This page will contain the most up-to-date information on the ongoing Covid 19 outbreak
If you receive a call, text or email asking for your personal information, it is a scam. You should not give out any personal information over the phone, in a text or email.
If someone comes to your door requesting information on coronavirus/COVID-19, states they are doing a survey or claim to be the health department ask them to leave and call the police department.
If you receive any emails, phone calls or test messages that relate to any of the information in this message, please contact the police department so that a record can be made.
Just to summarize, please do not give out any of your personal information over the phone, in an email, text message or anyone that comes to your door. We are here for you and your health and safety is our top priority. Please contact the Belmar Police Department at 732-681-1700 with any questions or dial 911 if there is an emergency.
- 03-21-2020 Update to our State of Emergency Declaration
Today, Governor Murphy issued Executive Order 107 directing that residents are to stay at home and all non-essential businesses must close entirely to the public effective at 9PM on March 21st.
We are urging everyone to work together to help halt the spread of COVID-19. Stay at home or your place of residence unless you are leaving for reasons stated in Executive Order 107 which you can view a summary of HERE.
If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact the Belmar Police Department for non-emergency questions at 732-681-1700 or dial 911 for all emergencies.
We are carefully monitoring this issue and will send updates to residents as they occur. Please continue to monitor the Borough website, in addition to the Monmouth County Health Department for updates.