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Welcome to the Borough of North Plainfield. Thank you for visiting North Plainfield's website. We hope you will find it useful and easy to navigate. Please visit often to learn about all the news, activities, and services North Plainfield has to offer.


EMERGENCY NEWS

During flooding or inclement weather, or when emergency sirens sound - listen to North Plainfield Radio: 1630AM


Emergency Notification Program Overview

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LATEST NEWS

Businesses Need to File Recycling Tonnage Reports by March 2

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Go Paperless, Go Green, with Your Sewer Bill!

The Borough of North Plainfield is offering a voluntary automated paperless sewer billing program which will allow you to receive your sewer bill via e-mail. The program is only applicable to SEWER bills and bears NO COST to the homeowner. For any homeowner wishing to enroll, the program will begin with the 2016 billing cycle. If you chose NOT to enroll in automated billing, you will still receive a paper bill from the Borough in March 2016. Please print out this form, complete the information and forward to the Sewer/ Tax Collector's Office. If you have any questions please call 908-769-2908. We also would like to remind you at this time that you can pay, or determine balances owed on, your sewer and tax bills on-line through our Payment Portal.


Property Tax and Sewer Account Payments/Inquiries

The Borough of North Plainfield is proud to announce that property tax and sewer account information and on-line payments are now possible through this website. Click on the link below for access to current property tax and sewer charges, and delinquent property tax and sewer balances (including current interest and lien status of a property). Assessment and ownership information is also available.

Web Info Payment Portal


Tax Prep Assistance Available in Somerset County

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Essay Contest to Address Underage Drinking Prevention

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Have You Gotten A Flu Shot Yet? If Not, What Are You Waiting For?

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Valentine's Day concert at the Mansion

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'First Saturday of the Month' Drop-Off Event Feb. 6

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It's Not Too Late To Get A Flu Shot

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Rental Assistance Available to Somerset County Residents

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Update on Snow Clean-up/Removal Operations

Mayor Michael Giordano wishes to inform residents and businesses that massive snow clean-up and removal operations are continuing throughout the Borough. Additional resources from private companies have been brought in to assist this effort. The Mayor thanks all residents for their cooperation in refraining from driving and parking on the streets.

In order to continue the cleanup efforts please note that vehicles parked on signed snow emergency streets are being ticketed and towed as cleanup operations proceed, and will continue to be ticketed and towed until all those designated streets are cleared.

The Mayor and Police Chief have determined that street cleaning regulations will be suspended through Wednesday, January 27. Beginning Thursday, January 28 the regulations will go back into effect to facilitate further snow clearing operations.

Sidewalks must be cleared of snow for the safety of children and pedestrians. Property owners whose sidewalks remain snow covered are subject to fines.

Please help protect yourself, your family and your property, by clearing snow from around fire hydrants.

Make sure all your furnace, hot water heater and dryer vents are clear of snow to prevent deadly carbon monoxide gases from backing up into your home. The same applies to your vehicle's exhaust pipes.

Motorists are reminded to slow down and be extra careful for pedestrians and schoolchildren who may be walking in the streets. Motorists also need to be careful of blind corners and driveways, and re-freezing of roadway surfaces.

Mayor Giordano would like to express his gratitude for the patience, determination and helpfulness of all residents as we continue recovery operations from this historic storm.


PSE&G Prepares for Approaching Storm System

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Somerset County Prepares for Predicted Snow Event

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Applying for a Marriage License or Civil Union License

Requirements for Applying for a Marriage License or Civil Union License.

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Garage Sale Ordinance

Per Ordinance No. 10-03 - a new Garage Sale Ordinance has come into force, effective today (March 29, 2010). The application fee is now $10.00 instead of $5.00. Permits are now two days in duration instead of three days, and applicants are now allowed to take out three permits/year instead of two. Click here for new Garage Sale application form

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Federal DOT Battery Regulation

Due to a new Federal DOT regulation, starting Jan. 1, 2010 Somerset County Recycling will no longer pickup household batteries curbside.

Homeowners Guide to Proper Household Battery Management

Battery Clarification Letter

Types Of Batteries to Recycle


Press Release Archive


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