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  Roadway Paving / Milling

The township will start its roadway paving July 24th weather permitting. Areas to be milled and paved are as follows;

Tulip Ave to Woodsedge intersection. Woodsedge from Tulip down to CVS area. Milling and Paving. Thursday

Flanders Drakestown Road from School bus garage to Bridge by River Road. Milling and Paving. Thursday/Friday

Kemple Lane to River Drive out to Drakestown Road. Paving only

Shore Road from Route 46 (West end of Shore Road) towards Stephen State Park road and by Sand Shore School. Profile milling and paving.

At all areas sporadic roads closers will happen, flag men will be on seen and detours where needed.

Display signs will be set up for advance warning of work to be done.




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  Sale of surplus property online
Please be advised that the Township of Mount Olive, County of Morris, shall conduct a sale of surplus property online
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Council President, members of the Town Council, municipal employees, friends, relatives and fellow residents of Mount Olive, I thank you for the opportunity to report on the state of the Township of Mount Olive this year, and God willing, for many years into the future. Once again it is truly an honor to have been chosen by the residents to guide our Township and instill my vision as to Mount Olive’s future.



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From the Mayors Desk
There are always lessons to learn from the services which we provide at Town Hall.  This is particularly true with respect to our response to the Hurricane Sandy.  On November 15, 2012, the department heads met with my administration to discuss these particular issues.  The nature of our electric service, improvements thereto, our response to JCPL and the Governor in terms of our level of frustration was left for another day.  

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Trenton, NJ - Governor Chris Christie today announced that the federal government has extended disaster assistance for New Jerseyans impacted by Hurricane Sandy to all 21 counties, providing direct assistance to individuals and households in the aftermath of the historic hurricane Sandy. Individuals in all New Jersey counties are now eligible for federal disaster relief. New Jersey residents and small businesses in all 21 counties are now eligible for Individual Assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and U.S. Small Business Administration.


Township Budgets, Statements and Reports


Parks, Buildings and Grounds
Facility/Field Use Rules and Policies
Field Status for Daily Use

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Township Records Custodian, Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk
P.O. Box 450
Budd Lake, NJ 07828
973-691-0900 Ext. 7291
973-691-2080 Fax
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  Important Notices & News
Recreation Complaint Form
Winter Ice Activity Safety
Mount Olive Turkey Brook Maps
Public Hearing Notice approved by Green Acres
Fenimore Landfill FAQs - Roxbury
Annual Water Quality Report
Report for 2013, Results for 2012
County Housing Rehab Program
Automated Trash Collection
Lost and Found PETS
Job Opportunity
Corey Road Safety Improvement Project
Gardasil/ HPV vaccine offered free to residents through Mount Olive Health Department
  Township Health
Free Rabies Clinic
West Nile Update
Mount Olive TNR - Stray and Feral Cats
Pneumovax Vaccine
Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
MOT Available Vaccines
  General Information
2014 Solid Waste Holiday Schedule
Service Request / Repair Requests
Township Calendar
Township Directory
Township Payment Center
Land Use Information
Meeting Dates & Minutes
Bids/Request For Proposals/Public Auctions
Mount Olive Open Space
Mount Olive Dog Park
Job Opportunities
  Township News and Articles
New NJDEP Mobil Apps Available for State Parks
Trash Collection
Conversion to Automation (PPT)
Morris County collecting boat shrink-wrap for recycling
Mount Olive Township OEM
State of the Township 2012
From the Mayor’s Desk
Proposed budget has slight boost
What’s Happening Mt Olive
Mt Olive Chamber Elects New Officers
Mount Olive Senior Citizens Club
  Public Information
Annual Water Quality Report
Report for 2013, Results for 2012
Food Pantry
Foreclosures - First Steps
Tree Debris Clean-up
Tax Due Dates
Phosphorus Fertilizers (PDF)
NJ’s Clean Energy Program
Noah’s Ark Spay Neuter Hotline
Residential Street Lights
County Housing Rehab Program
Large item pick up program
HMFA Low Mortgage Rate for Fire and Police Personnel
Records Request Form
Permits, Applications, Licenses
& Fees



Mailing Address:
Mount Olive Township
Post Office Box 450
Budd Lake, NJ 07828

Physical Address:
Mount Olive Township
204 Flanders-Drakestown Road
Budd Lake, N.J. 07828

Main (973) 691-0900, Fax (973) 347-0860

Business Hours:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm (Monday thru Friday)

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