Our township is a charming, small town, with a rural atmosphere. It is dotted with beautiful lakes, golf courses, and recreational facilities. The township boasts an excellent school system, outstanding police department, and dedicated volunteer rescue squad and fire organization.
Starting Wednesday, May 29 through Friday, August 30, the Township will have summer hours as follows:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday hours: 8AM to 4PM
Wednesday hours: 8AM to 6PM
Friday hours: 8AM to 1PM
The week of July 1 is an exception; Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday hours will be from 8AM to 4PM
The building is closed for holiday observance on Thursday and Friday, July 4 and 5
The Township Committee passed a resolution in support of Assembly Bill A-2753 which would direct payment of energy taxes directly to municipal government. They are now urging all of its citizens to show their support by writing their legislators to support this Bill and companion Bill S-1923 from the Senate. Click here for contact information along with a copy of the Bill.
A resolution demanding ten days credit to be awarded by Service Electric Cable TV and Communications to the Township of Andover for loss of service during Superstorm Sandy. Read resolution
Session will begin on Monday, June 24 and continue on Tuesday and Thursday evenings ending on Thursday, August 27, with the following exception: no class on Tuesday, August 13. The fee is $80 (20 classes at $4 per class). The program takes place at the Hillside Park Hall. Classes are 1 hour from 7 to 8 PM with instructors incorporating a variety of aerobics, body shaping and floor work exercises using hand weights, exercise ball and bands (not provided). Bring an exercise mat for floor work. Please call 973-383-4280, ext. 224 for additional information or just come to the class - registration forms will be available there for your use. Please make checks payable to Andover Township. DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM
The Department of Community Affairs recently announced that supplemental benefits are available through the federally-funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Eligible households do not need to reapply for the program to receive supplemental benefits. The benefits are available because LIHEAP funding for the year increased beyond the original projection provided by the federal government. read more