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Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the Department of Community Services (DCS) counter hours to schedule an inspection are 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Friday. - Electrical inspections occur 8:30 - 11 a.m., Tuesday through Friday. - Plumbing and Mechanical inspections occur 8 a.m. - Noon, Monday through Friday. - Fire inspections occur 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., Tuesday - Thursday. For Fire inspections, the Fire inspector is also a full-time Firefighter and is subject to emergencies and time changes.
Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the Department of Community Services (DCS) counter hours to schedule an inspection are 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Friday.
Building inspections occur 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and between 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Friday. Electrical inspections occur 8:00 – 11:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. Plumbing and Mechanical inspections occur 8:00 a.m. - Noon, Monday through Friday.
Fire inspections occur 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday. For Fire inspections, the Fire inspector is also a full-time Firefighter and is subject to emergencies and time changes. If you have any questions, please contact the Construction Office in person or by calling 908-273-6408.
Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the Department of Community Services (DCS) counter hours to schedule an inspection are 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Friday. All inspections on Fridays during Memorial Day and Labor Day will be performed between 8 a.m. – noon.
The permit may be purchased for $10 per vehicle, or $5 per vehicle for Seniors over 62 years of age, with proof of your residency, vehicle registration and insurance card at the Parking Services Agency (City Hall, 2nd floor, 512 Springfield Avenue) where you will receive a permanent permit immediately. If an independent contractor is hired to haul away storm debris (excluding tree trunks, stumps, logs, or construction debris), they must purchase a commercial coupon (pass) from the Department of Community Services (DCS), City Hall, 2nd Floor, 512 Springfield Avenue, prior to entering the Transfer Station.
If you are using someone else's vehicle (other than your own), please present proof of your residency and the vehicle information to DCS in order to receive a free temporary pass.
Should you have any questions, please contact the Department of Community Services at 908-273-6404 or SummitDCS@cityofsummit.org.
*Emancipated minor means a person who is under 18 years of age but who has been married, has entered military service, has a child or is pregnant, or has been legally declared by a court or administrative agency to be emancipated.
The judge can order the police to escort the abuser to remove personal items from the residence or shared place of business, so that the police protects you during any necessary contact. The judge has the power under the law to order anything else that will help to protect you, as long as you agree to it.
A victim, of any age, who has been subjected to domestic violence by a person with whom the victim has a child in common, or if the victim is pregnant by a man who she says will be the father of the child when the pregnancy is carried to term is also covered by this law. A victim, of any age, also includes any person who has been subjected to domestic violence by a person with whom the victim has had a dating relationship.
If it is after hours a holiday, or a weekend, you can go to your local police department to obtain an order. They can call a judge to get an order that starts immediately. You will be asked to speak to the judge by telephone. If English is not a language you usually speak, you may want to bring a friend with you to interpret. An interpreter should be provided for you any time you are scheduled to appear in court, but might not be available at the police station.
During the 10-day period the police or Sheriff's Office will serve the abuser with a copy of the order, so the abuser will know when the hearing is. Keep a copy of the order with you and give a copy to the police in any town where you think the abuser might bother you.
For very serious crimes, the county prosecutor may take your case to state criminal court. You do not have to file criminal charges, but the law does allow you to file them if you choose, even if you also get a restraining order. You have a year after any incident to file criminal charges. The police can also file charges on their own and must do so when you show signs of injury or if a weapon was used. If the abuser is found guilty of the criminal charges, the court can impose fines, probation, or even jail as punishment.
You have the right to police protection. If you carry your order with you at all times, it will be easier for the police to understand your current situation. If you lose your order, or it gets destroyed, return to the court and obtain another copy.
The phone number for Rebate questions is 888-238-1233 or visit their website.
Please keep newspapers separate, either in brown paper bags or tied with string (not tape or wire). Rinse out all bottles and cans and place them mixed together in a sturdy reusable container.
We also collect magazines and corrugated cardboard, which should be tied both ways with twine.
The bags and containers must not be placed at the curb prior to the night before the scheduled pickup.
Additional information, including the pickup schedule, is available at the Department of Community Services at City Hall or by phone at 908-273-6404.
Building materials will be accepted at the transfer station from the homeowner only, in limited quantities not in excess of 40 gallons per trip. Building materials are never accepted from contractors. NO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS accepted! The Union County Utilities Authority holds Hazardous Collection Days at various locations, three to four times a year so that you may dispose of your hazardous materials.
Commercial vehicles include rental trucks, vans, pickups or any vehicles that are marked with the business name or that indicate on the license plate that they are commercial. No commercial vehicles are allowed in the transfer station on Saturdays or holidays. They may use the compost and recycling areas only.
Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the Department of Community Services (DCS) counter hours are 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Friday.
Garbage is collected from the rear of the house. Just keep the cans covered and in the same location each week, and provide a clear path for the crew to collect them. Cans must not be placed at the curb. You may call (908) 273-6404 to determine your collection day.
Garbage cans must be watertight metal or plastic cans with tight-fitting lids, and must not weigh more than 75 pounds each.
-Two alternate forms of identification, one of which must show the current address
Alternate Forms of Identification: Must be VALID. We do not accept any expired identification.
-Vehicle registration-Vehicle insurance card-Voter registration-US/Foreign passport-Immigrant visa-Permanent resident card (Green Card)-Federal/State ID-School ID (Must contain student's name and current school year)-Utility bill (dated within previous 90 days)-Bank statement (dated within previous 90 days)-W-2 or tax return for current or previous year
We DO NOT accept:-Social security card -A last will and testament
People who are homeless should have their social worker or homeless shelter coordinator call our office directly.
People who are incarcerated can provide legal imprisonment, conviction papers or release documents that include the name, social security number and all possible aliases used in the past or identification from a prison/probation official dated within 90 days.
Please do not mail in original identification documents, only copies are required.In person orders must present original identification.
-The subject of the record-The subject's parent, legal guardian or legal representative-The subject's spouse/civil union partner/domestic partner-Child, grandchild or sibling (legal age)-A state or federal agency for official purposes-Pursuant to court order
Your child's birth certificate: if the name on your identification matches the name of the child's parent then your identification will establish your relationship. If your current name does not match the name as recorded on the birth certificate, as the parent, you will need to supply a copy of your marriage/civil union certificate or proof of legal name change.
Your spouse/civil union partner: provide a copy of your marriage/civil union certificate.
Your parent or sibling's vital record: provide a copy of YOUR birth certificate with parents' names. If your current name does not match the name as recorded on the birth certificate, you will need to supply a copy of your marriage/civil union certificate or proof of legal name change.
Your grandparent's vital record: you must establish that you are the person's grandchild by linking the name on your identification to the name of the grandparent. For example, if you changed your last name after marriage/civil union and want a grandparent's vital record, you must: 1.) Provide your marriage/civil union certificate to show your name at birth 2.) Provide your LONG FORM birth certificate to identify your parent 3.) Provide the parent's LONG FORM birth certificate to identify the grandparent.
Death Certificate: To get a certified copy you must provide proof of your relationship to the person listed on the vital record and the proof must establish you are one of the following:
• The subject’s parent/sibling/spouse/child/grandchild• You must be 18 years or older • If your name has changed due to marriage, you must provide a raised seal marriage certificate issued only by a Registrar/Clerk to trace you back to your maiden name. Certificates issued by an Officiant/religious entity are not legal documents therefore, are unacceptable• If your name has changed due to a legal name change, you must provide the court order as proof• IF THE DECEDENT NAME HAS CHANGED DUE TO MARRIAGE, their marriage certificate would also be needed. If the decedent was married more than once, you must provide all marriage certificates necessary to trace the decedent back to their maiden name
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An executor of an estate you must supply proof of appointment as the executor by providing a current surrogate certificate.
The legal representative of the executor of an estate must supply proof of legal retainer by the executor and proof of the appointment of the individual as the executor.
The legal representative of an individual that is eligible to receive a certified copy of a vital record must supply proof of legal retainer by the eligible individual and their proof of relationship.
Cash or Money Order* OnlyMoney Order should be made payable to "Summit Health Department"Must provide exact changeNo Personal Checks or Debit/Credit Cards No refunds
Birth Certificate................................................................................................. $20.00
Death Certificate............................................................................................... $10.00
Marriage Certificate.......................................................................................... $20.00
Civil Union Certificate........................................................................................ $20.00
Domestic Partnership Certificate...................................................................... $20.00
Application Fee for Marriage/Civil Union License............................................. $28.00
Domestic Partnership Registration................................................................... $28.00
Fee to Amend a Vital Record........................................................................... $40.00
In mediation, by contrast, you have significant control over the process. A court-appointed, trained mediator assists you and the person(s) with whom you are in conflict in negotiating a solution to your problem. It is a solution that both sides consider fair and reasonable. Mediation often results in a win-win outcome. Moreover, no one ever gets a police record.
Mediators do not decide who is right or wrong. They facilitate a discussion between the parties.
The parties are expected to negotiate in Good Faith. Both sides will be committed to reaching a mutually acceptable agreement.
Each side will be given an equal chance to talk, but only one person may speak at a time.
Name-calling, foul language, rowdy behavior, and threats will not be tolerated.
Only individuals directly involved in the dispute are allowed to be present at mediation sessions. Mediators are prohibited from discussing the dispute with anyone not directly involved.
Although not required for the purposes of mediation, evidence (e.g., receipts or photographs) may be submitted; and witnesses may appear so long as they contribute relevant information. Each party is responsible to arrange for the appearance of any witnesses.
Attorneys may attend mediation sessions in an advisory capacity, but they are not allowed to actively participate.
Mediation sessions are confidential. Disclosures and proposals made in an effort to resolve disputes cannot be used in any subsequent court proceeding concerning the matter.
If a Police car pulls in behind you while driving and activates its emergency lights and/or siren, you should pull over to the side of the road as soon as it is safe. Once you have pulled over, you should put the car in park and turn on the interior light. This is for your safety as well as the safety of the Officer.
You have to remember that although you know you are a decent, law abiding citizen, the Police Officer behind you has no idea who you are and will be naturally cautious as numerous Officers are hurt and even killed each year during "routine" traffic stops. When approached by the Officer, you will be asked for you driver's license, vehicle registration card and proof of insurance for the car.
If you need to enter the glove compartment to retrieve the documents, just tell the Officer what you are doing and proceed to get your documents when instructed.
In order to make this traffic stop as safe and pleasant as possible for all involved, here are a few tips:• Do not make any sudden or violent movements.• Do not suddenly conceal or hide your hands.• Remain in the vehicle unless instructed to exit by the Officer.
As soon as the Officer has your documents, he will explain the reason for the traffic stop and may give a verbal warning, a written warning or issue you a traffic summons. If you have any questions, the Officer will attempt to answer them at the scene and will also provide you with the number for the Municipal Violations Bureau which is located on the back of the summons.
Call 908-273-00541 for all non-emergency related calls such as:• offenses that occurred in the past• non-life threatening traffic concerns• non urgent requests for police service
All requests for law enforcement service are assigned a priority based on the seriousness of the incident and the potential for injury or damage to property. At times, calls of less urgent natures must be delayed so that officers can respond immediately to emergencies.
At times, people may wonder why it seemed to take a long time for officers to arrive on the scene of a crime such as a robbery that just occurred where the perpetrator is making a getaway. The reason for this delay is that officers are:• Working to cut off escape routes• Securing perimeters of the area in case a K-9 track is required• Stopping suspicious vehicles leaving the area• Checking neighboring streets and structures in an attempt to catch the actor
The urgency of this type of call is not in responding to the scene as much as it is to trap and catch the fleeing suspect.
Summit PD makes every effort to arrive at your request for service as soon as possible and has an excellent time response in most incidents. As our officers are assigned a geographic area of the town to patrol, an officer is usually in the area of any dispatched call and can be on the scene almost immediately.
We thank you for your patience and understanding if you happen to call during one of those situations where the responding officer is delayed in responding to your call.
In addition, uniformed patrol officers are often in your neighborhood at times when you would not necessarily see them, such as peak times of criminal activity which may be when you are at work or asleep. If any area or neighborhood begins to experience an increase of crime or becomes the victim of a specific crime trend, specialized units and resources will be deployed to deal with the problem until order is restored.
We thank you for your cooperation in answering the questions necessary for the responding officers to best assist you with your situation.
Many times officers respond to an anonymous call about an incident and either cannot find the origin of the problem with the information given or the situation changes prior to their arrival but they have no way of knowing that. This can result in frustrated officers and the citizen feeling that the police department didn't do anything about their call.
We realize that in some circumstances, a person may not want neighbors to know that they have called the police and they don't want an officer to come to their door. However, something as simple as a telephone number by which to reach the complainant can make a significant difference in whether or not a situation is corrected or goes undiscovered or unidentified. You merely inform the call taker that you do not wish to be contacted in person but that the officer may call you in they need more information.
If you are calling to report an emergency, it is important to note that ALL 911 calls from cellular phones in New Jersey are answered by call takers from the New Jersey State Police. If you are reporting an incident which is occurring in Morristown, you may be transferred to the 911 center at Summit Police Headquarters by the initial call taker. This is because the 911 operator is much more familiar with Morristown and the surrounding area and can provide more assistance than the initial call taker. Furthermore, Summit PD 911 operator will have a direct radio link to responding officers, thereby reducing their response time.
Summit PBA Local #55, the union that represents your local police officers, conducts an annual sticker drive through the mail that is recognized by the City of Summit and the Police Department. Again, we will never contact you by telephone and encourage you to contact SPD with any questions or to report any suspicious requests for donations.