Springfield is located in the heart of the northern Burlington County farm belt. The township enjoys a rich history of agriculture and that tradition continues today as Springfield leads the way in preserving farmland and open space. We also enjoy one of the best elementary school systems in the county as well as participating in the Northern Burlington Regional School System.
Founded via Royal Charter on November 6, 1688, three hamlets were eventually settled within the township. Known locally as the three J's, they are Jacksonville, Jobstown, and Juliustown. Today, the township encompasses approximately 30 square miles and about 3,500 call it home.
Jobstown is a small town in the heart of the United States and was established by settlers 200 years ago. The wide spaces surrounding the town were perfectly suited for growing wheat and thus, the
temporary settlement quickly grew into a small village that thrived on agriculture.
Today, most of the residents of Jobstown work for nearby industries, and much of the original farm land has been returned back to nature. The town’s charm, however, has remained unchanged. Jobstown sees itself as a typical small town where neighbors greet each other and take care of each other. We are proud of living in such a strong and vibrant community.
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2159 Jacksonville Jobstown Rd
Jobstown, NJ 08041
TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD MEETING SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 2020 IS CANCELLED
There will be no change to the trash collection for the Memorial Day Holiday all trash collection will be the same as usual.
MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY
The Memorial Day Ceremony scheduled for May 25, 2020 is postponed until Monday, September 7, 2020 at 10:00 AM.
TAX PAYMENT UPDATE
In response to Governor Phil Murphy Executive Order 130, issued on April 28, 2020, authorizing local units to extend the second property tax payment installment grace period through June 1, 2020 Township Council held a Special Emergency Meeting on May 4, 2020 to approve resolution 2020-05-02 extending the tax payment grace period for the 2020 2nd quarter taxes from May 10, 2020 to June 1, 2020. Please be advised that this extension applies to the GRACE PERIOD ONLY and the due date for the 2020 2nd Quarter taxes remains May 1, 2020. What this means to the residents is that any payments for the 2020 2nd quarter property taxes received by the close of business (4 P.M.) on Monday, June 1, 2020 will not be charged interest . For all payments received after 4 P.M. on June 1, 2020 interest will be charged dating back to the May 1, 2020 due date. Any interest on prior past due quarters is not affected in any way by this Resolution.
2020 BUDGET INFORMATION
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TAX PAYMENT AND PTR INFORMATION
PLEASE SEE THE TAX COLLECTOR TAB UNDER DEPARTMENTS FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING MAY 1ST TAX PAYMENTS AND PTR FORMS
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DURING COVID-19 VIRUS
The Municipal Building will be closed to the public until further notice due to the COVID-19 virus concerns. Municipal services will continue and be available through telephone, email, fax and the drop box in front of the building. Contact information can be found under the Department tab or by the links below. Please continue to check the website for updates and information on services.
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