The Eatontown Sewerage Authority was founded for the purpose of protecting and preserving the area’s vital environment for current and future generations and by doing so, enhance the economy and high quality of life for the residents of the Borough of Eatontown.
The Eatontown Sewerage Authority’s mission is to foster and promote clean water for the community by means of collection and discharge of sewage and other waste,and to relieve the pollution of waters in and bordering the State of New Jersey from pollution; thereby reducing and ultimately abating the menace to the public health resulting from such pollution.
Our Mission The Eatontown Sewerage Authority is an autonomous authority created pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:14A-1 et seq., in 1959 and consists of five members who are appointed by the Borough of Eatontown for five year staggered terms.
The Eatontown Sewerage Authority meets in the Council Chambers on the second floor on the Municipal Building, 47 Broad Street on the second Tuesday of each month at 5pm.
Board of Directors
Theodore F. Lewis Jr.
Herman W. Redd