ANIMAL CONTROL

     Alan DeCarolis  - 908-377-0808


                   DOG LICENSING

Maureen DeSimone -908-362-6663 ext. 235



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SENIOR INFORMATION

 FEMA LINK FOR WEATHER TIPS Click here

 Century Link High Speed Internet - 908-735-3000

Cold Weather Safety- Carbon Monoxide exposure warning from NJ Poison Control-

Click here

  POLICE DEPARTMENT

                EMERGENCY DIAL 911

​   Non- Emergency Dial - 908-362-7668


Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 - 4:00 pm.


Please go to the Recreation Department Link located at the top of this page and it will bring you to the Recreation page with all of its exciting programs being offered through 2019.

Quality on Tap Report for the year 2018, Water Results from the year 2017 - Click here. 

Ordinance Intro 11/7 Public Hearing 12/12/2018

Part-time seasonal snow plow drivers needed Applications due by November 26, 2018 - Click Here

PUBLIC WORKS/WATER COMPANY


Blairstown DPW Garage

25 Lambert Road

Blairstown NJ 07825


 908-362-8119




                                                                                                       WHAT IS STORMWATER POLLUTION?

​Water from rain and melting snow that flows over lawns, parking lots and streets is known as stormwater runoff.  This water, which travels along gutters, into catch basins and through storm drain pipes and ditches, usually is not treated, but then flows or is discharged into local waterbodies.  Along the way, the stormwater picks up trash (fast-food wrappers, cigarette butts, styrofoam cups, etc.) and toxins and other pollutants (gas, motor oil, antifreeze, fertilizers, pesticides and pet droppings).  The polluted stormwater can kill fish and other wildlife, destroy wildlife habitat, contaminate drinking water sources and force the closing of beaches because of health threat to swimmers.


Human activity is largely responsible for stormwater pollution.  Everything that we put on the ground or into the storm drain can end up in our water.  Each of us has a responsibility to make sure these contaminants stay out of our water.


For further information click here.

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NJDOT Route 94, Bridge Over Paulins Kill & CR 521 (Stillwater - Information)

An Official Appalachian Trail                           Community


 WARREN COUNTY COMMUNITY SENIOR

  CENTER- North Warren Location

                   505 Route 94 Columbia

                         (908) 496-4001​​

 Nov.  2018 Menu​                   Nov Activities

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SAVE THE DATE - Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018

Free Rabies Clinic - DPW Garage - 25 Lambert Rd. 9am-Noon. Dog licenses can be renewed.  Renewal letters being mailed soon.

BPU NJ Clean Energy Click here.

Call Us: (908) 362-6663

Blairstown Township 

WARREN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY

                          NOVEMBER 2018                         Thurs., Nov. 1 - Open Space Mtg. -  Cancelled

Mon., Nov 5 - Historic Preservation Mtg -               *Being held at Givens Belet at 6:30pm*


Tues., Nov. 6 - Election Day   


Wed., Nov. 7- Regular Township Committee

                                    Mtg. 7:30pm - Agenda

*Note date change due to League of Municipalities Conference* No Meeting 11/14

       

Mon., Nov. 19- Land Use Mtg. - 7:30pm -

                                                                                   

Wed., Nov. 28 - Township Committee

                 Workshop Mtg* - 7:30pm -




Blairstown Township

106 Route 94 Blairstown NJ 07825 

(908) 362- 6663 - Phone

(908) 362- 9635 - Fax

       Construction Code Department

  STATE Department of Community Affairs

     Located in this building but not a          Department of Blairstown Township.

                   Tues. & Thurs.  8-12

   (908) 362-6897 or (908) 362-6663 ext. 224


The Municipal Offices and DPW will be closed on:

Thursday & Friday - November 22 & 23 in Observance of  the Thanksgiving Holiday.

BLAIRSTOWN SENIOR TRIPS 2018 - Click on link, for further information contact

Mickey - 908-362-8919




Municipal Clerk/Registrar- 908-362-6663 ext. 230

clerk@blairstowntwp-nj.com


Deputy Clerk/Deputy Registrar/Purchasing - 908-362-6663 ext. 233

deputyclerk@blairstowntwp-nj.com

purchasing@blairstowntwp-nj.com


Chief Financial Officer - 908-362-6663 ext. 227


Assessor - 908-362-6663 ext. 228

warrencountynjassessor@yahoo.com

Wed. 8-11


DPW - 908-362-8119

blairstowndpw@gmail.com


Affordable Housing Liaison - 908-362-6663 ext. 234

                                                          

Land Use Secretary/Clerical Asst. to Zoning Official - 908-362-6663 ext. 221

landusesec@blairstowntwp-nj.com

Mon-Thurs. Noon-4pm


Recycling Coordinator - 908-362-6663 ext. 235

recycling@blairstowntwp-nj.com


Recreation - 908-362-6663 ext. 232

recreation@blairstowntwp-nj.com


Tax Collector/ Water - 908-362-6663 ext. 226

taxcollector@blairstowntwp-nj.com

Mon-Tues-Wed 8-4 

Thurs & Friday 2 weeks each Tax quarter


Zoning Official - 908-362-6663 ext. 231

zoning@blairstowntwp-nj.com

Mon.  9-4  Wed. 1-5


Taxes Due:  November 1 with a ten day grace period, November 12 would be the last day to pay without penalty but the Township Offices are closed on the 12th so you have until November 13 to pay without penalty.

Warren County Seniors- 2018 Farmer Market Vouchers are available - Click here for more info.

Preliminary information regarding Route 94 Bridge over Paulins Kill Subject to change - Shoulder closures for Construction sign installation begins Wednesday November 14.  Proposed Start Date of Alternating Traffic Friday, November 30.  This project anticipated to be completed in Spring 2020.

General Info           

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BLAIRSTOWN HISTORIC PRESERVATION

                        COMMITTEE

Click on Boards & Committees to visit the Blairstown Historic Preservation Website

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Adopted Ordinances from 2017 and 2018 Can be found inGovernment







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OPEN BURNING REGULATIONS

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Ordinance Adopted after Public Hearing 11/7