Clerk’s Office – City Administrator – Vitals

OPRA Logs for 2014, 2015 & 2016 – Click Here

 


Form NameDownloadInstructions
Employment ApplicationClick HerePlease print out and submit to 512 Monmouth Street
NJ Liquor License ApplicationsClick Here to get Forms from State WebsiteComplete and return to City Clerk’s Office
Bingo & Raffle License ApplicationsClick Here to get Forms from the State WebsiteComplete and return to City Clerk’s Office
New Jersey Voter Registration ApplicationClick HereFollow the directions on the forms and then mail via US Postal mail to Camden County
Birth, Death and Marriage request form

Click Here

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More information here
Marriage License ApplicationClick HereInstructions included in download. More information here
Dog License FormClick HerePlease see additional information here
Cat License FormClick HerePlease see additional information here
Open Public Records Act (OPRA)Click HereForm necessary to obtain public records from the City of Gloucester

Licenses are also required for: Bingo, Curb Setting, Junk Dealer, Liquor, Raffles, Solicitors, Street Opening, Taxicab. For further information on these licenses, please contact our office.


Domestic PartnershipsClick Here for information on Domestic Partnerships.


Vital Statistics

Click Here for additional Vital Statistics Information

Click Here for Frequently Asked Questions on Vital Statistics


Dog and Cat Licenses

DOG & CAT LICENSES ARE DUE NOW

All dogs and cats must be licensed.  Licenses must be renewed annually in January.  A late fee applies to licenses that are not paid by the last day of March.  Licenses are available at the City Clerk’s office.  All dogs and cats must be licensed by 7 months of age.  An annual free rabies clinic is usually held in October each year at the Public Works building.

The New Jersey Department of Health has required all municipal Clerks to distribute information pertaining to animal cruelty to each person licensing a dog. Please feel free to review the full statutes if interested: they can be accessed through the New Jersey Department of Health website:
4:22-17 cruelty; certain acts, crime; degrees

4:22-26 penalties for various acts constituting cruelty
Guide to Prevention of Animal Cruelty Laws 2018


 

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