News and Alerts

Next Borough Council Meeting

Monday, December 18, 2023 at 7:00 PM

Location: Stockton Borough Hall

Action will be taken during this meeting.

For more details, please see the “Borough Council Documents” tab on this website.

The Planning Board Reorganization Meeting:

Tuesday, January 16, 2024 (6PM) On Zoom  Planning Board Reorganization Notice

Action will be taken during this meeting.

For more details, please see the “Planning Board” tab on this website.

New Borough Clerk/Registrar Open Office Hours:
Monday: 5:30-6:30 PM

Friday: 9:00-11:00 AM

If possible, please call ahead to confirm.

For the quickest response to any inquiries, please email the following:

Clerk/Deputy Clerk –
Registrar of Vital Statistics –
Tax Assessor –
Tax Collector / Utilities –
Construction Department –
Zoning –
Mayor –

If you are inquiring about information for a residence, you will need to submit an OPRA request to the Clerk/Deputy Clerk. The form can be found here Forms

Announcement: At the August 15th Borough Council Meeting the Council voted to approve Ordinance 23-04 authorizing the acquisition of the Stockton School.

Thank you to the Stockton Civic Committee for hanging our holiday lights!

Announcement:  Please be aware that within the next few weeks, JCPL will begin trimming trees that overhang power lines in Stockton and in Delaware Township.

Announcement: The NJ DOT will be replacing a guardrail over the D&R canal along Bridge Street in the coming weeks. The work is expected to take less than a day and will require alternating traffic for several hours. Residents should be prepared for noise and dust.

Announcement: The NJ Water Supply Authority began the Canal Bank Stabilization Project, in Stockton, on Monday, August 7. They will be removed tarps and stabilized the bank to make the Borough safer from river flooding. Be prepared for  continued noise and dust as they wrap up the project. Work was predicted to take 3-6 months.

Water & Sewer Rate FAQ’s – Click Here

Flood Disclosure: NJ bill S3110/A4783, requires sellers of property and landlords to make certain notifications regarding flooding. Under the law, sellers of real property and landlords must disclose knowledge of a property’s history of flooding, flood risk, and location in a flood zone or area. Additionally, the law requires landlords to notify tenants of the availability of insurance for renters through the National Flood Insurance program.

Notice: Some wild animals in Stockton have shown signs of having medical issues. To maintain pet safety, our animal control officer is recommending that residents avoid leaving pet food outside near your homes, since this could attract wild animals with illnesses.

2023 Borough mailer  HERE

2023 Dog and Cat Licenses are due for Renewal
* Rabies vaccine must be valid through November 30, 2023 or a license can not be issued
* You can mail in your renewal
2023 License Form

Hunterdon County Recycling Dates
2023 Household Hazardous Waste Cleanup Day
2023 Hunterdon County Electronics Collection