact me, or anyone in borough hall.
We provide senior services with informational meetings, lunches, and breakfast. Pine Beach also has numerous parks to stroll or run through, play soccer, baseball, or basketball. Being located along the Toms River we also provide bathing beaches with lifeguards during the summer months. For those into sailing or boating the Pine Beach Yacht Club (pbycnj.com) provides instructions for young and old.
I would invite you to take advantage of all that Pine Beach has to offer and to enjoy “the Pearl of the Toms River.”
Mayor Lawrence W. Cuneo
The Barnegat Bay Partnership, one of the country’s National Estuary Programs (housed locally at Ocean County College), has recently developed two outstanding educational tools. To find out more about the Barnegat Bay Partnership, please visit their website at http://bbp.ocean.edu
Jersey-Friendly Yards is an online guide to beautiful, low-maintenance, and eco-friendly landscaping where homeowners will find information about planting native species, reducing use of fertilizers and pesticides, conserving water, and improving overall yard health. Website features include a searchable Plant Database; information on Invasive Species; an explanation of New Jersey’s Fertilizer Law; how to address Stormwater problems; and much more!
Please click here for more information: http://www.jerseyyards.org/
State of the Bay is a video, which provides viewers with a 12-minute overview of the ecological health of the Barnegat Bay as reported in the Barnegat Bay Partnership's State of the Bay Report - 2016. To read the report, please click here: BBP_State of the Bay book 2016_forWeb.pdf
To view the video, please click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VK0Hhg4p3k&feature=youtu.be
Pine Beach Adopt-a-Drain Program
The Pine Beach Environmental Committee is kicking off a Pine Beach Adopt-a-Drain program. We are encouraging residents to look after their nearby storm drains and clear the top grate and surrounding area of debris year-round. Everything that is in the street ends up in the Toms River and the Barnegat Bay. Rainwater carries leaves, grass, fertilizers, excess salt, trash and dirt through the storm drain system directly to our waters. Public works does a good job of routinely clearing storm drains, you can assist by keeping your storm drain grate clear of debris.
Adopted "your" storm drain by sweeping, raking, and clearing leaves and other debris from the surface of the drain year-round. As a reminder, nothing should ever be discarded into storm drains, including waste oil, grass clippings and pet waste.
Spread the word about the program. A simple task can make a big impact on the environment.
Remember, Only Rain Down the Drain!
For more information please go to the NJDEP Stormwater web site at www.njstormwater.org.
Know the Bear Facts
Black Bears in New Jersey
Since the 1980s New Jersey's black bear population has been increasing and expanding its range both southward and eastward from the forested areas of northwestern New Jersey. While the majority of New Jersey's black bears do live in the northwestern portion of the state, sightings have been reported in all 21 of New Jersey's counties. Residents in every community as well as folks visiting the many parks, wildlife management areas, and other open spaces in bear country will benefit from knowing how to react to an encounter with a black bear. The most common bear problem New Jersey's residents experience is black bears getting into their garbage. Bears are attracted to neighborhoods by garbage odors, so properly securing your garbage is one of the best ways to prevent bears from becoming a nuisance in your community. Residents are encouraged to work within their community to make sure all garbage is secured and kept away from bears. For tips on proper garbage management and coexisting with bears, visit: http://www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/bearfacts.htm
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