Positions Available

 ZONING OFFICER – Part-time, some scheduled office hours will be required. Rate dependent on qualifications. Responsible for enforcement of the provisions of chapter 217 of the Township Code, examination of all applications for zoning permits, plan review to determine if applications to other departments require zoning permits, engineer review or board...
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Hunterdon Area Energy Cooperative Billing Update

 The Hunterdon Area Energy Cooperative has been informed that IDT Energy, Inc. (the third party supplier for participants in HAEC) and JCP&L did not include May-June 2020 electricity supply charges on some Washington Township residents' bills in June 2020.  We have been informed that the unbilled charges for May-June 2020 usage...
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Soil Disturbance, Import and Export Regulations

Municipal regulations require permits for most instances of soil disturbance, import or export of more than 100 cubic yards. Regulations can be viewed online. The application for a soil disturbance permit is also  available online.
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Updated Nov 3 Election Information

Information on additional ballot box locations and how to check your ballot status has been provided by Morris County . Ballot Box Locations The boxes resemble mail boxes but are painted red, white and blue. The display the words “Morris County- Official Ballot Drop Box.”  1.    Morris County Administration & Records Building...
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Green Team Bioswale Project Starting

 The Green Team is undertaking a project being grant funded by Sustainable Jersey and PSE&G and will involve removing the existing layer of turf grass from the median strips in the parking lot of Harrington Fields and replacing them with vegetated bio-swales, which are a variation of the much more commonly known...
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Paper Shredding Saturday, September 26

A paper shredding event will be held Saturday, September 26, 2020 from 8:00 am to 11:00 am at the DPW garage at 54 rock road. Stickers can be obtained from the DPW office. The first three banker size boxes are free. All boxes must have stickers, additional stickers are $10.00 each,...
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Nov 3 Election Info from County Clerk

Please click link below for information from County Clerk Ann Grossi. Additional information can be found on the county board of elections site at: https://elections.morriscountynj.gov/ County Clerk Nov 3 Election Info
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Resident Survey - Cable Television

Washington Township is preparing review the cable franchise agreement and needs you feedback. As part of the ascertainment process, the township’s Cable Television Advisory Committee is conducting a survey of resident, both Comcast customer and non-customer are invited to participate. Please click this link to help. If you have previously responded to...
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Positions Open

 OFFICE ASSISTANT/DEPUTY CLERK –Part-time, $18-25 per hr. Perform varied, complex secretarial and administrative clerical work, involving some elements of troubleshooting; acceptance of various permits and applications; assist Township Clerk with duties; maintain Township calendar and schedule of meetings and appointments, laisse with volunteer committees. Must have excellent customer service skills. Will...
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Revised Roadwork Schedule

  Brooklawn Drive and Long Hill Road - work will begin on or about August 31. The road will be closed to thru-traffic during milling and paving anticipated for August 31-Sept. 4. Naughright Road (beginning south of Fawnridge and extending to Fairview Avenue) - work will begin on or about Sept....
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Roof Replacement - Union Schoolhouse Bid Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF WASHINGTON NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF BIDS FOR ROOF REPLACEMENT – UNION SCHOOLHOUSE   Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Township Administrator of the Township of Washington, County of Morris, State of New Jersey, in the meeting room of the Municipal Building,...
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Notice to Bidders - Hunting

TOWNSHIP OF WASHINGTON   NOTICE TO BIDDERS               Notice is hereby given that, Washington Township (Morris County) will receive sealed bids for a written agreement granting permission to hunt deer for conservation and management purposes during the 2020-2021 hunting season on public property owned by the Township as follows:            ...
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Storm Brush Drop Off

Residents can drop their storm brush off at the DPW on August 19 from 8 am to 3 p.m. and August 22 from 8 a.m. to noon. The drop-off is open to residents only. No permit will be required for the brush drop off on these two dates.  Please follow the...
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Stephensburg Road Bridge Repairs Begin

Stephensburg Road bridge repairs begin today.  The project is expected to take  8 to 10 weeks.  Detours are in  place.    
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POST STORM ROAD REOPENINGS

All roads have been reopened. Drakestown Road will remain one-lane in the area around Gary and N Four Bridges while JCP&L crews work on lines.  
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Mayor's Update on Storm Restoration - 8/8

Storm update - 8/8/20 - 2 PM As of 1:00PM today we remain with 660 outages in town, an improvement of 2535 homes restored in the last 24 hours. JCP&L continues to work to restore power to individual homes and will continue working until we are all restored. Today JCP&L will...
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Mayor's Update on Storm Restoration - 8/7

Storm update - 8/7/2020 - 8 PM At today’s Mayor’s call with JCP&L, I was updated on the restoration in Washington Township. JCP&L repaired another 1987 homes today. Leaving 2156 outages remaining in town, or 30% of our homes as of 7 PM. JCP&L is still working to restore 90% of...
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JCP&L Provides Update - 8/7

MEDIA ADVISORY Tropical Storm Isaias Update   August 7, 2020 – 12:00 p.m.   Akron, Ohio – FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) utilities continue restoration efforts for customers of Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) who lost power as a result of Tropical Storm Isaias. Service has been restored to approximately 566,000...
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Mayor's Update on Storm Restoration

Storm Update – 8/6/2020 – 8:00 PM I know that people are frustrated. We have been through more in the last 5 months then could ever be dreamt up in an apocalyptic Stephen King novel. I want to ask everyone to remember though, while the Storm caused extensive damage in this...
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Generator Safety and Carbon Monoxide Information

  Generator Safety Tips Never run a generator in an enclosed space or indoors. Most generator-related injuries and deaths involve CO poisoning from generators used indoors or in partially enclosed spaces. That includes the basement or garage, spaces that can capture deadly levels of carbon monoxide. Always place the generator at least...
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