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Yes. You can download the application from the webpage.
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Yes. The application form, "Non Residential Paving and Restriping Permit", is in the list that can be downloaded, filled out and brought to Engineering.
A maximum of 5 cubic yards one time only may be deposited. A permit from the Engineering department is required prior to the placement of any fill, mulch, or topsoil.
Prior to the placement of fill, mulch, or topsoil a soil moving/regrading permit from the Engineering Department must be obtained.
The Sidewalks are the responsibility of the homeowner to keep clean and to maintain in good condition. If you need to replace the sidewalk you will need a permit for that. That application can be downloaded from this webpage.
You have to fill out an application for an Impervious Surface permit. That can be downloaded from this webpage.
Yes, as long as you do not exceed the allowable impervious surface.
Any surface that does not have the ability to infiltrate water back into the ground, ie: roof, pool, asphalt, concrete, or paver driveway, walkway, patio, shed, etc
35% for residential zones and 55% for most industrial and commercial zones.
Yes. On February 4, 2008, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection conditionaly certified the 2006 Essex County Solid Waste Management Plan Update. The details from this can be obtained at the Engineering Office.