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Welcome to Red Bank
Situated on the banks of Monmouth County's beautiful Navesink River, the Borough of Red Bank has an area of 1.75 square miles and is approximately five miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean. As of the 2000 census Red Bank's population was 11,844. Formerly part of Shrewsbury Township, Red Bank was officially incorporated in 1908 and takes its name from the clay banks of the river that serves as one of its borders.

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A Municipal Service Request is a form-based request for service that is automatically sent to the appropriate borough department that the website-registered public may submit via the borough website.

A Municipal Service Request may include a citizen’s request for the repair or installation of safety features on borough-owned public property, such as playground equipment or park lighting, or quality of life issues including recycling pickup, snow removal, the discovery of a pothole, or suspected code violations.

You can submit requests for the following issue types:
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Important Notices
A revaluation of all properties within the Borough has been ordered by the Monmouth County Board of Taxation. Representatives of the appraisal company will be visiting properties to conduct complete inspections of both the interior and exterior of properties.
The Borough of Red Bank is planning to implement a water meter upgrade program in 2015 which will replace the old meter reading system with new water meters in every home and business. Attached is information on the key benefits of replacement and answers to frequently asked questions. A copy of the proposed ordinance is also attached and is scheduled for a Public Hearing on December 17, at 5pm at 90 Monmouth Street.
The Mayor and Council enacted on ordinance in September that renamed the area at the foot of Marine Park as Ambassador Katharine Elkus White Circle to honor Red Bank's first and only female Mayor.
The Red Bank Tax Collector's Office is giving tax payers the option of signing up for automatic payments. By completing a simple form, payments will be automatically deducted from the taxpayer's bank account.
The 2014 General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. Polls will open at 6 am and close at 8 pm. Muncipal Offices will be closed. The Municipal Clerk's Office will be open for election business only. Polling place addresses and a district map are available on the "Clerk" Department page of this website.
The plan includes a hazard mitigation strategy which is designed to reduce and eliminate risks to people and property from natural hazard events. In addition, it identifies an area's vulnerability to the effects of natural hazards and the goals, objectives and actions required to minimize future loss.
Community Calendar
Meetings held in the Council Chambers. Ending times vary.
Meetings held on the 4th Tuesday of the month from 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers.
Court is in session on Thursdays starting at 8:30 a.m.