From the Mayor’s Senior Community Meeting on June 2nd


IMPORTANT – CENSUS Info – If you haven’t filled out the census yet either by mail or on-line, census takers will be knocking on doors of people who haven’t filled it out.  

COVID-19 testing is free for seniors with Medicare.  

Outdoor dining at restaurants will be allowed as of  Monday,  June 15th. Hair Salons and Barber Shops may open as of Monday, June 22nd.  Gyms may be open outdoors for up to 25 people. 

Stimulus Check – some are receiving the COVID-19 stimulus check in the form of an EIP card (Economic Impact Payment card).  It will arrive by mail in a plain envelope from “Money Network Cardholder Services”.  The Visa name will appear on the front of the card and the back of the card has the name of the issuing bank, MetaBank, N.A.  Activate your EIP card account, set your 4-digit PIN # and get your balance by calling 1-800-240-8100.  Sign the back of the card.


Bricktown Specific:

Senior Services is open and offering food delivery, help with rent or mortgage payments, utilities and other services.  You can contact them at 732-736-8989. 

Bricktown is re-bidding for the VA Hospital. 


Brick Townhall is now open at all entrances with health screening, social distancing and masks required. 

Brick’s beaches are open with swimming allowed as of June 13th.   Seniors Badgesallowed are free, and seniors can purchase a $15.00 season parking permit.

Youth summer programs (camp) are set to begin on July 6th.

Summerfest will probably be pushed to dates in August, or may have to be cancelled, depending on the Governor’s reopening plan.  Trader Cove concerts in August are still on.