Borough of Highlands, NJ
  40.40422oN by 73.990674oW

 
Public Notices
Proposed Captains Cove Redevelopment Plan (pdf)
Land Use Board October 4, 2018 Agenda (pdf)
Land Use Board Revised Meeting Dates (pdf)
Highlands Day Press Release (pdf)
Land Use Board Notice of Action (pdf)
Land Use Resolution - Arjika (pdf)
Land Use Board Resolution - Reso (pdf)
Special Meeting Notice 07.30.18 (pdf)
O-18-16 - PENDING - Amend Paradise Lane to Harbor Side Pointe Road (pdf)
O-18-15 - Capital Ordinance (pdf)
O-18-14 - Bond Ordinance Sewer Improvements (pdf)
DEP News Release: The Swimming Safety (pdf)
The Clining Jellyfish Advisory Expanded to Barnegat Bay (pdf)
Community Development Block Grant Meetings (pdf)
Community Development Block Grant Requirements (pdf)
Borough Council Special Meeting Notice June 11, 2018 (pdf)
Public Notice for Non-Fair Open - Res 18-091 Branins (pdf)
Public Notice - Monmouth Cty Mosquito Commission Information (pdf)
Public Notice of Ordinance 18-10 Intro (pdf)
Public Notice of Ordinance 18-08 Intro (pdf)
Public Notice of Non-Fair Open - Res 18-093 Heyer Gruel Assoc (pdf)
Public Notice for Ordinance 18-09 Intro (pdf)
Public Notice for Non-Fair Open - Res 18-089 CME Assoc (pdf)
Archived Public Notices


Tide Tables

Twin Lights Society

Email twinlightshistoricalsociety@gmail.com
Website www.twinlightslighthouse.com
Facebook Page:   www.facebook.com/twinlightshistoricalsociety

Light House Road
732-872-1814

The Twin Lights Historical Society is dedicated to preserving New Jersey's foremost lighthouse and museum. The lighthouse, historically known as the Navesink Light Attendants Station, is now a National Historic Landmark.

The mission of the society is to engage the public and foster a broader understanding of the historical role played by the Twin Lights in Maritime navigation and wireless communication. 

 The Twin Lights are situated 250 feet above sea level in Highlands, New Jersey. They overlook the Shrewsbury River, Sandy Hook, Raritan Bay, New York skyline and the Atlantic Ocean.

Twin Lights have been used as an aid to navigation over the coastal waters of NJ since 1828. The light station served as the primary lighthouse for New York Harbor and was known as the best and the brightest light in North America.