News and Announcements
Municipal Offices Opening to Public June 1, 2021
With COVID-19 Restrictions lightening, we will resume opening to the public on June 1, 2021. We do request, however, that if you have any tax bills or documentation that can be readily dropped off in our lock box (on the left hand side of the front doors to the Municipal Building), that you continue to do so.
High Point Regional Budget
High Point Regional High School superintendent Scott Ripley discussed the school's budget at the Franklford Township Committee meeting on April 13. Click here to view the 2021-22 HPRHS Budget Presentation (PDF, opens a new window).
2021 Fireworks Schedule
The Sussex County Miners has announced its 2021 fireworks schedule, to be held at Skylands Stadium. Dates are:
- Thursday, May 27
- Saturday, May 29
- Saturday, June 12
- Saturday, June 26
- Sunday, July 4
- Saturday, July 24
- Saturday, July 31
- Saturday, August 21
- Saturday, September 4
- Saturday, September 11
Frankford Township Hometown Hero
The Hometown Hero Banner Program provides the opportunity for a member of the public to purchase a military recognition banner to commemorate the service of a Hometown Hero. Banners will be placed on township telephone poles lining US Highway 206. Current or prior residents of Frankford Township who are active, retired, deceased or honorably discharged members of the United States Armed Forces service branches are eligible. See flyer. See order form.
Community Emergency Response Team
Looking for Township residents to start a CERT and become better prepared to respond to emergency situations right here in your own community. CERT members must be at least 18 years of age. Training will be provided free of charge. For more information and application, download the flyer or call OEM Coordinator Jeff Lewis at 973-479-7203 or Cathy Palazzolo at 973-876-4452.
Sussex County Senior Times is a publication of the Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Senior Services. It is a free newsletter chock full of information and tips for seniors. Click here for the latest issue.
Our community can take measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Individuals can practice everyday prevention measures like frequent hand washing, staying home when sick, and covering coughs and sneezes. Here are some facts about COVID-19: Click here for information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Click here for information from the Sussex County Health Department.
Sussex County Local Business Map
The County of Sussex, in partnership with the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce and the Sussex County Economic Development partnership, has created a map of open businesses in the region. This resource will help our community support its businesses and make shopping local easier by providing information about what is open, what services are being offered, how the services are being delivered and more. Business owners can provide information about their business location, hours of operation, special services, etc. There is no charge to participate. Go to the interactive map page.
Public notice from the Sussex County Division of Engineering: Bridge D-18 to be closed. This bridge is located on Fenwick Road and crosses over a tributary of the Papakating Creek. Click here for more information.
Social Security Fraud
We recently received reports where individuals have been contacted by someone pretending to be an SSA employee. The intent of this type of call may be to steal your identity and/or money from your bank accounts. The caller generally asks you for personal information such as your Social Security number, date of birth, your mother's maiden name, or your bank or financial account information.
The impersonator may state that "the SSA computers are down" or may refer to enrollment in the Medicare prescription drug program. The intent of this type of call may be to steal your identity and/or money from your bank accounts. You should not provide any of this information to these individuals.
If you receive a suspicious call:
- Hang up
- Do NOT give money or personal information
- Report the scam at OIG.SSA.GOV
Free Radon Test Kits
Frankford Township has received the Radon Awareness Program Grant, which alows us to offer free radon test kits to our residents. The kits will be available at the Municipal Building beginning January 3, 2020, on a first come, first served, basis. For more information, contact the Deputy Clerk at 973-948-5566. Click here to download the Protect Your Family from Radon flyer.
Clean-Up with Clean Communities
This is a great way for non-profit organizations, sport teams, PTAs, senior groups, etc. to earn money for the group. Contact Diane Brauchle at frankfordcleancommunity@gmail to schedule your clean up!
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