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***We do not take cash payments in the drop box and are not responsible for cash payments left in the drop box**** COVID-19 Cases as of 4/20~ 357 in Mendham Borough information from County of Morris, NJ Office of Health Management**** This is a cumulative number since the state started reporting on cases****     
***We do not take cash payments in the drop box and are not responsible for cash payments left in the drop box**** COVID-19 Cases as of 4/20~ 357 in Mendham Borough information from County of Morris, NJ Office of Health Management**** This is a cumulative number since the state started reporting on cases****     

Mendham Borough Seal BOROUGH OF MENDHAM
973-543-7152 • 2 West Main Street • Mendham, NJ 07945

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Important Storm Information

Release Date: December 15, 2020

Please be advised that Mendham is under a winter storm warning for Wednesday, December 16 into Thursday, December 17. We urge all residents and business owners to take the proper precautions in advance of this storm. We ask that you do your best to stay at home and off the roads until the storm has passed and roads safely cleared. The following are some specific steps we are asking residents and business owners to review:

  • To avoid unnecessary shoveling, please wait to shovel sidewalks and the end of your driveway until snow has stopped and the DPW is finished plowing your road (usually a couple of hours once the snow has stopped)
  • Please do not shovel or snow blow snow back into the road, this creates a dangerous situation when re-freezing
  • Residents and business owners are responsible for clearing the sidewalk on their property. This is for the safety of pedestrians and to avoid the need to walk in the street
  • It is important to call in a power outage.  Crews are prioritized and dispatched according to customer facility type and a few other factors, including aggregate exposure or the total number of residential customers out in a particular area. Residents should not assume the event has been reported if they believe the neighbor called or logged the outage. 

  • Please try and keep your fire hydrants clear of snow to help the Fire Department locate and connect to the towns hydrants in the case of an emergency . 

  • Keep at least one path to the entrance of your house (garage, side or front door, etc) clear for emergency access.