MONTVILLE, NJ – Mayor Frank Cooney and the township committee, in conjunction with the township’s Office of Emergency Management, Police Chief Andrew Caggiano and the township’s health department have declared a local state of emergency on March 16. The declaration allows for flexibility in government operations, closes the municipal building to the public, and allows township staff flexibility in their work hours.
Residents are encouraged to utilize online payment options, the U.S. mail, or the yellow drop box located in the parking lot at the Municipal Building to pay their taxes, water bill, obtain licenses and other services. Residents are encouraged to email for routine inquiries.
The Montville Township Committee meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday, March 24 has been changed from 8 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. because of the governor’s curfew.
As was announced on Friday, March 13, township buildings cannot be accessed for group activities, no new activities will be scheduled, all Recreation Department events are cancelled through March 27, and all parks, playgrounds and recreation facilities including the Dog Park are closed until further notice.
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