Welcome to the official website of the
Borough of Surf City, New Jersey
on beautiful Long Beach Island

813 Long Beach Boulevard, Surf City, NJ  08008


(609) 494-3064 - Borough Clerk and general inquiries
(609) 494-2400 - Tax, Water/Sewer & Finance
(609) 494-8121 - Police (non-emergency business)
  Call 9-1-1 for police, fire and medical emergencies  

Click here to visit the Borough's official Facebook page.

Click here to visit the Surf City Police Department's Facebook page.
Surf City Police will post storm updates on their Facebook page.

Borough Officials & Important Notices

Governing Body
Francis R. Hodgson, Sr., Mayor
John H. Klose, President of Council
John G. Hadash III, Councilman
Peter M. Hartney, Councilman
William D. Hodgson, Councilman
James B. Russell, Councilman
Jackie Siciliano, Councilwoman


Leonard T. Connors, Jr., Mayor Emeritus

Congratulations and best wishes are extended to Mayor Connors
upon his retirement after serving 50 years as Mayor of Surf City!



Other Officials
Mary P. Madonna, Borough Clerk/Administrator
  Michael P. Gross, Chief Financial Officer
  Linda Eliason-Ash, Tax Collector
Walter Higgins, Tax Assessor
William Z. Collins III, Chief of Police
James B. Liguori, Municipal Court Judge
Constance Motter, Court Administrator
Thomas Hudson, Superintendent of Public Works

Professionals
Christopher J. Connors, Borough Attorney
  Kevin Frenia, Borough Auditor
 Frank Little, Borough Engineer


The Surf City Water Department will be flushing fire hydrants from
Monday, April 18 through Friday, April 22. Residents may experience
low water pressure and/or discoloration of your water while the hydrants
in your area of town are being flushed. Normal pressure should return soon.
Run your faucets for a short period to flush the discolored water from your lines.


Surf City provided a guarded beach after Labor Day up through September 13, 2015.

ALL BEACHES ARE NOW UNPROTECTED!

YOU SHOULD NOT SWIM WITHOUT A LIFEGUARD PRESENT!
 


NOTICE FROM THE TAX ASSESSOR

Added assessment bills have been recently sent out. Many of the added assessments indicate
Storm Repair as the reason for the added. The actual cause of many of the Storm Repair added
assessments is the removal of a State-authorized storm code that was applied to your improvement
after Sandy. Removal of this code brings your improvement assessment back to the level it was
prior to Sandy. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact Walter R. Higgins, Jr., Assessor, at 609-494-3554 on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm.


Councilman Peter Hartney has set up an e-mail account to answer your questions

concerning Surf City. Address your questions to : scbeaches@comcast.net.

For the current Surf City Beach Replenishment Schedule, click here.
For Hurricane Sandy and FEMA information, go to the "Other Information" page.
Click here for a recent press release from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Click here for a PUBLIC NOTICE containing important Flood Information.

 



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