Eatontown Borough | 47 Broad Street Eatontown, NJ 07724 | (732) 389-7600

Planning / Zoning

Where can I see the agendas for the upcoming Board meetings?

Agendas are posted on the borough web site and are available at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting. Click For Planning Click For Zoning

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Where are Board meetings held?

In the Council room on the second floor of Borough Hall at 47 Broad Street.

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When are the Board meetings typically held?

The Planning Board meets on the first and third Monday @ 7:30 P.M.. The Zoning Board meets on the second Monday @ 7:30 p.m.  Special meetings  on an alternate date would be at the discretion of the Board and would be noticed and the agenda would be […]

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Is there a copy of the zoning ordinance available for review on line?

The entire ordinance, which is updated biannually, is available on the Borough web site under Ecode.

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How can I find out the setbacks for my lot?

Please contact the Zoning Office for setback information.  Setback determinations can be influenced by easements, setbacks, corner lots and prior conditions imposed by a Board.

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How can I find out the Zone my property is located in?

Call our office and we will advise you of the zone in which your property is located.

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If I have several projects I wish to do, do I have to apply separately?

If you have several projects you wish to apply for, you may combine them all in one permit for one fee if you will be completing them all within a 12 month period.

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What is the fee for a zoning permit?

The basic zoning permit fee is $50.00.  This fee would be in addition to any Construction Permit fees.

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Can I start work before the permit is approved?

Work cannot be started until the permit is issued.  In some instances variances may be required and a Board approval would be necessary to proceed.

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What if I cannot find a copy of my survey?

If you can’t locate your survey, call our office as we may have it on file in the zoning files.  If not, you can contact the original surveyor listed on your deed or the attorney who handled  the closing when you bought the property.

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