News and Announcements
June 14, 7:00 PM
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Municipal Offices Are Open to Public
With COVID-19 restrictions lightening, we have reopened to the public as of June 1, 2021. We do request, however, that if you have any tax bills or
documentation that can be readily dropped off in our lock box (on the left hand side of the front doors to the Municipal Building), that you continue to do so.
Pop Up COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
The Sussex County Health Department will be holding COVID-19 vaccine clinics throughout the month of June. No appointment is needed, just walk in. Must be 18 years old or older. If you need transportation call Skyland Ride at 973-579-0480. See the schedule of clinics at sussex.nj.us/cn/webpage.cfm?tpid=17480#popup.
Energy Bill Assistance Programs
JCP&L encourages customers to arrange payment plans and apply for bill assistance programs to avoid unmanageable balances.
These programs can help alleviate growing balances for customers having financial difficulty. See the First Energy website for more information.
Second Phase of COVID-19 Restriction Easing Takes Effect on May 19
The easing includes the complete removal of the outdoor gathering limit; an increased indoor gathering limit; the complete removal of all percentage-based capacity limits for indoor businesses, outdoor businesses, and houses of worship, and an increased indoor large venue capacity. Additionally, the prohibition on indoor interstate youth sports competitions is being lifted. See our Coronovirus Information page for details.
COVID-19 Vaccination Eligibility Expands to Everyone Over Age 16
Beginning Monday, April 19, the eligiblity for a COVID-19 vaccination has been expanded to include everyone 16 years old and older. See the Coronavirus Information page for details.
Free COVID-19 Testing Locations
The Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Health announces that it will be adjusting the rotation of the County’s COVID-19 testing site locations. The change of the COVID-19 testing locations will occur due to the steady demand for testing in certain areas within the county, while demand decreases in others. Sussex County hopes to best serve our residents by providing free COVID-19 testing to our community. Click here for press release and testing schedule.
Community Emergency Response Team
The Office of Emergency Management is looking for Township residents to start a CERT and become better prepared to respond to emergency situations right here in your own community. CERT members must be at least 18 years of age. Training will be provided free of charge. For more information and application, download the flyer or call OEM Coordinator Jeff Lewis at 973-479-7203 or Cathy Palazzolo at 973-876-4452.
Sussex County Senior Times is a publication of the Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Senior Services. It is a free newsletter chock full of information and tips for seniors.
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