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Dogs are not allowed in  Township Parks per township ordinance. Township Parks include Califon Park, Cobblestone Fields, Palmer Park, Rock Spring Park, and Harrington Park. Violators will be issued a summons.


Contact the Board of Education regarding school field rules.  Contact Morris County about Schooley's Mountain Park rules. 


Memberships for the Dog Park on Fairmount Road are available.

Washington Township requires  Peddlers and Solicitors to obtain a permit.  Permits are issued by the Clerk's Office after applicant passes a background check.  Applications for Peddlers and Solicitors and instructions for filling can be found here.


Permitted Peddlers and Solicitors are given Photo ID's signed by the Municipal Clerk, and are required to wear them when going door to door. Peddlers and Solicitors are provided a copy of the Township No Solictiation List and required to obtain the updated list from the township website monthly.  


Residents can add their address to the Township No Solictation List via an online form.   Residents are asked to add their address only once to the list.  Lists are updated and published during the first week of each month.  The current Township No Soliction List can be found on the Documents and Forms Page of the website.


Peddlers and Solictors without a permit or those not adhering to the Township No Solictiation List are in violation of Chapter 143 of the Township Code Book.  Please contact the Police Department if you have an issue with a non compliant Peddler or Solicitor at 908-876-3232 x 0.

Property owners and outdoor enthusiasts in Morris County and across “bear country” in Northwest Jersey should be armed with safety tips as black bears begin the search for food after emerging from winter dens, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection.  Visit the County Website for more information.

A very wet spring is creating an environment in many parts of Morris County that is quite conducive to the breeding of mosquitoes, which already are causing a major nuisance for residents.  Visit the County Website for more details. 

Smart 911 is a service that allows residents to create a free Safety Profile for thier household that includes any information they want 9-1-1 and first responders to have in the event of an emergency.  View the flyer for more information and instructions on how to sign up.