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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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The plan includes a hazard mitigation strategy which is designed to reduce and eliminate risks to people and property from natural hazard events. In addition, it identifies an area's vulnerability to the effects of natural hazards and the goals, objectives and actions required to minimize future loss.
In 2013 the Assessment Demonstration Program, (P.L. 2013, c. 15) was signed into law. Monmouth county was one of the first Counties to accept the challenges of this new cost saving program. The Assessors of Monmouth County’s 53 municipalities, working in conjunction with the Monmouth County Board of Taxation, will implement the 2nd year of the program for the Tax Year 2015. While there are several components of the Assessment Demonstration Program, the overarching goal is to annually provide more accurate assessments at a reduced cost to the taxpayer.
There are NO documented cases of the Ebola Virus in the State of New Jersey and there is very low risk of anyone in our area contracting it. Attached is a list of frequently asked questions received from the NJ State Department of Health.
Route 35/Broad Street intersection to be closed Fri. 10/24 at 10pm through Tues. 10/28 at 7am due to NJTransit track work. Expect delays, plan alternate route.
The Borough of Red Bank’s online Tax sale will be held on Monday, October 27,2014, at 8 AM. For more information please visit https://redbank....
The Monmouth County Regional Health Commission is offering free rabies vaccination clinics for dogs and cats.  Monmouth County residents may go...
Community Calendar
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 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
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 time varies.
Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council held in the First Floor Council Chambers.  End time varies.
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...