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Municipal Building 
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

Registrar of Vital Statistics
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

Tax Assessor
Wednesday Only 9:00am to 4:00pm

Tax Collector
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

Notary Public
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm

 

News

Honoring Township resident Owen William Livingston who achieved the rank of Eagle Scout

This past weekend Mayor Tuno and Deputy Mayor Hatfield were honored to present a Proclamation on behalf of the Lumberton Township Committee to Township resident Owen William Livingston who achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. For his project, Owen chose to clean 220 Veteran headstones, including the headstones of their families, in the oldest section of the Evergreen Cemetery located on Main Street in Lumberton, New Jersey. Additionally, Owen constructed a stepping path to the flagpole, installed solar lights around the flagpole, donated an American Flag and raised funds to repair a few of the broken headstones. Owen, Lumberton Township thanks you for your service to our community.

2020 Lumberton Township

Reorganization Meeting

The Lumberton Township Committee Reorganized and welcomed Committeewoman Rue Ryan to the Board last evening. In addition, Committeeman Ryan Tuno and Committeewoman Kendra Hatfield were unanimously selected as Mayor and Deputy Mayor for the year 2020.

“My colleagues and I on the Township Committee would like to welcome our newest Committee Member, Committeewoman Rue Ryan to the Board. We are looking forward to a productive year of working together to continue to make Lumberton Township a great community to live, work and raise a family.” Mayor Ryan Tuno.

Committeewoman Rue Ryan being sworn in by State Sen. Troy Singleton, with her husband and three children.

Mayor Ryan Tuno, with his two children, being official sworn in by State Sen. Dawn Marie Addiego.

Deputy Mayor Kendra Hatfield being sworn in by State Den. Dawn Marie Addiego, with her daughter holding the bible.

From right to left, Deputy Mayor Kendra Hatfield, Mayor Ryan Tuno and Committeewoman Rue Ryan.

Request for Proposals for Towing Services Year 2020-2023

TOWNSHIP OF LUMBERTON

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR TOWING SERVICES YEAR 2020-2023

  

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lumberton Township is accepting proposals for Police Towing Services 2020-2023. Said Towing Proposal Package may be obtained at the Lumberton Township Clerk’s Office located at 35 Municipal Drive, Lumberton, NJ 08048 and is available online at www.lumbertontwp.com.

 

Application packets must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked TOWING APPLICATION 2020-2023 to the Lumberton Township Clerk, 35 Municipal Drive, Lumberton, NJ 08048 no later than 11:00 a.m., on Friday, January 31, 2020.

 

Published by: Bobbie Quinn, RMC, Lumberton Township Clerk

 

Application for Towing Services 2020-2023

CVS EXECUTIVES & THE LUMBERTON TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE BREAKS GROUND ON THE NEW CVS RETAIL STORE LOCATED ON ROUTE 38

Photo credit from left to right: Jason Hughes, CVS District Leader, Committeewoman Kendra Hatfield, Mayor Sean Earlen, Deputy Mayor Kristin Januseski, Committeeman Jim Dwyer and Al Stein, CVS Real Estate Developer from Feinberg & McBurney.

Press Release – August 16, 2019, 

Lumberton, NJ – Yesterday Lumberton Township Committee Members and CVS Executives broke ground on the new CVS Pharmacy retail store to be located on the corner of Route 38 and Main Street (County Route 691).  This project has been in development since January of 2017, when the Township Committee moved to condemn the property for redevelopment purposes.  The Township ultimately did not have to go through with the condemnation proceedings because they were able to work with CVS Executives and the prior owners of the property to overcome the various obstacles presented which has allowed this project to became a reality.  

 “We are pleased to have been able to work with CVS to bring this exceptional ratable to Lumberton.  It will provide a significant benefit to our residents and serve as an anchor to the continued revitalization of the Route 38 corridor,” said Mayor Sean Earlen.

 “Lumberton offers CVS a great opportunity to expand our market.  The Township’s stable tax rate and commitment to its commercial partners guided CVS in its desire to come to seek this location for its next store,” explained Al Stein, Real Estate Developer with Feinberg & McBurney of Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

 “We appreciate that the Township Committee was able to help bring the former landowner and our client together and work through the developmental hurdles that can be present in abandoned properties such as this one,” Stein continued.

 This corner lot at the intersection of Route 38 and Main Street, County Route 691 has sat vacant since 2009 following a fire at the former gas station located on the property.  The project also includes the adjacent property which formally contained a restaurant.  CVS purchased the restaurant property on November 30, 2017 and went under contract with the former Exxon property at that same time until it was formally purchased on January 9, 2019.  Before closing on the former gas station property, CVS received its approvals from the Lumberton Township Land Development Board (LDB) to construct its store at the May 16, 2018 LDB meeting.  Under the Land Development Board approval, CVS is permitted to construct a 9,656 square foot building, with intended operational hours of 9am to 10pm, Monday through Saturday and 9am to 9pm on Sundays.

 Deputy Mayor Kristin Januseski stated, “CVS’s decision to locate its next store in Lumberton will transform this intersection and remove the blight that was left by the vacated gas station.  We look forward to this store’s opening which is expected to be in early December of this year and is expected to employ more than 20 full and part time employees.”

 

2019 Recycling Collection Schedule

  August – 12th, 26th

 September – 9th, 23rd  

 October – 7th, 21st

 November – 4th, 18th

 December – 2nd, 16th, 30th

Don’t forget you can download the Recycling Coach App to your mobile device for calendars, news and more! 

 

 Volunteers who wish to help out in Lumberton or any of the surrounding communities affected by the flooding may contact HELPNJNOW.ORG to learn how their talents can best be used. 

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FLOOD VICTIM ASSISTANCE

NJ211 has partnered with the County and Community Organizations Active in Disasters (COAD) to provide relief assistance to those affected by last week’s flooding. For info and to request help, call 2-1-1 or click icon above to visit the web page

Also, click below for helpful info on returning to your home after it’s been flooded!  

AFTER THE FLOOD FACTS

 

MULCH IS AVAILABLE AT THE PUBLIC WORKS YARD

Weekdays @ 7:00AM to 2:30PM    ~OR~

1st & 3rd Saturday of month @ 7:30AM to 1:30PM