Welcome to the Borough of North Plainfield. Thank you for visiting North Plainfield's website. We hope you will find it useful and easy to navigate. Please visit often to learn about all the news, activities, and services North Plainfield has to offer.
During flooding or inclement weather, or when emergency sirens sound - listen to North Plainfield Radio: 1630AM
Emergency Notification Program Overview
Go Paperless, Go Green, with Your Sewer Bill!
The Borough of North Plainfield is offering a voluntary automated paperless sewer billing program which will allow you to receive your sewer bill via e-mail. The program is only applicable to SEWER bills and bears NO COST to the homeowner. For any homeowner wishing to enroll, the program will begin with the 2016 billing cycle. If you chose NOT to enroll in automated billing, you will still receive a paper bill from the Borough in March 2016. Please print out this form, complete the information and forward to the Sewer/ Tax Collector's Office. If you have any questions please call 908-769-2908. We also would like to remind you at this time that you can pay, or determine balances owed on, your sewer and tax bills on-line through our Payment Portal.
Property Tax and Sewer Account Payments/Inquiries
The Borough of North Plainfield is proud to announce that property tax and sewer account information and on-line payments are now possible through this website. Click on the link below for access to current property tax and sewer charges, and delinquent property tax and sewer balances (including current interest and lien status of a property). Assessment and ownership information is also available. Web Info Payment Portal
Pollworkers for the upcoming General Election
Somerset County Board of Elections is looking for registered voters to serve as poll workers on Election days. Training is provided prior to every Election and poll workers are paid $200 per Election. For more information visit the Board of Elections website: http://www.co.somerset.nj.us/government/affiliated-agencies/election-board/poll-worker-information for an application click on: http://www.co.somerset.nj.us/home/showdocument?id=9458 or call 908-231-7086
2nd Annual Borough-Wide Yard Sale
This year will mark North Plainfield's 2nd Annual Borough-Wide Yard Sale. This event will take place on Saturday September 24th and Sunday September 25th from 8am to 5pm. Participants can choose to participate on one or both days. This event is being sponsored by the Mayor's office. The $10.00 registration fee will be waived. The event will not count against the three yard sales allowed per year/per household. Maps with the addresses of participating homes will be available at the North Plainfield Public Library located at 6 Rockview Avenue. To register, send an email with your address and participation date(s) to NPYS1885@gmail.com. For more information, send an email to the above address or join the Facebook group: North Plainfield Borough-Wide Yard Sale.
Music at the Mansion Presents The Harmony Celebration Chorus
North Plainfield Salt Dome Project
BOBO Fridays Food Drive - July 15 - Celebrating 6th Anniversary
North Plainfield Community Choice Energy Aggregation Program - 7/12/16
PSE&G Residential Electric Customers who have not selected a third party (non-PSE&G) electric supplier for their energy use will receive a letter this week informing them of the North Plainfield Community Choice Energy Aggregation Program. Simply stated, the NJ Board of Public Utilities (BPU) allows for communities to obtain competitive bids for electricity through bundling the electric demand in the municipality and obtaining a quantity discount. This is a voluntary program, although participation in it will result in 6% lower electric rates for PSE&G residential customers and an increase of 5% in the renewable energy component of electricity. The BPU prescribes a very specific process for this program which is why all customers are automatically enrolled unless they opt out (which they may do at any time). Customers will continue to receive a single bill from PSE&G, PSE&G will continue to respond to all service calls and read meters, and those customers who have PSE&G's WorryFree protection program or custom billing plans will continue to be enrolled in those programs. The attached links provide a copy of the letter and, for those who do not wish to participate in the program, an opt-out card (please also print your name and address if using this card). The letter explains highlights of the program as well as provides contact info for any questions, and information on two meetings which will be held next week to answer any questions. Letter to Residents Opt-out Card (Print your name and address if using this on-line version) Letter to Residents (in Spanish) Whether of not you participate in this program you always have the right to shop around for an energy supplier to seek the best price, and select the renewable energy component of your electric supply!
North Plainfield Community Day, Concert, and Fireworks have been rescheduled
North Plainfield Community Day, Concert, and Fireworks have been cancelled this evening - July 9th - due to wet fields and the prediction of storms later today. They have been rescheduled for Saturday, July 16th at 5:00 pm.
North Plainfield Bike Sale
North Plainfield Community Day
New 4th of July Parade Route
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Applying for a Marriage License or Civil Union License
Requirements for Applying for a Marriage License or Civil Union License.
Garage Sale Ordinance
Per Ordinance No. 10-03 - a new Garage Sale Ordinance has come into force, effective today (March 29, 2010). The application fee is now $10.00 instead of $5.00. Permits are now two days in duration instead of three days, and applicants are now allowed to take out three permits/year instead of two. Click here for new Garage Sale application formView Ordinance
Federal DOT Battery Regulation
Due to a new Federal DOT regulation, starting Jan. 1, 2010 Somerset County Recycling will no longer pickup household batteries curbside. Homeowners Guide to Proper Household Battery Management Battery Clarification Letter Types Of Batteries to Recycle