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March 16, 2020 - Health Advisory - Nixle Alert

Dear Manville Borough Resident 

For the health of the residents and staff the Borough of Manville will be closing Borough Hall to the Public starting Tuesday March 17, 2020. The Borough and the Office of Emergency Management will continue to monitor the ever-changing situation with COVID-19. 
All departments will be available to assist the residents by phone, fax, email, US Mail or the drop box located in the front of Borough Hall at the main entrance. 
A resident can set up an appointment to meet with a department outside the office by contacting the department. The meeting can be set up based on need and the Borough will require that the following screening questions be answered, prior to setting up the appointment. 
  • Are you having flu-like symptoms, such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath? 
  • In the last 14 days have you traveled to a high-risk area for transmission of COVID-19? 
  • Have you been in close contact with someone confirmed or is being evaluated for COVID-19? 
Please call the construction and zoning office at 908-725-9478 ext/ 117 or e-mail the department at mmcivor@ManvilleNJ.org The Borough of Manville will continue to inspect-New Construction. Please note that if there are people living in a home that needs to be inspected, this will be postponed until a later date. All other inspections will be done on an as needed basis and the applicant will have to respond to the basic screening questions. 
Borough Hall Main Phone Number is 908-725-9478. E Mail Boroinfo@ManvilleNJ.org 
Manville Police Department-Non Emergency Number 908-725-1900 
Ext 103-Reception/Clerks Office/Deputy Registrar 
Ext 117-Construction/Zoning/Fire Safety 
Ext 101-Tax/Utility Office 
Ext 106-Recreation Department E Mail Recinfo@manvilleNJ.org 
Department of Public Works-908-725-5512 
Tax and Sewer Utility payments can be done online at ManvilleNJ.org 

Please continue to monitor the Township Website: ManvilleNJ.org or like the Manville Oem Facebook Page. 

Sincerely 
Mayor Richard Onderko and Office of Emergency Managem
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Manville, NJ 08835

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March 15, 2020 COVID-19 Statement from the Mayor

Dear Manville Residents,

During this challenging time, caused by the COVID-19 virus, the Borough of Manville will continue to provide services in the most responsible manner possible. Our priority is to protect the health of the public and our employees.  To that end, we have taken a number of steps to ensure everyone’s safety and the continuity of services provided by your municipal government. 

We hope the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) below will help to address some of your questions:

1.) Will municipal offices be open for business?

Beginning Monday, March 16th until further notice access to the municipal building will be restricted to the front lobby.  In an effort to limit the need to access the building residents are encouraged to utilize email and phone to contact borough employees. Borough Hall operating hours will remain 9:00am-5:00pm unless conditions or circumstances warrant a change.  Any payments, including tax or sewer, may be left in the drop box at Borough Hall.  Public Works Facility located at Gladys Avenue will be closed to the public.  Any concerns can be communicated to DPW@ManvilleNJ.org or via phone at 908-725-5512.  There will be no change in services provided by DPW.

2.) What about municipal meetings?

Residents are encouraged to check the Borough website for updates regarding municipal meetings, which are subject to change based on guidance from public health officials.

3.) How can I get more information?

We urge all residents at this time to stay in communication with us by visiting the

 Borough of Manville website at www.manvillenj.org/  We also encourage residents to sign up for Nixle alerts via https://local.nixle.com/register/ or by visiting our Nixle update site at https://local.nixle.com/zipcode/08844/  Anyone utilizing Facebook can follow by liking the Manville OEM page.

If you have general COVID-19 questions:

  • Call 908-231-7111 (for a daily automated reading of the coronavirus (COVID-19) status in Somerset County)

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4.) What advice do you have to help residents stay healthy?

  1. “Social distancing” actions are strongly urged.  While such actions will not eliminate this virus, they can help slow down its spread. Slowing COVID-19 spread in our community will help our health care system better assist those who become ill during this time.
  2. Please be patient during this time and avoid social gatherings and close person-to-person contact where exposure is possible. The Governor has prohibited large public gatherings of over 250 persons.
  3. Practice good hygiene, including frequent hand washing, cover coughs and sneezes with your elbows or tissues, maintain a distance of 6 ft. and do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
  4. Pick up the phone and talk to neighbors, family and friends, who may be feeling distressed, especially seniors. We are in this together, even if not so much in person!
  5. Stay home if you are sick until you are well. “Well” means no fever (must be fever-free for 24 hours without medication) and no cough. If you are feeling ill, call your doctor’s office.

More information will be made available to the Manville public as further evaluation of the situation occurs. Please check the Borough website for updates.

Mayor Richard Onderko
Borough of Manville


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