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City Ordinance-Payable Violations

ELIZABETH MUNICIPAL COURT LOCAL SUPPLEMENTAL VIOLATION BUREAU SCHEDULE

PART I

TRAFFIC SECTION

1. Designated Offenses

Forms to Download

Please click the title of the form you wish to download.

 

Forms:

Plea by Mail

Municipal Court

                                                                                                

NEW YOUTH WEBSITE: Elizabeth Youth T.O.D.A.Y.

Visit the City's Youth Website. Representing Elizabeth Youth T.O.D.A.Y., the site has been designed for our next generation and features:

·         Contests and activities

·         Registration forms and upcoming events

2015 - Recycling and Garbage Brochures

 

To view 2015 year's Recycling & Garbage Brochure, please click here.

Office on Aging

The Office on Aging sponsors a number of programs, activities, and services that provide assistance to senior citizens and disabled residents of Elizabeth. In order to process applications correctly, it is highly advisable to contact the office regarding the eligibility guidelines and the necessary documents required. Please note that income guidelines and documents are subject to change.

Building Future Leaders

Building Future Leaders Program –B.F.L is the newest after school program supervised and coordinated by The City of Elizabeth Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Youth. B.F.L. raises community awareness and builds leadership skills. Members of the B.F.L. also have access to recreational facilities throughout the city. This program will bring together a diverse group of high school students to help build their community, gain leadership skills, receive mentoring, explore various art forms, plan and promote community events and volunteer in the community as well.

The S.O.A.R. Program

S.O.A.R. Program - Special opportunities for Achievement & Reawakening (S.O.A.R.), administered by the Office on Youth. S.O.A.R. delivers services to children and families from the community. The purpose of the program is to encourage community participation by stressing the importance of providing a safe environment, which is alcohol, tobacco, and drug free. S.O.A.R. emphasizes the importance of educational achievement, recreational activities and counseling for youth ages 6-14 and their families.

Libraries

Main Library
11 South Broad Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07202-3486
Phone: 908-354-6060
Monday to Thursday, 9am to 9pm; Friday: 10am to 9pm
Saturday 9am to 5pm

Safe Haven

 

Safe Haven - The Safe Haven Program provides a safe, structured and nurturing environment for the children and families of Elizabeth port. Safe Haven provides activities where the community can interact with local police officers, demonstrating positive role models in the community. The Safe Haven Program also provides an alternative to negative activities, creating a place where children can be accepted and achieve. There are various programs for children ages 6-14. Activities include, but are not limited to:

Clubs: 

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