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Veterans Affairs 5 :30 –6 pm
Economic Development 7 :30 –8 pm
Fire Prevention 8 –8 :30 pm
Historical Committee 8 –8 :30 pm
Board of Health 6 –10 pm
Transportation Committee 7 :30 –8 pm
Zoning Board 7 :30 –8 pm
Special Needs Council 7 –7 :30 pm
Teen Leadership 7 –8 pm
MAC 8 –8 :30 pm
Veterans Affairs 5 :30 –6 pm
Rec Advisory Board 7 :30 –8 pm
Environmental Commission 7 :30 –8 pm
Shade Tree 7 :30 –8 pm
Planning Board 7 :30 –8 pm
Economic Development 7 :30 –8 pm
Green Team 10 :30 –11 pm
MAC 7 –7 :30 pm
Community Alliance 7 –8 :30 pm
Veterans Affairs 5 :30 –6 pm
Fire Prevention 8 –8 :30 pm
Transportation Committee 7 :30 –8 pm
Board of Health 8 –10 pm
Planning Board 7 :30 –8 pm
January 08, 2020

Please see the latest letter sent today ( 2-13-2020) to the State Department of Community Affairs (DCA) regarding the fatal accident last night on Route 33. 



On behalf of Deputy Mayor Susan Cohen and the Manalapan Township Committee, we would like to provide you with the following update on the Manalapan (Marion) Manor Facility.

The Township Committee recently passed a resolution urging the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs to revoke the residential health care facility license of Manalapan (Marion) Manor.  A copy of the resolution is attached below.

As you are aware, the negligent and improper operations of this facility were provided to the Governor in a detailed letter, which is attached to this resolution.  We believe that numerous violations of applicable regulations still exist, which have resulted in most of the facility’s residents being relocated to other facilities or admitted to hospitals for appropriate care.  The Township does not believe the owner of the facility is capable or willing to operate a quality facility in accordance with applicable regulations for the benefit of the citizens who reside there.  That is why we strongly urge the NJ Department of Community Affairs to revoke their license.


January 22, 2020

Tax Payment Reminder:

First Quarter taxes are due February 1, 2020.  As per NJSA 54:4-67, the Township of Manalapan permits a 10-day grace period. 

Payments must be received by 4:00 p.m. on February 10th to be considered on time

Payments received in our office or left in the drop box after 4:00 p.m. on February 10th will accrue interest charges calculated from the original due date of February 1st.

There is a tax payment drop box on the Tax Collector’s office door which is available for one week prior to the due date through February 6, 2020, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  On Fridays, the box will be available until 4:30 p.m. 


The Tax Collector’s office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Payments left in the drop box after 4:00 p.m. will be considered received as of the next business day.

The Office will have extended hours on Thursday, February 6th from 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Residents can view and/or pay taxes, print a copy of the current tax bill and calculate interest to a future date online at  Please visit the Tax Collector's page and follow the link.

January 31, 2020

The Township has been alerted to a Consumer Product Safety Commission recall for a children’s tricycle sold on Amazon.  Lead content was found to be above acceptable levels for products sold in the US.  Below is a link that will lead you to the recall notice.  Please check and follow the necessary steps to return the item.  

February 04, 2020

Mayor Jack McNaboe Announces Scholarship Opportunity
Applications & Essays due March 11th

The Louis Bay 2nd Future Municipal Leaders Scholarship Competition is open to High School Juniors and Seniors who live in Manalapan Township.  Students are invited to submit essays about their local government for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship! 

The scholarship is offered through a joint venture between local mayors and the New Jersey League of Municipalities.  The contest is open to any High School Junior or Senior who lives in Manalapan.  Each student must write an approximately 500-word essay on the theme, "What My Municipal Government Does Best."  The essay should be based on the student's perceptions and experiences with Manalapan Township local government.  The essay should consider the public contributions of the Mayor and Township Committee.

Mayor Jack McNaboe hopes that our students will take full advantage of the annual Louis Bay 2nd Future Municipal Leaders Scholarship Competition, not only to gain a better understanding of public service through local government, but also to enjoy the opportunity of earning a $1,000 scholarship.

All essays must be received by March 11, 2020.  Manalapan will select one essay to forward to the League of Municipalities in Trenton as a semi-finalist.  The League of Municipalities will then choose fifteen finalists and three scholarship winners.  Winning essays will be featured in the New Jersey Municipalities Magazine.  Scholarship participants will be recognized at a future Township Committee Meeting.

Applications are available below, and in the Mayor's office, located at 120 Freehold Road, Manalapan, NJ.

Please return all applications to:

Mayors Scholarship Contest
Mayor Jack McNaboe
120 Route 522
Manalapan, NJ 07726

or email




February 04, 2020

Paper Shredding Event
Saturday, April 25, 2020
Franklin Lane Commuter Lot
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Manalapan Township will be holding a paper shredding event for the residents of Manalapan.
The event will be on Saturday, April 25, 2020 at the Franklin Lane Commuter Lot.

From 9:00 am - 1:00 pm or until the truck is full.

This is a free service for Manalapan Residents only.  ID's will be checked.

It is time for you to dispose of old documents and confidential files safely.  Come to our mobile paper shredding event! Bring all old documents and confidential papers.
Don't become a target for identity theft.

All papers will be shredded on location (Franklin Lane Commuter Lot) in the mobile truck!
The lot is located parallel with Route 9 North and is in the vicinity of the Gordon's Corner Road and Route 9 Intersection.  Right behind the Gordon's Corner Road bus stop.

Remove all metals and binder clips from paper.  No more than 100lbs of paper-approximately 4 boxes per person.  This is a free service paid for with the State Recycling Grant.

Any questions please call 732-446-8404


February 16, 2020

A message from Mayor Jack McNaboe & the Manalapan Township Committee

It has come to our attention that our residents are getting the advertisement below.

We can assure you that this has nothing to do with Manalapan and there is no issue with our water.

This company is not associated with Manalapan Township in any way.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused.

Water Notice 

Sorry we missed you notice

March 22, 2020

On Sunday, March 22, 2020, the Manalapan Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee is hosting a Lionel train show at the Manalapan Community Center, located at 114 Route 33 West, Manalapan, right after the Peking Pavilion. 


Bring your children to enjoy the interesting displays!

**Donations collected at the door will help veterans in our community**

To learn more about our Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee visit our website:

For more information, please contact Jack McNaboe, Township Committee Liaison, 732-439-4484 or Ernie DiOrio, MVAAC Chairman, 732-245-5552