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)



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Community of Hope

communityofhopehighlands@gmail.com

732-291-0485

The Highlands Community of Hope is a community development project with a vision that sees the Borough of Highlands as a community of opportunity, prosperity and wholeness.  Our mission is to build a coalition of community individuals and groups that partner together to create programs and activities fostering a healthy community.

The community projects are resourced by the people of the United Methodist Church of Atlantic Highlands and Navesink. They are working with A Future With Hope and The United Methodist Church of Greater NJ. 

The COH has met with council members, school leaders, business people, government workers and residents to listen to their needs and concerns and focused our work accordingly.   We invite you to join our efforts in providing highlands residents with programs, tools, activities, and support. 

Currently, we are working in three areas. Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Flood Buddies and Community involvement. 

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Jerry Hoy, Lead Coordinator

Neighbors Helping Neighbors offers you the extra set of hands to help you with your home and property needs. We work with volunteers of our community who emulate the strength and generosity of Neighbors helping Neighbors. Please join us as we work together to strengthen our community. 

Flood Buddies  Jo-Anne Olszewski, Lead Coordinator

Flood Buddies, a new program in the planning stages, would begin by linking Highlands residents (Driver Buddies) who live outside flood zones with Highlands residents in flood zones (Need a Lift Buddies) who have an urgent need to relocate their cars during flooding episodes AND get back to their houses in downtown Highlands. Once the flood danger has passed, a ride back to their cars would be provided by the Driver Buddy. Buddies would be paired early on, and have the opportunity to meet at a social affair(s) planned by Community of Hope. Early meetings would help solve short-term flood parking issues and foster new friendships for those who live in a variety of areas of Highlands.   Sign up by clicking HERE

Community Involvement  Jan Flood, Lead Coordinator 

A partnership with the Bayshore Family Success Center of the YMCA offers family support and activities. Our current involvement includes establishing homework centers.