35 Municipal Drive Lumberton, NJ 08048 • (609) 267-3217
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Hours of Operation

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

2019 Recycling Collection Schedule

 July – 1st, 15th, 29th  

 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

 

*DONATIONS BEING ACCEPTED*

Donations in relief of the recent flooding in Lumberton will be accepted at the Township Municipal Building at the front entrance lobby beginning 8 AM, Monday June 24.

For those wishing to donate, only the following items will be accepted:

Cleaning Supplies

Repair and Restoration Supplies

Gift Cards (home improvement, department stores, etc.)

Please do not leave food or perishables, clothing, furniture or other in-kind donations and deliver any Gift Cards to the Township Clerk Office located on the right side of the building.

Any persons wishing to donate their time and labor to residents-in-need may contact the Township building starting Monday, June 24 at (609) 267-3217.

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

 

2019 ELECTION POLLING PLACES BY DISTRICT

Please note that District 4, 5 and 10 have been relocated to the new Emergency Service Building

# –  Location, address:

01 – Municipal Building, 35 Municipal Dr., Court Room

02 – Bobby’s Run School, 32 Dimsdale Dr., PAC

03 – Bobby’s Run School, 32 Dimsdale Dr., PAC

04 – Emergency Services Building, 34 Municipal Dr., Meeting Room

05 – Emergency Services Building, 34 Municipal Dr., Meeting Room      

06 – Municipal Building, 35 Municipal Dr., Community Room

07 – Municipal Building, 35 Municipal Dr., Court Room

08 – Municipal Building, 35 Municipal Dr., Court Room

09 – Municipal Building, 35 Municipal Dr., Community Room

10 – Emergency Services Building, 34 Municipal Dr., Meeting Room

 

 

2019 Lumberton Township Reorganization Meeting

Last night the Lumberton Township Committee Reorganized and welcomed Committeewoman Kendra Hatfield and Committeeman Ryan Tuno to the Board. Committeeman Sean Earlen and Committeewoman Kristin Januseski were unanimously selected as Mayor and Deputy Mayor for the year 2019.

My colleagues and I on the Township Committee 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 Sean Earlen 

Committeewoman Hatfield being sworn into office by Judge Haines.

Committeeman Tuno being sworn into office by Judge Bookbinder.

Mayor Earlen being sworn into office by Senator Addiego.

Deputy Mayor Januseski being sworn into office by Freeholder Tiver.

The 2019 Lumberton Township Committee

Committeeman Tuno, Deputy Mayor Januseski, Mayor Earlen, Committeeman Dwyer, and Committeewoman Hatfield

Lumberton Township Opens Glenwood Park Playground  in the Hollybrook section of town

Lumberton, NJ – October 5, 2018 –Utilizing a grant from the Burlington County Freeholders, Lumberton Township completely refurbished the Glenwood Park Playground in the Hollybrook section of town.  The Township will also demolish the existing tennis courts at the Village Green Park to make way for two brand new basketball courts and to purchase new playground equipment for the Canterbury Court playground.   Township Officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the Glenwood Park Playground on October 5, 2018 and expect to open the Village Green Basketball court by the end of October. Canterbury Court Playground construction is expected to be held off until the Spring of 2019.

Mayor Mike Mansdoerfer stated, “Lumberton Township is extremely thankful for the leadership of one of our fellow residents, Freeholder Director Kate Gibbs, along with the rest of the Burlington County Freeholders for their continued support of our town’s active and passive recreation needs.”   “Since the 2011, we have received $1,078,710.00 dollars in grant money from the county and these dollars have already produced a new playground here at the Village Green, along with a Dog Park, Community Garden and Canoe Launch on the Rancocas, we have added sports fields at our Municipal Building Complex as well as completely renovating all of our recreation amenities in the Bobby’s Run Section of town,” added Mayor Mansdoerfer. 

“We look forward to continuing our efforts to improving the recreation amenities our Township has to offer our residents and we look forward to opening our new Basketball Courts at the Village Green later this month,” added Committeeman Jim Conway, who serves as one of the Engineering Project liaisons to the Township Committee.  “With the continued assistance from the Burlington County Freeholder Board through the Municipal Park Development Program, we will be also able to open another new playground on Canterbury Court next spring and we hope to use future grant submissions to help transform the soon to be Township acquired Ironwood Outdoor Park so that all residents have access to its nature trails both on land and on the Rancocas Creek,” stated Committeeman Conway. 

The Lumberton Township Committee originally anticipated that the $200,000 grant would be used to construct an amphitheater.  However after due diligence was completed on the proposed site, it was determined to not be cost effective with all the DEP permit cost needed to authorize the construction of this project.  “We wanted to get the most bang for our grant buck,” Mansdoerfer explained.  “By shifting our efforts from the amphitheater, we were able to rehabilitate three parks.  Looking at these neighborhood improvements here in Hollybrook, I am glad we made this decision to focus on this park first.  I am really proud of the final result and look forward to seeing families enjoy this amenity,” he concluded.