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 email@example.com. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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
The Cinnaminson Township Police Department is now hiring Retired Police Officers for
School Class III Special Police Officer Positions.
- Provide law enforcement and security services to the school, school grounds and areas adjacent to the school.
- Assist school administrators in emergency crisis planning and building security matters.
- Initiate interaction with students in the classroom and general areas of the school building.
- Attend and participate in school functions which may require speaking to large groups of teachers, parents, or students.
- Build working relationships with the school’s staff as well as with student and parent groups.
- Promote the profession of police officer and be a positive role model.
- Increase the visibility and accessibility of police to the school community.
- Assist with vehicle and pedestrian traffic during arrival and dismissal.
- Lead professional development workshop for staff in topics related including, but not limited to school security, student safety, adolescent trends, gang awareness, etc.
- Provide age-appropriate direct student instruction throughout the year on topical matters.
- Work with various district stakeholders as a part of a team to promote a positive and safe school climate.
- Work with counselors and other student support staff to assist students and to provide services to students involved in situations where referrals to service agencies are necessary.
- Provide periodic updates to both school district and law enforcement supervising entities.
Minimum Qualifications: the applicant must:
• Be a resident of the State of New Jersey during his or her term of appointment to this position.
• Be able to read, write, and speak the English language with reasonable proficiency and possess a High School diploma or equivalent.
• Be sound in body and of good health, which must be certified by a physician licensed to practice in the State of New Jersey.
• Be of good moral character and must not have been convicted of any offense involving dishonesty as would make the applicant unfit to perform the duties.
• Be a retired law enforcement officer less than 65 years of age who served as a duly-qualified, fully-trained, full-time police officer in any municipality or county of this state, or as a member of the State Police, and was separated from that service in good standing within three years of appointment to this position.
• Be physically capable of performing the function of the position in accordance with the Police Training Commission (PTC).
• Possess a NJ Police Training Commission Basic Police Officer Certification or NJ State Police Academy Certification.
• Possess a valid New Jersey Driver’s License.
• Successfully pass a background investigation.
• Applicants successfully passing the first phase will be subject to oral interviews.
• Any applicant offered a conditional offer of employment will be required to pass a medical examination, psychological examination and drug screening.
• Preference may be given to retired police officers who previously served as a School Resource Officer (SRO), Juvenile Officer, D.A.R.E/L.E.A.D. Instructor, or similar experience.
Starting Salary for Class III Special Police Officer shall be $30.00 per hour and he/she shall work as assigned, while school is in session, to be determined upon hiring.
The Township of Cinnaminson is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants shall be given full consideration.
Resumes should be mailed to the attention of Lt. Rich Calabrese at the following address:
Cinnaminson Township Police Department
900 Manor Road
Cinnaminson, NJ 08077
Resumes may also be sent electronically to email@example.com.
by the end of business day August 3, 2018.
JOB DESCRIPTION: POLICE RECORDS CLERK
POSITION: Part Time Police Records Clerk
HOURS: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm – 4 days per week– up to 28 hours weekly
SALARY: To be determined
LOCATION: Cinnaminson Police Department, 900 manor Road, Cinnaminson, NJ
HOURS: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm – 4 days per week– up to 28 hours weekly
General Statement of Duties:
The Police Records Clerk performs administrative work of a confidential and responsible nature for Administrative Staff and Officers. Organizes and Maintains confidential & non-confidential police records, and provides information or referral services to the public when applicable.
Works under the direction of the Officer-in-Charge of the Police Department or designee. The employee plans and carries out the successive steps and handles problems and deviations in the work assignment in accordance with instructions, policies, previous training or accepted practices in the job.
- High school diploma and two years related experience
- Experience and knowledge of computer software (i.e. Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Outlook, Explorer or other browser programs)
Knowledge, Skill & Abilities:
- Computer literate
- Good writing, analytical & problem-solving skills
- Knowledge of principles and practices of organization and record management
- Ability to communicate effectively
- Ability to operate standard office equipment, including but not limited to; computers, telephone systems, typewriters, calculators, copiers and facsimile machines.
- Ability to follow oral and written instructions
- Ability to work alone or part of a team
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Ability to maintain confidentiality and security of police records & information when retrieving & distributing all related materials
- Review and comprehend of information from police reports
- Data entry of information from police reports into police department in-house computer system, or related data base
- Comply with OPRA (Open Public Records Act) requirements, in addition to applicable federal, state and local requirements & procedures
- Attends training when assigned
- Interact professionally & effectively with customers
- Collect & register monies received
- Alphabetic & numeric filing of reports and other related documents
- Properly learn how to use in-house computer systems for the purpose of applicable background checks
- Retrieve information for the Uniform Crime Report (UCR)
- Generate reports and expunge records as directed
- Retrieves mail, sorts and delivers to proper individuals
- Interact with employees of the Police Department, Township employees, and customers and staff the receptionist window when needed.
- Answer and direct all administrative, informational, emergency and non-emergency telephone calls, referring them to the proper extension or authority
- Greet the public including walk in complaints directing them to the proper person or office
- Ability to represent the Township in a professional manner to deliver the most positive public image. How residents, vendors, coworkers, etc. perceive you is a reflection on the Township. The duties listed above are only examples of the various duties that are performed in the Police Records Bureau. The position does not exclude any duties not listed but will include similar or related duties. Job descriptions are subject to change if the needs or requirements the police department mandates.To apply:
Applications are made available at the http://www.cinnaminsonnj.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Employment-Application.pdf
Please send or deliver completed applications and resume to the following address before the closing date listed.
SEND APPLICATION TO: Cinnaminson Township Police Cinnaminson, NJ 08077
856-829-6667 ext. 2060
900 Manor Road
Lt. Rich Calabrese