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Welcome to Red Bank
Situated on the banks of Monmouth County's beautiful Navesink River, the Borough of Red Bank has an area of 1.75 square miles and is approximately five miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean. As of the 2000 census Red Bank's population was 11,844. Formerly part of Shrewsbury Township, Red Bank was officially incorporated in 1908 and takes its name from the clay banks of the river that serves as one of its borders.

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A Municipal Service Request is a form-based request for service that is automatically sent to the appropriate borough department that the website-registered public may submit via the borough website.

A Municipal Service Request may include a citizen’s request for the repair or installation of safety features on borough-owned public property, such as playground equipment or park lighting, or quality of life issues including recycling pickup, snow removal, the discovery of a pothole, or suspected code violations.

You can submit requests for the following issue types:
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Important Notices
Police Dept. warns of phone scam asking for payment of utilities and other bills through "Green Dot MoneyPak Cards." JCP&L has confirmed that this is not one of their accepted methods of payment. Anyone contacted by one of these fraudulent phone calls should report it to the Red Bank Police Department at 732-530-2700.
Operation Take Back” will take place on Saturday, September 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Police Headquarters, 90 Monmouth Street. Residents will have the opportunity to bring in unused, unwanted, and expired medications. The Red Bank Environmental Commission urges residents to take advantage of this program to help keep improperly disposed of pharmaceuticals from adversely affecting our environment.
The Red Bank Environmental Commission will lead a tour on September 27 that will highlight beautiful gardens and eco-living in Red Bank.
Concerts planned in Drs. Parker Blvd/Shrewsbury Ave pocket park on Fridays in September. Series honors Count Basie's birthday and music legacy.
Prescription medications should not be thrown into the trash or flushed. Attached is a list of websites that offer information on the proper disposal that will help us keep these medications from adversely affecting our environment.
Due to severe weather, the Dog Days of Summer Event was postponed from Tues., July 15 to Tues., July 22. Join people and their pups on Monmouth Street from 6 to 9 pm.
Community Calendar
Court is in session on Thursdays starting at 8:30 a.m.
The Galleria Red Bank Farmers Market offers fresh, locally-grown produce from some of New Jersey's finest farmers and also showcases unique crafts a
Regular Meeting of the Red Bank Planning Board.  End times varies.
Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council held in the First Floor Council Chambers.  End time varies.
Court is in session on Thursdays starting at 8:30 a.m.
The Galleria Red Bank Farmers Market offers fresh, locally-grown produce from some of New Jersey's finest farmers and also showcases unique crafts a
Meetings held in the Council Chambers. Ending times vary.
Court is in session on Thursdays starting at 8:30 a.m.
Meetings held in the Council Chambers. Ending times vary.
Red Bank News
Monmouth County has received funding from FEMA to update its 2009 Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan....
The Borough of Red Bank is requesting proposals for PC Installation Services, RFP #2014-19...
The residents of Red Bank have lost a life-long happy and dedicated volunteer and friend....
Statement of Mayor Pasquale Menna on Resignation of Red Bank Superintendant of Schools Dr. Laura Morana...