BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ-- Despite recently re-opening, Bordentown City Hall is closing to the public starting on Monday, November 23 until further notice due to the steady rise in COVID-19 cases and in an abundance of caution for City Hall staff and employees. 

Services for residents will continue, as City Hall staff will be working in the building during normal business hours.

To reach staff members if you have questions or need assistance, use the phone numbers listed HERE

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All payments may be dropped in the mail slot at the front door or can be completed using the City's online payment program. Payments may also be done through the mail. 

The Public Works Department employees will be working on a split schedule as was done early in the pandemic, however, services will continue without interruption.

The Bordentown Township Municipal Building has had restricted access since November 9. However, all Township employees are still working in the building and all services continue to be available. 

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