Greenwich Township Municipal Building
420 Washington Street
Gibbstown, NJ 08027
Telephone: (856) 423-1038
Fax: (856) 423-2989
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Greenwich Meeting Schedule for 2015
Property Tax Informational Guide:
NEW WATER AND SEWER CYCLES
Beginning this year the Township is changing the water and sewer to quarterly billing.
The reason for the change is to provide a more balanced annual cash flow while adding the convenience of spreading out the payments.
The new dates will be April1, July1, October 1, and January 1.
Your cooperation during this time is appreciated.
New bills are in the mail now and the due dates are April 1 and July 1.
Water and Sewer Clerk
Water and Sewer Billing Announcement:
Upcoming Events: Free Rabies Clinic
Mayor George W. Shivery, Jr. was pleased to announce today the imminent demolition of the building at 600 West Broad Street in Gibbstown. This property formerly owned by the Estate of Joseph M. Covici has been the subject of much concern by the Mayor and Council of Greenwich Township. The owner of the property had allowed the building to come into disrepair and be uninhabitable. Mayor and Council proceeded with orders for its demolition and after much effort, actual demolition was started on Wednesday, September 10, 2014. Mayor Shivery is extremely pleased to have this building permanently demolished and removed. It had become a safety concern for residents in the area.
To promote development on this lot, the Mayor and Council placed this property into a Redevelopment Zone. This will make the lot more attractive to developers who may propose projects. Mayor and Council also retained the services of a licensed real estate developer to market and explore all options to develop the property. Demolition is expected to be completed within three weeks.