Police Community Notification:
Several jurisdictions in our area are experiencing an increase in vehicle entry thefts. All residents should make sure their vehicle(s) are locked at all times and do not leave valuables in your vehicle, visible or not. Also make sure you do not leave keys in your vehicle, even if the keys are not for that specific vehicle, suspects have broken into vehicles thinking the keys will lead to a bigger pay-off.
As always, if you See Something, Say Something. Call (609) 267-8300 if you see suspicious activity.
Do not wait to call, do not think someone else already called, do not leave messages on Police Department voicemails, call Central Communications at (609) 267-8300 when you see something suspicious.
Road Program Projects: UPDATE
The City of Beverly awarded two contracts for the 2021 and 2022 Road Improvement Programs. A portion of Jennings Street, Church Street and Parker Street will begin construction on or about June 20th. The lower end of Laurel Street, from Veterans Drive to Front Street and the adjacent block(s) of Laurel will also begin construction in July.
City Administrator/Public Safety Director
Construction Office (including all subcodes)
Cedric Minter – Construction Official
Suraya Gallagher – Technical Assistant
(609) 747-4076 (for general questions only)
For scheduling construction inspections please email:
Property and Housing Code Enforcement
Beverly Sewerage Authority
Beverly Police Non-emergency
Beverly Police TIPS Line
Beverly Municipal Court
Municipal Court Administrator
Yard Waste Notice:
The City can not pick up yard waste in anything other than clear bags. Please do not use black or green contractor’s bags nor the brown paper leaf bags for your yard waste.
Do not mix sticks, vines, nor trash in with your grass clippings and leaves. These items should be placed in your regular trash collection with the exception of branches and tree limbs.
Branches and tree limbs will be chipped on Thursdays… weather permitting. Please do not park in front of brush left curbside for chipping. Public Works will not drag tree limbs around vehicles.
Please make sure all brush is facing the same direction. Brush piles that are tangled, mixed with vines or other debris, will not be chipped. This is for the safety of our personnel and the efficiency of operation.
Brush to be chipped should be no less than four (4) feet in length and no more than six (6) inches in diameter. We cannot take stumps or bamboo. If you or someone you hire cut down any trees, you are required to make arrangements for the removal of the material. The City will no longer chip brush left from tree removal. Brush chipping operations are only for general property maintenance and storm debris.
Grass and leaves, in clear bags, are picked up on Mondays & Fridays and chipping operations are on Thursdays from the first week of March through mid October; weather permitting.