MONMOUTH COUNTY, – Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon has created a central webpage for official government notifications relating to closures, curfews, and updates about government operations in Monmouth County due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation. This page will help Monmouth County residents navigate the days ahead with up to date news and information from the municipal, county and state levels of government.

Clerk Hanlon saw the urgency to disseminate the most accurate information in the quickest way possible, in an effort to help the residents of Monmouth County stay informed while remaining calm during this unprecedented time.

“Knowledge is power and making sure all County residents are provided with correct information will go a long way in avoiding panic and confusion,” said Clerk Hanlon. “This webpage will be easily accessible so residents will be informed of what they can expect in the days ahead, relating to government services.”

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“Because we have 53 municipalities in Monmouth County, as well as several government entities at the County level, this page will offer a central location for residents to find out critical information,” said Clerk Hanlon. “We will continue to update the webpage as circumstances change and as more information becomes available.”

The Clerk’s COVID-19 Government Operations webpage can be accessed by visiting MonmouthCountyClerk.com or using the direct link at MonmouthCountyClerk.com/coronavirus-covid-19-public-notices/.

For additional questions, please email CountyClerk@co.monmouth.nj.us.