The Stillwater Township Environmental Commission is a nine-member (seven regular; two alternate members) board that was established to promote the conservation and development of the Township’s natural resources, to provide the impetus and take leadership in natural resources planning and to inform the public about local conservation programs and the need for conserving the natural resources of the Township.
The nine-member board meets on a monthly basis (second Monday of each month) at 7pm at the Municipal Building. The Commission maintains records of its meetings and activities and provides an annual report to the Township Committee.
The Daily New Jersey Herald and Sunday Herald are hereby designated as the official newspapers for legal publication for the Stillwater Township Environmental Advisory Commission.
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.