137 Main Street
Andover, NJ 07821
Phone: (973) 786-6688
Fax: (973) 786-7231
email: clerk@andoverboroughnj.org
Hours: Monday - Friday : 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Closed on Fridays from Memorial Day to Labor Day)

Community News and Announcements

Sussex County MUA: Click this Link for 2018 services, address and hours.


Click here for New Recycling information



Poll Workers Needed

Have FUN and get PAID while participating in democracy.
The Sussex County Board of Elections are scheduling training classes now.
Call for more information 973-579-0950 x 1591



Oct. 16: Last day to register to vote for the November General Election; Board of Elections will remain open into the evening for registration (call 973-579-0950 for hours)

Oct. 23: Deadline for filing of appointments or applications for Challengers with the Sussex County Board of Elections for General Election and School Board Election

Oct. 26: 11-day Pre-General Election and Pre-School Board Election Campaign Finance Report due in Trenton

Oct. 30: Deadline for the County Clerk to receive an application for a Mail-In Ballot; this is the last day the Clerk can mail out ballots to voters for the November General Election

Oct. 31: Sample Ballots are mailed to all registered voters in Sussex County

Nov. 2: Challenge to Mail-In Ballots for the General Election and School Board Election at the Board of Elections

Nov. 5: Last day to apply in person for a Mail-In Ballot before 3 p.m. at the Clerk’s Office

Nov. 6: General Election Day

Click here for the Voter Registration Form


Dog Licensing - 2019
January 1st - 31st, 2019
$8  for spayed / neutered   or $11 for non-spayed / non-spayed
There is a late fee of $5 per month per dog after January 31st.
State law requires that rabies vaccination be valid to November 1st of the licensing year.
Licensing can be obtained in person at Borough Hall or by mail (if by mail, be sure to send SASE)
Click here to download form



Project Self-Sufficiency Description:

Project Self-Sufficiency is a non-profit organization which assists low-income families in northwestern New Jersey along the path to economic self-sufficiency. Services include career guidance and assessment, computer classes, GED instruction, parenting workshops, childcare, legal assistance and education, help with emergency basic needs such as clothing and food, health education, support groups, life skills classes, family activities, home visitation, and more.



Project Sussex Kids Description:

Project Sussex Kids, also known as the Sussex County Council for Young Children, is funded by the New Jersey Department of Children & Families. The new entity is designed to address the needs of local families who are expecting or who are already parenting children up to the age of eight. County Councils for Young Children have been established in all of the state’s 21 counties to bring together parents, caregivers, as well as health, education and social service professionals to enhance communication, coordination and collaboration of services.



Clean Energy Program
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Current Calendar of Events-
Any Upcoming or Special events will appear here-send e-mail to request a posting 
-or call 973-786-6688