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Liberty Township News Board

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Lifeguards Wanted - Part-Time Seasonal

Applications are now being accepted for the following Liberty Township position:

  • Life Guard – part-time position, open water certification required, seasonal

Employment application available at

Please submit completed application with resume to Municipal Clerk, Liberty Township, 349 Mountain Lake Rd, Great Meadows, NJ 07838 before July 6, 2020. EOE.

Warren County Primary Election

2020 Budget – Introduced & Adopted

2020 Census Response Rates

as of 06/09/2020

Kindly motivate your friends, family members and your loved ones to complete their census online, via phone or via mail.  It is easy, simple and it is a requirement to report every household member only once and at the right place.  Data drives dollars for local services in schools, after school programs, roads, transportation, public assistance, health care needs and much more.  It is important to report our data in an accurate manner. 2020 Census data will be utilized for the next 10 years to fund our local programs and services.  For every person that is not counted during census, the community loses $20,000 over a period of 10  years. This would lead to  a great economic burden on our local  County/ town/ Community resources.  The numbers below are in percentages.

Phillipsburg town Phillipsburg Tract 309, Warren 54.2
Phillipsburg town Phillipsburg Tract 307, Warren 55.6
Hope township Hope Tract 312, Warren 59.3
Knowlton township Knowlton Tract 312, Warren 59.3
Liberty township Liberty Tract 312, Warren 59.3
Frelinghuysen township Frelinghuysen Tract 311.02, Warren 63.4
Hardwick township Hardwick Tract 311.02, Warren 63.4
Washington borough Washington Tract 320, Warren 64.2
Phillipsburg town Phillipsburg Tract 308, Warren 65.8
Lopatcong township Lopatcong Tract 306, Warren 65.9
Phillipsburg town Phillipsburg Tract 306, Warren 65.9
Blairstown township Blairstown Tract 311.01, Warren 65.9
Hardwick township Hardwick Tract 311.01, Warren 65.9
Franklin township Franklin Tract 321.01, Warren 67.6
Harmony township Harmony Tract 318, Warren 67.9
Mansfield township Mansfield Tract 315, Warren 68.3
Belvidere town Belvidere Tract 317, Warren 69.3
Independence township Independence Tract 313.01, Warren 69.9
Hackettstown town Hackettstown Tract 314.02, Warren 70.1
Greenwich township Greenwich Tract 323, Warren 70.1
Pohatcong township Pohatcong Tract 323, Warren 70.1
Washington township Washington Tract 319, Warren 70.4
Hackettstown town Hackettstown Tract 314.01, Warren 70.5
Oxford township Oxford Tract 316.02, Warren 70.7
Alpha borough Alpha Tract 324, Warren 72
Allamuchy township Allamuchy Tract 313.02, Warren 73.7
Lopatcong township Lopatcong Tract 322, Warren 75.2
White township White Tract 316.01, Warren 75.7
Greenwich township Greenwich Tract 321.02, Warren 79.7
Lopatcong township Lopatcong Tract 321.02, Warren 79.7

Kudos to everyone who is working hard to improve self-response in the County of Warren.  Here are the response rates across the top 7 counties in the State.

Warren 68.8
Burlington 70
Bergen 70.1
Somerset 72.3
Burlington 71.4
Hunterdon 73.3
Morris 74.7

Let us get to the top in the State!

Vote By Mail Primary Election

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July Primary Election

On Friday Governor Murphy issued Executive Order 144 ordering the July 7 Primary Election be conducted primarily by vote-by-mail ballots with at least one polling location open in each municipality.

Vote-by-mail ballots will automatically be sent to all “active” registered Democratic and Republican votes 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. All vote-by-mail applications and return envelopes will have prepaid postage.

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 ballot must be postmarked on or before July 7, 2020 and received by 8:00 p.m. on July 14, 2020. Please note vote by mail ballots may not be returned to the polling location.

The order also suspends the requirement to mail sample ballots. Instead the appropriate county official will send a notice of the voter’s polling place, information on where to obtain a sample ballot prior the election, a statement indicating that a sample ballot will be available at the polling place on the day of the election, and, if applicable, information on a county website where a sample ballot may be viewed.

Each county will be responsible for securing at least 5 ballot drop boxes and place them in locations that are readily accessible to the registered voters within the county. The security of the ballot drop boxes and schedule of ballot pickup must conform to the standards established by the Secretary of State.

In addition, each county must open at a minimum at least one polling place in each municipality. Provided that sufficient poll workers are available, each county must open a minimum of 50% of its polling place. The county may open more than the minimum number of polling places. The County Board of Elections should select polling places based on geographic location and population density to best serve the voters of each municipality. Any voter who appears at a polling place on Primary Day must vote by a provisional ballot, except that a voter with disabilities may vote on an ADA-accessible voting machine.

2020 Summer Recreation Program

6 Week Program - Monday, June 29 - Friday, August 7

Ages 5 - 12

Please Note – If you are interested in Summer Rec, please fill out the registration form by June 12 but do NOT submit payment at this time. When we know all of the details and guidelines outlined for summer camps, we will notify you with that information via the email you provide on the registration form. We will also notify you via email exactly when payment will be due.

2020 Census - It's Not Too Late!

It’s not too late to respond to the 2020 Census while being safe and practicing social distancing at home. Once you have responded, please encourage your family, friends, and loved ones to complete the census, too.

Unemployment Insurance Fraud Alert

Fraudsters are perpetrating numerous schemes related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In one scheme, scammers have offered to help individuals file claims for unemployment benefits. The scammers then ask for personal information including social security numbers and dates of birth. The scammers may ask you to provide payment, or your credit card information, in assisting you in filing or qualifying for your unemployment benefits. You do not need to pay anyone to file or qualify for your benefits.

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Local Farms Offering Delivery and Curbside Pickup

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New Guidance about COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments for Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Beneficiaries

The Treasury Department launched a new web tool allowing quick registration for Economic Impact Payments for eligible individuals who do not normally file a tax return, and also announced that it would begin making automatic payments. 

It is of particular interest for beneficiaries who have dependent children under the age of 17.

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Recycling News and Events



Mountain Lake Algal Bloom Identification

UPDATE: As of 4/8/2020 there still remains an algae bloom in Mountain Lake.

Warren County Board of Health posted advisories at public access points. Please respect the "RED" Danger signage. The Warren County Board of Health will share any new advisory recommendations received at Liberty Township Municipal Offices.

Lunch Pick-Up Revised

In order to make it easier for our families who utilize the District free and reduced lunch program to pick up pre-made takeaway lunches, we are expanding our pick up times. Beginning Thursday March 19, the new expanded pick up times are: 7-8 AM, 11-12 PM and 4-6 PM @ Hackettstown Middle School

Also, lunches for multiple future days can be picked at once to ease the burden of traveling on a daily basis.

If for some reason these expanded hours still present a problem, please reach out to your building principal to discuss making other arrangements.

Please note that during this period of closure, the price for reduced lunches is being waived.  All eligible Free & Reduced lunch families will receive lunch at no cost. 

Respiratory Disease Prevention Strategies

While the immediate health risk for the general public in the United States continues to be low, and as per the CDC exposure to the coronavirus (COVID19) is unlikely at this time, the staff of the NJSP Medical Services feels that it is prudent to discuss non-pharmaceutical interventions, which as the most important response strategy for all forms of respiratory illnesses, including flu, common colds and coronaviruses.

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Municpal Information Packet

Adult Mosquito Control Program

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JCP&L’s MyTown Feature Offers Valuable Municipal Information  

The MyTown link on the Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) 24/7 Power Center provides comprehensive municipal outage and infrastructure information for every municipality in the company’s service area.  

Designed to help JCP&L customers access the important information they need during power outages, MyTown includes a summary of current outages as well as a snapshot of each community’s electric infrastructure.  

During major weather events, expanded information is available, including the cause of the outages, the time of the earliest reported outage, and the estimated restoration time.  

To obtain the latest outage information about your municipality, click the “MyTown” link on the JCP&L 24/7 Power Center or go to  

Volunteers Needed

Just 1-2 hours a week can make a difference in someone’s life!

Perhaps you’ve reached a point when you have a little extra time in your life. How about spending a little of that time with us assisting our seniors and residents with disabilities in Warren County by volunteering for:

  • The Warren County Meals At Home Program
  • The Volunteer Connection Program

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Tax Rate Table

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Animal Information

Animal Lost and Found

If you have lost or found  an animal please contact the Animal Control Official, Alan De Carolis at 908.377.0808

The Liberty Township Animal Holding Facility is located at
Blairstown Animal Hospital
29 Cedar Lake Rd
Blairstown, NJ 07825
Phone: 908-362-6430