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Yes, zoning permits are required and are valid for 30 days and limited to 3 permits a year. Pods shall be located on the driveway at the farthest point from the street and be no closer than 10 feet from the property line. Pods are not to exceed 8 feet and 6 inches in height by 10 feet in width by 20 feet in length.
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They are available at the Department of Zoning and Housing Enforcement, located in the Construction Building.
Call the Department of Zoning and Housing Enforcement at 732-294-2066 or 732-294-5109.
A certificate of continued occupancy issued for the resale of a property shall be valid for a period not to exceed 120 calendar days from the date of issuance or until there occurs a change of occupancy
A certificate of continued occupancy issued for the rental of a property shall be valid for a period not to exceed 60 calendar days from the date of issuance or until there occurs a change in occupancy.
A fence can be up to 3 feet high, except for side and rear yards, where it can be up to 6 feet in height.
Fences are not permitted in easements. Call 732-294-2066 for information on corner lots.
Yes, but we recommend a few inches inside the property.
A shed can be a 1-story structure up to 192 square feet in area with a maximum height of 16 feet. It must be set back 5 or 10 feet from the property line, depending upon the zone.
Garage size is dependent on the zone and existing garage space. For example: a 3-car garage up to 864 square feet may be permitted on some properties that have no existing garage space. Garages must be set back 5 or 10 feet from the property line, depending upon the zone.
Contact the Department of Zoning & Housing Enforcement at 732-294-2066.
Snow and ice must be removed from all residential sidewalks located within close proximity to a public elementary or public middle school within 48 hours of snowfall. Commercial businesses must remove snow and ice from all commercial premises used by the public within 10 hours of snowfall.
See Chapter 278: Snow and Ice Removal § 278-1 Duty to remove.
All temporary signs, displays, and all other forms of temporary or competitive advertising are strictly prohibited by Township Ordinance: 190-175.
Yes, a copy of a legible survey of the property (drawn to scale) indicating all existing and proposed buildings, site improvements, and structures is required.
Yes, zoning permits are required for all proposed driveway replacement or expansions, including cases where new blacktop is being placed on an existing driveway. All driveways must meet a 5-foot side yard setback requirement and must not cause a violation of the impervious coverage requirement of the zone.