Berkeley Township Launches
"See Something - Say Something" Campaign
Mayor Carmen F. Amato, Jr., and Chief Karin DiMichele announced the campaign today. "It's important to remind residents that if they see something suspicious they should report it to the police immediately." Amato said.
The local campaign will consist of signs placed throughout the town, postings on billboards, web sites, social media followed by a nixle notification.
Pay Your Property Taxes Online
Mayor Amato announces that property owners in Berkeley Township will now be able to pay your property taxes online. There will be a minimal service charge that the bank charges for the service.
Click Here to look up your taxes and pay them online
Senior Freeze -Property Tax
Mayor Amato is happy to announce that the Filing deadline for 2016 Senior Freeze (PTR) Applications is extended to October 18, 2017. For more information on the program or to see if you are eligible please contact The New Jersey Department of Treasury at 1-800-882-6597 (within NJ, NY, PA,DE, and MD. Or Visit the Senior Services office located in Town Hall.
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MAYOR AMATO ANNOUNCES THE RETURN
2017 SOUNDS OF SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Mayor Carmen F. Amato, Jr. is proud to announce the Sounds of Summer Concert Series will return to Veterans Park this summer. The next concert will be Wednesday August 23rd, beginning at 6pm.
Featuring local talent Jukebox Legends singing all the great songs of the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s, followed by New York Bee Gees, delivering songs from every decade of the Bee Gees catalog.
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2017 FARMERS MARKET
Berkeley Township Farmers Market begins Tuesday May 30th
Every Tuesday, visit our vendors from 10-5 at the Berkeley Twp. Recreation Center, 630 Atlantic City Blvd. (Rt. 9).
This years vendors include: Colony Market, Moore's Farm Market, Cream Ridge Winery, A & A Dips, Jersey Charm Gourmet Coffee, Empanada Guy, Dags Dippers, High Mountain Foods, Right Coast Soapery and more..
New Jersey Veterans Guide
The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs have assembled a guide which is full of this valuable information. I am extremely grateful for all of our Military Service Personnel and our Veterans who have served our Country. I want to make sure every veteran is aware and receiving the benefits and services they are entitled to.
Click Here for the NJ Veterans Benefits Guide
RECYCLING GENERATES REVENUE
RECYCLING GENERATES $30,685 IN REVENUE FOR BERKELEY TOWNSHIP - Mayor Amato is pleased to report during the six month period between July 1, 2016 through Dec. 31, 2016, Berkeley Township collected 2,210 tons of recyclables as part of our Recycling Revenue Sharing program with Ocean County. The payout per ton for this period was $13.88. Berkeley Township received AS ITS SHARE, $30,685 in revenue. Out of the 33 Towns in Ocean County, Berkeley Township was the 6th highest in revenue generated.
.....Click Here for Recycling Guidelines
Click here For The County Shredding Schedule
Report a Pothole
Mayor Amato would like residents to report any potholes by using the form below. Due to the harsh winter season we experience we realize that it creates numerous potholes throughout the Townships 271 miles of Roads. The Public Works Department is asking your help to let us know where these trouble spots are.
Click here to report the pothole location