Chester Township
1 Parker Road
Chester, New Jersey 07930
908-879-5100

Did you know that you can receive emergency information tweets, even if you’re NOT a Twitter user? Emergency tweets can show up as texts on your phone. Here’s how: text the message ‘follow @chestertownship’ to the number 40404. You’ll get a confirmation message, and will receive texts whenever the Chester Township Police or Office of Emergency Management […]

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All of the beautiful fall colors remind us about the ‘Chester in Fall’ photo contest going on right now! Be sure to submit your nicest fall photo to recreation@chestertownship.org for our Fall Photo Facebook contest. The photo with the most ‘Likes’ at the end of fall will be the winner. This fall has been perfect […]

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Vendors who wish to Peddle/Solicit must obtain a Peddler’s/Solicitors Permit, approved and issued by the governing body of  Chester Township. All individuals submitting an application must undergo a detailed background check. Permits are issued for a limited period of time, with duration ranging from a week to a year. Permits will have a photo ID on them. Residents […]

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The Chester Township Green Team is partnering with the UPS Store of Chester to offer our community the chance to safely dispose of sensitive documents through bulk paper shredding. Bring your bags and boxes of old tax returns, bank statements, receipts, medical statements, etc. to the UPS Store at 95 West Main St. in Chester […]

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Recently,  Chester Township received a Public Protection Classification Summary Report. We invite residents to forward this information to their insurance carriers as this may be helpful in reducing homeowner insurance rates. Please see the Forms on the Municipal Clerk’s page for the ‘Fire Protection Classification Report,’ and the ‘Fire Company Apparatus List’ to use when contacting […]

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Most private drinking water is drawn from wells.  Consumers are responsible for maintaining the quality of their private water supply by conducting their own testing and reducing potential pollution sources. These potential pollutants can be from bacteria entering into your well, acidic water corroding household piping, or household chemicals that contaminate groundwater after improper disposal […]

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