for information on how to protect our water supply with tips on litter, vehicle waste, recycling, etc.
Website last updated: Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Rain washes pollutants into storm drains and directly into our lakes, rivers and the ocean.
So what can you do?
Mailing Address: 133 County Route 645, Sandyston, NJ 07826
To Report a Lost or Abandoned Dog:
During Office Hours:
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Contact the State Police
Revaluation in Sandyston Township
Attention Sandyston Residents: There is a Facebook post informing residents that a person posing as a revaluation appraiser is in Sandyston. This matter has been investigated and it has been found that this person was in fact employed by Appraisal Systems and appears to be a misunderstanding. Please remember that Appraisal Systems is the company hired to perform these inspections. You should always ask for ID showing they are employed by Appraisal Systems. If you feel that someone is misrepresenting themselves please report the matter to the State Police immediately. You may contact Appraisal Systems directly at 973-386-1111 with questions or concerns. You may also contact the Municipal Clerk of Sandyston Township between 9 am and 2 pm.
David Kaye, Eric Rose and Kevin Palumbo are the three appraisers that have been assigned to Sandyston Township and as this process comes to a conclusion, Appraisal Systems may appoint more employees to our area. Please check our website for information or contact the municipal building.
Appraisal Systems inspectors will visit your home and measure the exterior of the premises and any outbuildings. If you are home, they will have valid ID and will request to do an interior inspection. It is a short process that takes approximately 10 minutes or less. If you are not home, the inspectors will leave a card for you to call and set up a time for a more convenient inspection.
Sandyston Has Heart
sponsored by Sandyston Township Historical Society
For the fifth year, we will collect donations of gift cards in any denomination and present them to the nurse at the Sandyston-Walpack School. A paper heart will hang on the door of the municipal building in honor of your donation! Donations will be collected until Friday, December 19, 2014.
Sandyston Township Switches to Sussex County 911 Communications Center for Dispatching Services
Effective December 16, 2014, the Sussex County 911 Communications Center for Dispatching Services will be up and running. Currently, Sandyston Township is one of 10 municipalities that has joined the County for these services. Each of the 10 towns involved in the changeover has been assigned a specific telephone number to receive alarms such as fire, and medical. These are the same alarms that currently ring into the present 911 service center but need to be changed because of the new location.
Anyone with such an alarm should contact their alarm provider with the new number so this new number can be programmed into the company's response system: