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3.25.2015

Spring Leaf Collection Schedule Announced

The Township of Brick’s annual Spring Leaf Collection will begin on Monday, April 6.  Leaves will be collected in accordance with the Township’s recycling day with residents whose recyclables are collected on Tuesdays having the first collection.

“We have decided to change our leaf collection schedule this year.  In the past,...


3.19.2015

Mayor Ducey Announces Start of 2015 Pothole Repair Program

After one of the harshest winters in recent memory is coming to a close, Mayor John G. Ducey is pleased to announce that he has created the Brick Township Pot Hole Repair Program to address the problem of potholes on neighborhood streets.

“The conditions this past winter,...


3.13.2015

Township and Schools to Host Senior Citizen Prom

Mayor John G. Ducey, the Township Council and Brick Township Public Schools invite Brick’s senior citizen community members to enjoy the free 2015 Senior Citizen Prom on Friday, May 8 from 6-10 PM at Lake Riviera Middle School, 171 Beaverson Boulevard.<...


3.11.2015

Windward Beach Playground Honored

Mayor John Ducey is proud to announce that the Township of Brick was awarded the 2014-2015 Excellence in Design Award by the New Jersey Recreation and Parks Association for the new playground at Windward Beach Park.

“When we cut the ribbon on the new playground at Windward...


3.3.2015

Township Considering New Rules for Rentals

The Brick Township Council will introduce an ordinance on first reading that will give the township the ability to hold landlords financially accountable for the actions of their tenants.  The ordinance will enable the township to better preserve the peace and tranquility of the community by requiring landlords to post a bond of up to $5,000 when tenants have...


2.28.2015

Township to Offer Curbside Collection of Rigid Plastics

Effective Tuesday, March 3, the Township of Brick will offer curbside collection of rigid plastics to residents.  Collection will be on an on-demand basis every Tuesday. “This new program gives us the opportunity to remove more garbage from the waste stream while increasing the Township’s revenue from recycling,” said 2.20.2015

Flood Map Meetings Scheduled in Ocean County

Ocean County residents and property owners will be able ask questions and obtain information on their property’s flood hazard risk at two Open Houses scheduled to take place in Ocean County on Wednesday, Feb. 25 and Thursday, Feb. 26 from 4 to 8 p.m. During the past year and a half, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region II office...


2.17.2015

Senior Outreach Services Activities Cancelled on February 17

Due to inclement weather, all Senior Outreach Services activities scheduled for Tuesday, February 17 have been cancelled.


2.12.2015

Mayor Announces Scholarship Opportunity

Mayor John G. Ducey would like to inform high school juniors and seniors in Brick Township about a scholarship opportunity offered by the New Jersey State League of Municipalities.  The League is offering three $1,000 scholarships through the Louis Bay 2nd Future Municipal Leaders Scholarship Competition.  The statewide competition...


2.12.2015

Mayor Proclaims February 15 - 21 Brick Police Appreciation Week

Mayor John G. Ducey has proclaimed the week of Sunday, February 15 through Saturday, February 21 as Brick Police Appreciation Week and has designated it as a week to recognize and show appreciation for the service of the men and women of the Brick Township Police Department.

“Brick Township...


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