Is a permit required for a sign?
All permanent signs require an application and review by the Building Department. and the Sign and Facade review committee. Temporary signs require a no-fee application. If there is a commercial non-conforming sign or replacement of an existing non-conforming sign, a site plan application must be submitted and reviewed by the Planning Board at a public hearing. Temporary signs complying with ordinance requirements are permitted without application. For more information, please contact Engineering by phone at 973-593-3060.

Show All Answers

1. What is the road right-of-way?
2. Is a permit required for a driveway?
3. Is a permit required for a sidewalk?
4. Roof drains are being replaced or a sump pump is installed. Can the drains run off at the ground surface, into the storm sewer, into the road or is a seepage/infiltration chamber required?
5. Is a permit required for a shed?
6. Is a permit required for a sign?
7. Is a permit required for a fence?
8. If there was a sewer blockage, what permits are necessary?
9. We are contemplating an addition to our home, how large can it be without a variance or public hearing being required?