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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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New FEMA Advisory Base Flood Elevations Available

posted: 5, March 08, 2013 at 09:22PM

FEMA has created new Advisory Base Flood Elevation maps to show a more current picture of flood risk for certain communities affected by Super Storm Sandy.  Below are two maps that include areas of Red Bank that are affected by these new flood elevation standards.  For more information on the new maps or to find information on a particular address, please use the following link: www.region2coastal.com/sandy/abfe

 Advisory Base Flood Elevations (ABFEs)with Zoning Areas

This downloadable map indicates zoning districts of Red Bank and their corresponding Advisory Base Flood Elevations (ABFEs). This map serves only as a reference guide to understanding current flood hazard risks.  Property owners who seek to build or rebuild should visit the Red Bank Zoning Office for more information.