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IMPORTANT MESSAGES FROM THE MAYOR
BEACH BADGE SALES HAVE BEEN EXTENDED TO INCLUDE MONDAY, 5/18 TO FRIDAY, 5/22
With Governor Murphy’s announcement extending the Health Emergency for another 30 days, it is quite evident that it cannot be business as usual with our upcoming beach season opening.
I am announcing that there will be no sales of daily badges for at least the first two weeks starting with Memorial Day weekend. This means that only seasonal badges will provide beach access through at least June 5th.
Seasonal badges can be purchased starting Monday May 11th, Monday through Friday in person at the Cliff Avenue and Third Avenue booths between the hours of 10am and 3pm. There will be no further sales of in person seasonal badges after Friday the 15th at 3pm until further notice.
In addition, seasonal badges are also available through this website by going to the VIPLY link: https://www.viplypass.com/bradley-beach-badges/ There is a processing fee with on line purchases. On line purchases will be closed at midnight on the 15th until further notice.
When the Governor’s emergency has been lifted and when additional beach guidance has been provided, a date to resume seasonal badges and to start daily badges will be announced.
If you have any questions, please call Michele at 732-776-2999 ex 1029.
Hello, this is Mayor Gary Engelstad with the second of two announcements that are going out this afternoon.
As you know, in an effort to ensure employee safety during the COVID-19 situation, our Public Works lot on the north end of Main Street has been closed. We know this has prevented many of you from making drop offs.
Our first class Public Works team has agreed to provide the borough with a free bulk trash pick up on Thursday May 14th. We ask for two things – one – that your bulk items be placed out no later than 5pm on the 13th and two – very importantly – they will under no circumstances pick up contractor debris. Any home improvement related debris will be left at the curb and if still there the following day a violation will be issued.
DPW expects to pick up all items by Friday afternoon.
Here’s one suggestion – bulk trash pickups usually require purchased stickers. Since this pickup will not require stickers, we’d ask that you consider making a donation to the Bradley Beach Food pantry instead. Simply go to the BradleyFoodPantry.org website, click the donate button and help support this critical organization in our borough.
Thanks very much.