Sandyston Township
for information on how to protect our water supply with tips on litter, vehicle waste, recycling, etc.
Website last updated: Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Contact Us
Tax Office
Township Committee
Township Clerk
Land Use/Planning Board
Construction Department
Community Bulletin Board
Sandyston Township Volunteer Fire Department
Sandyston Township Historical Society
Emergency Management
Animal Control Information
Rain washes pollutants into storm drains and directly into our lakes, rivers and the ocean.
So what can you do?
Mailing Address: 133 County Route 645, Sandyston, NJ 07826
973-948-0783 (fax)
To Report a Lost or Abandoned Dog:
Jonathan Hagen, ACO

During Office Hours:
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
973-948-3520 x200/x201

After Hours:
Contact the State Police
Enter Block-Lot OR Last Name
Agendas, Minutes, Public Documents
TREX Community Challenge
Help the Sandyston collect plastic bags/earn a free bench
Click Here For Recreation Website
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Municipal Building Closed to the Public
The Sandyston Township Municipal Building is closed to the public until further notice and will be operating on a "drop off/pick up" basis. During this time, the municipal offices will continue to be staffed during normal business hours and we welcome your calls and emails and will assit you in anyway that we can. Please click the link below for an information letter on municipal department contacts. Please continue to practice "Social Distancing" and follow the directives offered by Governor Murphy, the State of New Jersey and the Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services. You may also find information on our "Sandyston Township" Facebook page.
Click here for informational letter
Construction Department Inspection Procedures Until Further Notice
Governor's Executive Order #122 As Pertains to Sandyston Township
Grace Period for Property Taxes Not Extended Letter
Letter from Mayor to Legislators regarding CARES Act Funding
Updated Information
Letter from Mayor Harper to Elected Officials June 2020
Vote by Mail Application for Sussex County
Estimated Tax Bills - Explained
Playground OPEN effective July 21, 2020
Free Rabies Clinics in Sussex County
Vote By Mail Letter from Sussex County Clerk, Jeff Parrott
Vote By Mail Frequently Asked Questions from Board of Elections
PIXEL at home COVID Test
COVID Winter Holiday and Celebration Guidance
Congratulations Committeeman Ronnie Green
COVID-19 Appointments through Sussex County
Best Wishes Fred MacDonald
On Your Retirement