The Borough will be holding its first town wide Garage Sale Weekend May 4th and 5th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Residents will not be required to obtain a permit for the event but will need to call Borough Hall at 732-842-2400 to register their address.  The Borough will advertise the event in the Two River Times, Asbury Park Press, on Facebook, Constant Contact, Electronic sign and the Borough website.  Maps of all registered addresses will be available at Borough Hall, the Library and on the Borough website  and Facebook two days prior to the event.

Registration will be from April 1st through April 29th.  Registrations received after the 29th will not be included on the map.

Please remember bulk items that are not sold can be put to the curb for bulk collection on your assigned bulk collection day (2nd trash pick-up of every week).  Only three items per bulk pick up.  Electronics cannot be placed to the curb for regular or bulk pick up but instead must be taken to the Monmouth County Recycling Center on Asbury Avenue in Tinton Falls, 732-683-8686, along with any appliances or construction materials.



The 2016 Homestead Benefit credit will be applied against the 2nd quarter tax payments due May 1st.  Revised tax bills for eligible residents were mailed March 25th.  Please remite the reduced tax amount with the revised bill stub.  If you did not receive the revised bill, please call the Tax Office at 732-219-0812 for the correct amount due.  Thank you.


APPLY NOW for the Little Silver Charitable Foundation ANNUAL $1,000 SCHOLARSHIP

Open to all Little Silver high school seniors. 

 Each year, the LSCF awards a $1,000 college scholarship to any high school senior who resides in Little Silver. Applicants are required to write an essay (500 words or less) answering the question: "What is special about growing up in Little Silver?" 
To be considered, please submit your essay to: before the deadline of June 1, 2019. The LSCF will review all essays and notify the winner in June, 2019. Visit www.LSCFInc.comto learn more about the Little Silver Charitable Foundation.



 Please remember that trash cans should not be placed to the curb for pick up  earlier than 6:00 p.m. the evening before.

BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2019 there will be a change in the zones for pickup of Trash, Recycling and Brush.  The Borough will be moving from three (3) zones to two (2) zones for all pickups. 

 Zone 1 will have Trash pickup Monday and Thursday and Zone 2 will have Trash pickup Tuesday and Friday.

 Recycling pickup for Zone 1 will begin on Wednesday January 2nd and will occur every other Wednesday after that.  Zone 2 recycling pick up will begin January 9th and will occur every other Wednesday after that. 

Please refer to the new brush pick up schedule attached as this is where the biggest change will occur.  In general residents in Zone 1 will be permitted to place brush to the curb beginning the 1st full week of each month thru the 2nd Wednesday of the month, and residents in Zone 2 will be permitted to place brush to the curb beginning the 3rd full week of the month thru the 4th Wednesday of each month. The specific dates for each month are set forth in the schedule here (pdf). 



Plastic bags of any type are no longer allowed in with recycling materials.   This applies to both curbside pickup and drop off at the Public Works yard.  Recycling materials are to be placed loose in all recycling containers or dumpsters.  Plastic bags cause delays and jams of the sorting machines during processing.  If plastic bags are found in any recycling load taken to the County site for disposal,  the entire recycling load will be rejected at significant cost to the Borough.

If plastic bags continue to appear in the dumpsters at the Public Works yard the Borough may be forced to close the recycling area Monday thru Friday, leaving only Saturday hours available, along with your regularly scheduled curbside pickup.

Everyone’s cooperation is sincerely appreciated.

If you have any questions please call Borough Hall at 732-842-2400.


The Borough has been monitoring the RF readings from the telecommunications tower. The following are graphs showing the most recent results.