The Municipal Clerk is the Secretary to the governing body. Some of the responsibilities of the Municipal Clerk include preparing agendas, resolutions and ordinances, maintaining custody of all minutes, organizing and conducting elections, processing applications for games of chance, records coordinator, as well as executing additional duties imposed by state statute and regulations or municipal ordinances.
Registrar of Vital Statistics
The Registrar of Vital Statistics processes requests for certified copies of vital records and/or events that occurred in Mullica Township.
Certified copies of all vital records are $15.00 per copy.
To obtain a certified copy, you must submit a vital request form, along with the appropriate fee.
BY MAIL: Fill out a “vital records copy request form”, which you can obtain by emailing the Local Registrar or Deputy Registrar. Along with the completed application and payment, please send a copy of your current driver’s license and a self-addressed stamped envelope.
IN PERSON: Registrar’s office hours are Monday thru Friday 9:00am – 3:30pm.
If the ceremony did not take place in Mullica Township, please contact the Registrar in the Municipality where the ceremony was performed for the certified copies.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTERING INTO A MARRIAGE:
To apply for a marriage license, please call or email to schedule
Monday – Friday 9:00am-3:30pm
The marriage license application is to be made in the New Jersey municipality in which either party resides, and the license is valid throughout the State of New Jersey
If neither applicant is a New Jersey resident, submit the application in the municipality where the marriage ceremony will be performed; the license is only valid in the issuing municipality
Proof of identity by presenting your current driver’s license, passport, or state/federal I.D.
Proof of residency
A witness of 18 years of age or older
The $28 application fee
Any documents in a foreign language must be accompanied by a certified English translation
After you apply:
There is a 72-hour waiting period before the license can be issued. The waiting period begins when the application is filed with the Local Registrar. There is no 72-hour waiting period for a remarriage; however, you must bring a certified copy of your existing marriage.