Due to the COVID 19 pandemic and the large crowds expected for the 4th of July Fire Works display Borough Officials feel that for the safety of its residents this event be postponed. The new event date is scheduled for September 5, 2020.
As a result of the Emergency Meeting of the Beachwood Mayor and Borough Council held March 14, 2020 in conjunction with Beachwood Emergency Management, Beachwood Emergency Services and the Borough Police Department to review both President Trump and Governor Murphy's declarations of a Medical State of Emergency due to the Covid19 Pandemic the following actions are to be immediately implemented:
Borough Public Buildings shall be closed to the public until further notice in order to protect our residents and our employees.
Regular services such as garbage, recycling and water will operate as normal.
For police fire and medical emergencies please call 911.
Information concerning building and zoning permits And any licensing questions can be obtained by calling borough hall at 732-286-6000.
Also information can be obtained on the borough website at www.beachwoodusa.com
Those wishing to drop off any permits or applications may use the mailbox located at the front of Borough Hall, 1600 Pinewald Road.
The Beachwood Community Center and Multipurpose Building at Mayo Park shall be closed through June 2020.
Any current reservations for June may be changed without penalty or may receive a full refund. If anyone wants to move forward with the scheduled events, within state guidelines but against borough recommendations, will be required to execute an appropriate waiver and release.
The Mayor and Council appreciate your patience and understanding and hope that all will comply with health advisory’s issued during this difficult time. Thank you and our prayers are with you.
Mayor Ronald Roma And the Beachwood borough council
**On or about 3/23/2020 New Jersey Natural Gas’ contractor will mobilize to renew gas main on Route 9 in Beachwood. This long term construction will occur from 7 pm - 6 am and services will not be affected. Please be mindful of work zones which may require lane shifts and occasional alternating traffic. For additional information please contact NJNG’s customer service line at 800-221-0051.**
To All Concerned Citizens of Beachwood,
Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 public health emergency the Governor has ordered all Municipal Alliances to stop all programs and has frozen all funding for Alliance programs until October.
Further, due to the current restrictions in place it would be extremely difficult for us to have our traditional “Family Fun Nights” at the Birch and Surf Park. This is truly upsetting as this year marks 19 years that we have been having this event. Additionally, while the Beachwood Community Day is not solely an Alliance event it is a “health themed” event and the majority of the presenters are health agencies or public agencies that are unable to commit to Community Day. Also, the children’s play areas are a huge part of Community Day and we don’t feel comfortable with trying to provide all of the bouncing and touch rides nor are we sure that it is a good idea at this time. So Community Day has also been canceled.
Unfortunately, these are just two more casualties of this public health emergency.
In place of the traditional programs Geralynn and Jean have decided to try and have bingo as this was one of the most popular games on Monday nights (Please see the Alliance Facebook Page for the full information on this event). If all goes well we will try to continue it weekly.
Our emergency services have always been a big part of Family Fun Nights and you are all welcome to continue to participate. However, it is understandable if you choose to forgo the bingo event.
We will not be offering any other games or programs on Monday nights at this time. Also due to the current constraints on food services we will not be opening the kitchen.
I want to thank everyone for your continued support and patience in these very trying times. We will get through it.
Mayor Roma & the Beachwood Council
In November of 1914, the New York Tribune, cooperating with Mr. Bertram Chapman Mayo (founder of Beachwood) issued an "Extra" announcing
"Subscribe to the New York Tribune and secure a lot at Beautiful Beachwood. Act at once, secure your lot in this Summer Paradise now!"
This was the greatest premium offered by a newspaper - nothing equal to it was ever attempted in the United States.
Mr. Mayo, a resourceful, imaginative man who had successfully "founded" four (4) other communities between California and New Jersey (Browns Mills) before he came upon Beachwood. Each was founded in a similar manner.
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