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

Dog and Cat Licenses

January is dog licensing month; July is cat licensing month. The instructions for renewing your dog/cat license are listed below.

  1. State Statute requires that all dogs/cats be licensed and have a current tag affixed to collar or harness. All dogs/cats 6 months or older must be licensed.
  2. All dog licenses expire on December 31 each year. All cat licenses expire on June 30. Failure to renew dog/cat license may result in a court appearance.
  3. Check rabies information.  State Statute requires that any rabies vaccine that expires before November 1 st  for dogs, or before May 1 st  for cats of the licensing year will require an updated vaccine prior to the issuance of a new license.  If there has been any change since the last billing, be sure to enclose the required rabies certificate, which will be returned.
  4. Check neuter status. If you have not already qualified for a reduced license fee, you may do so only by enclosing a spay/neuter certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian.
  5. License must be issued in the name of an adult member of the household.
  6. FREE RABIES CLINIC  – held usually in November. Please call the office at (732) 872-1224 for information.
  7. If your pet has passed or no longer lives in the borough of Highlands, please notify us. There is a check box on the back of renewal notice for this purpose.

Please come to borough hall at 42 Shore Drive to fill out a form or you can  download a form  from this website. Spayed/Neutered dog/cat licenses are $18.00.  Non-Spayed/Neutered dog/cat licenses are $21.00. Cash or check payment is accepted.  Please make your check payable to “Borough of Highlands," and mail to PET LICENSING, Borough of Highlands, 42 Shore Drive, Highlands, NJ 07732.