NEW HOURS - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
- Borough staff will be in the office to conduct business, answer your phone calls and emails but the office will be closed to the public
- We encourage all residents to utilize online payment options for taxes and utility payments and to use Gov Pilot for reporting Code Enforcement complaints, Dog and Merchantile Licenses ,Road Repairs complaints, etc.
- The Borough of Atlantic Highlands Municipal Court will resume operations beginning on June 23, 2020. Court operations will be limited to the resolution of cases that have been conferenced and resolved with the Municipal Prosecutor. At this time, the Court will not engage in the trial of cases. Borough Hall remains closed to the public through at least December 31, 2020. If you have received a Summons and wish to resolve same, please contact the Court Administrator's office at (732) 291-3225 and further instruction will be given. You must provide the Court with an active e-mail address and you must have access to Microsoft Zoom video conference software.
MANY MIND CREEK REMEDIATION
- LETTER FROM NEW JERSEY NATURAL GAS
- REGARDING NEW PHASE OF REMEDIATION INVOLVING
- EXCAVATION AND RESTORATION OF MANY MIND CREEK
- Restoration Plan
PLAYGROUNDS RE-OPENING EFFECTIVE JULY 2, 2020
In accordance with Executive Order No. 133 and 157 Atlantic Highlands will be re-opening certain parks and recreation areas. Playgrounds, tennis courts, skatepark and basketball courts in the harbor and in neighborhood pocket parks will open. The Bayshore / Henry Hudson Trail remains open. We continue to ask that you walk to the trail as parking in the harbor is not encouraged and will be very limited as per the Governors Order.
As New Jersey makes continued progress in its fight against COVID-19, it is appropriate to ensure that ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS residents can safely enjoy outdoor recreation, with reasonable restrictions that limit the spread of COVID-19, as a way to enhance physical and mental health, while maintaining the overall social distancing and mitigation requirements in place to protect the health, safety, and welfare of residents.
We ask that you use caution, not fear as we’re all in this together !
Governor Murphy announced that Indoor Dining can resume on Friday, September 4 at 25% capacity with social distancing between tables.
Other restrictions on indoor dining mirror ones detailed when the state originally planned to allow it in early July include:
- Patrons required to wear masks unless they are eating, under the age of 2, or have a health issue.
- Staff members required to wear masks.
- Tables spaced at least 6 feet apart.
- Enhanced sanitation.
- Guests placing orders only at a table and staffers bringing food and beverages only to tables.
- Patrons barred from walking around while eating.
- Limiting seating to a maximum of 8 customers per table — unless from an immediate family or the same household
- Encouraging reservations for greater control of customer traffic.
- Requiring customers to provide a phone number if making a reservation to facilitate contact tracing.
I have attached the updated Executive Directive No. 20-019 from the NJ Department of Health which details, “COVID-19 PROTOCOLS FOR FOOD OR BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS OFFERING SERVICE IN OUTDOOR AND INDOOR AREAS”.
- COVID-19 Updated Local Resources 10-28-2020
- COVID-19 Updated Local Food Resources 10-28-2020
- Resuming - Business - Toolkit
- 6-01-2020 Press Release
- Atlantic Highlands Restaurants Updated 5-28-2020
- Head-Charter Boat Schedule Update 5-26-2020
- Updated Resource List 4-17-2020
- Food Resource Information 4-16-2020
- Self- Employed FAQ During Coronavirus Emergency 4-15-2020
- Self-Employed Assistance Claim 4-15-2020
- State and Local Resources and Services 4-1-2020
- Executive Order on Suspension of Construction 4-9-2020
- SBA Update 4-1-2020
- COVID-19 NJEDA Programs
- What Not To Flush
- Restaurant Information 3-25-2020
- COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide 3-30-2020
- Monmouth County Press Release 3-27-2020
- NJT Press Release 3-25-2020
- NJ 16349 3-24-2020
- NJ 16349 EIDL Fact Sheet
- Message from Dr. Compton
- COVID19 Operation Plan March 2020 (pdf)
- Expanded Access to Telehealth & Tele-Mental Health Services in Response to COVID-19 3-22-20
- NJ COVID-19 Information Hub 3-22-20
- Statewide Stay at Home Order 3-21-30
- SBA Disaster Assistance 3-20-2020
- Business Interuption Information
- Monmouth County Building Closures 3-13-20 (pdf)
- Monmouth County Press Release 3-19-2020
- Disaster Assistance Loans for Small Businesses 3-17-20 (pdf)
- Press Release - Mon Cty Bd of Chosen Freeholders
- County Clerk Hanlon - Webpage Portal for Government Closurers
- Memo Protecting Municipal Employees UPDATED 3/16/2020
- Borough Hall Closures
- Memo Protecting Municipal Employees 3-13-20 (pdf)
- CJIF 2020 Covid-19
A message from the Atlantic Highlands Police Department:
When a crisis affects the Borough of Atlantic Highlands, Municipal and Emergency Management Officials must be able to reach residents instantly with warnings, information, and updates. In order to ensure that residents can be contacted quickly and effectively, the Borough of Atlantic Highlands uses Swiftreach Networks, Inc. as its Emergency Notification service provider.
Swift911 in its simplest form is a system that makes phone calls (along with an email and/or text if you desire) to specific people or areas in the event of an emergency or for sharing important information. All the calls that you receive will have the caller ID listed as Borough of Atlantic Highlands or AHNJ for text messages.
Whether residents need to be informed of fire hydrant testing, a water main break, approaching storm, State emergencies, or other crisis, the emergency notification system is the most efficient way to reach our residents with news.
Atlantic Highlands residents and business owners only.
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