News and Announcements
Monmouth County Gun Buy Back Program, for information see attached
Brush and Leaf fall collection – see attached
Freehold Borough - Ballot Box
2021 GENERAL ELECTION INFORMATION:
Voters have now have three options for voting: Vote by Mail, In person on Election Day or the new Early Voting Option. Monmouth County Clerk Hanlon provides information on the New Early In-Person Voting Option, mandated by State Law. “With the passage of this new State law, voters will have more ways and more days to vote in person than ever before in New Jersey,” said Clerk Hanlon. “The new early in-person voting option will provide evening and weekend hours resulting in more convenience for voters.” The early voting locations WILL NOT be open on Election Day. If voting in person on Election Day, please go to your assigned Voting District location. For a list of Early Voting Sites please see the attached flyer.
For more information visit MonmouthCountyVotes.com.
Help protect our trees, Kill this Invader - Spotted Lantern Fly, see the attached flyer
Monmouth County Paper Shredding Dates
Join the Freehold Borough Equality Initiative to Create a Safer, More Inclusive Community for Everyone
Free Firewood Harvesting Program at Lake Topanemus
Mayor’s Wellness Campaign
Downtown Freehold 2021/22 Budget
Freehold Borough Named 2020 Healthy Town
Freehold Borough COVID-19 Vaccination Program Flyer
English - Spanish
An important message from Mayor Kevin Kane re: Freehold Borough Selected as Finalist for the RWJF Culture of Health Prize
Covid-19 Vaccine – Residents’ Assistance
Home Energy Efficiency Programs
A Message from Neighborhood Connections To Health
Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health - English - Spanish
Governor Murphy - The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health through Public Health
How You Can Help...
COVID-19 - Emergency Information Road Map
An Important Message from the Police Department, Chief Craig Dispenza
An Important Message from the Freehold First Aid & Emergency Squad
FREEHOLD BOROUGH COVID-19 STATUS
Freehold Borough – State of Emergency
An Important Message from Delisa Waste, the Borough’s Garbage Hauler
From the Desk of Councilwoman Sharon Shutzer…. Please be advised all meetings of the Advisory Council on Aging have been cancelled until further notice.
Freehold Borough Moves to Become a Certified Veteran-Friendly Municipality
Free Lead Testing Kits Available
Important Notice from the Board of Health
LANDLORD REGISTRATION PROGRAM
Report a Pothole
Please be advised that effective immediately, DeLisa Demolition & Disposal will no longer accept 95 gal. tote-type trash containers for garbage disposal.. All containers must be 65 gals. or less in size. If you have any questions in this matter, please call 732 462-4200. Thank you.
RECYCLING NOTICE: Effective immediately, DeLisa Demolition & Disposal will no longer pick up any recycling material unless it is in the Freehold Borough blue or yellow bucket, or a similar type garbage can. Do not place any recycling materials in any type of bag, whether it is clear plastic or paper. If you do not have a blue or yellow bucket, please call 732 462-4200. We will deliver one to you.
The only acceptable recycling materials will be cardboard, newspaper, bottles, cans, mixed and office paper, and plastics (Code #1-2). None of these may be contaminated with food waste. No other materials will be accepted. NO PLASTIC BAGS AT ALL!
ELECTRONICS DISPOSAL: Local garbage companies are no longer permitted to collect electronic devices. Borough residents may dispose of their electronic devices by taking them to the Public Works Yard located at 161 Center Street for recycling (tel. 732 462-3033.) This includes items such as television sets, computers, monitors, printers, cameras, copiers, DVD’s, and cell phones.
FREEHOLD BOROUGH - RECYCLE COACH
Several changes have been made recently to the recycling regulations in Freehold Borough. Residents are urged to visit our website at freeholdboroughnj.gov/DPW/Recycling.html
to access and download the “Recycle Coach” app, for all the latest information on trash and recycling regulations and schedules in the Borough.