Carteret Announces Temporary Restriction of Access to Borough Buildings

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All Borough departments will continue to be staffed and will provide services to the public. All departments may be contacted during regular business hours by phone, email, fax, and social media.

A complete list of Borough Departments and contact information can be found below and at Carteret.net.

For all other information, residents may email info@carteret.net, call 732-541-3801, or fax 732-541-4989.

Residents may also contact the Borough on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, with the handle @MyCarteret.

The Borough has installed drop boxes at Borough Hall, the Library, the Community Center, and the Courthouse for residents to submit any paperwork including applications, payments by check or money order, correspondence etc, which will be checked several times daily. Do not place cash into the drop box.

When leaving documents, residents may call or email the appropriate Borough department so that it may be retrieved. Residents must provide contact information including a telephone number, address, and email on all documents.

All applications can be obtained online at Carteret.net or by calling the appropriate department.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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