Mayor Jamie Barberio of Parsippany interviews Hanover Township Committeeman Thomas "Ace" Gallagher on Parsippany's "Pride In Parsippany" weekly television program. Committeeman Gallagher spoke about his efforts to form a county-wide coalition to educate the public about promoting a healthy, safe and substance-free environment. Another objective is to develop a positive lifestyle for youth in avoiding the dangers of alcohol and drugs. Click here and follow the link on Hanover Township Substance Awareness webpages to watch the film.
Understanding Electricity Usage and Costs - Read More
M&E RAILWAY STORES BUTANE TANK CARS IN HANOVER TOWNSHIP
The following announcement is to provide you with firsthand factual information concerning an issue involving the Morristown & Erie Railway (M&E) and to assure residents that the Township is taking whatever steps are necessary in order to ensure the safety and welfare of the community: Read More
2016 Controlled Deer Hunt -READ MORE
Drought Watch Issued for Morris County and Most of Northern NJ
The Hanover Health Dept. urges residents to voluntarily conserve water in accordance wit hthe NJDEP's request. READ MORE
The SMCMUA releases the 2015 Water Quality Report. In accordance with the Federal and State Safe Drinking Water Acts, the annual report has been published and attached here for your reference. Questions can be answered by calling the Health Department or the SMCMUA directly at 973-326-6880
FEMA offers excellent information on the following topics, click to read more about PREPARING FOR EXTREME HEAT, INDOOR SHELTERING DURING DISASTERS, AND HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
The Health Department suggests ways to reduce mosquito breeding, READ MORE
The National Park Service in recognition of its 100th birthday has launched findyourpark.com to encourage enjoyment and support of America's national parks. READ MORE
According to the National Weather Service (NWS), lightning strikes the United States about 25 million times each year, click here for lightning safety tips.
BE AWARE, State Law prohibits the posting of signs or outdoor advertising on any utility pole - READ MORE
We now have a USPS mailbox outside of Town Hall! Pickup times are M-F 4:00 p.m. and Saturday 11:00 a.m. (click here for additional locations)
Contact the United State Postal Service. If you are having trouble resolving a problem, there are several ways to get help: click here for more information
YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR HELP PAYING YOUR ENERGY BILLS - click here for more information
Jersey Central Power & Light announces upcoming vegetation management work along the Stoney Brook transmission lines - READ MORE
FirstEnergy’s Alert Notification Service Can Help Customers Stay Connected if Winter Storms Cause Power Outages - READ MORE.
U.S. Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen (NJ-11) reminds commuters to take advantage of a renewed and improved federal tax policy to help pay for the cost of bus and train fares. READ MORE
JCP&L - Reporting Outages and Checking Restoration Progress
Your Medications reviewed by a Pharmacist, make an appointment today.
Following is a video link to a Special Work Session between the Township Committee, Planning Board and the Economic Development Advisory Committee concerinig the Draft Route 10 Corridor Study (VIEW HERE.)
Whippany Post Office information from Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen as of March 8, 2016
The Hanover Township Police Department would like to remind the public to be careful while walking outdoors.
S.E.E.K. HELPS TO RAISE PUBLIC AWARENESS OF WATER POLLUTANTS
INDEPENDENCE DRIVE SAFETY INITIATIVE,
Use of Double Striped Lines (click here for more info)
Morris County Open Space Trust Fund grant awarded for the acquisition of the Wolfe property - Read More
Gypsy moth egg mass survey did not detect any major gypsy moth infestations - Read more
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Drug Take Back Program
Eliminate unused and unwanted medications from your home by dropping them off at the Hanover Township Police Department. It is a safe and secure drop off. Disposal will be according to safety and environmental standards.
Please contact the DPW at 973-428-2495 for the proper way of discarding chemicals. The Morris County MUA has hazardous waste days to dispose of chemicals, click here for more information.
Notice Regarding Purchase of an Additional Trash Can
One Day One School Video
Utilities Green Dot Scam Alert
Message to Residents Concerning Residential Development
Supportive Services for Veteran Families
Consult with the Building Department before undertaking Home Improvements