The Ordinance Committee Meeting scheduled for December 2, 2020 has been CANCELLED and will not be rescheduled.
The Open Space Advisory Committee Meeting scheduled for September 14, 2020 has been CANCELLED and will not be rescheduled.
Message from the tax office!
The Tax Bills will be mailed by the end of July. The last day to pay the August quarter will August 25th and the new due date will be on the bills. The public is still encouraged to utilize the drop box located by the glass doors in front of Town Hall on Virginia Avenue. Payments, paperwork and rebate forms can left in this box and will be completed and returned to you. Payments can also be mailed to our office, paid online thru the Township’s website, paid by phone at 866-572-9477 using the tax account # on your tax bill or paid using online banking thru your bank. (The convenience fee of $1.05 for using an e-check will be credited to your next tax quarter). The fees charged for payments made by credit/debit will not be credited. Please go to our department page for additional tax office information.
Pursuant to Executive Order No. 103, Governor Phil Murphy declared that a Public Health Emergency and State of Emergency exists in the State of New Jersey as a result of an outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (“COVID-19”), a contagious, and at times fatal, respiratory disease.
Please be advised, on April 8, 2020, Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 120, postponing and rescheduling primary elections scheduled for Tuesday, June 2, 2020 to Tuesday, July 7, 2020 in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Township of Monroe is pleased to announce the acquisition of a parcel of land that is adjacent to the Monroe Township Bike Path and will be converted to a parking area providing access to the trail for residents & visitors. Located on Sykes Lane, off Tuckahoe Road, this will be a convenient location for runners, bikers, and walkers to access the trail. Thanks to the joint efforts of the Township Council, the Environmental Commission, the Open Space Advisory Committee, and Sustainable Monroe Township, in achieving this goal for the community. As part of the Circuit Trails, (https://circuittrails.org/) this 6.36 mile multi use paved trail begins on the Monroe side on Bluebell Rd, across from the Monroe Township Police Dept, and parallels Rt 322 and ends at RT 47 in Glassboro. Monroe Township’s “Salem” oak, a seedling tree from a 500-year-old oak will be our first addition this spring. Come out with the family and/or friends to enjoy the scenery and solitude of this wonderful multipurpose trail.
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