Who Is AHLOA?
Avalon Home and Land Owners Association is a group of community-oriented property owners. Our purpose is to promote and enhance the environmental, economic and social values of residency in the Borough of Avalon, NJ.
What does AHLOA do?
In order to serve the Avalon community, AHLOA:
- Maintains regular communications with Borough officials;
- Reports regularly to AHLOA members at monthly meetings;
- Encourages suggestions and dialogue on current Avalon issues, and;
- Contributes financially to special projects and programs that enhance the overall welfare of Avalon.
You are welcomed and invited to join AHLOA. Please CLICK “About” AHLOA on our website. You’ll find information about our mission and member benefits. Your enrollment is vital to AHLOA, the Borough of Avalon and the local community. We look forward to working with you.
Membership is open to all persons owning property in the Borough of Avalon. AHLOA does not use your personal information for any purpose other than association communications with members. Our By Laws prohibit commercial use of our membership list. The membership dues are $20.00
Did You Know?
Our guest speakers at the AHLOA monthly meeting on Saturday, January 12th were Mrs. Stacy LaRocca Tracy, Chief School Administrator and Dr. Renee Murtaugh, Curriculum Director of the Avalon and Stone Harbor Elementary School. Mrs. Tracy and Dr. Murtaugh were proud to share all of the exciting programs available for the students at both sites. Their enthusiasm was clearly evident and the video presentation they shared with us was outstanding. The video can be viewed at: Avalon and Stone Harbor Elementary School Video
With below freezing temperatures in the forecast for Avalon Sunday night through Tuesday, the Borough has posted some recommended preparation and prevention tips from Middlesex Water company, Avalon’s water and sewer system manager. Please visit the Borough’s website at the following link for specific recommendations involving your water lines to prevent freezing:
The AHLOA executive committee and trustees continue to receive numerous questions from Avalon residents regarding the North End work currently in progress by South Jersey Gas and its contractors. If you reside in Avalon's North End, you likely have received a notice regarding the impact to your property. If you have recently driven on Avalon or 1st Avenue north of 30th, the work underway is quite apparent.
The Borough has published a summary of the South Jersey Gas Service Improvement Project on its website at the following link:
During the summer of 2018, the Avalon History Center hosted a 3-part presentation program detailing Avalon's unique history from original Borough founding through the present time. The Center has published the 3-part program on video, available on YouTube at the link below:
John McCorristin, a member of the Avalon Borough Council, was the guest speaker at the December 8, 2018 AHLOA monthly meeting. John covered a wide variety of subjects of interest to Avalon property owners.
This month’s AHLOA meeting will be held on Saturday, January 12th at 10:00 AM at the Borough’s Recreation Building on 39th Street — across the street from the Avalon History Center.
There have been numerous questions raised by North End residents concerning the South Jersey Gas activity taking place on our streets. The following information s available on the Borough website:
South Jersey Gas also provided this brief follow-up clarification:
A new research report by Climate Central and Zillow titled Ocean at the Door: New Homes and the Rising Sea contains useful statistics and comparative data associated with the impacts from climate change pertinent to Avalon property owners. The article, available at the link below, provides country-wide statistics and links to focus on New Jersey’s shore communities.
Thanks to one of our AHLOA members for bring the article to our attention.
Avalon Business Administrator/Public Information Officer Scott Wahl was the guest speaker at the AHLOA monthly meeting held on Saturday, November 10th. Scott presented all of the major capital initiatives underway within the Borough, reviewed major activities affecting Avalon in the coming months (e.g. Townsend’s Inlet Bridge), and then fielded a significant number of questions from the full-house audience following his formal presentation. Feedback from the attendees was quite strong given the wide-range of pertinent and timely information that Scott was able to convey. His presentation is available at the link below.
Here is a sample of Avalon lifestyle activities and community information with quick reference and contact details.
You will hear a prerecorded greeting. Please leave your name, phone number, an email address and a brief message. An AHLOA representative will return your call as soon as possible.
Avalon Home & Land Owners Association
P.O. Box 21
Avalon, NJ 08202