American Jewish Committee New Jersey Office 225 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ07041 The American Jewish Committee (AJC), established in 1906 by a small group of American Jews, is a non-profit organization…More that is focused on combating anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry here and around the world. This is the New Jersey office of the AJC.
Millburn Administration 375 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ07041 Located at Town Hall, the administration department is in charge of running the town's business. Administrator Tim…More Gordon oversees the town's day-to-day business and serves at the pleasure of the Township Committee. The staff is helpful in assisting residents with issues.
Millburn Town Hall is located along Millburn Avenue in the middle of the downtown area. It houses several town…More departments including administration, building, the clerk, engineering, finance, health, recreation, senior citizens, tax assessor, tax collector and welfare.
The second floor meeting room is also where most town boards and commissions meet, including the Township Committee. The first floor is the area where residents can find help on town services. Several staff members are ready to help answer questions on town services including recreation programs, paying taxes and licensing a pet.
Since its establishment in 1992, the Downtown Millburn Development Alliance (also known as the DMDA and/or Downtown…More Millburn) is the management entity of the Special Improvement District that works cooperatively with property owners, merchants, restaurants and township officials to implement initiatives, special projects, special events and visual enhancements to make Downtown Millburn a shopping and dining destination for residents and visitors.
The Special Improvement District is funded through taxes paid in property taxes for commercial or retail space. Property owners are charged a 0.0012 rate, meaning that 0.0012 percent of their property taxes go toward funding the Special Improvement District in Downtown Millburn. There are 118 property owners listed on the assessment role.
Downtown Millburn works closely with the Township on a wide variety of issues affecting the downtown area, including but not limited to flooding, parking, traffic, maintenance and other subjects of mutual concern.
Downtown Millburn is governed by a fifteen member Board of Directors. An eight member Executive Committee oversees the daily operations. In addition, many people volunteer their time serving on committees and helping with special events to make Downtown Millburn a premier shopping and dining destination.
Downtown Millburn produces a Spring event, the farmers market, a Fall event, pre-school trick or treat and the Snowflake parade. Check the website for more information.