It's definitely heartwarming and exciting to see the city-wide yard sale return to Asbury Park!

Each year, city residents clean out their garages and most importantly help two local animal rescue groups. Unfortunately, the fun had to be canceled last year because of the pandemic but tomorrow (July 10th) the city-wide yard sale will be back and better than ever!

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Hosts of each yard sale will be donating a portion of their sales to Wag On Inn & Rescue Ridge.

Saturday, July 10th, you'll be able to shop at 33 locations in Asbury Park from 9 am - 3 pm. Bring a few extra dollars because you never know what you might find!

If you plan to attend or you are just unable to have a yard sale... you can still help by dropping off donations to Sonja O'Brien at 1104 5th Avenue. The animal rescue groups are looking for pet supplies, carriers, crates, beds, sheets, towels, unopened pet food, leashes, toys, etc...

Specific garage sale addresses are listed below:

West Of Main Street

  • 1002 5th Ave
  • 1003 5th Ave
  • 1016 5th Ave
  • 1101 5th Ave
  • 1104 5th Ave (Multi-Family Site)
  • 1106 5th Ave
  • 1108 5th Ave
  • 1115 5th Ave
  • 1308 5th Ave
  • 1307 Locust
  • 1202 Cornstock
  • 1306 2nd Ave
  • 1325 2nd Ave
  • 1307 Pine St
  • 1311 4th Ave
  • 1203 3rd Ave

East Of Main Street

  • 502 4th Ave
  • 603 4th Ave
  • 407 6th Ave #1
  • 604 6th Ave
  • 610 6th Ave
  • 612 6th Ave (Multi-Family Site)
  • 614 6th Ave
  • 311 7th Ave
  • 403 7th Ave
  • 406 7th Ave
  • 704 Bond Street
  • 1504 Emory
  • 321 Sunset (Multi-Family Site)
  • 302 8th Ave (Multi-Family Site)

For more information, send the Asbury Park City Wide Yard Sale Facebook page a message. Once you're done with your yard sale shopping, don't forget to stop at our Asbury Park Boardwalk broadcast, I'll be broadcasting LIVE from 10-3 pm! I hope you have a great weekend in Asbury Park! - Jimmy G

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