Red Bank will hold an electronic tax sale on Monday, October 26, 2015. For information on the sale or to view properties included, please visit https://redbank.newjerseytaxsale.com.
Experts will be on hand to advise on history, age and approximate value of antiques and collectibles including silver, china and glass, quilts and textiles, primitives, paintings and prints. The event will run from 1pm to 5pm and the admission price of $20 includes the evaluation of one item, live bluegrass music, seasonal refreshments and mini lectures on antiques and local history.
Deadline is extended until Monday, October 5th at 9 a.m. Go to www.redbanklibrary.org and click on the survey icon "Shape our Future”. Or stop by the library or borough hall to pick up a paper survey
Mayor Pasquale Menna and the Borough of Red Bank to host Chinese Student Delegation visit on Monday, September 28, 2015 from 10:30 AM through 12:30 PM. The Borough of Red Bank has been chosen as a study model for the interrelationship between local government, arts organizations, and business and economic development.
The Library is seeking input about library services, materials and programs. The survey can be completed on line or on paper and is part of the library’s strategic planning process. The results will be used to determine the best use of resources and new programming.
Our newly contracted private sanitation vendor will be providing trash collection on several major holidays that previously were not collection days. According to the contract between the Borough of Red Bank and Delisa Demolition, the company will pick up every scheduled day except for legal holidays recognized by the Monmouth County Reclamation Center. According the Reclamation Center website (http://app.visitmonmouth.com/Reclamation/Tariff.pdf) they are only closed on: New Years’ Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.