NEWS & NOTICES
Lunch and Learn: Breast Health More Important as We Age!
JOIN US FOR THE FALL 2016 OCEAN SWEEP! Biannually, the Borough, in cooperation with the Clean Ocean Act, conducts an Ocean Sweep. On Saturday, October 22 from 9 am to noon, all participants will be requested to walk the beach and collect plastic bags and any other debris that may have floated ashore. If you are interested in helping us preserve our beaches for future generations, please meet at the Longport Beach Patrol Headquarters on Saturday, Oct 22, at 9 am and you will be given a pair of gloves, a paper bag to place your items in and a collection data sheet. SHIRTS WILL BE GIVEN OUT TO ALL PARTICIPANTS (while supplies last).
Recycling Collection Change:
Please note that beginning September 19, 2016, recycling will be collected every other week. Recycling will be collected on September 19th and the next scheduled collection will be October 3rd. Please have all material out for collection by 7 am. For more information, please visit www.acua.com.
Carbon Monoxide Still a Risk in Summer
Comcast Newsmakers taping at Stockton University on 5/25/16 - Longport's Farmers Market
South Jersey Gas Construction Work Issues
Captain Jim Turner Memorial Ocean Swim
Click HERE to watch Comcast Newsmakers Interview with Mayor Russo on the use of UV- Bracelets.
Longport’s newsletter is now available online. Please click here for the Summer 2016 edition.
School Board Referendum
AN ORDINANCE CREATING CHAPTER 107-CARRY OUT BAG USAGE REDUCTION IN THE BOROUGH OF LONGPORT OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF LONGPORT ATLANTIC COUNTY NEW JERSEY
Click here for a video where Jill Horner speaks with Nicholas Russo, Mayor from Longport, about the Plastic Bag Ordinance.
Longport now has a medical prescription drop off box for no longer needed or expired prescriptions. Please click here for more information.
Bulky Rigid Plastics Collection
Sustainable Longport Press Information
Longport Navy SEAL Challenge - 2015
Mayor Russo Encourages the Use of Cloth Bags
2014 Township Salary Information
NEW STREETLIGHT REPORTING SYSTEM
Shorefront Protection Project
Project Partnership Agreement between the Department of the Army and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection - Hurricane and Storm Damage Reduction Project
New Regulations Allowing Municipalities to Maintain Height of Dune to Original Construction Height
Need NJ Beach information - check out www.njbeaches.org