Important Information

It is anticipated that tax bills will go out the beginning of August.   That being said, the grace period for the August 1, 2021 property taxes will be extended from August 10th to September 10th. 
 
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Employment Opportunities

Chesterfield Township is seeking Part-Time Public Works Summer Help - $15/hr.
Successful candidates will perform seasonal work related to care and maintenance of municipal parks & facilities,
debris management/recycling, general cleanup duties, and support during various municipal projects and programs.
To apply, complete an application by printing via this link:  https://chesterfieldtwpnj.gov/images/clerk/employment-application.pdf
Email your completed application to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Or you can mail your completed application to:
Chesterfield Township
295 Bordentown-Chesterfield Road
Chesterfield, New Jersey 08515
Attn: Township Administrator

Chesterfield Township seeks Part-Time Crossing Guards
To apply, complete an application by printing via this link:
 https://www.chesterfieldtwpnj.gov/images/clerk/employment-application.pdf
Email your completed application to: 
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Or you can mail your completed application to:
Chesterfield Police Department
295 Bordentown-Chesterfield Road
Chesterfield New Jersey 08515
Attn: Aggie Napoleon

 

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CHESTERFIELD NEWS & NOTICES

  • 2021 Harvest Festival +

    2021 Harvest Festival
  • PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS +

    PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS Spring is here and many people are having work done to their homes and in their yards. While everyone wants to enjoy the benefits of improving our property, we need to be mindful of contractors who may not be entirely honest.One way to protect yourself is to require your contractor to obtain local and state permits, or show evidence that a permit is not required. Please note: All exterior improvements require a Zoning Permit. Here are some other things to keep in mind:- If a permit is required, is the contractor listed as performing the work or did they list the homeowner as the person performing the work? This is a trick used to keep their name out of the record in case something goes wrong with the work.- Is the contractor licensed to do business in the State of NJ?- Have you been provided with a written estimate that includes terms relating to deposits, payments, and delivery of the goods/services?- Did you obtain evidence of insurance coverage and is the coverage applicable to the type of work the contractor will be performing?
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