Jud Moore
Business Administrator/Deputy Clerk
clerksoffice@mullicatownship.org

Phone (609) 561-0064

Administrative Code
OPRA Form

The Municipal Clerk serves as secretary to the Governing Body, and is the custodian of all minutes, ordinances, resolutions, contracts and archival records of the municipality. The Township Clerk’s office also issues dog, liquor and raffle licenses, administrative permits. Registers voters and provides general information to the public.

The Clerk’s Office also oversees that requests for all public records and vital statistics. All public records are available by submitting a completed request form located here: OPRA Request Form

Margaret Brossman

Administrative Assistant

clerksoffice@mullicatownship.org

Phone (609) 561-0064

Fax (609) 561-3031

Kimberly Johnson

Township Clerk, RMC, CMR

Registrar of Vital Records

The Clerk’s Office processes requests for certified copies of vital records and/or events that occurred in Mullica Township. Certified copies of all vital records are $5.00 per copy. To obtain a certified copy you must submit a a Vital records request form, along with the appropriate fee.

Marriage License and Civil Union are issued by the Township Clerk’s Office by appointment only. You can schedule an appointment by calling 609-561-7070 or emailing clerksoffice@mullicatownship.org.

Dog Licenses

Dog licenses are due in January of each year. The cost is $5.00 for a dog that has been neutered and $8.00 for a non-neutered dog. If a license is purchased after March 31st, there will be a late fee of $5.00 per license assessed. Proof of a 10 month rabies vaccination and neutering information must be presented at the time the license is purchased. You may apply in person or by mail. If by mail, please send the appropriate fee along with the rabies and neutering certifications.

Mullica Township holds a free Rabies Clinic each March for dogs and cats. Please refer to the municipal calendar for the date.

For lost animals, please contact Animal Control at (1-800) 351-1822.

We are also required to provide you with the following information regarding the crime of animal cruelty, and how to prevent it.

Guide to Prevention of Animal Cruelty Laws

NJSA 4:22-17 Cruelty; certain acts, crime; degrees.

NJSA 4:22-26 Penalties for various acts constituting cruelty.

Election Information

Voter Registration forms, absentee ballot applications, and other election materials are available in the Municipal Clerk’s Office. Forms may be downloaded by the Atlantic County Website at www.aclink.org. Voting is in person at the polling place in your electoral districted listed on your sample ballot. Below is a listing of the polling locations or the follow the link HERE.

District I District II

Elwood Fire House Nesco Fire House
414 Elwood Road 3521 Nesco Road
Elwood Nesco

District III

Korean United Methodist Church

5340 White Horse Pike