The Planning Board will hold a virtual meeting on
Thursday, July 9, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83718555502
Or Telephone:
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
US: +1 646 558 8656 or +1 301 715 8592 or
+1 312 626 6799 or +1 669 900 9128 or
+1 253 215 8782 or +1 346 248 7799

Webinar ID: 837 1855 5502

If you would like to view the agenda and the plans for the applications that are scheduled to be heard click here.


Primary Election, Tuesday, July 7th

The Primary Election will be held on July 7th.  As voters are encouraged to  vote by mail, there will be only one polling location for Little Silver Residents, Borough Hall.  The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m..  If you vote at the polls you will be voting by provisional ballot.  Only those who cannot complete a provisional ballot due to physcial limitations will be permitted to use the voting machine.  

Please contact the Borough Clerk's office at 732-842-2400 or visit MonmouthCounyVotes.com with any questions.


 

Just in time for our Summer Reading program!
We are very excited to announce Curbside Pickup starting on Monday, June 22nd! Hours will be Monday through Saturday 10 am – 1 pm!

📚Patrons may call the library at 732-747-9649 to place holds for items or by using our online catalog https://mcls.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/littlesilver
📚Holds are only available for items owned by Little Silver Library.
📚Patrons will receive a call when their item is available and will be held up to three days.
📚Patrons are asked to call the library at 732-747-9649 from the parking lot and a staff member will bring your item(s) and will leave on a table in front of the library.
📚All items must be returned in the bookdrop and shall be quarantined for 3 days for everyone’s safety.


In our continuing effort to keep everyone fully informed during the pandemic, we provide the June 8, 2020 letter from the mayor being mailed to all our residents and businesses. From the arrival of outdoor dining, to the local COVID-19 numbers and efforts to help, to many Little Silver updates, we hope you find it informative. Please stay safe, call borough hall with any questions or concerns, and in recognition of our country’s ongoing battle against prejudice and injustice, please continue to promote peace, understanding and acceptance. We hope to return to our usual newsletter in July.

Letter to Residents, June 8, 2020


TRAIN CROSSING REPAIR SCHEDULED

We are pleased to advise that NJ Transit will be repairing the very bumpy train crossing on Silverside Avenue in the near future. Presently, work is scheduled to start on July 16, 2020, and is expected to last about 10 days. Throughout that time, the crossing will be closed, and a detour will be set up. In addition to the crossing repair, NJ Transit has agreed to extend the level crossing to accommodate a proposed future pedestrian crossing on the south side of the street, although that crossing will not be completed for some time, and will involve approval by multiple branches of government. These infrastructure projects can at times face unexpected hurdles or delays, so please keep an eye out for any scheduling changes. For now, however, please plan on finding an alternate route for any trips that would otherwise take you to this crossing, beginning July 16. We're looking forward to this improvement!  


 

On this Memorial Day, 2020, Little Silver honors our fallen soldiers with this video ceremony.  Thank you to everyone who helped put it together, and than you for recognizing the sacrifice that has preserved the freedom we enjoy.


 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING TAX PAYMENTS

The Tax Office is presently closed to the public, therefore here are some other ways that you can make your second quarter tax payment.

  1. Mail tax payment to the Borough of Little Silver, Tax Collector’s  Office, 480 Prospect Avenue, Little Silver, NJ 07739
  2. A drop box is available in the Police Vestibule.  This is open 24 hours.
  3. Utilize online bill pay with your Financial Institution.
  4. Online at the Borough’s website, littlesilver.org.  Please be advised there are fees associated with paying on the Borough’s website.

If you would like your Property Tax Bill stamped, please include with your payment.  It will be stamped and mailed back to you.

Thank you for your assistance!



April 28, 2020 Letter

The April 28 letter from the mayor with town news and COVID-19 information can be found here. Among other things, it notifies everyone of a 'Light the Night' celebration to recognize and support our first responders and front line workers. Also, in keeping with the fast-moving nature of news surrounding the pandemic, since the letter was written, Sandy Hook has announced it will soon reopen at 50 percent, and state parks have now been reopened as well. Little Silver's parks, fields and trails have always been open, and we've now reopened our recycling center during the week from 8 to 2, and are planning to reopen our tennis courts. It will be a challenge with the beautiful forecast, but please continue to obey the governor's executive orders. Be well.

Read letter


 

RECYCLING YARD OPENING MONDAY, MAY 4TH.

We are pleased to advise that our hard-working but short-staffed public works department will reopen the Recycling Yard on Monday, May 4. Its hours will be Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Residents must wear cloth facial coverings and comply with social distancing and all other aspects of the governor's orders at all times. Non-compliance that puts anyone's safety in jeopardy may result in the closing of the yard.

We understand that circumstances have left everyone with an increased recycling burden, but please use the yard only as a back-up to your regular curbside pickup, which continues as usual, per the regular schedule posted on www.littlesilver.org. Thanks to our DPW, administration, and emergency management office for getting this service up and running again! 


 

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE TAX COLLECTOR

To all residents that qualify for a Homestead Rebate or Senior Freeze (PTR) payment,  the State has suspended all Homestead Benefit credits and Senior Freeze (PTR) payments. The funds for these programs have been placed in reserve to allow for sufficient cash reserves to meet emergency obligations due to the COVID-19 health crisis.  No date has been given on when these credits/payments will resume.


 

 

Past Updates