April 22, 2022
I hope everyone celebrating or on spring break this past week enjoyed meaningful time with friends and family. As we return to work and school, bulk collection/spring cleanup along with brush collection begins and township spring programs are underway.
Please see below for more.
This past Sunday morning, Marlboro Police Officer Sgt. David Taglietta arrested four Newark residents who attempted to gain access into a vehicle this past Sunday morning. I want to thank the resident who locked their vehicle and removed the key fob preventing the car from being entered and made the 911 call immediately leading to the arrest. Congratulations to Sgt. Taglietta and Chief Pezzullo for the quick action. Thank you to all residents as we work together to keep Marlboro safe. Please review the ‘See Something. Say Something. We Will Do Something.’ letter here.
Property Tax Notice - Second quarter property taxes must be received by Tuesday, May 10th to avoid interest which is calculated from May 1, 2022. The Tax Collector’s office will have extended hours on Tuesday, May 10th from 8:30 am to 8:00 pm. A drop box is located in the vestibule of Town Hall and is available 24/7. All payments left in the drop box by 8:00 pm on May 10th will be credited that day and will not be subject to interest. Read the Tax Collector’s letter HERE
Bulk Collection/Spring Cleanup and Brush Collection – Sent via separate email earlier this week, the annual bulk collection begins April 25 by zone. Please review the letter HERE to ensure that Marlboro streets stay clean and safe for vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians.
Zoning Office Message on Property Maintenance – As we enter spring and begin cleanup, the Zoning Office details code requirements for property maintenance and how to report a vacant home in your neighborhood before it becomes unsightly. Please see the Zoning letter HERE.
Pothole Portal – The portal is on the home page of the website ‘Quick Links & Actions’ and HERE. Only one Marlboro SDL account is needed for all on-line services. This efficient method of reporting allows our residents who drive our streets every day to direct resources where they are needed.
Marlboro K-8 Schools Substitute Teachers – Please join them for a job fair Wednesday, April 27 from 3-6pm. See the flyer for more HERE. Refer a friend and make $100. See FLYER HERE.
PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
Spring Recreation Programs – Please see the letter for upcoming registration programs, swim club and more for all ages HERE.
COVID Vaccine/Booster Clinic – We are pleased to again be sponsoring a clinic in cooperation with Monmouth County Health Department on Monday, April 25 from 10am – 1pm Please visit www.cdc.gov or ask your medical professional which vaccine/booster is right for you. Direct questions to the Monmouth County Board of Health. See FLYER for more.
Arbor Day 2022- Join the Marlboro Shade Tree Committee on Saturday, April 30 at 10am for a brief Arbor Day tree planting ceremony recognizing the 150th Arbor Day. The ceremony will be held at the Community Garden located at 82 Tennent Road.
National Drug Takeback Day – Saturday, April 30, 2022 from 10am – 2pm in front of Town Hall/Police Department. Help fight drug abuse. Remove unneeded medicines from your home, prevent misuse and out of landfills and water supply. All drugs accepted. No questions asked. No sharps.
Blood Drive – May 1 from 10am - 4pm, Marlboro Police, Recreation, and the Alliance for the Prevention of Drug Abuse announce a Community blood drive. Advance registration suggested but not required. FLYER
Rabies Clinic – Saturday, May 14 from 10am - noon. Dogs and Cats must be annually licensed with the Township. Late fees will be added after June 1. Registration and clinic information HERE.
Memorial Day Parade – The Veterans and Volunteers committee is pleased to announce that the parade and ceremony return on May 22 at 1pm. If you represent a community group, business or organization and would like to participate, please email
Marlboro Township Water Utility (MTWUD) Customers - Please be advised that, due to the increase in Middlesex Water Company’s (MWC) rates approved by the BPU, new water rates are effective for Marlboro Water Utility customers as of January 1, 2022. Bills generated on or after April 1 will reflect the new rates. Please see the letter from MTWUD regarding the MWC rate increase HERE.
COVID-19 Ratepayer Relief Measures –Measures are in place to provide relief to ratepayers experiencing economic hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic. The NJ Department of Community Affairs has developed a low income household water assistance program. Please review the letter from the Marlboro Water Utility HERE.
Enjoy the weekend.
Mayor Jon Hornik