Mayor and Council: Find out about the Township's elected officials and access their contact information.
Boards and Commissions: Access information related to the various boards and commissions, representing a full range of diversity in the City of Roxbury.
Minutes and Agenda: View archived minutes and agendas from the Township of Roxbury's various boards and committees.
With this system you will be able to review property tax data, lookup permit data, schedule a building inspection if you have an open permit on your property and accomplish many other task that normally you would have had to call or travel to a Township Office. The portal is powered by Spatial Data Logic. On some screens including the user guides you will see references to the SDL Portal and you will receive confirmation/update emails from "SDL Portal"
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Manager's Office: The Township of Roxbury is organized under the Council-Manager form of government. The Township Manager serves as the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the departments. Council establishes policy and direction for the Township Manager and departments.
Clerk's Office: The Clerk's Office is responsible for
Construction Department: The Uniform Construction Code (UCC) combines administrative regulations and technical standards adopted by the State of New Jersey for construction. The Construction Department of the Township has been established in 1976, to provide all the services mandated under the state UCC.
The primary responsibility of the Construction Department is to maintain the state mandated system for processing permits, performing inspections, to track and pursue code violations and unsafe structures. The permit process begins with plan review. This is to insure compliance with applicable codes and standards. Upon final inspections and approvals, the permit process ends when the project or installation is certified for occupancy and/or use. The ultimate goal is to make all buildings and structures erected in the municipality safe for the intended occupancy and use.
Engineering Department: Duties and responsibilities of the Engineering Department include the following:
Finance: The Finance Department is responsible for all financial transactions within the Township. These transactions include, but are not limited to the following:
Fire Prevention: Any fire inspection request in connection with a valid construction permit or prior to an issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy is the responsibility of the Fire Sub Code Official working within the Construction/Building Department. A Fire Official or Fire Inspector is on call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week and 365 days per year.
The Fire Prevention Bureau is responsible for fire safety throughout the Township of Roxbury. The main goal is to prevent fires and minimize the risk of loss of life and property through education and fire code enforcement. More on the Fire Prevention web page.
Health Department: Access information regarding health clinics, department divisions and useful tips to keep you and your family healthy.
Municipal Court: Roxbury Township Municipal Court is in session on Thursdays at 9:30 am and 1:30 pm. The public is invited to attend. See the court web page for more information, including how to pay tickets online.
Planning & Zoning: The Planning and Zoning Department is responsible for administering and enforcing the Township's Zoning, Subdivision, and Site Plan Ordinances. It also assists the Planning Board and Zoning Board. The department is involved in long-term planning of the community through Master Plan amendments and Land Development Ordinance revisions. The staff is available to answer any questions and provide assistance to residents who wish to appear before either board or apply for a zoning permit. The department is staffed with a full time zoning officer who reviews all zoning permit applications to ensure compliance with the zoning ordinance.
Police Department: Mission Statement of the Roxbury Police Department -
Our mission is for every member of this department to consistently pursue ways to enhance the quality of life in Roxbury Township. We are dedicated to a making a positive difference in our community and are dedicated to providing a safe environment to live, work and learn.
We will accomplish this mission by providing a safe community for our citizens with a focus on community policing. Our members will always strive to ensure we are positive role models in the community by maintaining our own ethical values. We will treat all citizens respectfully and will not pass judgment. We shall strive to promote compassion in our department and our community.
Public Works: The Division of Public Works consists of multiple operating departments including Roads, Equipment and Repair and Buildings & Grounds Parks. Public Works is also responsible for operating the Township Recycling Center and Clean Communities program. Additionally, Public Works oversees Trash and Recycling collection which is provided through a contract with Blue Diamond Disposal. The various departments employ a total of 48 employees including supervisors, foremen, drivers, laborers, equipment operators, and mechanics.
Recreation: The Recreation Department at Roxbury Township is proud to offer programs for residents of all ages. Here in Roxbury there are an abundant number of youth sports and activities, a lake complex which provides for summer beach fun, beautiful parks, immaculate athletic fields, playgrounds for the little ones and trails for the adventurous.
Social Services: The Roxbury Social Services provides Roxbury Township residents with necessary services and information based on individual needs and handling emergency situations in our community. We offer aid to the public with information and resource material. This department also serves on the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) where shelter and food for residents are needed during emergency situations.
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Tax Assessor: The main function of the assessor's office is to value all property in the municipality for tax purposes. The ultimate goal is to assess the properties so all property owners will pay their fair share of the revenue needed to finance the schools, municipality and county government. The assessor's responsibilities are governed by state law and monitored by the State Division of Taxation, the County Tax Board, and the County Tax Administrator.
Tax & Utilities Collector: The Tax & Utility Department prepares tax, municipal sewer and municipal water bills and maintains an accounting of all tax, municipal water and sewer collections and enforces the collection of delinquent municipal charges through foreclosure of municipal tax liens and municipal tax sales.
The Roxbury Township Historical Society owns and operates the historic "Silas Riggs Saltbox House", dating from the time of the Revolutionary War. Located at 213 Main Street in Ledgewood, it is open on the second Sunday afternoon of each month April thru December. They have published books on Roxbury Township History and sponsor an evening lecture series, open to the public, as well as the very popular "A Saltbox Christmas", an Open House with an Olde Fashioned Soup Supper, held on the first Friday in December.
The Roxbury Historic Trust has responsibility for the "King Canal Store" & the "King Home Museum" at 209-211 Main Street in Ledgewood. The Store and the Homestead Museum are open for tours on the second Sunday of the months of April thru December, from 1-4 PM. Overseen by volunteers from the Trust, this is well worth a visit. Operated by Theodore F. King from 1874 through 1928, the Store was originally built in 1826 and retains its turn of the Century appearance. The Trust is also restoring the adjacent 1881 Victorian House built by the King family. A newly restored Parlor and Exhibition rooms are open to the public. The Trust is very active and invites new members!