File An OPRA Request
To file an OPRA Request, please download and print the provided form below, then return filled out to the Town Clerk Office.
Register To Vote
Please click here for more information on how to register to vote.
Apply For A Marriage License
If you live in New Jersey:
The applicants will apply in one of their hometowns.(if either applicant lives out of state, apply in the NJ resident applicant’s hometown.) Marriage applications are by appointment only Monday thru Thursday 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.
You will need to bring:
- Both applicants and one witness over the age of 18.
- Current, valid driver’s license
- $28.00 fee (check or exact cash)
If you’ve been married before: Divorce papers with raised seal, or death certificate with raised seal
If you live out of state:
The applicants apply in the town where they are being married. The same information is needed as listed above.
Register My Pet
A license is required for any dog or cat seven months or older kept in the Township of Cinnaminson. A newly acquired dog or cat must be licensed within 10 days of the dog or cat reaching seven months of age. Thereafter, the owner of a dog or cat must renew the license annually during the month of January. If a new resident brings to the Township a dog or cat licensed in another state for the current year, they must register their pet within 90 days of establishing residency. A new resident who brings an unlicensed dog or cat to the Township must register their pet within 10 days of establishing residency. Guide dogs or service dogs must be registered however the Township shall waive the registration fee. For additional information or to register your pet, please contact Lisa Passione at 856-829-6000, ext 2397.
If you are renewing your license by mail please include a self addressed stamped envelope.
Find Affordable Housing
What is Affordable Housing?
Affordable Housing is housing that is available to people of low to moderate income at a reasonable price. Affordable housing, unlike market rate housing, has affordability controls limiting the price for at least 30 years. Housing is considered “affordable” if the household pays approximately 28% or less of the household’s gross income on housing costs. Affordable housing is priced to be affordable to households earning up to 80% of the area median income for the region in which the affordable housing is located.
Who Qualifies for Affordable Housing?
In order to be eligible for affordable housing in Cinnaminson, a household’s income must be below the income limits for the development in which the affordable housing is located, either for low or moderate levels. A moderate-income household is classified as earning between 50 percent and 80 percent of the area median income. A low-income household is classified as earning less than 50 percent of area median income. Families, single person households, and seniors all qualify for affordable housing. The application for each project will list the income limits.
Individuals interested in applying for affordable housing should contact the Administrative Agent for each project, the Township’s Administrative Agent or the Township’s Municipal Housing Liaison. The Township’s Administrative Agent is Triad Associates. You can contact Katherine Packowski at Triad Associates at (856) 690-9590 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Municipal Housing Liaison for the Township of Cinnaminson is Michael King. He may be reached by phone at 856-735-2398 or by email at email@example.com. The Municipal Housing Liaison serves as the municipality’s primary point of contact on affordable housing issues.
For more information, please view the following PDFs:
Apply for Employment at the Township
ADMINISTRATOR – CINNAMINSON TOWNSHIP, Burlington County.
Township Committee form of government, population 15,000 with an annual budget of $15 million, seeks a motivated professional to oversee the daily operations of the Township. Position is a full time, appointed position that reports to the governing body. Applicants should have prior experience and education in governmental operations, public or business administration, human resources or a closely related field. Candidate should possess strong interpersonal skills, highly-proficient computer skills (experience with Edmunds a plus), as well as the ability to manage multiple assignments on a daily basis. Candidates should have sufficient background in Civil Service Commission rules and regulations as they relate to various personnel matters. Responsibilities include but are not limited to budget, purchasing, land use administration, COAH, project management, labor negotiations, personnel, insurance, payroll oversight, strategic planning (as it relates to management) and any additional duties assigned by the Township Committee. Must attend public meetings. Preferred experience in community & economic development or related management. Bachelor’s Degree required, MPA or MBA preferred. Salary DOQ. EOE. Email cover letter, resume, salary, benefit requirements and copies of any related certifications/licenses to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submission is June 22, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.