Bay Head & Mantoloking Today – Events, Market, Aerial Views
All is well here in Bay Head and Mantoloking, as the snow starts to fall from the first winter storm of Spring! We hope that you’re safe and warm wherever you may be. Depending on who you believe, 6 to 12 inches of snow is the prediction for our area! Note that the Bay Head and Mantoloking borough halls are closed today due to the weather (3/21).
Because of the wind, my voice may be hard to understand, but the caption above sums things up!
Bay Head recently passed a resolution requiring that all houses be indentified by house numbers at least 3″ high, located on the house, or on a small sign in the front yard, at least 3 feet above the ground. The goal is to make sure that emergency responders and other can easily identify a house if needed. Hopefully the town will publish the full resolution soon. Clean Ocean Action’s Beach Sweeps are scheduled for April 21st at 9:00AM. Bay Head’s gathering point is the Beach House Classic Board Shop, and registration and details can be found here.
In Mantoloking, the summer garbage/recycling schedule resumes on April 2nd – “Starting April 2nd through September 28, 2018 Republic Services will be picking up garbage twice a week (Monday and Thursday), Recycling (Wednesday). Bulk pickup will be the 4th Thursday of each month.” You may also find the New Jersey Wastewise Bulletin useful.
Ocean County has published their 2018 Household Hazardous waste Disposal Schedule as well. You can find it here.
Subject to the limits imposed by weather, beach replenishment activity continues in Mantoloking, and work remains scheduled for Bay Head sometime this summer. Currently, the dredges have taken shelter from the storm, and all equipment has been moved to the top of the sune for safety reasons. The latest schedule, closures, and other information for both towns can be found here. If you have more specific questions, please ask, and we will get the answers for you. You can see some recent aerial views of Bay Head (video and still) here, and a slideshow of beach replenishment activity in Mantoloking below.
You can also see an aerial flyby of the “new” beach in Mantoloking, from Herbert Street north, taken this week.
Community Easter Egg Hunt – March 31st, 9:00AM – Centennial Park – sponsored by St. Paul’s Church
Bay Head Council Meeting – April 2nd, 7:00PM
Mantoloking Planning Board Meeting – April 5th, 6:30PM
Bay Head Planning Board Meeting – April 18th, 7:30PM
Clean Ocean Action Beach Sweeps – April 21st, 9:00AM – details
Mantoloking Council Meeting – April 24th, 5:30PM (Agenda setting meeting is 4/17, same time and location)
15th Annual Bay Head 5K Memory Run – Saturday, May 19th, 8:30AM – details
There has been a lot of activity in the Bay Head and Mantoloking market recently, with a number of new listings, and a number of homes currently under contract. We are happy to share the news that we have a number of transactions closing soon!
As of this email, there are 26 homes for sale in Bay Head, and 22 homes for sale in Mantoloking. There are 13 parcels of land for sale in the two towns combined. There are currently 8 properties under contractin Bay Head and Mantoloking, and we and/or our company are involved in 5 of these transactions. As always, our listings can be found on our website, along with a wide variety of other information.
If you have a question for us on any topic, or would like to discuss details of your particular needs with us, please let us know – you can give us a call (732-691-4477) or reply to this email. We would be happy to meet with you or schedule a phone call as well. All conservations are confidential.
Thank you, be well, and we hope that Spring arrives soon!
Ed & Suzie