BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Polls will be open Tuesday, June 6 from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the New Jersey 2017 primary election. Click here for sample ballot.
As a direct response to the safety concerns expressed by residents, parents, school and township officials, Berkeley Heights, with the approval of the Union County Board of Elections, has made the following changes in where residents will vote.
The polling location changes are summarized as follows:
Residents who vote at Governor Livingston High School, Rescue Squad, Fire Station, Woodruff School, and Runnells Hospital will continue to vote at those locations.
Residents who vote at Town Hall will now vote at the adjacent Community Center. Parking is as before.
Residents who vote at Columbia Middle School will now vote at the Community Center, next to Town Hall.
Those who vote at Mountain Park School will now vote at the Community Center next to Town Hall.
Residents who vote at Mary Kay McMillian School will now vote at the Fire House.
Residents may refer to the list of township streets and their respective districts by going to The Union County Website.
Senior Citizen bus services on Election Day will continue. All polling locations will have clear signage regarding parking and building entrances. Anyone who has questions or needs assistance, may contact the Town Clerk’s office at 908-464-2700.