The Municipal Clerk, by virtue of the position, serves as liaison officer between the governing officials and the public.
The Clerk Serves as:
Secretary to the Municipal Corporation
Custodian of the Municipal Seal
Maintain custody of all Minutes Books, Bonds, Contracts and Archival records
Attest to the signatures of municipal officers and officials
Pursuant to the Open Public Records Act (OPRA), a Records Request Form is available and
may be downloaded here. Some records are immediately available during normal business
hours and some records may require additional time. Copy fees are in accordance with
N.J.S.A. 47:1A-5 and are reflected on the Records Request Form.
Voter Registration, Mail-in Ballot and Party Affiliation Declaration Forms may be obtained from the Township Clerk's Office or downloaded.
Middlesex County residents should mail Voter
Registration Forms and Party Affiliation Declaration Forms to:
Middlesex County Commissioner of Registration
777 Jersey Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-9896.
Civilian Absentee Ballot Application should be mailed to:
Middlesex County Clerk, Middlesex County Administration Bldg., P.O. Box 1110, New Brunswick, NJ 08903-1110.
Passport Applications and information are also available in the Township Clerk's Office or can be obtained at the following web-site: http://www.travel.state.gov/ . This web-site has detailed information on the requirements for adult and child passports as well as the appropriate fees and timelines.
The Township Clerk's Office also provides the following:
- Dog/Cat Licenses
- Food Licenses
- Liquor Licenses
- Taxi/Limousine Licenses
- Raffle/Bingo Licenses
- Wrecker Licenses
- Peddling/Soliciting Permits
The Township offers a rabies clinic once each year, usually in March.
Vital Registrar Services
- Marriage Applications
- Remarriage/Reaffirmation of a Civil Union
- Civil Union Applications
- Domestic Partnership Applications
Patricia Reid, RMC, CMR
Phone: (732) 656-4573
Fax: (732) 521-3190
Christine Robbins, RMC, CMR
Phone: (732) 656-4573
Click here to print forms, permits, and applications from the Clerk's office
All completed forms, permits and applications must be mailed to the Township Clerk's Office or submitted in person with the appropriate fee(s)
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