Community Cars; Affordable transportation for any need for individuals over 60
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Flex-T Mobility Partner; Affordable transportation to work for people with reduced mobility
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Volunteer Drivers: Drive our cars and help others!
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Click on link below to find a coupon for FREE Pit Bull Spay or Neuter Surgery.
The State of New Jersey
and the federal government
provide a variety of programs
to assist homeowners.
Information about these programs
The Monmouth County Sheriff's Office OEM has released a draft of the Hazardous Mitigation Plan. CLICK HERE FOR PRESS RELEASE
A copy of the DRAFT HAZARDOUS MITIGATION PLAN may be accessed through the press release.
The Borough is currently in the process of printing and mailing the 2016 Calendars. It will be mailed to your home shortly. Please click on the link below to obtain the calendar for February.
CLICK HERE FOR FEBRUARY 2016 CALENDAR
Deletion date February 29, 2016
Effective Monday, January 25, 2016 the Borough of West Long Branch will receive applications for Certificates of Occupancy (Sale and Rental) online. Please click on the following link or copy and paste it in your web browser to make an application for a certificate of occupancy:
This link may also be accessed in the ONLINE FORMS and HOUSING INSPECTOR sections of this website.
Deletion date April 20, 2016
Updated information regarding 2015 property reevaluations. The following is useful information on the 2014 Assessment Demonstration Program.
Residents of West Long Branch:
I would like to begin the New Year by thanking all of you for the overwhelming vote of confidence extended to me during the recent election. I reaffirm my promise that I will do my best to uphold your trust and faith in me. I respect this position and consider it an honor and privilege to serve the residents of West Long Branch.
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Big changes are quickly approaching for every single property owner in Monmouth County. Earlier this year, Governor Christie signed into law Senate Bill-1213 and Assembly-1591 (the “Act”) which taken together creates an “Assessment Demonstration Program” that will substantially change the property tax assessment and appeal process in New Jersey. The program modifies the timing of the appeal season and filing requirements so that assessment disputes are more likely to be settled prior to the filing of the final assessment list with the County Board of Taxation. The law proposed a ‘trial’ period for participating counties to allow for an alternative approach to the traditional assessment and appeal system practiced throughout the state. The goals of the Act are to achieve a more cost-effective and accurate property tax administration process. Monmouth County will be the first county to implement the Assessment Demonstration Program starting this year, 2013, to be effective for the 2014 tax year. By all accounts, Monmouth County is the standard bearer for the implementation of the new pilot program.
For Monmouth County and any other counties taking part in the pilot program, the law revises the relevant statutory dates for the assessment real property and for appealing those assessments, in the following ways:
• Notification of Assessment postcards must be sent by the municipality to property owners by November 15 of the pretax year, as opposed to the current deadline of February 1 of the tax year;
• Appeals of assessments to the county tax board must be filed by January 15 of the tax year, instead of the current April 1st deadline;
• If a municipality has undergone a municipal wide reassessment, Appeals of assessments to the county tax board must be filed by February 15 of the tax year, instead of the current May 1st deadline
• The deadline for filing appeals of assessments that exceed $1 million made directly to the Tax Court remains April 1 of the tax year.
The Act also grants a county tax board the power to compel a municipality within to implement a revaluation or reassessment of all real property within the municipality. If the municipality fails to complete the compelled revaluation or reassessment in a timely manner, the county tax board may contract for the revaluation or reassessment at the municipality’s cost.
It is important to note that property taxes and the tax rate are the result of the local budget process and may not be appealed. It is the municipality’s assessment on your property that is subject to appeal. A taxpayer considering an appeal should understand that they must prove their assessed value is unreasonable compared to actual market value of their property. By law, the municipality’s assessment is presumed to be correct. To be successful, this presumption of correctness must be overcome in order to achieve an assessment change.
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NOW YOU CAN PAY YOUR TAXES ONLINE!
Click here to view or pay your taxes.
JCP&L customers who use electrically operated life support equipment or depend on private well water can register their account with the company to get updates on potential interruptions to their electric service, such as weather-related outages.
JCP&L maintains a critical care list of customers who depend on electrically operated life support equipment. To be included on this list, every year customers must complete and submit an authorization form signed by their physician. The list is used to contact customers should an outage affect their electric service for more than 24 hours.
JCP&L also has a list of homes and businesses that depend on electrically operated private wells for water. These customers also are notified if a power outage is expected to affect their electric service for more than 24 hours, in which case they would be advised of locations where water and ice are available.
Both the critical care customer and private well customer lists are provided to county and municipal Offices of Emergency Management.
To receive additional information and register accounts for the programs call 1-800-662-3115.
DO NOT MIX BRUSH WITH LEAVES OR GRASS CLIPPINGS. Limbs, branches, & brush may be placed curbside for pick up. Items MAY NOT protrude into roadway more than 3 feet. Branches and limb diameters MAY NOT EXCEED 6". Tree stumps are NOT picked up by the Borough.