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BEMS Solar Farm Update

Reminder: As you know, LeisureTowne does not own the streets or the islands within our community, these areas are owned by the Township of Southampton. Questions should be referred to either the Township or the Solar Farm Project Management Company. (732-860-4660/


Resident Phone Directory *ADDITIONS & UPDATES*

Resident Phone Directory *ADDITONS & UPDATES*
Please fill out this form and drop off at the Office or email
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New Card Access Form

New Card Access Form
Please fill out this form and drop off to Association Office
New Access Form 2022.pdf
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Southampton Twp Information 


Southampton Township Rule for snow removal all cars are to be off the street when it snows to allow plows to clear the street.

Leaf Collection

Leaves will be picked up in bags only. Do not rake to the curb. Leaves will be picked up from November 1 to February 28. You must call (609) 859-2736 to be placed on a pick up list. No more than 10 bags of leaves will be picked up. If the leaves are in the trash, your trash will NOT be picked up. 


New Procedure for Brush and Branch Removal

With the increase in gas/diesel prices and the cost of operating equipment, it is necessary to change the township’s process for branch and brush removal. Brush/Branches will only be picked up on the following months: April, June and October. You must call 609 859-2736 to be place on a list for brush/branch to be picked up on those months. You can take the brush/branch to Artistic Landscaping and there will be a fee for services


Brush will be picked up April 1st- April 31st

Place brush at the curb, all cut ends in the same direction, 4-5 foot lengths. The pile cannot be larger then 4 ft by 5 ft by 4 ft high.

You must call 609-859-2736 Option 5 to be placed on the pick up list


Affordable New Jersey Communities for Homeowners and Renters (ANCHOR)

ANCHOR replaces the Homestead Benefit program.

This program provides property tax relief to New Jersey residents who owned or rented their principal residence (main home) on October 1, 2019, and met the income limits.

Filing options will be available mid-September. Check back for updates.



You are considered a homeowner if, on October 1, 2019, you: 

  • Owned a house, 
  • Owned a condominium and paid property taxes on your unit; 
  • Were a resident shareholder of a cooperative housing complex; 
  • Were a resident of a continuing care retirement community and your continuing care contract requires you to pay the proportionate share of property taxes attributable to your unit.

You do not qualify if your residence was completely exempt from paying property taxes or you made P.I.L.O.T. (Payments-in-Lieu-of-Tax) payments.


Tenants (New)

You are considered a tenant if, on October 1, 2019, you: 

  • Rented an apartment, condominium, or house; 
  • Rented or owned a mobile home located in a mobile home park.

You do not qualify if you lived in tax-exempt, subsidized, or campus housing

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