HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!!!
THE H.O.A. OFFICE IS OPEN FOR ESSENTIAL BUSINESS
MONDAY - FRIDAY
8AM TO 4PM
Everyone entering the clubhouse must follow CDC protocol and restrictions.
Face masks must be worn and a Covid 19 questionairre and temperature check must be completed
prior to entrance.
OUR FITNESS CENTER AND BILLIARDS ROOM
ARE OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY
ON A LIMITED SCHEDULE & BY APPOITMENT ONLY.
PLEASE CALL THE H.O.A. OFFICE TO RESERVE A TIME.
CDC AND COVID PROTOCOLS & RESTRICTIONS APPLY
Will start on Tuesday May 4th 10am
CDC AND COVID PROTCOLS & RESTRICTIONS APPLY
IF YOU HAVE NOT REC'D A VACCINATION
CALL THE H.O.A. OFFICE. WE CAN ASSIST YOU BY SENDING YOUR NAME AND INFO
TO BRICK HOSPITAL ON JACK MARTIN BLVD. HOSPITAL STAFF WILL CALL YOU BACK
TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT.
LAWN SERVICE HAS STARTED
IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO HAVE IMAGES MOW YOUR LAWN BE SURE
TO NOTIFY THE OFFICE, SO YOUR NAME CAN BE PLACED ON THE
"DO NOT MOW LIST" FLAGS NEED TO BE DISPLAYED ON YOUR PROPERTY
ALL BRANCHES AND TWIGS MUST BE
CLEANED UP FROM AROUND YOUR PROPERTY. THIS IS THE RESPONSIBILTY OF THE
HOME OWNER. THIS ALLOWS THE LAWN MOVERS TO PASS SAFELY.
BRICK PUBLIC WORKS OFFERS ON-DEMAND COLLECTION OF BRUSH. YOU
MUST CALL 732-451-4060 TO SCHEDULE A COLLECTION
GARDEN DEBRIS IS NOT PICKED UP BY THE H.O.A. AND IS NOT TO BE DISPOSED
OF IN THE COMMON AREAS.
WHAT TO DO ABOUT WILD TURKEYS
**DO NOT FEED THEM**
Residents have reported wild turkeys being a nuisance on the property. The first step towards
resolving conflicts with turkeys is to eliminate sources of food such as hand outs from
people, unsecured garbage and spilled bird seeds. Please consider removing bird
feeders (especially in the spring & summer) until the turkeys move on. Remember
to also talk to your neighbors to ensure that they are not feeding turkeys either.
Its easy to scare turkeys away by making loud noises, popping open an umbrella,
throwing tennis balls, or dousing the turkey with water from a hose or squirt gun.
During mating season (February - May) male turkeys may venture into
neighborhoods looking for females to mate with. They may respond aggressively
to reflective surfaces (such as windows, auto mirrors or polishes car doors),
thinking that their reflection is an intruding male turkey. In this case, chase the
turkey away and then temporarily cover the reflective surface if possible.
A REQUEST FROM THE CARE-RING OFFICE
THERE IS AN URGENT NEED FOR "TRANSPORT WHEELCHAIRS"
THAT ARE NEEDED TO TAKE RESIDENTS TO VACCINE AND DR'S
PLEASE CALL ED PETERSON @ 732-475-6468
HE WILL PICK THEM UP
TOWNSHIP OF BRICK TAX ASSESSOR
Notices are mailed annually in the form of a post card, on or before February 1, stating
the assessment upon which the tax obligation will be based in the ensuing year.
Unless otherwise noted on the assessment notice, any property owner who
believes that there is an error in the derived assessment may review the
property record for accuracy and has the right to appeal their
assessment on or before April 1st annually. Information about the
appeals process may be obtained from the Ocean County Tax Board
website (www.tax.co.ocean.nj.us/) or by calling 732-929-2008.
PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTION CLAIM FOR VETERANS OR
Forms are available in the H.O.A. office to receive a $250.00 property tax deduction.
. They need to be completed and then returned to the Brick Twp. Tax Assessor Office.
TOWNSHIP OF BRICK E- SERVICE PORTAL
This service on the Brick Township Web Site has been established to direct residents concerns
and requests for services to the appropriate department in a more efficient manner. Simply take
a few moments to become a registered user and you will have the ability to report
potholes, road flooding, litter, suspected code violations and more as well as
to request services. The E-Service Portal is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year meaning
contact with Brick Township is only a a few clicks away.
IF YOU ARE A COMCAST/XFINITY CUSTOMER AND YOUR SERVICE
GOES OUT (FOR ANY REASON) YOU MUST CALL COMACST
AND REPORT THE OUTAGE TO THEM.
As a reminder to everyone at Greenbrair II:
If you have any questions in regards to service please call our
BRICK SENIOR SERVICES OFFERING "ZOOM" CLASSES
The Brick Twp Office of Senior Services is offering a number of classes and activities
via ZOOM in the Month of March. A complete calendar is available in the Clubhouse.
Walking Club has resumed. Meet at Drum Point Sports Complex parking lot
Every Thursday (weather permitting) 9am
Chair Aerobics - Tuesday and Thursday 11:30am via Zoom
Stretch & Stronger Class - Wednesday 2pm via Zoom
Parkinson's Patients can take part in "Rock Steady Boxing" a non contact programs
THE BOOK NOOK - meets monthly to discuss a book selected by a member of the book club
Senior Services offers these programs to residents ages 60 and over. Any interested senior
should contact Senior Services at 732-920-8686
PASSCODE. MUST INCLUDE NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER AND DATE OF BIRTH IN E-MAIL.
BRICK FARMERS' MARKET
EVERY SATURDAY MAY 1ST TO OCTOBER 2ND
8:30AM TO 1:30PM
WINWARD BEACH PARK
The Market is rain or shine. Pets are not permitted.
E MAIL ADDRESSES
As an additional way to reach out to our residents we are asking for everyone to provide
the H.O.A. Office with an email address. Please call so that we may update your file
When riding your bike in the community, please be aware of those around you. Many of our residents enjoy walking and
there have been reports to the H.O.A. Office that cyclists riding on the sidewalk have nearly collided with them.
We ask that everyone be courteous and safety conscious. Bicycling in New Jersey is regulated under Title 39 of the
Motor Vehicles and Traffic Regulations laws. For more New Jersey laws on bicycling,
please visit NJ DOT's Bicycling Regulations page.
THE ROADS THROUGHOUT OUR COMMUNITY ARE MUNICIPAL ROADS
AND HAVE A POSTED SPEED LIMIT OF 30 MPH
The HOA office has been receiving an increased number of complaints about vehicles
that are speeding. Please drive with care. We have many residents who enjoy walking
and many who are out and about with their dogs.
Speeding endangers everyone on the road. We all know the frustrations of modern
life and juggling a busy schedule, but speed limits are put in place to protect everyone
ALL RESIDENTS THAT HAVE VEHICLES PARKED LONG TERM IN THE CLUBHOUSE LOT MUST REGISTER THOSE VEHICLES
FOR 2021. ALL VEHICLE OWNERS MUST PROVIDE CONTACT INFORMATION AND PROOF OF REGISTRATION AND
Please do not put garden debris out - it will not be picked up by the HOA!!
BRICK TWP PUBLIC WORKS OFFERS ON-DEMAND COLLECTION OF
BRUSH, METAL AND BULK ITEMS. YOU MUST CALL 732-451-4060 TO
TREE TRIMMINGS, HEDGE CLIPPINGS AND SIMILAR MATERIALS MUST
BE CUT TO A LENGTH NOT TO EXCEED 4 FEET AND MUST BE TIED IN
BUNDLES NO GREATER
THEN 2 FEET THICK FOR COLLECTION
ANY CLIPPINGS, TRIMMMINGS, DIRT, ECT. MUST BE PROPERLY DISPOSED OF
PLEASE DO NOT DISGARD IT IN THE COMMON AREAS
GRASS CLIPPINGS MUST BE BAGGED AND INCLUDED WITH YOUR
REGULAR TRASH (NOT WITH RECYCLING)
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE PAYMENTS
THE POSTAL SERVICE IS EXPERIENCING
DELAYS WITH MAIL PROCESSING & DELIVERY.
IF YOU MAIL YOUR CHECK TO ARIZONA - PLEASE MAIL EARLY!!!
IF IT IS NOT POSTED TO YOUR ACCOUNT BY THE 10TH OF THE MONTH
YOU ARE SUBJECT TO A $5.00 LATE FEE
WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO SET UP DIRECT DEPOSIT - CONTACT THE HOA OFFICE FOR DETAILS
IF YOU HAVE NOT RETURNED YOUR COMPLETED CENSUS
AND COMMUNITY REGISTRATION FORM TO THE HOA OFFICE, PLEASE
DO SO IMMEDIATELY. WE NEED TO HAVE 100% RETURNS.
ANY QUESTIONS OR IF YOUR NEED THE FORMS PLEASE
CONTACT THE HOA OFFICE.
BRIAR II NEWS
CAN BE VIEWED ONLINE AT:
Wednesdays and Fridays 10am
Limited Spots are available - you must call and sign up prior to coming
CDC Protocols & Restrictions must be followed
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
10AM TO 12:30PM Shop Rite, Costco, WalMart, Aldi, Stop & Shop
SEATTING IS LIMITED, SO PLEASE CALL THE HOA OFFICE TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT.
ALL CDC PROTOCOLS AND RESTRICTIONS WILL BE MANDATORY.
BRICK TOWNSHIP SENIOR SHUTTLE
THE SENIOR SHUTTLE PROVIDES FREE TRANSPORTATION TO RESIDENTS AGES 60 AND OVER
TO THE SENIOR CENTER, TOWNSHIP SHOPPING AREAS AND MORE
ANYONE WISHING TO UTILIZE THIS SERVICE SHOULD CALL 732-920-8686. YOU NEED TO REGISTER
AND ADVANCE NOTICE TO REQUEST A RIDE IS NEEDED. RESIDENTS ARE SCHEDULED ON A FIRST-COME,
ON-LINE FOOD SHOPPING SERVICES ARE STILL AVAILABLE THROUGH JERSEY CARES. CALL FOR ASSISTANCE
PLACING YOUR FOOD ORDER
THE SENIOR SERVICES OUTREACH STAFF IS AVAILABLE TO HELP WITH APPLICATIONS FOR :
PTR, SENIOR GOLD, PAAD, HOME ENERGY ASST & MEALS ON WHEELS
CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
THERE IS A SMALL FEE FOR THIS SERVICE.
732-736-8989 FOR FURTHER INFO
THE HOA OFFICE HAS BEEN RECEIVING REPORTS REGARDING
OUR FOUR LEGGED FRIENDS AGAIN!!!
* WHEN WALKING YOUR DOGS, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CLEANING UP AFTER THEM. YOU
SHARE THE WALKS AND COMMON AREAS WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS
THESE RULES ARE IN PLACE TO PROTECT YOUR DOGS, AS WELL AS THE COMMUNITY. OUR HOMES ARE CLOSE
TOGETHER AND EVERYONE SHOULD BE ABLE TO ENJOY THEIR YARDS AND COMMON AREAS. WE ALSO
HAVE NEIGHBORS THAT ARE UNCOMFORTABLE AROUND ANIMALS, SO PLEASE BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR AND KEEP
OUR COMUNITY SAFE AND CLEAN.
AS PET OWNERS IN GBII, YOU MUST COMPLY WITH THE GREENBRIAR II HOA RULES AND REGULATIONS
ARTICLE IX, SECTIONS 9
9.1, 9.1.1, 9.1.2, 9.1.3, 9.1.4
ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE MEETS
TUESDAY MORNING - COMPLETED APPLICATIONS NEED TO BE
RECEIVED IN THE HOA OFFICE NO LATER THAN
MONDAY AT 3:30 TO BE REVIEWED THAT WEEK
CARE-RING HAS EQUIPMENT THAT
RESIDENTS MAY BORROW..... CALL
ED PETERSEN 732-475-6468
ANNE LEAHY 732-836-3288
BILL PHILIPSON 732-714-6735
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING WALKERS IN GOOD
CARE-RING HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO AID OUR
GB II VETERANS AND FAMILY MEMBERS WITH
ELECTRIC SCOOTERS PROVIDED BY
VFW POST 2179.
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL
ANNE LEAHY 908-499-0645.
ARE BEING TAKEN FOR
LESS FORTUNATE INDIVIDUALS.
NEW NON-PERISHABLE FOOD CAN BE LEFT IN TWO
BASKETS LOCATED IN CLUBHOUSE TO THE
LEFT OUTSIDE OF OFFICE DOORS. PLEASE BE SURE
THAT PACKAGES ARE SEALED AND EXPIRATION DATES
FOR OUR MILITARY MEN & WOMEN OVERSEAS
WE ARE COLLECTING NEEDED PRODUCTS.
(TOILETRIES, SNACKS, ETC.)
THESE ITEMS WILL BE GIVEN TO THE VFW 1838
WOMEN'S AUXILLARY FOR DISTRIBUTION.
A BASKET HAS BEEN SET UP IN THE CLUBHOUSE
ALONG WITH A COMPLETE LIST OF THE PRODUCTS
THAT ARE NEEDED. WE THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR
GROUNDS REMINDER !!!!
THE 3 FOOT PERIMETER AND ANY TREES IN FRONT OF
YOUR HOUSE ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. IT'S A
GOOD TIME TO GET OUT THERE AND KEEP YOUR
PROPERTY NEAT. BY KEEPING THE AREA AROUND
YOUR HOME FREE OF TWIGS AND BRANCHES IT
ENSURES THAT THE LAWN COMPANY CAN
MOW THE GRASS.
THE BUFFER ZONE OF APPROXIMATELY 3 FEET AROUND THE
EXTERIOR OF THE ENTIRE HOUSE MUST BE KEPT FREE OF GRASS THAT
REQIRES MOWING TO AVOID THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE BY LAWN
MOWER EQUIPMENT. FAILIURE TO MAINTAIN A BUFFER ZONE
WILL RELIEVE THE ASSOCIATION OF ANY LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE
ALL LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION ISSUES
SHOULD BE CALLED INTO THE HOA OFFICE AND THE
STAFF WILL FORWARD YOUR CONCERNS
TO THE APPROPRIATE COMPANY. NO RESIDENTS ARE TO APPROACH
OR TRY TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE LANDSCAPERS.
MARION SECURITY 732-600-0999
MARION SECURITY IS HERE IN THE COMMUNITY
AS A DETERRENT - NOT TO TAKE THE PLACE OF THE
BRICK POLICE. IF YOU ARE IN DANGER OR SEE
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY CALL 911
THE BRICK POLICE TIP LINE
The Brick Police encourages residents to provide tips that will help Law Enforcement
authorities do the jobs.
Quality of Life is important to the Brick Police Dept. If you know of a quality of life problem
or have issue/concern within Brick Twp. and would like to have a Community Policing
Officer investigate the issue, please go to
You may also submit your complaint by calling the Community Policing Office at (732) 262-1140
Examples of Quality of Life /Neighborhood concerns:
barking dogs,vehicle speeding & parking complaints, loud noise or any ongoing nuisance
THE LIBRARY IS OPEN MONDAY 12 TO 2 AND THURSDAY 10 TO 12
YOU MUST CALL THE HOA OFFICE TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT. MASKS ARE MANDATORY AND ALL
CDC PROTOCOLS AND RESTRICTIONS MUST BE FOLLOWED.