Walpack Township
9 Main Street
Walpack Center, NJ 07881
Phone and Fax:
Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Direct Mail to: 16 Old Mine Road, Walpack NJ 07881



Last Tuesday of every month at 7 pm at the Walpack Township Mayor and Committee meetings
are held at the Walpack Municipal Building, 9 Main Street, Walpack NJ,
unless remote meetings remain in order.

The 2021 Reorganization meeting shall be scheduled on January 4, 2021 at 7 pm.

January 26, 2021 meeting is cancelled


From Mayor Maglio:




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New Jersey Department of Health’s Vital Records Walk-in Center is closed to the public for a period of two weeks, starting March 19th, 2020
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News Release: Old Mine Road Repairs Resume between Millbrook and Flatbrookville

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The Delaware Water Gap NRA News Release

Old Mine Road Repairs and Partial Closure to Begin September 9

BUSHKILL, PA- A one-mile section of Old Mine Road on the New Jersey side of Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is about to get some extensive and much-needed repairs. Preliminary work has begun on a section of Old Mine Road between Millbrook Village and Flatbrookville (mile-marker 13 to 14). Beginning September 9 the road will be closed during the week and will be re-opened each Friday evening by 7 pm. The road will be open on weekends and work is expected to be completed by mid-November. The weekday road closure will allow workers to complete the project in less time and with fewer hazards for both the workers and travelers.

The $3.1 million project is funded through the Federal Lands Transportation Program. The project will completely rehabilitate the roadway from the sub-base up to the driving surface and improve stormwater management and drainage systems such as ditches, pipes, and culverts. According to Richard McKenna, park engineer, “This comprehensive project will increase the roadway’s longevity by correcting long-standing problems rather than simply patching potholes or adding another layer of asphalt. When completed, the improved design will also protect natural resources within the project area, including several wetlands and the Big Flatbrook Creek, one of New Jersey’s highest quality cold water fisheries.”

“Old Mine Road is one of the park’s premier cultural resources and this rehabilitation project will help us maintain it in good condition for years to come,” said Superintendent Sula Jacobs. “It serves as the primary access to the New Jersey side of the park for visitors, residents, and business owners and many people visit the park just to take a drive on Old Mine Road and enjoy the scenery and historic sites along the way.” Old Mine Road is one of the oldest roads in continuous use in the country and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Blue Mountain Lakes Road, Blue Mountain Lakes, Crater Lake, and Rivers Bend Group Campground will be closed weekdays while work is completed. Those sites will be open on Saturday’s and Sunday’s throughout the duration of the project. Emergency vehicles will be granted passage as needed.

For updates on the project and road closure visit the park’s website at www.nps.gov/dewa; follow us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/DelWaterGapNPS; or call Park Headquarters between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm weekdays at (570) 426-2457.

About the National Park Service: More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America’s 419 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. Learn more at www.nps.gov.


National Park Service Will Start Charging Fees on April 13

BUSHKILL, PA- Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area announced today that expanded amenity fees will go into effect for 2019 on Saturday, April 13  and will be collected until November 1.
Fees are charged at Smithfield Beach, Bushkill Boat Launch, Dingmans Boat Launch, Milford Beach, Watergate Recreation Area, and Turtle Beach.
Revenue generated from fees collected in the park stays in the park and is used to fund projects and services that have a direct visitor benefit including facility and trail maintenance, restrooms, boat and canoe launches, and picnic areas.
Daily fees are $10 per vehicle (up to 7 occupants) and $2 for pedestrians or additional passengers. Where fee attendants are not on duty, visitors should deposit the daily fee in a self-registration envelope provided at the entrance to the fee areas and place it in the designated secured drop box.
Annual passes are a convenient way to access the fee areas for the entire season. The passes are $45 per vehicle.
Discounts apply for multiple purchases from the same household
Please visit https://www.nps.gov/dewa/planyourvisit/fees.htm for further information and requirements.


Any requests for the Tax Assessor should be emailed to Maureen Kaman - mkamancta@hotmail.com


The Sussex County Office of Mosquito Control invites residents to access their informational website at www.sussex.nj.us.
Please find information under Mosquito Control in the Department Heading.