Update on Municipal Services as of January 1, 2021
Limited Access to West Windsor Township Municipal Offices Remains Until Further Notice As Efforts Continue to Slow the Spread of COVID-19
The Municipal Building lobby is open to the public weekdays, between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., to drop off or pick-up items. Drop off/Pick up bins are labeled by department/division/office. Staff checks the bins several times a day. If you are dropping off tax and sewer payments, please insert them through the slot of the locked Drop Box on the exterior of the building near the ramp. Informative signage is displayed in the front entryway and has directions on what to do when you arrive. The Township continues to follow CDC guidelines, so wearing a mask is required when entering the building.
Township offices may be contacted directly by phone or e-mail. A list of contact information for Departments/Divisions can be accessed here . You may also choose to skip the trip to Township offices entirely by obtaining and submitting many of the Township forms and permit applications online. Click here to find out all the different ways that you can conduct your Township business with us electronically.
Essential services, such as Public Safety, are fully operational as well as other government operations. The limited access of the municipal offices to the public is a precautionary measure in order to sustain the Township’s continuity of business operations and the ability to deliver essential and non-essential municipal services. The Municipal Offices are fully staffed and continue to provide services to our community.
Thank you for your cooperation. The situation continues to evolve, so please remember to visit the Township website for additional information and any changes the Township makes to our operations as a result of new guidelines issued by Governor Murphy. As we work to lessen the impact of this global pandemic, the health and safety of all of our neighbors and families is paramount.