Upcoming Meetings & Events
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.
Municipal Offices Hours
The Township municipal office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Check this website for each department's hours of operation. Some employees participate in shared services agreements with other townships. Other departments are open on a part-time basis.
Township issues newsletter for December/January. View online
Motorists Urged to Be Cautious for Deer on Roads
Download notice from NJ EPA
Forest Lake Construction Notice
Starting on or about September 3 a portion of Forest Lake Drive will be closed during the rehabilitation of the lake's dam. Click here for the letter containing details.
2013 Municipal Budget
2012 Municipal Audit
Township Committee Supports Assembly Bill A-2753
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
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
Susquehanna Roseland Project
The site reliabilityproject.pseg.com
includes a town-by-town construction schedule which explains the Project activities currently taking place.
Any and all public concerns or questions about the S-R Project should be directed to 1-888-771-7734. This is the dedicated Hotline number set up specifically for the Project, and calls are typically responded same day or within 24 business-day hours.
The Project is in full permit and regulatory compliance, and is under steady monitoring by those agencies with jurisdiction.
Recycling/Trash Pickup Updates
Garbage Delay Fact Sheet
| 2014 Schedule
FREE E-Waste Collection
The Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority (SCMUA) is sponsoring a FREE E-Waste Collection Event
Saturday, March 15, 2014 – 7:00 am – 2:00 pm
Limit: Up to 5 Units PER VEHICLE.
Please refer to www.scmua.org
for more information
Mini Exercise Session
Month of March: Mondays and Thursdays from 7 to 8 PM at the Hillside Park Hall. Please call Robyn 973-383-4280, ext. 224 for additional information. DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM
Take Advantage of this TWO-FER Offer!
Try the exercise class with a friend the month of March.
Two for the price of one. Call Robyn 973-383-4280 x224 for dates, times, and additional information.
NYC Bus Trip
Rescheduled to March 22. Tickets available - $18 for residents/$21 for non residents.
Clean Communities Day
Saturday, April 26. Please contact Robyn at 973-383-4280 x224 to register your group (minimum of 10 per group).
Recreation — Save the Date
Friday, March 28, 7-9:30 p.m.at Hillside Park Hall for Andover Township 7th & 8th graders. DJ and snacks provided.
Easter Egg Hun
Saturday, April 12 at noon at Hillside Park.
YMCA Summer Camp
June 23–August 29. The YMCA is offering a 10 week program at Hillside Park from June 23 to August 29. Financial Assistance is available through the Y. For more information, contact June Papa at 973-209-9622, extension 217 or visit the Y website for more information and application. Deadline for summer camp Financial Assistance is April 15, 2014. Download registration form
Andover Child Study Team Offers Assistance
Assistance is available for children with developmental delays or disabilities, ages birth-21, including those who are homeless. If you think your child is experiencing physical, sensory, emotional, communication, cognitive, and/or social delays, call the Child Study Team to discuss the services offered. 973-940-1234, ext. 323.
Low Energy Assistance Program
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
Storm Emergency Notices/Updates
Storm information has been moved to its own page