Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
Show All Answers
Permit Parking: Pay an annual fee. Permits are for railroad commuter use only. It is further understood that a permit does not guarantee a parking space. Permits purchased for less than a full year will be pro-rated. There is resident permit parking and non-resident permit parking. Refer to Parking Map, pink spaces are resident permit parking and dark blue spaces are non-resident and resident permit parking.
Resident ID Tags: Tags are available to residents, at no charge, who commute infrequently. A limited number of designated spaces are available near the platform. A $5 daily meter fee must be paid. Refer to Parking Map, purple numbered spaces are resident meter parking with ID tag. Convent Train Station Parking Map
Meters are paid after you park your car and have obtained your space number. When facing the platform the pay stations are to the left. Excepts Master and Visa Credit Cards. Must use exact Currency: coin, $1, or $5 dollar bill. The machine does not make change or *refunds. Exact change only.
* no refunds will be made for any amount under $10. Bring your receipt ($10 or over) to the Township Clerks Office or call 973-656-2187 for further information.
You may also pay by phone: Use mPay2Park to pay-by-phone. Register online or download the mPay2Park free application. The initial registration takes only minutes, and once established a parking transaction takes even less time. There will be a $0.30 convenience fee for each parking translation. A days parking will cost $5.30 altogether when using mPay2Park. When an account is created you initially have to deposit $25, each subsequent parking transaction will then deduct from that initial $25. Visit mPay2Park's link. mPay2Park
Daily Metered Parking Refunds:Must use exact currency: coin, $1, or $5 dollar bill. Exact amount only! The machine does not make change or *refunds*No refunds will be made for any amount under $10. Bring your receipt ($10 or over) to the Township Clerk's Office or call 973-656-2187 for further information
Nixle, In order to receive Nixle alerts you must go to the website www.nixle.com and sign up for free. Then you must search Morris Township Police Department. Morris Township consists of multiple zip codes therefore in order to get important information from our police department you must sign up for notifications by adding the Morris Township Police Department manually.
You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. This way you receive up to date information on any device. Look for us on Facebook at Morris Township Police Department and follow us on Twitter @MorrisTwpPD.
You may also access your crash report via the internet. Please visit http://www.crashdocs.org/nj-morristownship and note there is also a charge for this service. While accessing the website simply enter your last name, date of the crash, and the incident report number. Accident Report Portal
For Motor Vehicle Crash Report visit link provided. Accident Report Portal
Mailing address: 50 Woodland Ave PO Box 7603Convent Station, NJ 07961-7603
Once a summons is issued only the court can address a summons. As soon as possible, notify your insurance company that you were involved in a crash. Your insurance company will advise you how to file a claim if necessary. Joint Municipal Court
If it's an emergent matter you may call the police desk at 973-539-0777.
If you receive an "advice only" statement, but do not have a mortgage company, use this statement to pay your taxes. Your mortgage company should send us a notice to remove your bank code. Tax Collector
*If you receive an "advice only" statement, but do not have a mortgage company, use this statement to pay your taxes. Your mortgage company should send us a notice to remove your bank code.
To obtain your property tax bill:
-Search Tax Records below-Call the Tax office at 973-326-7420-Visit the Municipal Building Tax office at 50 Woodland Avenue, Morristown
Property tax bills are mailed once a year in July and contain four quarterly payments. Taxes are due February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1. Search Tax Records
Sewer bills are due April 1st and October 1st.
* If you do not receive a sewer bill in January please contact the Tax Office at 973-326-7420 or visit the Municipal Building Tax Office at 50 Woodland Avenue, Morristown, NJ. Tax Collector
Mailing Address: 50 Woodland Avenue, PO Box 7603, Convent Station NJ, 07961-7603 at the attention of the Tax Department.
Physical Address: Morris Township Municipal Building- 50 Woodland Avenue, Morristown NJ, 07960
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 AM- 4:30 PM**
*Payment online using Edmund's WIPP allows you to make a one-time payment by credit card or checking account ACH payment.
**Please see question about after hours if you can not make it between office hours.
The Township now additionally offers direct withdraw for tax and sewer payments, please see question about direct withdraw.
Payments may also be made by using bill pay from your bank. When using bill pay make sure to include your block, lot, and qualifier(if any) and/ or account number in the memo. Payments lacking property identification may be returned. Please note, bill payments are not electronic, your bank converts these payments into a paper check that is mailed through the postal system. Keep in mind scheduling your payment to allow enough time to be delivered by the due date. We suggest at least 7-10 days. Pay Taxes and Utilities
Please fill out "Authorization Agreement for ACH Direct Withdrawals" Application(see link). Your application must be received in the Tax Office no later than 30 days prior to the due date.
* Please note: This authorization is to remain in full force and effect until the Township of Morris has received written notification from the applicant of it's termination(see link) in such time and in such manner as to afford the Township of Morris and Depository a reasonable opportunity to act on it. Application/Termination Form
Please note, bill payments are not electronic, your bank converts these payments into a paper check that is mailed through the postal system. Keep in mind scheduling your payment to allow enough time to be delivered by the due date. We suggest at least 7-10 days.
The State of New Jersey does not allow the use of postmarks for tax payment acceptance dates, so payments must be in our office by the end of the grace period by closing time on the due date.