May 20, 2022
Weekend Update

Dear Resident,

This Saturday, we celebrate National Kids to Parks day.  Register to join in rock painting and spend the afternoon enjoying one of our many parks.  See below for more. 

Please see below for the many upcoming events and programs. 


Union Hill Road CLOSED Saturday, May 21 from 8am to 4pm between Tennent Road and Menzel Lane for tree work to be performed.  Detours will be in place and Police will be on site to assist motorists.  Please avoid the area, if possible.  Thank you for your cooperation. 


National EMS Week – May 15-21 is the 47th annual National EMS Week. Locally, we honor the all-volunteer members of the Marlboro and Morganville First Aid Squads.  We are very lucky to have these dedicated men and women who safeguard the health, safety and well-being of our community. Should you wish to explore becoming an EMS volunteer, please see the FLYER

Lock Your Car. Take Your Fob. Report Suspicious Activity –Please continue to lock your car, remove your key fob and keep valuables out of site.  The 'See Something, Say Something and We Will Do Something' initiative continues to be effective and I thank all residents for your support and cooperation.  Please do not hesitate. If you see something suspicious or out of place, call the police. 


Bulk Collection/Spring Cleanup and Brush Collection – The annual bulk collection and spring brush collection is in the final weeks. We remind residents that when brush and bulk is complete our summer road program begins and no lawn debris may be placed curbside.  Please review Brush and Bulk Update #5 HERE to ensure that Marlboro streets stay clean and safe.

Selling Your Home?  As we enter the busy season for home sales, help make the CCO process a breeze. Before you put your home on the market, check that permits have been filed and closed for  items such as finished basements, sheds, decks, raised patios and gazebos as this is required before a CCO can be issued.  Please call the Building Department at 732 536-0200 ext. 1800 to review.  Spring and summer are busy times for home sales and CCO inspections are currently being scheduled approximately three weeks after submission as long as all permits are filed/closed and this will increase as the selling season picks up. Please plan accordingly when you start the process of selling your home. Thank you for your cooperation.

Zoning Office Message on Property Maintenance – As spring cleanups begin, 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.  


SART Training to Support Survivors of Sexual Violence – Application deadline May 31! The Marlboro Police Department is offering SART training for those interested in volunteering to assist victims of sexual violence. For more details, please see the FLYER.


Recreation and Swim Programs for all Ages, summer employment opportunities, lifeguard training and more HERE

Marlboro Parks Rock - Saturday, May 21 from 10am – noon.  Scheduled to coincide with National Kid to Parks Day, we begin the day with rock painting.  Your bring rocks and we provide the paint (free, but registration required) and a ribbon cutting to dedicate our new walking trail exercise equipment.  Residents are invited to spend the afternoon visiting our many parks and leaving your decorated rock behind to spread messages of kindness.  Please see the FLYER for details and a link to the list of our many parks

Marlboro Swim Club – Opening Memorial Day Weekend! Swim team, water aerobics, family fun nights, swim lessons and more.  Don’t fight traffic and spend time searching for parking.  Summer get-a-way moments from home. See the ‘Marlboro Recreation & Swim Programs’ link above for details.


Baby Formula Shortage – To address infant formula shortages in the wake of Abbott Nutrition’s voluntary recall of certain powdered infant formulas, Governor Murphy has declared a State of Emergency. State information and resources can be found HERE.  Additional resources from the US Dept. of Health and Human Services can be found HERE.  Residents who suspect price gouging or unfair business practices related to the sale of baby formula can file a complaint with the DCA by visiting its website or by calling 1-800-242-5846 to receive a complaint form by mail.

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.

COVID TESTS – The Federal Government has opened up a third round of free rapid COVID tests.  Visit to place your order find out where to get local PCR tests and more. 

Mark your calendars for the season opening of the Marlboro Farmers Market (MFM) on Sunday, June 5 from 9am to 1pm.  To view our vendors and to learn more about the market, visit the website HERE and follow us on Facebook and Instagram. 

Enjoy the weekend and I hope to see you at our events and programs.

Mayor Jon Hornik