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Mowing & water will have just as much of an impact as the lawn care program itself.
Please mow at a minimum height of 3 inches. That does not refer to the setting on the lawn mower, instead the height of the grass blades after it is mowed. 3.5 inches is great and 4 inches is even better.
Soil type: Asbury Park has sandy soil, drains very well, but dries quickly.
Suggested watering schedule: The recommended watering schedule for the town of Asury Park is 15-20 minutes per zone, everyday. Since the soil is very sandy, during extreme heat, lawns may have to be watered twice in one day. The 2nd watering would be 12 hours later.
*If sprinkler heads rotate a full circle, the duration may have to be increased.
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The Town of Asbury Park, New Jersey
Asbury Park is located within Monmouth County, New Jersey. Nearly 16,000 people live in Asbury Park. Crime rates have declined each passing year as the town improved housing and businesses. This town is beach front fun with a lot of opportunity. There are beach front homes, a boardwalk, live
entertainment, shopping and eating establishments throughout.
Asbury Park is part of the Urban Enterprise Zone. This is offered to the town by the government to help rebuild and improve the economy in declining areas. The status was put into place in 1994 and will expire in 2025. During this time, new businesses were opened, the boardwalk was reopened, and vacant buildings were remodeled and sold. The Urban Enterprise Zone has dramatically changed Asbury Park for the best.
Asbury Park is widely known for its popularity in the music industry, hosting yearly music events, holding concerts, and offering a steppingstone to fame for the up and coming. In 2005, the New Jersey Music Hall of Fame was founded in Asbury Park. There are plans to build a museum to honor the artist during the rebuild of the town.
Bon Jovi, The Ramones, Bruce Springsteen, and many more artist are tied to Asbury Park. Some artists have written songs about the town, others have included the town’s name in songs or albums, and others performed in the town on their way to fame. Bruce Springsteen released his first album in
1973, Greetings from Asbury Park, NJ. His song, “4 th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)”, gave insight to how important music was to the town and its effect on the politics and the growth of the town.
Many artists began their careers performing in the Stone Pony. Originally opened in 1974, The Stone Pony is still a popular gathering spot for people over 21 years of age. The Asbury Music Awards was most recently held at the Stone Pony. The Convention Center hosts large music events throughout the year. Asbury Lanes is a bowling alley with a bar that offers live music. The Asbury Park Brewery offers a small venue for live music inside the brewery. Music Producer, Shep Pettibone, owns Empress Hotel.
The Hotel features Paradise Nightclub, which is a hot spot for the LGBT community.
Asbury Park is one of the most advanced shore towns for transportation. There are local roadways that offer easy access to major roadways, such as the Garden State Parkway, within minutes. New Jersey Transit offers a light rail, commuter rail, and public bus services to Asbury Park. In 2017, the town opened a multi-station bike share program. This is a first for the Jersey Shore. The bike program offers 6 bike stations around Asbury Park.
The town continues to grow as the crime rates decline. Asbury Park is a must visit for any music enthusiast or beach lover.