News and Announcements
Soil Importation Ordinance
Ordinance #2019-03, Amending Chapter XXVI Entitled "Soil and Soil Removal" was adopted on the second reading after a public hearing of the Mayor and Committee on April 9, 2019. Click here to read the 2019-03 ordinance.
Update to NJ Fire Code
Effective January 1, 2019 updates to the NJ Fire Code are in effect. These include updates concerning smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, and fire exinguishers. Click here to read the notice from the Frankford Township Fire Prevention Office.
Please be advised that on or about September 6 through September 20, several roads in Frankford Township will be resurfaced. The impacted areas include a portion of the following roads: Pines Road, George Hill Road, Mattison Road, and Mattison Reservoir Avenue. Expect delays and plan alternate routes.
Clean-Up with Clean Communities
Seasonal clean-up is underway with the Frankford Township Clean Communities. This is a great way for non-profit organizations, sport teams, PTAs, senior groups, etc. to earn money for the group. Contact Diane Brauchle at frankfordcleancommunity@gmail to schedule your clean up!
August 17 through October 25
The Frankford Plains United Methodist Church, located at 99 Plains Road, is sponsoring a clothing drive from August 17th through October 25th. Usable and wearable clothing and shoes for all seasons and all sizes—men's, women's, and kids'—are being collected, as well as accessories such as belts, purses, backbacks, and caps. Blankets, bed sheets, draperies, curtains, towels, quilts, and comforters are also being collected. Donations of stuffed animals are also accepted. Please drop off bagged items in the Carriage House (the long building on the road.)
Senior Social Series
Mondays, August 26–October 7 (not held Sept. 2), 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sandyston Municipal Building
“Wellness Initiative for Senior Education” (WISE) is a six-week wellness program for those ages 55 and up. Workshop topics include safe use of medications, alternatives to pain management, how to communicate with your healthcare provider, and how to make healthy lifestyle choices. WISE also provides participants with an opportunity to socialize with others and connect with services available to them in their community. A complimentary catered lunch will be provided at each session and a gift-card incentive is provided to those participants who attend five of the six WISE sessions. Funding for this program is provided by New Jersey Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Hosted by the Center for Prevention and Counseling. To sign up or for more information, contact Michelle at (973) 383-4787 Ext. 231 or email email@example.com. FREE. See flier.
Fish and Chips Dinner
Tuesday, October 1, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Frankford Plains United Methodist Church
Fish & Chips by Tastefully British. Dinner also includes homemade coleslaw, homemade sunshine salad, green beans, pickles, rolls, homemade tartar sauce, and homemade pies and cakes. Ticket prices: adults $16, kids $5. Advanced reservations only by September 29. For questions or to purchase tickets call 973-702-0334. Take outs are available starting at 5:15 p.m.