SOMERVILLE, NJ - Borough Hall, the Somerville DMV office and the local legislative office of Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-7th on North Bridge Street are curtailing operations, with all three locations closed to public access.
Effective Tuesday, March 17th Borough Hall will be closed to the public. The office staff will be available to assist by phone and e-mail, according to Borough Clerk Kevin Sluka.
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Also closed for the next two weeks is the Somerville Motor Vehicles Commission office; all NJDMV offices are closed statewide as a measure to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, according to MVC Chief Administrator Sue Fulton. She said offices will reopen March 30.

All drivers licenses, vehicle registrations and inspection stickers expiring before May 31 have been extended by two months.

Most renewals, replacements, changes of address, and other transactions can be processed online at


The Somerville legislative office of New Jersey Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-7th on North Bridge Street will also be closed, with staff working from remote locations to service constituents.

"Our teams in Washington, D.C. and in Somerville will continue working full-time for our constituents from remote locations.  Our physical offices in Washington and Somerville will be closed to visitors, and our mobile office hours program will be temporarily suspended," Malinowski said.

"The House Sergeant at Arms has notified us that access to the Capitol will be limited until at least April 1, 2020 to protect the health and safety of Members, staff and visitors.  The Capitol Visitor Center and the Capitol will be closed to all tours.  The White House is also closed to tours.  As a result, our office will not be able to conduct Capitol tours or coordinate White House tours until further notice," he added.

Services that will be provided:

  • Receive and respond to telephone calls.  If you need to speak to a member of our team you can call our Somerville office at (908) 547-3307. If call volume is high you may be sent to voicemail. We will do our best to ensure your call is returned promptly.
  • Provide casework assistance.  If you need assistance with a federal agency, we may be able to help. More information can be found at  
  • Answer correspondence.  The best way to contact our office for assistance is by submitting an email.
  • Schedule meetings.  If you would like to request a meeting with Congressman Malinowski or his staff, you can submit a meeting request or email staff directly.  Please note, as long as our telecommuting policy is in place, we will conduct meetings over the telephone rather than in person.