Welcome to the Borough Clerk's Office. The Borough Clerk is a statutory position with many responsibilities. Some of the core duties include: preparing and maintaining all agendas, ordinances, resolutions, and minutes for the Governing Body, attendance of all meetings of the Governing Body, acting as the Administrative Officer for all elections held in the Borough, issuing certain licenses/permits and as the liasion to the Governing Body.
At a Glace Information for Couples Planning to Marry: /borough-clerk/files/information
Marriage/Re-Marriage/Civil Union License Application: /borough-clerk/files/marriage-application
Marriage Application Instructions and Requirements: /borough-clerk/files/marriage-application-0
Certified Copies Instructions and Requirements: /borough-clerk/files/certified-copy-request
Request for a Certified Copy of a Vital Record: /borough-clerk/files/request-vital-record
Who Can Perform a Marriage or Civil Union Ceremony?
Each judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, each judge of a federal district court, United States magistrate, judge of a municipal court, judge of the Superior Court, judge of a tax court, retired judge of the Superior Court or Tax Court, or judge of the Superior Court or Tax Court, the former County Court, the former County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, or the former County District Court who has resigned in good standing, surrogate of any county, county clerk and any mayor or the deputy mayor when authorized by the mayor, or chairman of any township committee or village president of this State, and every minister of every religion, are hereby authorized to solemnize marriages or civil unions between such persons as may lawfully enter into the matrimonial relation or civil union; and every religious society, institution or organization in this State may join together in marriage or civil union such persons according to the rules and customs of the society, institution or organization.
As per state statute N.J.S.A 4:19-5.1 et seq. all dogs in the State of New Jersey must be licensed. The licensing year shall run from January 31 of the year of issuance to January 31 of the following year.” As such, the rabies vaccination, as per state statute must be valid through October 31, of the current licensing year.
If your rabies expires before October 31, 2022, you will need to get your dog re-vaccinated or have your veterinarian provide a letter of exemption. Unfortunately, New Jersey State Law does not allow us to make any exceptions. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your anticipated cooperation.
Dog licenses are to be renewed every year by January 31.
2022 Dog License Application
The fees are $12.00 (twelve dollars) for spayed or neutered dogs and $15.00 (fifteen dollars) for non-spayed/neutered dogs. If payment is received after January 31, there is a late fee of $5.00 (five dollars) per dog. Renewal applications are mailed in December every year.
Free Rabies Immunization Clinics: https://monmouthcountyspca.org/
To report feral animals please contact the Monmouth County SPCA. Please note that the Monmouth County SPCA does not capture or contain cats; they will come to pick up cats that have been previously trapped. For contact information please visit the link to the Monmouth County SPCA website. To report a dead animal on a public street, please contact the Sea Girt Department of Public Works at 732-449-6463.
The Clerk's Office maintains all food licenses. No person shall operate a retail food establishment without a license from The Sea Girt Borough. A retail food establishment shall include any fixed, mobile, or temporary operation where food is served, handled, or provided to the public, whether for a charge or not.
The Borough contracts with the Monmouth County Regional Health Commission located at 150 East Main Street, Freehold, NJ 07728. The telephone number is (732) 431-7456.
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