Limited Public Access to Borough Hall Starting January 6th
After careful consideration due to the current heightened risk of COVID-19, Stone Harbor Borough Hall will be closed to the public beginning January 6th until further notice, with the exception of public meetings and pre-approved appointments.
This limited access only applies to the public. The Borough Hall staff is working and can be reached by phone or email to assist the public. Visits by appointment will only be allowed for specific services such as wedding licenses or construction permits. Please call or email in advance to schedule an appointment.
Front Desk: 609-368-5102
Construction Office: 609-368-6814
In-person access to Public Meetings, such as Borough Council, Zoning and Planning is still available, in accordance with building capacity restrictions. All Public Meetings are available via Zoom video conference and we encourage the public to use this format whenever possible.
Residents, homeowners and visitors should be aware that there is a drop box located on the side door of 95th Street. This box is monitored on a regular basis and should be used for routine payments and paperwork. To the extent possible, the Borough requests that interested parties continue to conduct business remotely by email, drop box or mail.
In order to ensure the public health and safety of all visitors and employees, the following conditions will apply:
Every appointment must be scheduled using email or by calling the respective office;
Entry into the Borough Hall will be through the door located on 95th Street, except that construction and zoning visits will occur through the side door located on the southwest side of building;
Visitors may only enter Borough Hall while protected by a properly worn face mask;
Visitors may only enter the building after verbally verifying that they have recently washed their hands with soap and water or have recently used approved alcohol-based hand sanitizer (≥ 60% ethyl alcohol);
Visitors may only enter the building after verbally verifying that they are not experiencing an elevated (≥ 100.4F) body temperature;
Visitors may only enter the building after verbally verifying that they are not experiencing signs of sickness, including, but not limited to a cough, chills, runny or stuffy nose, shortness of breath, sore throat or diarrhea.
Visitors may only enter the building after verbally verifying that they have not knowingly been exposed to someone with COVID-19.
Visitors agree to conduct business in the shortest practical time necessary;
Visitors agree to visit the building with the minimum number of companions necessary to conduct business (but we also understand that young children need parental supervision);