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

Are you interested in seeing how your tax bill breaks down between municipal operations, the schools and the county? We invite you to use our interactive finance program. Step 1– download the document ‘Finance Program – 2019‘, which will work in Excel and also in Numbers (but not in Google Sheets) Step 2– open the document on […]

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NJDOT launches enhanced 511NJ.org travel information website (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials announced the launch of an updated and enhanced version of www.511NJ.org, the State’s traveler information website. This is the first time the website has seen any significant enhancements since the original 511 website was launched in 2010. Since then, it has […]

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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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JCP&L has some exciting news for residential customers regarding payment assistance of utility bills.The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ (DCA) Division of Housing and Community Resources (DHCR) recently announced the launch of “DCAid,” a new user-friendly eligibility screening tool designed to help New Jersey residents find available utility and housing assistance programs. The eligibility […]

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The Board of Education of the Chester School District has passed a Stigma-Free resolution, becoming the latest school district in the county to do so, joining the majority of Morris County towns participating in the countywide effort to eradicate the stigma associated with mental illness and substance use disorders.  Both Chester Borough and Chester Township […]

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P From PSE&G: As cold weather and temperature fluctuations often lead to increased energy use and higher bills, PSE&G reminds customers that the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is accepting applications for financial assistance with heating and cooling costs. The LIHEAP program is run by the State of New Jersey Department of Community […]

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Morris County is piloting a program for seniors and disabled residents to employ a new, easy-to-use state benefits system that allows residents in Morris Co. to file applications for various benefit programs (PAAD, Lifeline Utility, Medicare Savings program, etc.) from one online program/account. Please click here for details:  

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