Information on 3rd Qtr. Property Tax Billing

Click on the link below for information regarding 3rd Quarter Property Taxes:

Information on 3rd Qtr. 2020 Tax Billing

July 7 Primary Election Voter Information

Information Regarding the July 7th Primary Election:

On May 14, 2020 Governor Murphy issued Executive Order 144 ordering the July 7, 2020 Primary Election to be conducted primarily by Vote-By-Mail ballots with at least one polling location to be open in each municipality.

Vote-by-mail ballots will automatically be sent to all “active” registered Democratic and Republican voters without applying for the Vote-By-Mail ballots. Vote-By-Mail applications will automatically be sent to all “active” voters who are registered as Unaffiliated and all “inactive” registered Democrats, Republicans and Unaffiliated voters.  If you send in the application, a Vote-By- Mail ballot will be mailed to you.  All Vote-By-Mail  applications and return envelopes will have prepaid postage.

If you receive a Vote-By-Mail ballots for the Primary Election you will NOT automatically receive a Vote-By-Mail ballot for the General Election; this Executive Order is specific to the Primary Election on July 7.

If you do not wish to mail your ballot, drop boxes have been installed at the five locations listed below in Morris County.  You may drop your ballot in one of those boxes.  The boxes are all located outside the buildings listed and are under surveillance 24/7.  They resemble a USPS Blue Mailbox, but are Red, White & Blue and display “Morris County – Official Ballot Drop Box.”

The Vote-By-Mail ballots will be picked up on a daily basis and brought to the Board of Elections.  All Security measures will be followed when collecting and transporting the Vote-By-Mail ballots. Vote-By-Mail drop boxes will be closed at 8:00 pm, close of polls on Tuesday, July 7.  Locations are as follows:


  1. Morris County Administration & Records Building
    10 Court Street, Morristown NJ 07960
    (Outside front entrance)
  2. Mount Olive Municipal Building
    204 Flanders/Drakestown Road, Budd Lake NJ 07828
    (Parking Lot entrance to Municipal Offices)
  3. Rockaway Twp. Municipal Building
    65 Mount Hope Road, Rockaway, NJ 07866
    (Outside Police Department)
  4. Montville Municipal Building
    195 Changebridge Road, Montville, NJ 07045
    (In front of Municipal Building)
  5. Madison Municipal Building
    Hartley Dodge Memorial Building
    62 Kings Road, Madison, NJ 07940
    (Commuter Parking Lot 3)


If you have not received your ballot or application, you should contact the Morris County Clerk’s Office directly at (973) 285-6120.

Please note this is primarily a vote-by-mail election.  Only voters who are blind or disabled to the point of not being able to fill out a paper ballot will be able to vote on a machine at the polls.  The machines at the polls will be ADA-accessible voting machines.   Any other voter who appears at a polling place on Primary Day must vote by a provisional “paper” ballot.  Again, only a voter with disabilities may vote on the machine that has been specifically designed for blind or disabled voters who are unable to write or fill out a paper ballot. If you are blind or disabled you will be given a headset and an accessible device to allow you to cast your votes.

Please note that Vote-By-Mail ballots may not be taken to the polling locations.  They will not be accepted!

In addition to changes to the voting methods, the Executive Order requires poll workers to adhere to CDC guidelines as of July 7 regarding face coverings while in the polling place and requires poll workers to wear gloves when in contact with voters.

The Executive Order strongly encourages voters to adhere to CDC guidelines as of July 7 regarding face coverings while in the polling place, however, entry into the polling location cannot be denied for not wearing a face covering.

In addition to the changes at the polls, the order also suspends the requirement that Vote-By-Mail ballots be counted prior to the closing of polls. Instead, ballots may continue to be counted beyond the close of polls and continue until the counting is completed.  To be considered valid the Vote-By-Mail ballots must be postmarked on or before July 7, 2020 and received by 8:00 p.m. on July 14, 2020.

If you have additional questions or need further guidance, please contact the Election Official for Florham Park, Borough Clerk Sheila Williams at 973-410-5304.

Current Planning Board & Zoning Board Meeting Information

Click on the link below for information on participating in a virtual meeting.

Information For Attendees Participating in the Public Portion of the Meeting

Board of Adjustment:

July 1, 2020 Meeting

Click on the link below for Public Access to the meeting:

7.1.20 Virtual Meeting Agenda

7.1.20 Zoom Attendee Invitation

The following applications will be heard:

Application For:     Casalinho – BOA20-4

Application For:     Quintela – BOA20-5

Agenda: 7.1.20 Virtual Meeting Agenda

Planning Board:

July 13, 2020 Meeting

Click on the link below for Public Access to the meeting:

PB 7.13.20 Zoom Attendee Invitation

The following applications will be heard:

Application for:  Primrose School site plan – Application #20SP-2

Dropbox link:


2020 Census Information

Please click the link below for more information:

Census Information

You can respond right now, with or without your unique Census ID that was mailed in March. Please visit:

The website to view response rates is at:

Select New Jersey, then click City. In the dropdown, you will see Florham Park.  This map is updated daily.

New Water Rates in Florham Park


In accordance with Ordinance #20-4 the new Borough of Florham Park Water Utility rates for 2020 are as follows:

Residential- Minimum Bill $33.60

0-10 cu                                 $3.36

11-50 cu                                $2.60

51-100 cu                             $3.53

101-300 cu                          $5.04

301 and above                   $5.80

Commercial- Minimum Bill $50.40

0-10 cu                                 $5.04

11-50 cu                                $2.60

51-900 cu                             $3.53

901 and above                     $5.12

Four Way Meters- Minimum Bill $201.60

0-40 cu                                 $20.16

41-200 cu                              $2.60

201-400 cu                            $3.53

401-1200 cu                         $5.04

1201 and above                   $5.80

Click Here For News on Local Retailer Openings/Closures

Please try and support our local retailers whenever possible!  Please see information on local retailers by clicking on the link below.

Contact: with any questions or concerns.


A Current Florham Park Retail Establishment Status


NJ Affordable Housing Opportunities

Please click on the link for more information & how to apply for affordable housing opportunities in Florham Park.

Del Webb at Florham Park:

Del Webb – Age Restricted Condos

Afton at Florham Park:

Afton Affirmative Marketing flyer


Low – Moderate Income Housing:

Riverbend: 973-665-0050

Sun Valley: 973-635-1316

Park Ave Apartments (Ward Place): 908-364-7526 / 973-665-3295