In New Jersey, the Municipal Clerk occupies one of the oldest and most important positions in municipal government. The Municipal Clerk's office is the hub of a municipality by virtue of the duties fixed to it by the state statute.
Secretary to the Governing Body
Record minutes of all public meetings
Handle municipal correspondence, both incoming and outgoing
Prepare meeting agendas
Advertise required resolutions and ordinances
Records storage and records management for borough records (
Form can be downloaded from the Forms and Document box on this page.
Secretary of the Municipal Corporation
Maintains custody of the official borough seal
Signs majority of official documents and attests signatures of municipal officials
Receives and maintains any legal documents served on the Borough
Election Official for all Borough Elections
Issues licenses: dog, kennel, marriage, liquor, bingo, etc.
Dog License Application Form can be downloaded from the Forms and Document box on this page.