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«ORCNAC YNOHTNA ROTARTSINIMDA PIHSNWOT GNIDLIUB LAPICINUM 2022-219 )379( EUNEVA NIATNUOM 001 7722-219 )379( XAF 18070 YESREJ WEN,DLEIFGNIRPS November ...»

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ORCNAC YNOHTNA

ROTARTSINIMDA PIHSNWOT GNIDLIUB LAPICINUM

2022-219 )379( EUNEVA NIATNUOM 001

7722-219 )379( XAF 18070 YESREJ WEN,DLEIFGNIRPS

November 2013

Dear New Resident/Business:

Welcome to Springfield and thank you for choosing Springfield as your new home or business!

This “Welcome to Springfield Guide” * is intended to help you get familiar with the operations of the Township government.

Additional and more detailed information is available on our website at http://www.springfield-nj.us or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/springfieldtownshipnj Town Hall and other municipal offices are open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Please feel free to stop by.

On behalf of the Mayor and Township Committee, welcome to Springfield; a great place to live, work and raise a family.

Sincerely, TÇà{ÉÇç VtÇvÜÉ Anthony Cancro Township Administrator *Funding for the mailing and production of this Guide was provided by Investors Bank of Springfield Welcome to Springfield Guide Township of Springfield Directory All Emergencies (Police, Fire, Ambulance)..........9-1-1 Police (Non-emergency)

Fire (Non-emergency)

Board of Education

Construction Office

Court

Emergency Management Department...............973-376-1058 Engineering Department

Finance Department

Fire Prevention Bureau

Health Department

Library

Office of the Mayor

Public Works Department

Recreation Department

Recycling information

Tax Assessor

Tax Collector

Township Administrator

Township Clerk

Vital Statistics/Registrar

Zoning Office

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Office of the Township Administrator Administration includes the Township Administrator, the Township Clerk, Deputy Clerk and Registrar. The Office of the Township Administrator is the focal point of the administrative operations. The Township Administrator is the CEO of the Township and responsible for the day to day operations and overall management of the Township’s workforce. The Administrator also assists in the development and oversight of the operating/capital budgets. The Administrator is appointed by the Township Committee to implement the policies established by the Governing body.

Anthony Cancro, Township Administrator anthony.cancro@springfield-nj.us Springfield Town Hall 100 Mountain Avenue Springfield, New Jersey 07081-1729 Phone: 973-912-2202 Fax: 973-912-2277 Township Clerk The Township Clerk serves as the secretary of the municipal government, as the local election administrator and as secretary to the governing body, providing a variety of administrative services. This office receives, distributes and assigns correspondence on behalf of the Township Committee; assists in preparing Township Meeting agendas, resolutions, proclamations, ordinances and public meeting minutes. The Clerk maintains official Township files and records.

Linda Donnelly, RMC - Township Clerk - Linda.Donnelly@springfield-nj.us Springfield Town Hall 100 Mountain Avenue Springfield, New Jersey 07081-1729 Phone: 973-912-2201 Fax: 973-912-2277 Registrar of Vital Statistics The Registrar issues marriage licenses; certified copies of birth, marriage and death certificates; licenses dogs and cats.

Loretta Werner, Registrar - loretta.werner@springfield-nj.us Town Hall - first floor 100 Mountain Avenue Springfield, New Jersey 07081-1729 Phone: 973- 912- 2285 Fax: 973-912-2277 Hours for marriage applications are 8:00 am – 3:30 pm. (Please call before coming to the Office to make sure a Registrar is available). The Registrar's office is responsible for providing Marriage, Civil Union and Domestic Partnership Licenses.

The cost for all licenses is $28. Application for these licenses must be made in the community where either applicant resides. If both applicants live out of state, then they must apply in the municipality where the ceremony will take place.

When applying, the couple must bring their Driver’s license with current address, Passport or Vehicle Registration or Insurance; if applicable, divorce decree, death certificate for previous partner or termination of prior civil union or domestic partnership. There is a 72 hour waiting period from the time of application to receipt of license. Couples are advised to make application no later than one week prior to the wedding date. At the time of application, the couple must be present and accompanied by one witness at least 18 years of age or older and MUST speak English. You may apply up to 6 months in advance. Certified copies of marriage licenses, civil union licenses, domestic partnership licenses, and birth and death certificates must be obtained in the municipality where the event took place. The fee for this service is $8 for death certificate and $10.00 for certified marriage, birth, civil union and domestic partner copies. (Please call before coming to ensure availability of the Registrar).

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING

Prepares plans and designs specifications for public works projects and consults the Department of Public Works regarding routine repair and maintenance of Township infrastructure. Supervises the operation, maintenance and repair of the Township’s infrastructure projects (i.e. drainage improvements, road improvements, etc.). Inspects major development projects that received Planning Board or Board of Adjustment approvals. Prepares grant applications from County, State and Federal sources. The department includes; Engineering, Planning and Zoning, Zoning Enforcement and Construction Office.





Arthur Elias - Consulting Township Engineer - Part Time Sam Mardini – Assistant Township Engineer - Full Time - sam.mardini@springfield-nj.us Annex Building (across from Town Hall) 20 North Trivett Avenue Springfield, New Jersey 07081-1729 Phone: 973-912-2219 Fax: 973-912-2283 Engineering Responsibilities · Review and issue grading/drainage permits for both public and private projects.

· Prepare grant applications for HUD Community Development and Department of Transportation State Aid projects · Oversee Township infrastructure projects (i.e. drainage improvements, road improvements, etc.) · Consult with Department of Public Works regarding routine repair and maintenance of Township infrastructure · Provide consultation to residents regarding site grading and storm water management.

· The Planning Board Engineer is the Administrative Officer to Township Planning Board.

· Review Building Permit Applications and issue permits.

· Review Zoning Applications and issue Zoning Permits Building/Construction Office The Uniform Construction Code is administrated by the Construction Official. The Code includes the Building, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Sub-code officials and Inspectors, which serve to enforce the various codes adopted by the Uniform Construction Code. Construction permits are required for most projects in strict accordance with the requirements of the State of New Jersey Uniform Construction Code - N.J.A.C. 5:23.

Jerry Eger, Construction Code Official - jerry.eger@springfield-nj.us Annex Building (across from Town Hall) 20 North Trivett Avenue Springfield, New Jersey 07081-1729 Phone: 973-912-2220 Fax: 973-912-2283 Please contact the Building Department if you are unsure as to what approvals and permits will be required for your planned projects. The Building /Construction office is open M-F 8:00am - 4:00 pm and on Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 pm Construction Official will have office hours to meet with residents on Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 pm.

Zoning approval must be obtained prior to applying for Building Permits. You may obtain a zoning Permit application by visiting the Township website at http://springfield-nj.us/departments/zoning-office.html Change of Tenancy approval is required for all new businesses.

Zoning Office Zoning ordinances are administrated by the Zoning Official. Zoning permits for all site improvements as well as all necessary zoning approvals are required prior to the issuance of a Construction Permit by the Building Department.

Sarah Lieberman, Zoning Official Annex Building (across from Town Hall) 20 North Trivett Avenue Springfield, New Jersey 07081-1729 Phone: 973-912-2219 Fax: 973-912-2283 Zoning Ordinances are administrated by the Zoning Official. Issuing zoning permits prior to the issuance of a Construction Permit is done by the Zoning Official. Zoning approvals are required for all building use and for all changes in use or tenancy of any rental space, building, or property. If zoning permit is denied, the matter is referred to the Engineering Department for placement on one of the following Boards; Development Review Committee (DRC), Planning Board or Board of Adjustment.

Zoning office hours: Monday and Thursday 11:45 am -3:15 pm.

Tuesday evenings 4-6 pm.

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

Office of the Treasurer/Chief Financial Officer The Finance Department includes the Treasurer's office which administers the financial affairs of the Township, including purchasing, general accounting, salary and benefits administration, investments, preparation of bond issues as well as the accounting of all Township capital projects.

Michael Quick, Treasurer, Chief Financial Officer - Michael.Quick@springfield-nj.us 100 Mountain Avenue – second floor Springfield, New Jersey 07081-1729 Phone: 973-912-2279 Fax: 973-912-9125 Tax Assessor The Tax Assessor is responsible for the equitable assessment of all real estate and manages tax appeals in the Township.

Ed Galante, Tax Assessor - edward.galante@springfield-nj.us Springfield Town Hall – second floor 100 Mountain Avenue Springfield, New Jersey 07081-5402 Phone: 973-912-2208 Fax: 973-912-2277 · The Tax Assessor is also responsible for maintaining the equitable assessment of all properties including new construction, improvements to existing construction, demolitions and major and minor subdivisions within the municipality. Other responsibilities include processing deeds, processing building permits for assessment purposes, maintaining and updating assessment records, complying with all county and state mandated regulations, handling appeals (including accumulating income and expense records for tax appeal defense at the Union County Board of Taxation and the New Jersey State Tax Court), processing applications for exemptions or deductions, and compiling financial and other assessment data.

· A number of factors are considered when properties are being assessed such as quality of construction, number of square feet, condition, and location. If an improvement is done to a property such as an addition, the property would be reassessed according to its increase in value. Property owners seeking reductions in their assessment may file an appeal on or before April 1st of each tax year to the Union County Board of Taxation or the New Jersey Tax Court.

· Tax and assessment information can also be attained by logging onto the Union County web site at www.UCNJ.org For more information from the State of New Jersey regarding local property taxes and assessments please click this link: www.nj.gov/treasury/taxation/localtax.shtml Tax Collector The Tax Collector bills and collects taxes and assessments. Enforces timely payments by taxpayers, delivers delinquency notices, and calculates interest on delinquencies as well as holding annual tax sales. The Tax Collector is also the Tax Search Officer. Duties include checking all details on property tax bills for any changes or corrections, notification to banks as well as local residents. Added and omitted assessment bills are treated the same way as regular tax bills. Deductions are applied for eligible senior citizens and veterans. A purchaser of a property formerly owned by a senior citizen is billed on a pro-rated basis from the date of closing.

Mary Jo Walsh, Tax Collector - Maryjo.Walsh@springfield-nj.us Springfield Town Hall - 1st Floor 100 Mountain Avenue Springfield, New Jersey 07081-1729 Phone: 973-912-2204/2205 Fax: 973-912-2277 Real estate taxes are due quarterly on or before the first day of February 1st, May 1st, August 1st, and November 1st.

Property Tax bills are mailed annually in June of each year and include four-quarterly tax installments. February and May quarterly installments reflect one half of the prior year tax billing. The August and November quarterly installments are finalized to conform with the tax rate each year. You are now able to make tax payments online, either by debiting from your checking or saving account or by using your credit card at https://www.cit-e.net/springfield-nj/cit-eaccess/TaxBill_Std/?TID=132&TPID=12728%3E. The Tax Office also has the ability to automatically debit your account each tax quarter.

Municipal Court Municipal Courts are statutory courts of limited jurisdiction having responsibility for motor vehicle traffic violations, disorderly and petty disorderly criminal offenses, municipal and county ordinance violations, certain penalty enforcement codes, health code violations and all other proceedings within the territorial jurisdiction of the Township.

Practice and procedures are governed by New Jersey Court Rules and the Municipal Court Judge is responsible for overseeing the administration of his or her Municipal Court Mary Jo Banchansky, Court Administrator - maryjo.banchansky@springfield-nj.us 100 Mountain Avenue – second floor Springfield, New Jersey 07081-1729 Phone: 973-912-2213 Fax: 973-912-2287

The Honorable Jonathan Rosenbluth is the Municipal Court Judge.

The Violations Office is open on Mondays from 8:00 am. - 3 pm. and on Tuesday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4 pm.

Court is in session on Monday at 5:00 pm. Master Card and Visa are accepted for payment of fines. Pay tickets on line at: www.njmcdirect.com. The Springfield Municipal Court is located in the Town Hall, on the second floor. After hours payments can be made using the Court Payment Box located at the Springfield Police entrance on South Trivett Avenue.

Health Department Effective December 1, 2012 the Township of Springfield has entered into a shared service agreement with the Borough of Madison, Department of Health to provide all State Recognized Public Health Activities and Minimum Standards of Performance for Local Boards of Health in New Jersey under NJAC 8:52-1.1 et seq.



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