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No person shall park a vehicle on any street or road in the Township between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m., from November 1 through April 15. This shall include all roadways in major subdivisions as per local ordinance 203-7No Parking Symbol No Parking Sign1


On June 8, 2017 at 17.50 Hrs, Cpl. David Marut and Patrol Officer Andrew Tesori responded to a private residence on Coleman Road for a report of a Bobcat attacking a dog.  Upon arrival, the homeowner indicated her dog had been attacked and injured by a Bobcat in the rear yard.  The homeowner indicated she transported the dog to her veterinarian for medical assistance prior to police arrival.  A check of the area by both officers for the Bobcat yielded negative results.  
A short later at 18.24 Hrs, both officers received a second call regarding a Bobcat at a private residence on Naughright Road.  Upon arrival Cpl. Marut and PO Tesori were able to locate and isolate the Bobcat in a barn. The New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife were notified and responded to the scene.  Upon arrival of the Conservation Officer the Bobcat was captured with the use of a snare.  The Conservation Officer later advised that the Bobcat displayed early signs of possibly having the rabies infection.  The Bobcat was removed by New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife for observation and possible testing.


MFJCThe Morris Family Justice System is available for support to any victims of Domestic Violence.


The Washington Township Police Department now provides a free Medicine Drop Box for public use in the lobby of Police Headquarters, 1 E. Springtown Road.  The Medicine Drop Box is available 24 Hours a day -seven days a week.  The Medicine Box affords residents the opportunity to safely dispose of unwanted, unused or expired prescriptions in a safe, secure and anonymous way, free of charge.


Although the drop box is available 24 Hours a day-seven days a week, the easiest and most convenient times for Township residents to dispose of  medication are Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00AM-6:00PM.


Eliminating unused and unwanted medications from your home helps to keep your family and community safe. By properly disposing of your prescriptions, you are contributing to the safety and well-being of your community’s youth.  The abuse of prescription and over-the-counter medications are on the rise, due in part to these drugs being easily accessible. Environmental safety is also important. By properly disposing of these toxic medicines we are working towards reducing our carbon footprint. You are now able to drop off these items in our lobby where they will be disposed of accordingly   in conjunction with The Morris County Sheriffs Office. Clean out your medicine cabinet today!



  •   Prescription & Over-the-Counter Medications 
  •   Vitamins
  •   Medication Samples 
  •   Veterinary Medications
  •   Narcotics



  •  Needles (Any Type)
  • IV Bags Personal Care Products Liquids
  • Inhalers
  • Thermometers and Other Mercury Items

For additional information contact: Lt. Douglas Compton 


How to Safely Dispose of Syringes


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