1. Council Meeting 10-28-20
  2. Fall 2020 Newsletter

    City of Asbury Park Fall 2020 Newsletter

    Check out the Fall 2020 Newsletter and stay up-to-date on the latest from the City of Asbury Park. Read on...
  3. Sunset Lake Clean Up 10-31-20(1)
  4. Business Committee Halloween Event 10-31-20

    AP Business Committee Jack O'Lantern Festival Friday 10/30/20 from 7-9pm

    Join the AP Business Committee for this fun and free family event in Kennedy Park. Friday, 10/30 from 7-9pm. Read on...
  5. City Halloween Event 10-31-20

    City of Asbury Park Trick or Treat Walk/Drive Thru Event Saturday 10/31/20 from 1-3pm

    Celebrate Halloween with the City of Asbury Park and the Asbury Park Police Department! Read on...
  6. Roundabout Sample

    City of Asbury Park Announces Design of Traffic Calming Measures for 3rd and 4th Avenues to Begin

    The City of Asbury Park has been authorized by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) to begin design work on traffic calming measures for 3rd and 4th Avenues. Read on...
  7. Photo with Voting Info from Monmouth County

    Monmouth County Voting Information

    Important information from the Monmouth County Clerk regarding the 2020 General Election. Read on...
  8. Leaf Collection 2020

    City of Asbury Park Leaf Collection Program Starts 10/15/20

    The City of Asbury Park’s free 11-week fall leaf-collection program starts on Thursday, 10/15/20, and will run through 12/31/20 Read on...
  9. MeetTheMayorFINAL

    Meet the Mayor! Every Friday 2-4pm.

    Meet one-on-one with City of Asbury Park Mayor John Moor to share your thoughts and concerns, and provide feedback on City services. Read on...
  10. COVID Testing Sites Flyer Asbury Park NEWEST DATES

    **FREE** Covid-19 Testing for the Asbury Park Community - Additional Dates Added

    Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and The Grunin Foundation have partnered to bring FREE Covid-19 testing to Asbury Park. Read on...
  11. AP Take the Census

    You Can Help Make Sure Our Community Receives the Resources We Need – Take the 2020 Census

    On April 1, 2020, United States residents will participate in a nationwide Census count which determines how the federal government distributes over $675 billion in funding to states and municipalities each year. Read on...