HOLIDAY TRASH PICK-UP SCHEDULE
The Holiday Schedule for trash pick-up is as follows:
There will be NO trash pick-up on Monday, December 26th and Monday, January 2nd, 2017.
Allenhurst will be doing a double run on Tuesday, December 27th and Tuesday January 3rd. So they ask you to be patient as it may be later in the day, before your trash is picked up.
Thank you for your understanding and HAPPY HOLIDAYS to all.
THE DEAL POLICE DEPARTMENT IS PROUD TO PRESENT THE 2ND ANNUAL - JEFF "COCO" HENRY
HOWL-IDAY FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT ANIMALS.
ITEMS TO BE DONATED MAY INCLUDE: Collars, leashes, harnesses, dog & cat food, treats, flea & tick preventatives, beds, food & water bowls, toys and monetary donations.
All donations may be dropped off at Deal Police Headquarters through December 24th, 2016. thank you in advance for your generosity.
Stacy Wiener wishes to thank the residents of Interlaken who donated over 400 bars of soap. The soap sacs she crocheted were doanted to the underserved population in Monmouth county. She thanks you very much for your overwhelming response and wishes you and very Happy Holiday season.
The Mayor and Council would like to recognize and congratulate Chief Ronen Neuman and the Deal Police Department on their receipt of a prestigious national award.
A letter from Chief Ronen Neuman about the experience:
Today marks a monumental day in the History of the Deal Police Department. Several months ago I was invited to the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in San Diego to receive the NHTSA Traffic Safety Award. This is the largest conference for law enforcement executives comprised of over 17,000 attendees from over 80 countries. Out of the thousands of participants in the National Law Enforcement Challenge, Deal Police Department placed 3rd in the nation. We are the first municipal police department in New Jersey to receive this prestigious award on the national level.
Police departments throughout the nation compete for this award and must demonstrate that they excel in Problem Identification, Policies, Planning, Training, Public Information, Education and Enforcement.
It was truly an honor to receive this award. This accomplishment would not have been possible without the tireless work of the members of the Deal Police Department in keeping our roadways safe and Sgt. Matt Sharin for compiling all the necessary data so that it can be presented to the national assessors.
35,092 motorists were killed in traffic accidents in 2015. Proactive traffic enforcement helps reduce traffic related fatalities. The members of the Deal Police Department will remain committed to protecting our roadways.
Chief of Police
Please be aware that anyone soliciting in the Borough of Interlaken is required to obtain a permit. A copy of the issued permit must be carried with them at all times.
There are exceptions for lawful and recognized religious, charitable, educational and political organizations as well as Volunteer Fire and First Aid Departments. Even in this case, these organizations are required to notify the Police Department in writing.
If a solicitor does not have a permit or a resident feels suspicious of the person coming to their door, please notify the Police Department.
Borough Hall Construction beginning July 25, 2016
Starting Monday July 25, 2016, Interlaken Borough Hall will be under construction. The Borough applied for and received a $110,536 Community Development Block Grant for ADA compliant bathrooms and service counters at Borough Hall. The construction project will be ongoing for approximately 10 weeks.
During the construction the borough offices will be staffed but, we are asking residents to make every effort to limit visits to Borough Hall unless absolutely necessary. If you find that it is imperative for you to visit Borough Hall, please follow all safety signage directing you to the side entrance which is located off of Interlaken Drive.
Borough Hall office staff will be able to assist via phone and email during the project. Though we are not expecting office service interruptions or closings due to this project, please be aware unforeseen circumstances may occur.
We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.
Interlaken Municipal Court Temporary Relocation beginning June 22, 2016
Please be advised that as a result of construction at Borough Hall beginning sometime in early July, the Interlaken Municipal Court will be relocated to the Deal Municipal Court. The Deal Municipal Court is located at 190 Norwood Avenue Deal, NJ.
Any payments can be made at the Deal Municipal Court. This office cannot accept any payments effective June 22, 2016.
Any questions regarding this can be made at the Deal Municipal Court, 732-531-1343.
Dates to Remember...
Welcome to the Borough of Interlaken
Interlaken is a small, quiet community of single family homes on tree-lined streets.
There is no commercial district or business district. Interlaken is a purely residential community of just over 395 residences, and a total population of approximately 820.
Named for a small town in Switzerland, between the lakes, Interlaken is bordered on the north and south by arms of Deal Lake. A quiet respite near ocean beaches and shopping.