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TOWNSHIP OFFICES CLOSED – THURSDAY – MARCH 5, 2015

Township offices are closed today, Thursday, March 5, 2015, and will reopen tomorrow, Friday, March 6, 2015, at 8:30 a.m.

Motorists are urged to stay off the roads to facilitate road clearing.

In the event of an actual emergency, dial 911.

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Colts Neck Emergency Notification System – Swift 911

Colts Neck has an updated emergency notification system for its residents.

  •  See “Online Services” section of this website for the updated registration link.

This emergency notification system is free of charge to subscribers.

 

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2015 Municipal Budget Workshop Meetings

The Colts Neck Township Committee will be meeting on the following dates for the purpose of reviewing and formulating the 2015 Municipal Budget:

All meetings will be held at Town Hall, 124 Cedar Drive, Colts Neck, NJ  07722.  Tentative decisions pertaining to the budget will be made at these sessions.  The public is invited and encouraged to attend.

 

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JOB OPPORTUNITY – ADMINISTRATOR/MUNICIPAL CLERK POSITION

With the planned retirement of Robert Bowden, the Township is seeking applications from qualified candidates.

Please click on the following link to view the job opportunity announcement:    Administrator Clerk Announcement

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COMMUNITY ENERGY AGGREGATION (CNCEA) PROGRAM

The following links provide information on the Colts Neck Township Community Energy Aggregation (CNCEA) Program:

CNCEA Program Update – FAQs

CNCEA Opt Out Letter

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TOWN HALL CORE SITE – ESTABLISHING A LEVEL ONE ARBORETUM

With the support of the Township’s Shade Tree Commission, Dr. Gordon Boak,  Shade Tree Commission member, identified at least 40 different species of trees within the Town Hall Core Site.  By Resolution 2014-132, the Township Committee endorsed the Shade Tree Commission’s efforts to establish a Level One Arboretum at the Town Hall Core Site.  The Shade Tree Commission plans to apply to Arbnet (www.arbnet.org), the National organization for arboretums, to have the Town Hall Core Site recognized as a Level One Arboretum.

The arboretum map and the tagging of trees was begun in 2005 by resident Alec Bernstein as his Eagle Scout Project.  (Alec is now studying clean water issues in India as a Fulbright Scholar.)

The following link is the updated guide to the many specimen trees located within the Town Hall Core Site.

Core Site Arboretum Map

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