35 Municipal Drive Lumberton, NJ 08048 • (609) 267-3217
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Hours of Operation

Municipal Building 
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

Registrar of Vital Statistics
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

Tax Assessor
Wednesday 9:00am to 4:00pm

Tax Collector
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

Notary Public
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

 

Department of Public Works

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35 Municipal Drive,
Lumberton, NJ 08048
(609) 267-3217

Hours: Mon - Fri  6:45am to 2:45pm

DPW Yard is Open to Residents on the  1st and 3rd Saturday of each month from 7:30am to 1:30pm

Free Mulch Available - The Public Works Department has mulch available for Lumberton Township residents only. It is piled next to the waste oil shed in the parking lot directly across the street from the  Municipal Complex.   There is NO topsoil or compost available.

News

Current Employee Guidelines & Contracts

Health Services in New Jersey

In a report by the Urban Institute, researchers project that for every percentage point increase in the nation’s unemployment rate, an additional 1.1 million people will lose health insurance coverage.  Of these likely uninsured, an estimated one million people – including 600, 000 children- are likely to be enrolled in Medicaid.

The Department of Helath and Senior Services is striving to promote the important safety net programs it offers to New Jersyans who need help.  Please visit www.nj.gov/health/quickinfo/index.shtml

Keep Lumberton Litter Free

Please do your part in keeping Lumberton beautiful and litter free.  If you see litter help the environment and our community by picking it up and disposing of it in the nearest trash or recycling receptacle.

 

Burlington County  Feral Cat Initiative

The BCCI and Lumberton Township are working together to promote the Trap, Neuteur and Release Program (TNR).  This program will allow for the proper training for feral cat caregivers who register with the Feral Cat Initiative ,and agree to participate in the program.  Lumberton has modified its ordinance to decriminalize the care of feral cats by trained caregivers, it is still illegal for people not participating in the program to feed wild and feral cats..  The goals of the program are to improve public health and safety while more humanely controlling the cat populations.  Feral cats who are safely traped will be neuteured/spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and ear tipped.  For more information please click on the link above or email your questions to info@njferals.org



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