Clerk FAQs


Street lamp outages can be reported directly to the power company at this site. You will need the nearest house address, cross street, and pole number.

Government Records Request Forms are available in the Municipal Clerk’s office (OPRA Form) or by clicking here. The Government Records Request Form contains complete instructions and fee schedule.

All meetings have an “Open to the Public” portion to afford the public time to speak to the Mayor and Township Committee about questions or concerns.

Stillwater’s Mayor and Township Committee hold public meetings two times per month (except one meeting in June, July, August and November). They meet at 7pm on the first Tuesday and the third Tuesday of the month.

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Your dog must be licensed annually by January 31st. Licenses issued after February 1st are subject to a $5.00 per month late fee.

All dogs kept within Stillwater must be licensed by the time they are seven (7) months or have their permanent teeth.

Residents can license their dogs and cats at the Municipal Clerk’s office Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please remember to bring proof of your pets rabies vaccination (must be valid through November 1st of the licensing year) and alteration papers if not already on file with the Municipal Clerk’s office.

Annual license fees are as follows: Dog, neutered/spayed – $11.00 Dog, not neutered/spayed – $14.00 same calendar year) (There is no fee for licensing a seeing/hearing or service dog for the handicapped.)

If your dog their tag you may obtain replacement tags through the Municipal Clerk’s office.

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The Municipal Clerk’s office can provide you with a “change of party” application. The application must be received by the Sussex County Clerk’s office fifty-five (55) days prior to the Primary Election. Forms can be obtained at the Sussex County Board of Elections website.

Voter registration deadline is 21 days prior to an election. Voters may register after the deadline, but will not be eligible to vote in the election immediately forthcoming.

You can register to vote at the Sussex County Clerk’s office or by mail. Voter Registration Forms are available at the Municipal Clerk’s office, or can be downloaded from the Sussex County Clerk’s website.

The Municipal Clerk’s office can provide you with an absentee ballot application which you mail to the Sussex County Clerk’s office. The application must be received by the Sussex County Clerk at least seven days prior to the election if mailed or by 3:00pm on the day prior to the election if you appear in person at the Sussex County Clerk’s office.

The sample ballot that registered voters receive in the mail contains all polling information. Or you may find out by visiting this link.

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