The November Presidential Election will be conducted mostly by paper ballot. All Active Registered Voters will receive their paper ballot in the mail. Ballots will be mailed the first week in October. Voters have several options
to return their ballots:
a. Follow the enclosed instructions to properly complete and seal your ballot package.
b. Mail them back to the Board of Elections (as early as possible, but no later than 11/3/2020).
c. Drop them off in one of our Election Ballot Drop Boxes (boxes will be available after October 5, 2020).
i. Andover Borough Municipal Building
ii. Frankford Municipal Building
iii. Franklin Municipal Building
iv. Fredon Civic Center
v. Hopatcong Municipal Building
vi. Sparta Municipal Building
vii. Hardyston Municipal Building
viii. Newton Municipal Building
ix. Sandyston Municipal Building
x. Vernon Municipal Building
xi. Wantage Municipal Building
d. Drop it off at the Board of Elections office, 83 Spring Street, Newton (Bearer Law – bring your ID, you may only hand deliver your ballot plus three others)
e. Vote in person by personally delivering your paper ballot to your polling station on Election Day. You may not deliver anyone else’s ballot to the polls. Governor Murphy’s Executive Order #177 provides the use of voting machines only for disabled voters ** In Stillwater Township the only polling place for the 2020 General Election is in Town Hall from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.****
Stillwater Township offers residents a Recycling and Convenience Center for household trash and recycling.
Residents are able to view property tax information through the Municipal Software Inc. system. You may find a property by entering the property’s location or block, lot and qualifier.
Stillwater Township posts all information about bids and proposals for township projects on a dedicated page.