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March 16, 2020Dear Manville Borough ResidentFor 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.orgManville Police Department-Non Emergency Number 908-725-1900Ext 103-Reception/Clerks Office/Deputy RegistrarExt 117-Construction/Zoning/Fire SafetyExt 101-Tax/Utility OfficeExt 106-Recreation Department E Mail Recinfo@manvilleNJ.orgDepartment of Public Works-908-725-5512Tax and Sewer Utility payments can be done online at ManvilleNJ.orgPlea se continue to monitor the Borough Website: ManvilleNJ.org or like the Manville OEM Facebook Page.SincerelyMayor Richard Onderko and John Bentz, Director of the Office of Emergency Management