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Important Message: COVID-19 Relief Measures for Water and Sewer Utility Users

This notice announces relief measures for residential ratepayers experiencing economic hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please review this message in its entirety.

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Animal Licensing

Dog Owners:

Did you know all dogs 7 months or older must be licensed in NJ?

Dog licenses must be renewed each year.  Late fees ($5.00) begin on February 1st.  Please remember to bring your dog’s rabies and spayed/neutered certificates at the time of licensing.

Dog License Application

Cat Owners:

Cats 4 months or older require yearly licensing.  A $12.00 Licensing fee will be charged for each cat with late fees beginning February 1st.  Please remember to bring your cat’s proof of rabies certificate at time of licensing.

Cat License Application

For further information contact Borough Hall at 973-347-0252, 106.


No Dogs in Borough Parks

Recently, new signs have been erected in our Borough Parks to remind residents and visitors that dogs are not allowed in these public facilities.  Keeping our parks clean and safe will make them ore enjoyable.  we ask everyone for their cooperation in this matter.

Rabies Clinics

Free rabies clinics are sponsored by the Mount Olive Health Department and other health organizations through out the year.   Contact the Mount Olive Health Department at 973-691-0900, EXT. 7330.



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  • Netcong Food Bank
    on January 26, 2023 at 8:25 pm

    Borough of Netcong: This message is a remider about the Netcong food bank open weekly on Tuesday 9:00 AM - 12 NOON and Thursday 10:00 AM - 12 NOON. We do not ask for identification and provide assistance to Netcong and the surrounding municipalities. Our food bank is accepting contributions of perishable and non-perishable food items. We CANNOT accept items that are past their expiration date, or open packages. We can only accept perishable food items when the food bank is open. ALSO, the young lady who collects coupons and purchases shampoo, toothpaste and other personal items for our food bank has resumed her services and has requested we resume collecting coupons. Coupons can be dropped off at Borough Hall, with a volunteer during our hours of operation or in the gray dropoff box in front of the police station.

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