Lafayette Township is seeking lifeguards for the 2017 summer season. Good pay. Must be waterfront certified. Employment application can be downloaded here
Please mail or drop off completed application to:
33 Morris Farm Road,
Lafayette, NJ 07848,
Lafayette Day Vendors Wanted
Lafayette Day will be held on June 10, 2017 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. We are currently accepting applications for vendors. Download vendor information/applications: Lafayette resident or Lafayette business
| Non-resident or out of town business
The March 22 Zumba class is cancelled due to the school's family night at the book fair. Class will resume on Wednesday, March 29th. Also, class will be cancelled on April 19th due to the school being closed for Easter break. Because of cancellations, the last class will be held on Wednesday, May 3.
Lafayette Township Residents: Please be advised that no person shall park a vehicle upon any municipal street, road or right-of-way between November 1 of each year and April 30 of the following year. Violators will be towed. (Ordinance 2014-13, adopted December 16, 2014)
If you are in danger of losing your home to foreclosure, the New Jersey Hardest HIt Fund (NJHHF) programs may be able to help. The fund offers up to $50,000 in assistance to save your home. Download flier for more information
or go to njhousing.gov/foreclosure
Discover NJDEP Podcast: Bear Safety
Discover DEP podcast focuses on bear safety in New Jersey: nj.gov/dep/podcast/
. More New Jersey bear safety information can be found at: nj.gov/dep/fgw/bearfacts_safetytips.htm.
You can report black bear damage or nuisance behavior to DEP’s 24-hour, toll-free hotline at 1-877-927-6337.
JCP&L Tips for a Power Outage
JCP&L has published a free brochure on how to mangage through a power outage. Click here to download
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JCP&L Generator Safety Tips
Jersey Central Power & Light reminds customers to take precautions when using generators during power outages. Emergency power generators offer an option for customers needing or wanting uninterrupted service. However, to ensure the safety of the home’s occupants as well as that of utility company employees who may be working on power lines in the area, the proper generator should be selected and installed by a qualified electrician. When operating a generator, the power coming from the home should always be disconnected. Otherwise, power from the generator could be sent back into the utility lines, creating a hazardous situation for utility workers.
Township Issues Its Spring 2017 Newsletter
Residents should soon be receiving their copy of the Lafayette
newsletter, Lafayette Times
. For those of you who wish a sneak peak, click here to download the PDF version