Sandyston Township
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Website last updated: Friday, July 19, 2019
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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:

During Office Hours:
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
973-948-3520 x200/x205

After Hours:
Contact the State Police
Enter Block-Lot OR Last Name
Agendas, Minutes, Public Documents
Sandyston Township Recreation
Next meeting is Monday, July 22, 2019
Meeting begins in the meeting hall at 6:30 pm
Always looking for new faces and new ideas!
Sandyston Township - Important Dates
TREX Community Challenge
Help the Girl Scouts collect plastic/win a free bench
April - November 2019
Click here for flyer!
Saturday, August 17, 2019 " DVUMC Chicken BBQ"
Saturday, August 24, 2019 " Tractor Parade"
Click Here For Website
Sandyston Township Recreation Website
Where is my Tax Bill???..... Update

About this time every year dutiful taxpayers search for their tax bill in preparation of the August 1 tax payment. This is just a friendly reminder that new tax bills are usually mailed in July but have NOT been mailed yet. While municipalities, schools and the County have adopted their budget, we now await certification of our budget.

Upon certification, the tax bills will be prepared and mailed to residents.

Should there be a delay in mailing the tax bills the due date of the August payment will be extended and will be clearly marked on your tax bill.

We anticipate mailing the Tax Bills the week of July 29th. Please check back to our website for updates.
Paving on A Portion Hotalen Road

On or about the week of July 29, a section of Hotalen Road will be paved. Please see the attached notice which was mailed to residents who live in this area.

Thank you for your patience during this time.
Notice to Residents

Sandyston worked on this legislation for four years.
 It was a collaborative effort between Sandyston , the Department of Environmental Protection and our Legislators of the 24th District! Several municipalities passed supporting resolutions, too. It all made a difference.

It was signed by Governor MurphyFriday, July 19, 2019

Thank you Assemblymen Wirths, Assemblyman Space and Senator Oroho for your support and work on Assembly Bill 2534/Senate Bill 1707 and Louis Crescitelli, Chief of Staff for Assemblymen Wirths and Space for guiding us through the process. Thank you to the New Jersey State League of Municipalities for supporting this Bill on our behalf!

We hope by the passage of this Bill it helps many other municipalities across the State Of New Jersey, as it will Sandyston, be able to preserve Open Space.
Assembly Bill 2534/Senate Bill 1707
Becomes Law!