Asbury Park Resumes Issuing Special Events Permits

Asbury Park’s Special Events Department has resumed accepting Special Events Permit applications for events on public property, or private property that would require the use of city services. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the issuance of Special Events Permits had been suspended since March 31. Currently, per the Governor’s Executive Orders, indoor gatherings are limited […]

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New Path at City Beachfront

The much-anticipated reconstruction project at the north end of the Asbury Park boardwalk was celebrated June 26 with a ribbon cutting attended by city officials and master developer iStar. With a design that was years in the making, the new boardwalk on the north end includes 1,200 linear feet of straight wooden boardwalk measuring from […]

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Music Foundation Seeks Donations

The Asbury Park Music Foundation needs help to keep its music education programs going this summer via virtual and small in-person summer camps—and for the 2020-2021 school year. The curriculum is crucial for at-risk students from low-income families in Asbury Park and the surrounding area. These students are often on subsidized lunch programs in an […]

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Elks Reognized for Service

The Asbury Park-Wall Elks Lodge 128 was recognized by local officials Sat., June 13 in recognition of the lodge’s continued charitable support in Neptune and the surrounding area. “The lodge does so much for the community and they have certainly stepped up in its response to the Covid19 virus,” state Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling said. Houghtaling […]

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