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• If the wild animal is deceased on the street, contact public works at 732-449-2700 x 5 to be removed• If the wild animal is outside the house, contact animal control (Monmouth County SPCA) at 732-383-1090 for assistance• If the wild animal is in the house, a private company must be called to remove the animal• If the wild animal is on private property but deceased, place in a plastic bag and dispose of in the regular garbage
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•All dogs must be licensed during January every year, regardless of when a license was purchased the previous year. A summons can be issued for not purchasing a license any time after February 1st.
•If the dog is spayed/ neutered the cost is $12.00 (twelve dollars) per dog
•If not the dog is not spayed/ neutered the cost $15.00 (fifteen dollars) per dog
•If an application is submitted or postmarked after January 31, a $5.00 late fee will be added to the cost of the license for each dog. (Late submissions of spayed/neutered $17.00 per dog, late submissions of not spayed/ neutered animals $20.00 per dog)
• A valid rabies certificate: must have a duration of immunity which extends throughout at least ten (10) of the twelve (12) of the licensing period (valid through October 31)
• A valid veterinarian’s certificate proving that a dog has been spayed/neutered. However, it is not required that a dog in the Township of Wall be spayed/ neutered. Please visit the Clerk's page for an application.
Signs are not permitted to be posted with the exception of the front lawn.
If you live on a busy street it is recommended to contact the Police Department at 732-449-4500 for traffic control purposes.
1.Pursuant to Wall Township Ordinance, Chapter 167: PEDDLING AND SOLICITING § 167-2 Definitions, only allows ice cream trucks to solicit between the hours of 9am- 9pm Sunday -Saturday. Food trucks are only permitted with a Special Event License. (Example: Hot dog trucks are only permitted with a Special Event Food License)
a.Special Event Licenses last for one week only, pursuant to Chapter 119: FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS § 119-2 Fees, and must be reapplied for if your event is longer than one week; one week consecutive, not the culmination of 7 (seven) Days.
b.The pricing for a Special Event License is $50 (Fifty dollars) per event.
2.Tax, utility and all assessments must be up to date or a food license will not be issued.
3.Satisfactory inspection from the Freehold Township Board of Health needs to be issued for the licensing year.
4. Freehold Township - 1 Municipal Plaza, Freehold NJ 07728 (732)294-2060.
Please be advised that as per Wall Township policy, the Township of Wall does not provide notary services for documents that do not pertain directly to township business. . i.e.; proof of residency, zoning /planning board applications; home owners warranty, tax collection documents. For your convenience many of the departments through out town hall have a notary. Please note, we do not notarize wills or real estate transactions The following documents are required:
•Valid Proof of Identification
•Unsigned document needing notarization
• All upcoming bids or requests for proposals are posted on the Wall Township Website www.wallnj.com/243/Legal-Notices.
• Upcoming bids or requests for proposals are noticed in either the Coast Star or Asbury Park Press newspapers