Belmar Police Department

  • Agency: Belmar Police Department
  • Address: 601 Main St, Belmar , 07719 NJ
  • Chief: Jack Hill (Chief of Police)
Phone: 732-681-1700
Fax: (732) 681-7470

Belmar Police Department is located at 601 Main St, Belmar , 07719 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is Jack Hill. The Belmar Police Department phone number is 732-681-1700.

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Reminder: All polling places are at Borough Hall, 601 Main Street. District 1 & 5 - Courtroom District 2 - Community Room District 3 & 4 - Gym Polls are open until 8 PM!

Borough offices are open on Election Day

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Attention Seniors!

Happy Halloween! Don't forget to stop by Borough Hall for a treat. Open til 4:30.

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Belmar Recreation presents a bus trip to see Aladdin on Broadway. Cost is $85 for a ticket in upper balcony and bus. Bus leaves Borough Hall at 10 am sharp. Contact for more information

Join us at Monument Row @ 12th and Main Street to honor our Veterans

Belmar Community Center/Senior Center Open House Friday, October 27th 501 Seventh Avenue 8 am to Noon How to join? Get a membership card at the front desk. It’s only $10 for the first year if you register by January 15, 2018. Collect a stamp for each visit on your membership card and win a free prize earned after 10 stamps! Membership after January 15, 2018 will be $20 a year. The VIP Room for Belmar Seniors will be open Monday – Friday 8am - noon starting on Monday, October 30, 2017. Not a Belmar Resident? Talk to us about potential membership if sponsored by a Belmar member. Questions? Call Ray at 732-681-3700 x 211 or email

Belmar Recreation presents a bus trip to Broadway to see Escape to Margaritaville. Cost is $85 per a person which includes bus ride and ticket in upper mezzanine. Bus leaves Borough Hall Parking Lot at 601 Main Street at 10 am sharp. Show is at 2 pm. Contact for more information.

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This weekend there are a few community events that will require street closures. First, on Saturday from 9:00am – 11:00am the Friendly Sons of the Shillelagh will host their annual 5k run that will result in road closures in both Belmar and Lake Como south of 16th Avenue. Second, Sunday is Belmar’s Oktoberfest. The festival will take place on Sunday from 11am to 5pm between 8th and 10th Avenues on Main Street. We’ll have food vendors, kids activities, music and more. Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic between 8th and 10th Avenues during the festival. Please be alert and cooperate with all street closures and direction from the Belmar Police Department. Lastly, for Belmar residents ONLY, we have made our annual transition off of our own wells and are now drawing water from American Water. As part of this transfer, the Department of Public Works will be conducting a comprehensive flushing of the water system next week starting Tuesday night, October 10th. Flushing will occur between the hours of 8pm and 4am so as to minimize impact to your home and will continue for several nights. Residents may expect to see a temporary discoloration of the water and/or a decrease of pressure when the flushing is occurring. We recommend that you avoid running your tap water, using the washing machine or dishwasher during the hours of 8pm to 4am. If you do experience any discoloration please run cold water through your taps until it runs clear.

Borough Offices Closed October 9th

The Belmar Historical Society (BHS) is pleased to present an open to the public program on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. Mr. Rick Geffken, historian and co-author of Lost Amusement Parks of the North Jersey Shore, a recently released new book, will provide a PowerPoint presentation of how the Jersey Shore became the most famous vacation and recreational destination in the coastal United States. Mr. Geffken and his co-author, George Severini, bring rarely seen images from the Library of Congress, local historical societies, and private collections to document the rich heritage of a remarkable era in their new book. The BHS is proud to have contributed some of its archival collection to this new book which captures the wonderful recreational areas in Belmar that endured for years, but are now just a fond memory. The event is free and all are welcome. It will be held at Belmar Boro Hall, Court Room, 6th Avenue entrance. Light refreshments will follow the presentation. Mr. Geffken will also have books available for purchase and will be happy to sign a personalized message. For additional information, please contact the Belmar Historical Society at (908) 309-3380 or e-mail the BHS at The BHS museum and history room are open to visitors at 900 E Street, on Mondays from 2-4 p.m., Thursdays from 10-noon, and every second Saturday from 1-3 p.m., or by appointment. Visit our new website at and like us on Facebook.

Good Afternoon this is Belmar Chief of Police Andrew Huisman. Tomorrow night, Mayor & Council will discuss the issue of one-way vs. two-way traffic on our streets at the south end of town; specifically 13th Avenue south to Spring Lake. The Council meeting is at 6:00 pm tomorrow night in Council Chambers at 601 Main Street. This is an important public safety issue and Mayor & Council would like to hear your input prior to making a determination. Thank you and have a good night.

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There will be hydrant flushing the week of October 9th.

Spend the day on your own in New York City. $30 per person THURSDAY DECEMBER 7th Departure time 8:45AM *Bus Departs from Pyanoe Plaza* Departure back to Belmar 7PM Visit Borough hall for reservations cash or check accepted.

Join us for holiday festivities at Pyanoe Plaza. Tree lighting, candy canes, visit from Santa and more