Brick Youth is Mayor John Ducey’s initiative to engage the young people of Brick Township. With the enthusiastic stewardship of Coordinator Colleen Kahl, Brick Youth provides young people with a greater voice in the community and with opportunities to enjoy and participate in community events.
For information, please visit the Brick Youth Facebook Page.
Mayor's Teen Advisory Council
Want to have a voice in your town? Want to be involved in making Brick better for all who live here? Join our club! We double as “The Society” (The Society of Influencers and Game Changers) and meet on Monday at Brick Township High School (library conference room) and on Wednesdays at Brick Memorial High School (room 153) during lunch.
Want more information or to get involved? Contact Project Coordinator Colleen Kahl at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up for TEXT ALERTS! Text Lounge270 to 84483
Lounge 270 Teen Center
Lounge 270 is Brick Township’s first municipally-run center exclusively for teenagers. Located in the Brick Township Civic Plaza, 270 Chambers Bridge Road, Lounge 270 will provide teenagers with a place to gather and call their own.
Lounge 270 has televisions, video game systems, computers, games, foosball, furniture and much more.
Lounge 270 will be staffed by the Recreation Department. A membership card is required to enter Lounge 270. Membership cards are free ($5 replacement fee if lost) and can be picked up at the Brick Township Recreation Department (M-F, 7:30am – 4pm) or during Lounge 270 hours.
Lounge 270 is open to teenagers in high school on Thursdays from 5pm – 9pm. Starting November 27, Mondays are ‘Middle School Mondays’ at Lounge 270 and it is open from 5pm – 9pm for 13 and 14 year old middle school students.
Lounge 270 will also host special events throughout the year including coffeehouses, movie nights, video game events and much more. These events are open to all teenagers.
Lounge 270 was funded by a grant awarded by the Ocean Partnership for Children.