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View the Bids Postings.
Read our guide about opening a business (PDF).
Contact the Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce for help with marketing your business.
Contact the Planning and Redevelopment Department regarding new construction or additions.
Visit Film and Photo Permits.
Read about the Urban Enterprise Zone.
See information on garbage, recycling, bulk waste and more.
Yes, New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™ (NJCEP) and New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) can help you reduce your energy usage and lower your operating costs. The Direct Install program from NJCEP can pay up to 70% of your retrofit costs and you can finance the 30% balance at 0% APR through NJNG’s On-Bill Repayment Program. Email Jerry Ryan, operations manager at New Jersey Natural Gas, or call him at 732-378-4920 to get started.
Use the Report a Concern tool to submit your problem or issue to the City.
Call the Department of Public Works at 732-775-0900.
Call the Department of Public Works at 732-775-0900, and see garbage and recycling pickup schedules and rules.
Call Jersey Central Power and Light (JCP&L) at 800-662-3115, or visit Jersey Central Power and Light.
Call the Asbury Park Police's non-emergency line at 732-774-1300. For all emergencies call 911.
Call the Department of Code Enforcement at 732-502-5742.
Call the Tax and Sewer Collections Office at 732-502-5706. You can also pay your tax or sewer utility bill online.
You can pay parking tickets online via New Jersey Municipal Courts (NJMC) direct.
Call Social Services at 732-502-4529. See more information on the Social Services department and programs.
For home improvement funding, please call the RCA Program at 732-502-4580.
See the special events calendar. Sign up for the weekly email newsletter with events, music, art, and more in Asbury Park.
For information on senior citizen services, please call the Asbury Park Senior Center at 732-988-5252. Learn more about the Senior Center and see a monthly calendar of events and news at the Senior Center page.
Call the Recreation Department at 732-502-5759 for information about summer camps and recreation programming for kids.
To apply for a committee, or to get further information, call the City Clerk at 732-502-5721. You can download a Volunteer Application form (PDF).
You can watch Asbury Park's cable access news channel APTV on Verizon channel 30 and Cablevision channel 77. Visit APTV online.
View the municipal calendars for upcoming board, committee, and City Council meeting information.
Contact the Beach Utility at 732-502-8863 for further information.
For information on Asbury schools, call the Asbury Park School System at 732-776-2606, and visit the Asbury Park School District website.
For information about Asbury businesses, call the Chamber of Commerce at 732-775-7676, and visit the Chamber website.
You must ride in the same direction as cars. A bicyclist has the same rights and duties as motorists, including stopping at red lights and stop signs.
Many streets in Asbury Park are narrow and may not provide enough space for a motor vehicle to safely pass a bicycle. On these narrower streets, a bicyclist can actually “take the lane”, i.e, position themselves at or near the center of the lane. In this way, motorists will see you and not be invited to unsafely squeeze by in the same lane.