OPRA - Open Public Records Act
On January 8, 2002, the New Jersey State Legislature passed P.L. 2001, c. 404, known as the Open Public Records Act (OPRA), which enacted changes in the law concerning public access to government records. This law expanded the public's right of access to government records and facilitated the way in which that access is provided by the custodian of those records.
Publicly available information that does not require an OPRA request:
- Archived Agendas and Minutes are available for many public meetings including Agriculture Development Board, Board of Chosen Freeholders, Board of Taxation, Development Review, Open Space Committee, Planning Board, Solid Waste Advisory Council, Water Quality Management PAC.
- Deeds and Mortgages
- Development Applications Plans
- Food Inspection Results
- Freeholder Minutes and Resolutions
- GIS Open Data
- Septic and Well Records
- Tax Assessment Records
OPRA Request Form (Other government functions)
If you are requesting information from core government departments, please print out form, complete it and mail it to the address at the top of the form, or fax it back to the Custodian of Records at 973-383-1124.