Lake Como Inspections for 2022:
The Borough of Lake Como is under contract with Realty Data Systems (RDS) to inspect a designated portion of all properties located in the Borough each year.
These inspections enable the Borough to maintain accurate property records used to complete annual reassessments, which are a critical component in the fair distribution of taxes.
A notification was mailed to all property owners subject to an inspection this year, which contained instructions for contacting RDS to complete a “remote virtual” (RV) interior inspection which requires no entry.
The RV is user-friendly, requires no app downloads and can be completed by calling (732) 719-2265 from your smart phone at any time between 9am and 5pm, Monday-Friday (no appointments required). Please make sure you are at your property when calling.
Inspectors will also visit your property to conduct a full exterior (front and rear) inspection which includes photographs.
During that visit, an interior walkthrough will be offered (if an RV has not previously been completed), and you will again receive printed instructions for completing an RV if that is your preference. If an adult is present during a visit, but decline an interior inspection, the inspectors will not return to your property, but you can call still call to complete a virtual inspection for a limited period.
A door hanger containing those instructions will be left at each property for which an owner/occupant is not present.
During walkthroughs inspectors will respect social-distancing and wear masks when inside any property.
Property visits will take place between 9am and dusk, Monday-Saturday, and all personnel will carry photo ID. Our office and the Police Dept. possess all inspector background and other pertinent information.
If for any reason you would like to refuse an interior inspection, please visit www.rdsnj.com, click “INSPECTIONS” and select the REFUSAL FORM.
Please note that if an interior inspection is not completed, my office may need to make estimates that could result in an inaccurate property record or tax assessment, and Monmouth County may limit your rights during any assessment appeal.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation
Master Plan Reexamination from the Planning Board
Water Quality Report
The 2022 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is now available.
Please click HERE for more information.
As per Borough Ordinance, construction on the weekends
may not begin prior to 9:00am.
Violation of this ordinance will result in fines.
Click here for an update on the Monmouth Ocean Area Energy Cooperative Energy Aggregation Program
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE MOST UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ON THE ONGOING COVID19 OUTBREAK
Community Policing Belmar/Lake Como 2019
The Borough of Belmar Police Department Community Policing Program has launched a new program that will include a more active role for our residents. We anticipate that this new platform will create more community involvement and enhance police officer relations,. By working together, we will address the quality of life issues and uphold order maintenance within our neighborhood.
Residents will still go directly to the police department for emergencies or situations that require IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.
Please click HERE for more information
Sump Pump Notice
As a reminder, it is ILLEGAL to have a sump pump connected to the Borough’s sewer system. Excess water flow through the sewers increases water bill rates for all residents and businesses. Recent rainfall events have highlighted this issue as water on certain streets was caused by sump pumps illegally connected to the sewer lines. As a result, the Borough will be increasing enforcement efforts. For more information please contact the Public Works department who can advise on how to ensure your sump pump is up to code. There is a grace period to make the necessary corrections before fines will be issued so please take this opportunity to ensure your property is compliant.
Reporting an outage on Facebook...Now that’s a first.
JCP&L - How to Reach Us When You Experience a Power Outage
At JCP&L they're providing more ways for our customers to report outages and check the progress of our efforts to restore service. We’re the first electric utility in New Jersey to offer outage reporting on our Facebook page.
Now JCP&L customers have four easy options:
Visit facebook.com/JCPandL and click the “Report an Outage” tab
Sign up for text messaging with us and text “OUT” from your mobile phone
Visit our 24/7 Power Center on www.jcp-l.com using a smartphone, tablet or laptop
Call 1-888-LIGHTSS to speak with a representative, to learn more visit www.jcp-l.com/connect
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