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NOTICE TO RESIDENTS AND BOROUGH EMPLOYEES RE: POLITICAL SIGNS: Due to developments in United States Supreme Court case law regarding the First Amendment and political signs, the Borough of Beachwood will no longer be enforcing the provision of the Borough Code, Section 13-1, entitled "POLITICAL SIGN" (second sentence), which states, "A political sign shall be permitted within 30 days prior to any national, State, County, or local election and shall be removed within five days after the election." Also, Section 13-4 shall be understood to contain an additional subsection, (g), for Political Signs, making it clear that political signs are permitted in all residential zones.  The Borough Code was formally amended to reflect these revisions. These revisions to the ordinance do not in any way impact the prohibition on placing political signs on public property; political signs may not be placed on public property. 

THE BOROUGH OF BEACHWOOD DOG & CAT LICENSING:

The licensing for dogs/cats will take place beginning January 3, 2023 at the Borough Hall, 1600 Pinewald Road, Beachwood.  Proof of Rabies vaccination must be presented upon application. Costs are $8.00 for spayed/neutered dogs/cats; proof of spaying/neutering must be provided and non-spayed/non-neutered dog/cat licenses are $11.00. Licenses purchased AFTER January 31st will incur a $10.00 late fee. If you pet's Rabies vaccination expires between January 1st to October 1st, you will NOT be able to obtain a 2023 dog/cat license until vaccinated.



 THE OCEAN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT FREE RABIES CLINICS YEAR-ROUND

Both of our facilities offer free rabies vaccinations available for the public for cats and dogs.  
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, CALL TO SCHEDULE TODAY! 
Jackson (Northern OCAF) 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month: 732-657-8086
Manahawkin (Southern OCAF) 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month: 609-978-0127 
Clinics run from 10:30am to 12pm, and we take a total of 60 appointments per clinic.There is a maximum of four pets per person.  Cats and dogs only, kittens need to be at least 3 pounds for vaccination, puppies need to be at least 12 weeks of age. Dogs must be restrained on a proper fitting collar or harness and leash. Cats need to be secured in a carrier. 
 If your pet has received a prior rabies vaccination, bring in the certificate, or vet records indicating the vaccination, and the vaccine your pet receives will be valid for 3 years.  If you do not have proof of a prior rabies vaccination, or if it is the first time your pet is receiving the vaccination, the shot will be valid for 1 year.  Please bring the proof of prior vaccination with you, as we will not be able to look up anything or contact your veterinarian when we are in the middle of the clinic.

To All OUR FRIENDS in Beachwood.
 
It’s been a bit more than 24 months since last we spoke, and I hope this message finds you and your family in good health.
 
To those impacted by “long-Covid” I wish you a speedy recovery process. Don’t give up.
 
As we try to return to what we can consider a “normal” lifestyle, we must come to grips with the knowledge that nothing will ever be “normal” again.  The 24 months that we endured changed our lives forever.
We learned much over this time; 
 
  1. FAMILY and FRIENDS MATTERS MORE THAN YOU EVER REALIZED
    How important coming together really was and how it helped us get through it all.  Family and Friends have proven to be the best medicine of all.
     
  2. THE GREAT RESIGNATION as they call it showed the world that rather than feel undervalued, we found a new passion in life. “Doing what we want to do”
     
  3. Just look how far the Medical field has come, creating vaccines in record time to attack Covid and keep us safe. This is only the first step, who knows what is on the great horizon when it comes to fighting other things, like cancer, autism, or heart disease.
     
  4. Some of us learned that it’s okay to take time for ourselves and asking for help was not an evil thing. Getting out there among others in your own special way. Following your own guidelines for interaction with others. 
    Sure, we endured a Pandemic, and maybe we are going to struggle with it for a while longer, but I know this for certain, “as long as we have our family and friends we can overcome anything”.
 
Take care, stay strong, stay healthy we will get through this together.
 
“Never, never, never give up”
Winston S. Churchill
 
Mayor Ron Roma
ANNOUNCEMENTS

CANCELATION OF JANUARY 10, 2024 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING

01-08-2024

NOTICE OF CANCELATION OF SPECIAL MEETING FOR THE BOROUGH OF BEACHWOOD MAYOR & COUNCIL NOTICE is hereby given that the Borough of Beachwood Mayor and Council’s special meeting to be held on January 10, 2024 at 6:30 pm at the William T. Hornidge Municipal Complex, 1600 Pinewald Road, Beachwood, New Jersey has been canceled. Susan A. Minock, RMC Municipal Clerk Transmitted to the Asbury Park Press 1/8/2024 Posted on the Municipal Building Doors 1/8/2024 Posted on the Municipal website 1/8/2024
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Home Energy Program

03-18-2022

Instructions for Home Energy Assistance (HEA)/ Universal Service Fund (USF), and Weatherization Application
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