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Here are some tips to prevent mosquitoes from breeding on your property:
Anything holding water for at least four days can become a mosquito habitat. In addition, if you find a mosquito habitat, or you think you might have an area conducive to the placement of fish, do not hesitate to call our office.
For pesticide health information and possible exposures – 24 hoursNJ Poison Information & Education System 800-222-1222
For New Jersey pesticide regulation and misuse complaintsNJDEP Pesticide Control Program 609-984-6507
For Federal pesticide regulationUSEPA Region 2 Office of Pesticide Programs 732-321-6759
For mosquito control insecticide recommendationsRutgers University, Department of Entomology 732-932-9459
For state-wide mosquito control informationNJDEP Office of Mosquito Control Coordination 609-292-3649
IF you have a location and want to know what uses are permitted: First locate the property on the ZONING MAP to identify the district then use the SCHEDULE OF DISTRICT REGULATIONS to identify specific criteria for each district.
IF you have a business and want to know in what locations it will be permitted:First reference the SCHEDULE OF DISTRICT REGULATIONS to see if any zoning districts permit that use then locate that district on the ZONING MAP to find which properties are within that district.
Sometimes is it not easy to identify parcels of land on the Zoning Map; in those cases, the TAX MAPS or INTERACTIVE MAP may be useful.
If you are unsure of a location or use, the ZONING OFFICER will gladly provide you with assistance! The Zoning Officer reviews every application for completeness, accuracy and compliance.
In order to locate a business within a zoning district that does not allow that use, or if the use is not listed on the Schedule of District Regulations, an applicant has the option to apply for a ZONING VARIANCE where a public hearing will be held before the Zoning Board to determine the positive and negative criteria of the proposal on a particular location.
If you are seeking a zoning variance, city staff will review your ZONING BOARD APPLICATION to determine if it is complete and then schedule you for a hearing date. The Zoning Board of Adjustment will review your application at its regularly scheduled monthly meeting. Submission deadlines, meeting dates and instructions are located in the application packet.
If your application involves a subdivision, site plan review or conditional use review, you will most likely need to submit a PLANNING BOARD APPLICATION to be reviewed by city staff for completeness and assigned a hearing date to be reviewed at the regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the Planning Board.
Planning Board meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:30 PM.Zoning Board meets the 1st Thursday of each month at 7:30 PM.All meetings are held in the Commission Chambers on the 4th Floor of City Hall located at 12 S. High Street, Millville, NJ 08332. MAP
If you are applying for an approved use, you must first submit your ZONING PERMIT APPLICATION for review and approval. Once you receive approval, your construction permits, if needed, will be reviewed.
If Planning or Zoning Board approval is needed, see the calendar for submission deadlines and meeting dates.
Please complete the application through the new NJ State website: www.njportal.com/njsp/concealedcarry
Generally, Motor Vehicle Crash Reports are available five days after the incident. We make every effort to have these reports completed within the five day period, but occasionally reports may take longer. You may obtain a copy of the report by visiting our Police Records Section, located on the third floor of the police building. Their normal hours of operation are Monday-Friday 9 am to 4 pm and can be contacted at 856-825-7010 ext. 7621. Police Records is closed on Weekends and Holidays. If you know the accident date and police report number, you may obtain a copy of the accident report by visiting
The Millville Police Department accepts all complaints against its employees at any time. They are taken seriously and formal procedures are in place to thoroughly investigate the complaint promptly and fairly. You may contact The Professional Standards Unit at 856-825-7010 ext. 7338 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a
No person shall use an automatic protection or detection device within the City without obtaining an annual user permit from the City Clerk. The fee for the annual user permit is $20 which shall be paid to the City Clerk when the application is filed. The annual permit expires on December 31 of each year. Senior citizens and persons totally and permanently disabled are exempt from the payment of the user fee, but shall otherwise comply with regulations.More information regarding this topic can be viewed here.