CURRENT NEWS & ALERTS
Winter Storm Juno Update:
Governor Christie has declared a state of emergency and urges all nonessential personnel to stay off the roads...Chatham Township Municipal Offices will close today (1/26/15) at 3:30 p m and will be closed on Tuesday, January 27th... Read the full advisory here
An important message from your Fire Department
Please coordinate with your neighbors and speak with your plow drivers to ensure that the fire hydrant closest to your home remains clear of snow. Read the full advisory here.
Chatham Township Committee Advises Residents to Take Precautions in Advance of Winter Storm Juno
The Chatham Township Committee advised residents to take precautions in advance of Winter Storm Juno. As of Sunday evening, the National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for heavy snow with accumulations between 12 and 24 inches and high winds beginning late this evening through Tuesday at 6:00 PM.
Read the full advisory here.
Mayor Kevin Sullivan delivers his 2015 Statement
Good evening everyone, and welcome to Chatham Township’s 2015 Reorganization Meeting. I first want to welcome our two newest members of the Township Committee, Mrs. Karen Swartz and Mr. Mike Kelly. Read the full statement here.
Chatham Township Committee E-Newsletter
The Chatham Township Committee e-newsletter is designed to keep residents abreast of the activities of the various departments in the Township and increase their engagement in community-related activities. Click here to view the January/February edition.
Township Committee Passes Resolution Opposing Pilgrim Pipeline The Chatham Township Committee passed a resolution opposing the proposed Pilgrim Pipeline. Read more here and share it with your neighbors and friends.
Open Space History Made In Chatham Township
The Chatham Township Committee announced that the Morris County Freeholders voted unanimously to approve full funding of a $10 million Chatham Township open space application for the undeveloped portion of Giralda Farms and made history in the process. Read the press release here.
Protecting Your Home From Burglars
Chatham Township prides itself on being a safe and secure town, but recent burglaries remind us that we are not removed from or immune to crime. We want to remind you to take the necessary precautions to properly secure your home and for each of us to keep a watchful eye in our neighborhoods. Call the Chatham Township Police Department at 973-377-0100 to have your home assessed and please make note of these tips.
Board of Education Possible Referendum Projects
The Board of Education has been discussing the prospect of a potential referendum to finance certain capital improvements in the district. See the FAQ on the proposed referendum here and the Board of Education presentation here.
Black Bear Encounters
Learn what to do if you encounter a black bear in your neighborhood. Click here to learn more.