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The following Ordinance was adopted at the Washington Township Committee Meeting on September 17, 2018.

 

 

 

RO-14-18

N ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF MORRIS, AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY AMENDING CHAPTER 111, LAND USE PROCEDURES, AND CHAPTER 217, ZONING, TO ESTABLISH THE “VETERANS MICRO HOUSING UNIT” AS A CONDITIONAL USE IN THE R-5 WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP CONSERVATION ZONE FOR U.S. VETERANS

 

Residents have a long history of volunteering for their community. Volunteers perform many functions that are vital to our community. Each year, many of our residents offer their time, energy, knowledge and talent to our municipality by serving on one of the Fire Companies, the First Aid Squad, or on one or more of our boards, commissions, or committees.

If you have interest or expertise in a particular area and a desire to volunteer, Washington Township needs you! Please consider volunteering and supporting your community. Many opportunities exist.

For more information about the Long Valley First Aid Squad, click here.  

Fore more information about the Schooley's Mountain Fire Company, click here.

For more information about the Long Valley Fire Company, click here.

For more information about the Fairmount Fire Company, click here

For information about serving on a Township Board or Committee, click here to view the application and a description of Boards & Committees in the Township. Currently there are open postions on the following:  Historic Preservation Commission, Recreation Advisory Committee and the Municipal Utilities Authority.

 

Paving of the following Township roads is planned for 2018:

  • Cindy Lane, in its entirety, .31 mile, milling and base repairs scheduled to begin 6/19 for approximately three days. Road will be passable but please proceed with caution. Paving anticipated for 6/22 or 6/25 dependent on weather.COMPLETED
  • East Springtown Road, from Camp Washington Road to Naughright Road, .75 mile, during June. Vehicular access will be limited for one to two days for milling and paving during which time detours will be in place.COMPLETED
  • Old Farmers Road, beginning at East Mill Road.  COMPLETED

Oil and Chip is planned for West Springtown Road (1.52 miles) and West Valley Brook Road (1.59 Miles). Portions of Reservoir, Frog Hollow and Tall Timber will also be oil and chipped.

The County plans to pave East Mill Road from Schooley's Mountain Road to East Valley Brook Road, 2.4 miles, September 17, 2018. 

 

The following Ordinances was introduced at the August 20, 2018 Township Committee Meeting.  There will be a public hearing at the September Township Committee Meeting:

 

 

RO-14-18

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF MORRIS, AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AMENDING CHAPTER 111 LAND USE PROCEDURES, AND CHAPTER 217, ZONING, TO ESTABLISH THE “VETERAN’S MICRO HOUSING UNIT” AS A CONDITIONAL USE IN THE R-5 WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP CONSERVATION ZONE FOR U.S. VETERANS - INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING

 

 

RO-15-18

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF MORRIS, AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AMENDING CHAPTER 217, ZONING, ARTICLE II, ZONING DISTRICTS, TO ESTABLISH A C-1 AHRO AFFORDABLE HOUSING REDEVELOPMENT OVERLAY - INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING

 

 

Morris County Park Commission's 2018/2018  Deer Management Program. 

Schooleys Mountain Park is included in this years program. This program and its implementation are consistent with the regulations of the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife.  

Please note this is not a recreational hunt. The controlled management program is being conducted to help reduce and maintain deer populations at level that allow for the re-establishment of native plant communities within the park system that have been severely damaged by deer overbrowsing. These communities are critical for the sustainability of our preserved areas and for the support of native wildlife species. The Morris County Park Commission has attempted to reduce the public inconvienience of park closings by limiting the number of dates on which the parks will be closed to the minimum number that we feel can ensure a successful program. 

2018/2019 Deer Management Program Schedule

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