March 26, 2021
PICTURE OF THE WEEK
TOWN-WIDE GARAGE SALE
March 19, 2021
COVID-19 Vaccine Sign-Up a Success
The Hazlet Township COVID-19 vaccine sign-up for those over 65 is having an impact! On March 19, 80 elderly residents of Bethany Towers in Hazlet received the J & J vaccine, thanks to the VNA. Others who signed up on the township list in the first wave in early March have begun to receive calls from Hackensack Meridian Health nurses for appointments at Bayshore Hospital, as early as Tuesday.
Please be patient if you have not gotten a call yet, your turn is coming! As of today, Hazlet Township has submitted the names of 794 residents over 65 years of age to the schedulers.
"Please think of seniors in town who may not have gotten the word and let them know they can sign up on our website," said Mayor Tara Clark. Here is the link for Hazlet residents.
'Bike with a Bunny' for Hazlet kids
Register your Pet
It's time to renew your dog and cat licenses. Licenses must be renewed no later than March 31, 2021 or a late fee of $5 fine per license will apply on April 1.
Hazlet First Aid Gets New Rescue Tools
March 11, 2021
March 5, 2021
Vaccine Scheduling for Hazlet's Seniors
This week, Hazlet was able to partner with health systems to offer a limited supply of vaccines to seniors over 75. On March 5, the township posted a sign-up form and alerted senior groups and organizations in town. Within 24 hours, 100 have signed up. Eligible residents may join the list on our website. There is also a downloadable PDF version that can be filled out and brought to Town Hall.
Also, Monmouth County Division of Transportation (SCAT) is providing free transportation to our seniors 60 years old and older and people with disabilities to receive COVID-19 vaccines. The residents must first secure an appointment before contacting SCAT for a ride at 732-431-6480. They will be asked for current home address and phone number and name and phone number for emergency contact.
Discounts Coming for Families Struggling to Pay for Broadband
The FCC has approved the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, a $3.2 billion federal initiative to help lower the cost of high-speed internet for eligible households during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. The program is expected to be available in 60 days to eligible residents. Learn more in this article.
Lucky Gnome Contest
One Lucky Gnome will be hidden each day among our books and movies at the Hazlet Library every day through March 17.
Find the Lucky Gnome and present him to the circulation staff to receive a small prize. The Lucky Gnome is also yours to keep.
Build an Osprey Nest
A local wildlife nonprofit is seeking volunteers to help install a new osprey nesting platform near Raritan Bay on Sunday, March 7, 2021.
They need 10 volunteers (adults or children ages 14 and up with an adult) to help carry a nesting platform and pole, carry tools, dig holes, or take pictures and video.
Please bring knee boots, hip or chest waders to wear and a pair of work gloves. Conditions will be muddy and wet. Please bring a post-hole digger, shovels, and rope.
Heavy or intense weather will cancel the event. All details at SaveCoastalWildlife.org
Motoring For Music
Calling all classic car fans! The amazing Raritan High School Marching Band is holding "Motoring for Music." on May 16 from 10 am to 3 pm. They are seeking car registrations and sponsorships that start at just $50.All proceeds support the program, which now tops 80 students this year. Complete details are available on the group's Facebook Event Page and website.
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