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The Borough of Eatontown is committed towards treating people in a manner consistent with all applicable civil rights laws and regulations, including but not limited to:

the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964, The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination,

the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Conscientious Employee Protection Act.

To see the resolution affirming this, click here.

Have important public safety information sent to you during times of crisis. Don't wait until the next natural disaster to sign up for the Borough's CODE RED service,
sign up today. Click here to start enrollment.

The Eatontown Food Co-op feeds Eatontown residents who are in immediate need. Click here for their 2014 operating schedule. Call 732-610-8588.

The Eatontown Farmer's Market is now open every Sunday from 9am-2pm.
This year will feature produce from Laurino Farms. New vendors are welcome.
To find out how to get involved, please call 732-389-7621.

The Monmouth County Board of Elections is looking for poll workers. To qualify, you must be a registered voter in Monmouth County and attend a poll worker training class. Pay is $200 for a primary or general election. Call 732-431-7802 x7150.
Wolcott Park is closed Monday through Friday from 8:00AM to 12:30PM for our Recreation Summer Camp Program now through August 15th. 
This includes: the playground, fields, basketball courts, walking path and pavilion.
Your cooperation in this matter is most appreciated.
The Borough has experienced numerous burglaries and attempted burglaries to parked cars in residential areas. The neighborhoods involved included: Deepwood Estates, Grant Avenue between Rt. 36 and Wyckoff Road and Jeryl Street. The vehicles were left unlocked and the items of value were left in the vehicle console, glovebox, or in plain sight. All residents are reminded not to leave items of value in parked cars overnight and make sure your cars are locked. Residents are also asked to call the Eatontown Police Department immediately if they observe anything or anyone suspicious or out of the ordinary near their homes or in their neighborhoods.



7/23/2014Council Workshop
Starts at 7:00pm Borough Hall

Council Meeting
Starts at 7:30pm Borough Hall
Starts at 8:30am 556 Tinton Ave., Tinton Falls
7/27/2014Eatontown Farmer's Market
featruring Laurino's Farm
9am-2pm Wampum Park
7/28/2014Planning Bd.
Starts at 7:30pm Borough Hall