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Borough Clerk Notices
The minutes from the December 30, 2013 Public Hearing regarding a proposed amendment to the Borough's Recreational Open Space Inventory (ROSI) are n
The Parks and Recreation Department has announced that there are only three opportunities left to sponsor a bench in Marine Park.  Sponsorships
Mayor Menna is thrilled to announced that Red Bank has been named as one of the 20 Best Small Towns in America by Smithsonian Magazine.  Callin

Borough Clerk News
Borough residents can now use the Red Bank website to sign up for the Do Not Knock list, a mechanism recently authorized by ordinance to prevent peddlers and solicitors from going to the residences of those who enroll....

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Borough Clerk

Our mailing address is:
Office of the Borough Clerk
Borough of Red Bank
90 Monmouth Street
PO Box 868
Red Bank, NJ 07701
We can be reached at:
Telephone: (732)530-2740
Fax: (732)450-9109
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday: 9:00AM—5:00PM

 

NameTitlePhone #
Pamela Borghi Borough Clerk (732)530-2740
Bonnie Thomas Deputy Clerk (732)530-2740
 
 

OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CLERK

There are several Core Duties of the Municipal Clerk which include:

  • Secretary of the Municipal Corporation
  • Secretary to the Governing Body
  • Chief Administrative Officer of All Elections held in the Municipality
  • Chief Registrar of Voters in the Municipality
  • Administrative Officer
  • Records Coordinator and Manage

As part of these duties, the Municipal Clerk is responsible for preparing the meeting agendas for the Governing Body and for keeping an official record of the proceedings of every meeting as well as maintaining original copies of all minutes, ordinances and resolutions. The office also maintains all other records of the corporation such as books, deeds, contracts and archival records.

 

OPRA Requests

 The Municipal Clerk receives all requests under the Open Public Records Act (OPRA). OPRA applies to requests for records, not requests for isolated facts. In order to be considered a valid request under OPRA, the request must identify the specific record(s) desired and the request must be submitted to the records custodian of the public agency that has the record. A New Jersey Appeals Court recently ruled that requestors do not need to use the agency's records request form but any request must include all required information. For a printable copy of the OPRA request form is available on the left side of this page under forms.

 

Voter Information

2014 Election Dates have not yet been announced.  Please check back for updated information.

Vote by Mail Application can be downloaded here.

(All eligible New Jersey voters who requested a mail-in ballot for every General Election will receive a mail-in ballot for the General Election of November 5, 2013.)

Polling Places

Voting District Map is available. If you still are unsure of your polling location, please call of the Office of the Borough Clerk at (732)530-2740.
DistrictLocation
District 1 Navesink Hook and Ladder Company Firehouse
7 Mechanic Street
East of Broad Street
(732)530-2791
District 2 Independent Engine Company
32 Mechanic Street
East of Broad Street
(732)530-2793
District 3 United Methodist Church
245 Broad Street
South of Irving Place, Rear Entrance
(732)747-0446
District 4 United Methodist Church
245 Broad Street
South of Irving Place, Rear Entrance
(732)747-0446
District 5 Trinity Episcopal Church
50 White Street
Between Maple Avenue and Board Street
(732)741-4581
District 6 Calvary Baptist Church, Education Wing
221 Bridge Avenue
Between River Street and Cedar Street
(732)741-7455
District 7 Independent Engine Company
32 Mechanic Street
East of Broad Street
(732)530-2793
District 8 Red Bank Senior Center
80 Shrewsbury Avenue
Intersection of Monmouth Street and Shrewsbury Avenue
(732)747-5204
District 9 Red Bank Housing Authority
Leighton Avenue
Between Sunset Avenue and Drs. James Parker Blvd.
(732)345-8055
Do Not Knock Ordinance
 

To register your household with Red Bank's Do Not Knock Ordinance, complete this short online form.