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Posted on: November 22, 2020

[ARCHIVED] City offices closed to public until further notice

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Effective Monday, November 23, all city offices, including City Hall, will be closed to the public. Citizens are asked to conduct business remotely online or by calling or emailing the department providing the required service. These actions are based on guidance and recommendations from health officials, and will be implemented with a priority to safeguard the health and well being of the Summit community and city staff.

 Full staff directory.

Department of Community Services: DCS on the second floor at City Hall will remain open with normal business hours for document drop off and pickup only. Enter the building through the second lobby door on the left, off the parking lot. 908-273-6404 or

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The Municipal Transfer Station is still operating under a normal schedule until further notice.            

Parking Services: 908-522-5100, email:

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Tax Payments: website, Office: 908-273-6403, email: Tax payments can be made online. A drop box for tax payments is located in the vestibule off the parking lot.

Tax Assessments: website, Office: 908-273-6405, email:

 Office of the City Clerk: 908-273-6400 or A drop box for Clerk’s Office documents is located on a table in the Police Department entrance to the building.

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Department of Community Programs: 908-277-2932 or
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Office of Health & Vital Statistics: 908-277-6464 or A drop box is located outside the office for payment and correspondence. Phones answered from 8:30AM to 4:15PM daily. Contact this department for:

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