The Township Clerk's Office is the primary point of contact between the public and local government. Requests for general information can be directed to the Municipal Clerk or the Deputy Clerk. We are here to assist you. If you have a question about the Township Committee or any issue related to local government, please call or e-mail our office. We will respond or suggest the appropriate source for the information you seek.
Secretary to the Governing Body
The Township Clerk serves as Secretary to the Governing Body. Responsible for the administration of the legislative process, the Township Clerk prepares meeting agendas, attends all Committee meetings and records the results of all Committee meetings through the creation of minutes and preservation of all ordinances and resolutions.
As the Chief Elections Officer for the Township, the Township Clerk is responsible for the management of all municipal and school elections. The Township Clerk administers voter registration and mail-in ballot applications. Please visit the Hunterdon County Board of Elections for Voter Registration, Vote By Mail Ballots and additional information.
As the Custodian of Records, all minutes, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, deeds and archival records are accessed through the Township Clerk.
Licenses and Permits
The Township Clerk also serves as the Chief Licensing Official for the Township. The Clerk's Office issues a wide variety of licenses and permits. These include liquor, raffle and bingo licenses, among others.
The Township Clerk is also the Registrar of Vital Statistics and processes all Birth, Marriage and Death events that take place in the Township. Requests for Marriage Licenses and Certified Copies of Vital Records should be directed to the Township Clerk.