1. Township & Rutgers Release Waackaack Creek Watershed Study

    The report analyzes the specific drainage areas within the Waackaack Creek watershed and the impact of the volume of runoff each of these areas has on the flooding of Palmer Ave. Read on...
  2. Township Partners With County To Preserve 62 Acres

    The Township has partnered with the Monmouth County Agricultural Development Board to preserve 62 acres of farmland between State Route 34 and the Willow Brook. The parcel sits just north of Newman Springs Rd. Read on...
  3. Mayor, Township Members Honored for Work with Local Youth

    Mayor Eric Hinds and Recreation Department members Bob Ward and Debbie Dow were honored Wednesday evening by the Holmdel Township Board of Education for their commitment to bettering the lives of local children and young adults. Read on...
  4. Holmdel Monthly Newsletter - April 2019

    In this edition of the Holdmel Monthly Newsletter you can read more about the Township's prehistoric mastodons, an effort to rid the municipality of abandoned properties, the 1.5 tons of trash collected at Community Cleanup Day and much more. Read on...
  5. Township Works To Rid Community Of Abandoned Properties

    For the past eight years Mayor Eric Hinds has made it his mission to rid Holmdel of abandoned properties, and the Township continues to make strides in 2019. Read on...
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