Starting June 5th , 2017, The Code Enforcement Office will be open

from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM Monday through Friday




Please call 908-806-6114 to schedule Permit Inspections.

*Inspection requests must be called in during normal business hours listed above. Please do not leave Inspection requests on voicemail, as they will not be scheduled.*




The Construction Office enforces the regulations of the Uniform Construction Code (UCC) of the State of New Jersey. All construction is regulated by the UCC and its referenced codes and standards. Construction Permits are reviewed and issued by the Construction Department. The UCC has six Subcodes: Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Fire and Elevator. Each of the Subcodes has an official designated to enforce the regulations of the applicable Subcode, as well as Inspectors to monitor compliance under the supervision of the Construction Official.


The Subcode Officials review and approve plans submitted, perform inspections as necessary and issue stop work orders where appropriate. The Construction Official is the Administrator of the Construction Department who releases all permits after review by the appropriate Subcode Official, ensures that all inspections are scheduled and performed, that reports are completed and properly filed, approves all Certificates of Occupancy and issues violations notices when necessary in order to maintain UCC compliance.




For all Construction Permit Applications, please be sure to include the following (All forms available below, three part forms and official permit jackets are available in the Construction office):

  • One Original of the Construction Permit Application form. 
  • One Original plus two copies of all applicable Subcode Technical Section forms. (signed and sealed when required)
  • One Original of the Chimney Verification form when applicable.
  • One copy of a State Home Improvement Contractors License for all general contractors.
  • Two copies of any specification sheets for all equipment being installed.
  • Two copies of any plans or diagrams, both signed and sealed by a licensed architect or engineer.

Any Construction Permit that requires Zoning approval Must have an Approved Zoning Application submitted with the Construction Permit Application. Applications will not be accepted if the approved Zoning is not included.


For additional information, including the applicable codes in effect, please click on the following link which will direct you to the State Department of Community Affairs, Division of Codes & Standards: