Borough of Highlands, NJ
  40.40422oN by 73.990674oE

Public Notices
O-17-05 - Notice of Introduction (pdf)
O-17-04 - Notice of Introduction (pdf)
Notice of Adoption - ORD 17-03 - Various Cap. Improvs (pdf)
Notice of Adoption - O-17-02 (pdf)
O-17-03 Capital Ordinance - Various Cap. Improvs. - 1_2017 - Highlands-c (pdf)
O-17-02 - Green Team Advisory Committee (pdf)
Legal Notice of Initiation of Declaratory Judgment Action (00009755xE471A) (pdf)
R-16-236 - Payment of Bills 12-21 (pdf)
R-16-237 - 2018 Highlands Resolution Form 1B (pdf)
R-16-238 - Dedication By Rider (pdf)
R-16-239 - Approving HBP 2017 Events Calendar-1 (pdf)
R-16-240 - Resignation of Louis Bader (pdf)
2016 Master Plan Reexamination Report 12-9-16 (pdf)
ADOPT - O-16-24 (pdf)
ADOPT - O-16-23 (pdf)
INTRO - O-16-28 - New Lease Agreement with the Baymens Protective Association (pdf)
INTRO - O-16-27 - Ordinance increasing liquor license fees (pdf)
INTRO - O-16-26 - Towing Ordinance in final form (pdf)
INTRO - O-16-25 - Permitted Parking at Public Parks in the Borough (pdf)
INTRO - O-16-24 (pdf)
INTRO - O-16-23 (pdf)
2016-10-05 O-16-22 - Capital Ordinance - Various Improvements (pdf)
2016-10-05 O-16-21 - Capital Imrpovements - Various (pdf)
2016-10-05 O-16-20 - Raffle Licenses (pdf)
2016-09-07 O-16-19 Direct Deposit (pdf)
2016-09-07 O-16-18 Open Space (pdf)
2016 FY Highlands Adopted Budget (pdf)
Highlands Borough Council - Meeting Date Change (pdf)
Nominating Petition (pdf)
Election Notice (pdf)
August 15, 2016 - Body Worn Cameras Notification (pdf)

Tide Tables

Green Team

Sustainable Jersey Certified Community

Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7pm, Community Center.

Did you know that Highlands is one of only 198 New Jersey towns that are Sustainable Jersey certified?

Across New Jersey, hundreds of towns are now working on sustainability programs to help the environment and their bottom lines. Efforts to curb carbon emissions, protect natural resources and reduce waste are happening at the local level. Through the voluntary program, communities are implementing solar power and wind turbine projects, rain capture and reuse efforts, new walking and biking programs, building and operating community food gardens, launching community outreach programs on recycling and energy, and dozens of other initiatives.

To become Sustainable Jersey certified, Highlands had to complete a balance of the rigorous program sustainability actions . In addition, Highlands created a Green Team and did 15 actions across 10 categories: Pledge Supporting NJ Wildlife Action Plan, Create Green Team, Climate Adaptation: Flooding Risk, Farmers Markets, Making Farmers Markets Accessible, Green Building Policy/Resolution, Building Healthier Communities, Sustainable Land Use Pledge, Buy Local Campaign, Support Local Businesses, Environmental Commission, Open Space Plans, Water Conservation Education Program, Tree Protection Ordinance, Recycling Depot.

All that effort paid off! Highlands achieved Sustainable Jersey certification at the Bronze level in program year 2016. We were awarded a plaque at the Sustainable Jersey Luncheon at the New Jersey League of Municipalities on November 15, 2016. Pictured below are the presenters: Richard Dovey, Chairperson, Sustainable Jersey Board of Trustees; Donna Drewes, Co-Director, Sustainable Jersey; Randall Solomon, Co-Director, Sustainable Jersey; John J. Meehan, Area Manager, Jersey Central Power & Light Company; Carolyn Broullon, Council President, Highlands.

To get involved with the Highlands Green Team and sustainability initiatives, contact Carolyn Broullon at To participate in Sustainable Jersey free workshops and events held across the state, visit .

Sustainable Jersey is a nonprofit organization that provides tools, training and financial incentives to support communities as they pursue sustainability programs.  By supporting community efforts to reduce waste, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and improve environmental equity, Sustainable Jersey is empowering communities to build a better world for future generations. To find out more information about the grants and other programs from Sustainable Jersey click here .

This Committe has members representing various departments and resident members.  Members are appointed by the Governing Body. All appointments are for 1 year and members  will serve until their respective successors are appointed and qualified.  All meetings are open to the public.

Our 2017 members are as follows:

1. Joe Mista - Public Works
2. Nancy Burton - Recycling
3. Steve Szulecki - Environmental
4. Jen Strel - Recreation
5. Ken Braswell - Land Use Board
6. Carla Cefalo - HBP Representative
7. Rosemary Ryan - School Board
8. Brian Geoghegan - Business Administrator
9. Carolyn Broullon - Council Liaison
10. Rick O'Neil - Mayor
11. Scott Keller - Adult Resident
12. Linda Ziemba - Adult Resident