Welcome to the Township of Marlboro, New Jersey
Township of Marlboro, New Jersey

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Town Hall
1979 Township Drive
Marlboro, NJ 07746


Administration Department

The Administration Department is responsible for coordinating the delivery of public services to the citizens of Marlboro Township.  The Department is headed by the Township Business Administrator, who is appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Township Council. He or she serves during the Mayor's term of office and until the appointment and qualification of a successor.

The Business Administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the Township, including:

•Assisting in the preparation of the budget
•Administering a centralized purchasing system
•Developing and administering an effective personnel system
•Prescribing and enforcing rules and regulations for the efficient management of the municipal government
•Maintaining an ongoing review and analysis of budget operations, work programs and costs of municipal services


Administration Building
Marlboro Township Administration Building

The Administration Department consists of the following:

•Central Purchasing
•Budget Assistance
•Information Technology
•Drug Abuse and Control
•Welfare (Local Assistance Board)
•Human Relations

Budget Assistance Division

The Budget Assistance Division of the Administration Department is responsible for preparing an annual budget for Marlboro Township and for administering that budget in  coordination  with the heads of all municipal departments.  The Budget Assistance Division is headed by the Budget Officer whose responsibilities include:

•Compiling a budget document in accordance with the policies established by the Mayor for presentation to the Council.
•Prescribing and preparing uniform budget request forms for use by all departments.
•Reviewing and analyzing all budget requests.
•Prescribing and requiring each department to maintain records and produce reports of their respective work load and performance.
•Preparing all estimates of non-property-tax revenues.

•Maintaining an ongoing administrative review of departmental operating methods, organization and management.