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The assessment to sales ratio is 78.15% as of 2021.
The average residential assessment is $460,730.
Assessment appeals may be filed once a year between Nov. 15 and Jan. 15. Appeal forms and instructions can be downloaded from www.mynjappeal.com.
A Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Approval is issued to the owner upon completion of all inspections/priors. A copy may be requested.
To facilitate this change contact, Public Works at 856-235-3520, opt #2. The sanitary sewer system, water meter and sidewalks will need to be inspected before this change can occur. When selling or renting a property, you must also obtain a Certificate of Compliance from Moorestown Fire Prevention at https://www.bureauoffireprevention.com/certificate-of-smoke
The inspector will leave a receipt. There may be multiple inspectors depending on the project. Contact our office if further information is needed. You may also view the results on the public portal.
A copy of the permit, which identifies the scope of work, is provided upon issuance. Ask your contractor to provide you the receipt documents and construction placard. The permit belongs to the owner. The placard must be displayed in a noticeable area to the Inspector.
Contact Public Works at 856-235-3520, Option #2 for an inspection. The cost is $30.
The costs vary greatly, but usually it usually falls between 3% to 5% of the cost of work. The permit fees can be viewed on our website.
Inspections take place between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. and the person providing access must be an adult. Remember, there may be multiple inspectors on the same day.
To apply, please go to the 2nd floor of Town Hall at the Community Development Office.
Yes, a list of exempt work in accordance with NJAC 5:23 -2.7 can be found on the NJ state DCA website under ordinary maintenance.
Yes, a list of current codes is available on the NJ state DCA website under current construction codes.
The Township does not currently take debit or credit cards. Fines can be paid in person with cash/check/money order at the court offices. There is also a drop box outside of the court offices for your convenience. Fines can also be paid online with a credit or debit card at www.njmcdirect.com.
You can contact the court at 856-235-0922 to enter a not guilty plea. You can also find information about how to contest your ticket online at www.njmcdirect.com.
You can contact the court at 856-235-0922 to find out the cost of a ticket. You can also find information about how much a ticket costs by going to www.njmcdirect.com.
Court sessions are mostly conducted virtually through MSTeams. In person sessions are scheduled on Wednesdays and are held in the Cinnaminson Court Room, 1621 Riverton Road, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077.
Moorestown Court office is located at 1245 North Church Street, Suite 4, Moorestown, New Jersey 08057.
Points are assigned by the Division of Motor Vehicles. You can look at their website for information about points NJ Motor Vehicle CommissionPoints are assigned by the Division of Motor Vehicles. You can look at their website for information about points NJ Motor Vehicle Commission.
Visit our registration website at https://secure.rec1.com/NJ/moorestown-nj/catalog.
A participant can receive a refund on a program if the Recreation Department is notified in writing seven (7) days prior to the start of the program. There is a $10.00 administrative fee with the refund process. We do not pro-rate any program fees.
Please contact Rich Corbin to discuss possible Eagle Scout projects. Rich can be reached at RCorbin@moorestown.nj.us.
Contact Rich Corbin if you are interested in renting a township field or facility at RCorbin@moorestown.nj.us. Note: A completed application, certificate of insurance, and payment of applicable fees are required prior to renting a field or facility.
Contact Rich Corbin at Rcorbin@moorestown.nj.us.
The Department of Parks and Recreation maintains a courts light policy based on the time of year.
November 15 - March 31:
April 1 - November 14:
Park bathrooms are open from the beginning of April until the middle of November. The bathrooms are not heated, which requires the water to be shutoff during colder months.
Contact the Police Department at (856)235-1405 and follow the prompts or email email@example.com.
Contact the Water Tax Office at 856-235-0912 do find out information about your water bill or utilize our online payment tool.
Do not approach the animal. Let it leave on its own. You may wish to call a private local wildlife company, such as M&R Wildlife (856-786-6623) or New Jersey Animal Control (609-685-3384) for assistance; you may be charged for their services. You may also contact the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Fish and Wildlife for any questions or concerns. You can reach the NJDEP at 609-292-2965 or http://www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/contactform.htm. You may also visit their website at http://www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/. As always, if it is a true emergency, dial 911.
Residents must call Public Works at 856-235-3520, Opt #2 to schedule this pick up. Material must be curbside by 7 AM on your scheduled pick up day. These items may also be brought to the Public Works Center on Saturdays only between 8 am and noon.
Contact the County at 609-267-6889, 856-461-4141 or 609-499-1001 to find out why your recycling wasn't picked up.
Veterans, senior citizen and disabled persons can apply for a yearly deduction of $250 from their tax bill. Applications can be acquired through the Township Assessor. Find out more about tax collection and available deductions at our Tax Collection page.
In 2021, the tax rate in Fire District 1 was 2.687. The tax rate in Fire District 2 was 2.724. Find out more about Tax Collection at our Tax Collection page.
Yes, dogs need to be leashed at all times. For more details, all of our Township Ordinances can be researched by visiting the Township Code.
Business registration is done on the county level. Visit the County Corner in the Moorestown Mall or call them at 856-642-3833. You may also contact the County Clerk at 609-265-5188.
Yes, the Township has a noise ordinance. For more details, all of our Township Ordinances can be researched by visiting the Township Code.
No, the Township does not have an official Lost and Found department.
Vital records are not considered public records. There are certain restrictions as to who may obtain certain vital records. For more information, please visit our Vital Statistics page.
The mayor can be contacted by phone at 856-914-3001, where you can leave a message. You may also send the mayor questions or concerns via email.
Vote by Mail ballot applications are available online or in the Clerk's Office located at 111 West Second Street, Moorestown.
To find direct email and contact information for the Mayor other Township Council members, please visit our Township Council page.
Public records can be requested by completing the online Open Public Records Act request form. Click here: OPRA Application
Dog license applications may be purchased at the Clerk's Office located at 111 West Second Street in Moorestown. Licenses can be renewed by mail. To print an application, click here or visit the Township Clerk’s page.
Applications are available online or in the Clerk's Office located at 111 West Second Street, Moorestown, NJ 08057
To search for your district and polling place, you can visit NJ Division of Elections.
Please contact the Moorestown Business Association.
The Community House of Moorestown was, but is no longer, issuing the calendar.
It depends on the parade.
Independence Day Parade is the Moorestown Business Association.
Holiday Parade is the Moorestown Lions Club.