ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- With municipal facilities closed to the general public as communities seek to slow the spread of coronavirus, Robbinsville Township officials have announced that "drop boxes" have been set up for residents to file important paperwork such as taxes and construction applications
On Sunday, Robbinsville announced that recommendations of the County, State, and National health organizations, as well as local Emergency Services organizations, regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic led to a decision to close all Township facilities, including the Municipal Building and Court beginning on March 16. All non-essential meetings at these locations have been postponed until further notice.
Drop boxes have been placed in the rear of Robbinsville Municipal Building located at 2298 Route 33 for the public's convenience. For general mail and tax, residents should use the upright box. Documents for Planning and Zoning, Construction and the Clerk's office are labeled to the left of the rear entrance doors.
Documents and applications, including fees/payments and tax payments, can also be mailed to the respective department. The use of online services is strongly encouraged. The deadline for renewing or obtaining dog licenses has been extended until further notice. For inspections, contact the construction office at (609) 259-3600 for more information.
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