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

Taxes are due May 1st with a grace period until May 10th. Please have payment to the Tax Collector’s Office by that date as we don’t accept postmarks. If you have already paid your taxes, thank you. For your convenience, we have installed a secured lock box at the side entrance for after hours payments. If you are paying your taxes online, please […]

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There will be tire and battery recycling at the DPW garage at 65 Furnace Rd., Chester, on Saturday, May 5th from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon. Prices: car tires w/rim $6 each; car tires without rim $3 each; truck tires $8-$13 depending on size; large tractor and heavy duty truck tires charged $4.50 per ply; […]

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If your mailbox was damaged by a Township plow during winter storms, please contact Chester Township at (908) 879-5100 x828. Please read the following township ordinance for time and cost limitations.Requests for repairs or reimbursements must be received no later than May 1st. Mailbox repairs are ongoing. Thank you.

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Chester Township will be picking up appliances containing freon (a/c, refrigerators, etc.) on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.  Residents who are interested should contact Judy Irwin at jirwin@chestertownship.org or 908-879-5100 x812 and pay the required fee of $25.00 per appliance prior to pick up.  No appliance will be picked up if payment has not been received. The appliance must be curb side by 7:00 am the morning of May 8th.

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Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) has implemented its storm and staffing plans to respond to power outages as a result of today’s forecasted heavy snowfall and gusting winds.  JCP&L crews joined by other FirstEnergy Utility Company and contractor crews will continue to work throughout the day as long conditions allow. Customers are encouraged to […]

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From JCP&L: Crews have been dispatched to Pleasant Hill / Hillside and are at Mile Drive. A crew has been dispatched to fix a broken crossarm that is affecting power around Rt. 24 in Chester headed towards Long Valley. From Police Chief Williver: Looks like a lot of progress was made last night with restoration.  […]

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The Mayors are participating in their daily call with JCP&L. According to JCP&L president Jim Fakult, “Of the 10,000 customers still out from storm Riley, 7000 will be back in service today and the remainder by midnight tomorrow. Riley outages are still the priority. The estimated restoration time for storm Quinn outages is midnight Wednesday, […]

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