November 3rd Voting Instructions - The You must be registered by October 13th. All registered voters will receive a "Vote by Mail Ballot. Mailed ballots must be postmarked by November 3rd and received by November 10th. Ballots can be dropped off at secure ballot boxes, Board of Election Offices, or polling places by 8PM on November 3rd.
In person voting will take place at polling places between 6AM - 8PM on November 3rd. You will be provided a provisional paper ballot. Additional details can be found in the NJ Votes flyer.
Township Parks Open - The township parks are now open to the public
Municipal Building Open - Bass River Township municipal building is open. All safety precautions should be followed such as wearing face masks and utilizing the drop box and or making online payments when possible to eliminate unnecessary contact.
Municipal Court is Open - The municipal court is open to public for payments and questions. There is limited in person court sessions. The court also supports optional "Virtual Court" sessions. Please call the court at 609-296-1410 regarding in person court sessions and / or visit the court page for COVID-19 procedures or to access the virtual court registration form. .
Vote by Mail Application - Unless delivering in person, Vote by Mail Application must be received by the county clerk 7 days prior to any election. See included instructions for details.
Adopted Fiscal Year 2020 Budget - The FY 2020 budget was adopted at the May 4, 2020 commissioners' meeting.
2019 - 2020 Property Tax - Residents can query and pay their property taxes online at
Bass River Township Drop Off Box - Bass River Township has a drop off box for payments and correspondence. The box is located by the Tax Office door at the municipal building.
Township Owned Real Estate for Sale - The township is accepting bids for Township owned properties. For listing and further details go to the Property Listing page.
Call Before You Dig - Remember to call 811 and have utility lines marked before digging. Policy, procedures, and contact information for AC Electric and NJ Gas can be viewed HERE.
County Flu Shots - Burlington County Health Department will be hosting Flu Shot Thursdays. Flu shots for adults and teens (13 years and older) are through Drive Thru clinics at various locations throughout the County from 9 am to 11am. Children (6 months to 12 years) are through Walk Up clinics at the Health Department (Westampton) from 2pm to 4 pm. Bass River vaccination will be September 24th 9 - 11 AM for both adults and children. Clinics will run from 9/24/2020 to 1/14/2021. Signed consent forms will be required and residents are encouraged to print out and bring the completed Adult and/or Children form with them to the clinics. More information, including locations and schedules, can be found in the detailed notice or brochure. Medicare Part B will be charged and for those without Medicare a $15 donation is requested if affordable.
County COVID-19 Test - Burlington County has a number of COVID-19 test locations. The tests are available to county residents with or without symptoms, no doctors note required. See the COVID-19 Test Flyer for details.
AC Electric COVID-19 Bill Assistance - Atlantic City Electric is encouraging residents, who may have been adversely impacted financially by COVID-19, to take steps to proactively seek assistance with making payments during this unprecedented time. See AC Message for details.
NJ Natural Gas COVID-19 and Bill Assistance Program - See NJNG message about COVID-19 precautions and payment assistance.
NJ Natural Gas Energy Assistance - There are a number of programs to provide NJ residents financial assistance with paying their energy bills. See the NJ Gas message for details
COVID-19 Guidance & Helpful Numbers - See COVID-19 bulletin for guidance from MEL Institute. Meals on Wheels is still operating call 609-702-7053. County Emergency Management website available at: http://co.burlington.nj.us/209/Emergency-Management
The State COVID-19 Information Hub contains useful data, testing sites, and State updates associated with the COVID-19 crisis.
The Burlington County Health Department website contains health related services and a link to COVID-19 information including where and how to get virus testing.
Burlington County Business Working Capital Loans- The Burlington County Freeholder Board will provide working capital loans to eligible businesses struggling as a result of the Corona virus Disease outbreak. See the press release for details. The loan application for applying.
November Election Voting Instructions