CURRENT NEWS & ALERTS
The major sewer line project will continue to impact traffic on the Southern Boulevard, Fairmount Avenue and River Road corridor. It is strongly advised that you plan an alternate route to avoid this area during the construction period which will last several weeks.
STARTING: Wednesday July 9, 2014
- Southern Boulevard "Southbound" between Fairmount Avenue and River Road will be closed for an indefinite period of time.
- Southern Boulevard Traffic will be detoured “Westbound" on Fairmount Avenue to River Road.
- Although detours will be posted, it is strongly encouraged that you seek an alternate route ahead of time to prevent extensive travel delays.
Follow the Sanitary Sewer System Modifications Project Updates by clicking here
Municipal Office Summer Hours through Labor Day
Monday through Thursday: 8:30am to 4:30pm
Friday: 8:30am to 1:00pm
On or about JUNE 30, 2014, a major sewer line project will impact traffic on the Fairmount Avenue and Southern Boulevard corridor. It is strongly advised that you plan an alternate route to avoid this area during the construction period, expected to last several weeks.
Dive into Summer!
Take advantage of everything Colony Pool has to offer this summer. From yoga and outdoor fitness bootcamp to relaxing on the beach and enjoying a cool summer swim. Register on Community Pass.
Chatham Township News Volume II, June/July, 2014
The Chatham Township June/July e-Newsletter is now available, click here to view
Office of the Mayor Proclamation
Mayor Sullivan declares June 19, 2014 ‘Ralph J. Pesapane’ day for his dedicated service to the School District of the Chathams over the past 42 years. view the proclamation
The deadline for residents to file their 2013 Senior Freeze (Property Tax Reimbursement) applications has been extended to September 15, 2014. For more information on this program, ways to contact the New Jersey Division of Taxation and details on how to pay your taxes online click here for the Tax Office.
Chatham Township Committee Establishes Presence on Facebook and Twitter
Seeks to Increase Communications with Residents and Area Businesses Complements Alert Chatham Township Now! Emergency & Community Alert System
Chatham Township Committee Launches Electronic Newsletter
The Chatham Township Committee today launched a bi-monthly electronic newsletter that is designed to keep residents abreast of the activities of the various departments in the Township and increase their engagement in community-related activities.
Chatham Township Committee Announces Plans to Increase Transparency
The Chatham Township Committee today announced that in the interest of encouraging transparency at all levels of government it will ... require that hyperlinks to draft ordinances and resolutions under consideration by the Committee appear on the Township website in advance of its bi-weekly meetings
Chatham Township Committee Launches
ALERT CHATHAM TOWNSHIP NOW! (ACT Now!) Campaign
campaign is designed to increase the number of individuals and local businesses
registered for the Township’s Emergency & Community Alert System...
If You Encounter a Bear
Here are some tips on what you can do to help decrease the presence of black bears in our neighborhoods. Michelle Smith, a biologist and bear educator for the State of New Jersey, Division of Fish and Wildlife, presented this important information to Township residents.
Passenger and Pedestrian Safety
Chatham Board of Health and the Madison Health Department remind all residents that it is important to take the necessary precautions while on the road to ensure the safety of Chatham Township’s children.
Important Information for Chatham on Household Medical Waste Disposal
Chatham Borough and Township Police Departments are working on Take Back events
and other drop off options and will inform the community when they become available.
Sanitary Sewer Systems Modifications
Public sewers service a significant portion of Chatham Township. There are two publicly
owned/operated wastewater treatment plants located within the Township. The Chatham Glen
Water Pollution Control Plant (WPC No. 2) is a small plant that serves the Chatham Glen
Condominiums and some residential homes. The Chatham Main Water Pollution Control Plant
(WPC No. 1) is the main plant serving most of the Township.