2018 Council Meeting Schedule
The following are the meeting dates for the Township Council: January 22nd, February 26th, March 26th, April 23rd, May 21st, June 25th, July 23rd, August 20th, September 24th, October 22nd, November 19th, December 17th
The Township Council will hold a regular Meeting on Monday, January 22, 2018 at 6 pm in the meeting room located at 627 Pinewald-Keswick Road, Bayville. The public is invited.
2018 Sanitation & Recycling Schedules
Mayor Amato would like residents to know that the 2018 Sanitation & Recycling schedules are in the process of being mailed and wishes all a Happy and Healthy New Year! The 2018 Schedules can be found by
COLD WEATHER TIPS
Mayor Amato would like residents to be prepared for the Cold weather season. Here are seven tips to help you prepare for and stay safe during the cold temperatures:
1. Wear layers of lightweight clothing to stay warm. Gloves and a hat will help prevent losing body heat.
2. Bring the pets indoors. If that’s not possible, make sure they have enough shelter to keep them warm and that they can get to unfrozen water.
3. Avoid frozen pipes - run water, even at a trickle, to help prevent them from freezing. Keep the thermostat at the same temperature day and night to help avoid freezing pipes.
4. Do not use a stove or oven to heat the home.
5. Space heaters should sit on a level, hard surface and anything flammable should be kept at least three feet away.
6. If using a fireplace, use a glass or metal fire screen large enough to catch sparks and rolling logs.
7. Turn off space heaters and make sure fireplace embers are out before leaving the room or going to bed.
Weather Fluctuations Can Affect Plumbing
Mayor Amato would like residents to be aware that SUEZ is urging their customers to be aware that seasonal freezing, as well as possible extreme temperature fluctuations can cause water line in homes, businesses and underground infrastructures to become damaged, resulting in cracked pipes
Pay Your Property Taxes Online
Mayor Amato announces that property owners in Berkeley Township will now be able to pay your property taxes online. There will be a minimal service charge that the bank charges for the service.
Click Here to look up your taxes and pay them online
Berkeley Township Launches
"See Something - Say Something" Campaign
Mayor Carmen F. Amato, Jr., and Chief Karin DiMichele announced the campaign today. "It's important to remind residents that if they see something suspicious they should report it to the police immediately."
New Jersey Veterans Guide
Mayor Amato would like our community's Veterans to be aware of the services available to them.
Click Here for the NJ Veterans Benefits Guide
Report a Pothole
Mayor Amato would like residents to report any potholes by using the form below. Due to the harsh winter season we experience we realize that it creates numerous potholes throughout the Townships 271 miles of Roads. The Public Works Department is asking your help to let us know where these trouble spots are.
Click here to report the pothole location