Union Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey

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Public Notices

Union Township is receiving proposals for Geologist/Hydrogeologist Professional Services for Township Committee and Land Use Board. If you are interested in submitting your proposal, please see the attached.


Financial Documents

 

News & Notices

Michelle Trivigno, our tax assessor, will be on vacation from 4-14-14 through 4-17-14. If you need to speak with Michelle, please contact her
on Thursday 4-10-14 from 12:30-4pm or during regular office hours starting 4-21-14.


Tax Collector Kelly Hahn is back from maternity leave. For the month of April, Kelly’s office hours will be every Friday from 9am until 1pm.  Kelly will return to her regular schedule of Fridays, 9am-4pm in May. During the May tax payment period, additional hours will be posted online and on Kelly’s door. Best wishes to Kelly and baby Savannah.


We have a new initiative at our Recycling Center - we now recycle tires up to 36" in diameter, $3.00 per tire, cash or check; $6.00 per tire on rims. Tires accepted during Saturday morning recycling hours 8am-12pm; Union Township residents only!


Just a friendly reminder – Union Township does not pick up leaves and other tree debris. Please click here for suggestions on leaf and yard waste management from our Environmental Commission.


New Jersey Monthly magazine just rated Union Township, Hunterdon County #5 in their biannual survey of Top 100 NJ Towns. Five categories were considered: home values, property taxes, crime rate, school performance and lifestyle factors. For more information,
click here.


Get your online tax information here.  
Remember, you can now pay your Union Township property taxes online. Click here to be taken to our secure payment webpage.

If you choose to pay by check, please make checks payable to: Union Twp. Tax Collector
Mail check and stub to: Union Twp. Tax Collector, c/o PNC Bank, 39 Wal-Mart Plaza, Clinton, NJ 08809


JCP&L now has a special Well Water Customer List for homes and businesses dependent upon electrically operated private water wells. Call 1-800-662-3115 to be added to the Well Water Customer list, or complete the form that will be enclosed in future bill inserts.

JCP&L also has a new Critical Care list for households dependent upon electrically operated life-support equipment. Call 1-800-662-3115, and JCP&L will send you a form that must be completed and signed by your physician every year to verify that you have life support equipment. JCP&L will utilize this list to contact Critical Care customers by telephone if an outage effects electric service for more than 24 hours. The list will also be provided to county and municipal Offices of Emergency Management. You can learn more about this free service here.


Would you like to be better informed in case of a County-wide emergency? Register for alerts from the County Communications Center at http://co.hunterdon.nj.us/rapidnotify.htm.  In addition to weather alerts, the County may send out additional alerts where public health or safety may be endangered:  for example, large fires, chemical spills, public water contamination, or certain police activity.  Those who register can receive alerts on cell phones, home phones, or via email.  The registration process is simple and can be completed from home, work or a computer in a public place such as a library.  Residents who are unfamiliar, or uncomfortable, with computers should ask a family member to sign them up for phone notifications.


Register to receive email notices from the Township when the