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Past due property taxes

Any past due property taxes and/or water charges still outstanding for the prior year(s) need to be paid by October 1, 2014 to avoid the upcoming 2014 tax sale.  

Call the Tax and Water Collection Department at 973-680-4049 phone or 973-680-4046 fax for any information.  You may also look up any property tax or water billing and payment information clicking on picture below:


Lead and Copper water sampling program

 The Health Department is seeking (30) Bloomfield residents living in a single family home for the Lead and Copper water sampling program.
This test is required by the State and is for the potable water supply (tap water)only.

Interested parties please contact the health department and we will provide you with additional information, the sampling containers and the requirements. 

 It is a free test. 

For more information contact:

Gina Behre 973-680-4024


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Effective Immediately property owners are required to obtain a Certificate of Continued Occupancy for the sale of any property within the Township. As a result volume regarding this process the Department of Inspections is requesting you apply for your certificates at least 30 days in advance of your closing. Please make sure your real estate brokers are aware of this request. All applications for CCO’s can be obtained in room 105 of the Municipal building between the hours of 8:30am and 3:00pm. Thank you in advance for your cooperation regarding this matter. 

PSE&G residential gas bills to remain at low levels this winter

Customers have benefitted from 39 percent reduction since 2009
PSE&G today proposed to keep residential natural gas bills at current low levels this coming winter. In its annual filing with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, PSE&G said it would not change its gas supply rate when new rates typically take effect October 1. 
Under the filing, a typical residential heating customer using 160 therms in a winter month, or 1,050 therms per year, would pay $170.82 in a winter month, or $1,121.51 annually.
“Since 2009, PSE&G’s residential gas customers have benefitted from steady reductions in the cost of natural gas,” said Jorge Cardenas, vice president-asset management and centralized services. “This has resulted in a 39 percent reduction in annual residential bills. Even though gas supply costs have begun to fluctuate in recent months, we’re pleased that we have been able to hold the rate steady for the upcoming winter.” 
PSE&G makes no profit on the sale of natural gas. The company passes along what it pays to customers. Costs for natural gas supply account for approximately half of a customer’s bill.
Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) is New Jersey’s oldest and largest regulated gas and electric delivery utility, serving nearly three-quarters of the state’s population.  PSE&G is the winner of the ReliabilityOne Award for superior electric system reliability.  PSE&G is a subsidiary of Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated (PSEG) (NYSE:PEG), a diversified energy company (

To view demonstrations of how to save money in your home, visit PSEG’s YouTube channel at (PSE&G Summer Energy Savings Tips). Be sure to share the information with family and friends.  
PSE&G’s Home Energy Toolkit helps customers analyze home energy use to receive customized energy saving tips. To access the Home Energy Toolkit, log in to My Account at 
For additional ways to save energy and money, visit 

Bloomfield Health & Human Services Department 

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The Bloomfield Building Department Permit Office will be open from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM - Until Further Notice

Got Business with Court?
If you need to make a payment to the Municipal Court or if you’re going making a court appearance, go to the Police Department/Law Enforcement Building located to the left of the Municipal Building.  To Call the Court office dial (973) 680-4078