The Township of Colts Neck is seeking application for the position of Tax Assessor. The position shall be part time, 14 hours per week. Days and hours of part-time employment shall be at the discretion of the Township Committee or as approved by the Township Administrator.
Resumes and references should be received by Robert Bowden, Township Administrator, by October 1, 2014.
Anticipated commencement of employment is December 2014.
Township residency is not required.
The tax bills for the 3rd and 4th Quarter of 2014 and 1st and 2nd quarters of 2015 were mailed to all property owners.
Please note: Governor Christie has delayed funding the Homestead Benefit Program, which was reported in newspapers and on local television stations several weeks ago. Funding is anticipated in May 2015, and once received, new tax bills will be issued and mailed to all property owners. If the Homestead Benefit Program is further delayed by the Governor, the credit would be reflected in next year’s regular tax mailing sent out the first week of July.
The 3rd Quarter 2014 tax payment is due August 1, 2014. The 3rd quarter’s grace period ends 4:30 p.m. on Monday, August 11, 2014.
Please contact the Township’s Tax Collector’s Office, 732-462-5470, prompt #2, with any tax payment questions.
The Township taxpayer now has several options for tax payment. For Tax Payment options, click here.
This is a Colts Neck Swift911 message.
This is an important message from Mayor Russell Macnow to all Township residents.
The Township will conduct a one-time clean-up of brush from last night’s storm beginning Monday, July 14th.
Residents should place brush outside in the manner prescribed by Colts Neck Township Ordinance prior to July 14th.
Please take special note that this is for brush from the storm only. Brush that is not from storm should not be placed curbside and will not be collected.
Brush Collection Ordinance
Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.
On Saturday, August 23, 2014, Colts Neck native and The Voice finalist Jacquie Lee will perform in concert at the Robert J. Collins Arena, Brookdale Community College, Lincroft Campus. The concert, “Two Towns, One Voice, One Mission”, is hosted by Operation Provide Comfort, and all proceeds go directly to rebuild the Union Beach, New Jersey community.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
For additional information on concert tickets, which go on sale July 1, 2014, please click on the following link: opcunionbeach.org/tickets
For the latest information on Operation Provide Comfort, visit their website: opcunionbeach.org or follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/879066555456786/
Every door-to-door peddler, canvasser and/or solicitor must be licensed by the Municipal Clerk’s Office at Town Hall. The photo identification license badge issued by the Colts Neck Municipal Clerk must be worn prominently and be visible during door-to-door solicitations. In the event you are visited by an unlicensed door-to-door peddler, canvasser and/or solicitor, please call Police non-emergency (732-462-4343) IMMEDIATELY to report (available 24/7).
Residents or business owners receiving uninvited solicitations stuffed in or affixed to entry doors/gates, mailboxes (not processed through the USPS mail system) or anywhere on one’s property should contact the Municipal Clerk’s Office at Town Hall to advise (732-462-5470, x 100).
As a resident or business owner, you may request, in writing to the Municipal Clerk (124 Cedar Drive), to have your address included on the “no knock” list barring uninvited solicitations from Colts Neck Township licensed peddlers, canvassers, and/or solicitors, and/or you may post a sign on your premises, “No Solicitors Invited”. Again, in the event you are visited by an unlicensed door-to-door peddler, canvasser and/or solicitor, please call Police non-emergency (732-462-4343) IMMEDIATELY to report (available 24/7).
Municipal Code Chapter 168
Application for Peddlers, Canvassers or Solicitors License
The following link is a guide to the many specimen trees located within Town Hall Park. The Arboretum Walking Tour map and the tagging of these trees was the work of resident Alec Bernstein, as his Eagle Scout Project. Alec is now studying clean water issues in India as a Fulbright Scholar.
Town Hall Arboretum Walking Tour Map