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Seal of East Amwell Township


Meetings are the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m.

The Board of Health makes rules and regulations in the interest of public health. Members are appointed by the Township Committee. Terms of office are three years.

Board Members

Tracy Carluccio
Les Hamilton
C. Larry Tatsch
David Wang-Iverson
Charles Van Horn
Pauline Serafin
Peter Miller
Alternate 1, Leonard DeCandia
Alternate 2, Janis Grover
Secretary - Rosemary Georgett


Cooking Vendor Guidelines
Temporary Food Permit Application
Regulations for Temporary Retail Food Establishments
Portable Bathroom Application with Ordinance



Statewide Respite Care

New Disposal Options for Unwanted and Expired Medicine

LINCS - Tularemia Prevention

Take Action to Prevent the Spread of Flu Between People and Pigs at Fairs

NJ Department of Health: What You Should Know About Rabies

DEP Fact Sheet: Zika Virus and New Jersey Mosquitoes

New Jersey Rabies Cases - January 1, 2016 - March 31, 2016

New Jersey Rabies Cases - January 1, 2015 - December 31, 2015

A Homeowner's Guide to Septic Systems

Mosquitoes Question and Answer Sheet

Zika Virus Disease: Guidelines for Reporting, Testing and preventing Infection in Travelers

LINCS Update CDC Guidance for Vaccinating Children During the 2015-2016 Pentacel Manufacturing Delay

What is a Septic System?

Water Conservation

Complaint Procedure (Hunterdon County Division of Public Health Services)

Coping with Public Health Emergencies - Video Presentation and brochure by State of New Jersey Department of Human Services

Lyme Disease Prevention Tips

Groundwater Protection: How You Can Protect Your Well Water Quality

Household Water Well Owners Encouraged to Use Help Hotline


Health Advisories

LINCS Notification - FAQs about Rutgers University - New Brunswick Meningococcal Disease Outbreak (posted 7/12/16)

Basic Radon Facts

Maintaining Your Septic System - A Guide for Homeowners

Septic Systems - A Practical Alternative for Small Communities

Hunterdon County Division of Public Health Services

OUTDOOR WOOD-BURNING BOILERS - NJ DEP COMPLIANCE ADVISORY WARNING While the sale and installation of these units is legal, the strict NJDEP regulations make it very difficult to
operate them while maintaining compliance. The regulation mandates that these units produce no smoke except for 3 minutes in any 30 minute period.

Outdoor wood-burning boilers in New Jersey must comply with NJAC 7:27-3, “Control and Prohibition of Smoke from Combustion of Fuel.”

Agendas and Minutes