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Vital Documents include records of birth, marriage, civil union, domestic partnership, and death. To obtain a certified copy of any document you will need to fill out the request form for the municipality (town) where the event took place.
To request a certified copy of a vital document for an event that took place in Eatontown, please complete and mail in the Application Form (PDF). Also, include a copy of a photo id with address, a self-addressed stamped envelope, and a check or money order for $20.
To report a complaint of an odor from the Monmouth County Reclamation Center, please call 732-922-2666
The Municipal Clerk receives all requests under the Open Public Records Act (OPRA). OPRA applies to requests for records, not requests for isolated facts.
In order to be considered a valid request under OPRA, the request must identify the specific record(s) desired and the request must be submitted to the records custodian of the public agency that maintains the record.
A New Jersey Appeals Court recently ruled that those requesting records do not need to use the agency's records request form but any request must include all required information. A printable copy of the OPRA request form (PDF) is available in the Forms section under Clerk / Registrar and can be mailed, emailed, or faxed to the Clerk's Office.
OPRA requests are addressed within seven business days unless extended with the consent of the requestor.
You may review How to Apply Marriage License (PDF) which explains the marriage license application process and lists the required documents you will need to present.
Please call the Registrar at 732-389-7601 to set up an appointment. Registrar hours are Monday through Friday between 9 am and 4 pm. You may download and complete your Marriage Application (PDF) prior to your appointment (only complete the first two pages - please, do not sign the application until you are at your appointment). For more information visit the State of New Jersey Office of Vital Statistics or contact the Registrar's Office at 732-389-7601 or by email. Thank you and best wishes.
To obtain a raffle license, the member in charge must provide proof of a background check. Information can be found in the application. Please submit four notarized copies of the application form for Raffle License (PDF) / or Bingo Licenses (PDF), making sure to allow for at least twenty (20) days to lapse between submitting the application and the date the raffle begins.
The most up-to-date information can be found at New Jersey Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission which oversee all Legalized Games of Chance, including information regarding fees (PDF), application amendments (PDF) and filing raffle operations reports (PDF).
Read about Pet Waste Pollutants (PDF) and how you can help protect our water. You may also visit New Jersey Storm Water or the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
To obtain a passport for the first time, you need to go in person to one of over 9,000 passport acceptance facilities located throughout the United States with two photographs of yourself, proof of U.S. citizenship, and a valid form of photo identification such as a driver's license.
Acceptance facilities include many Federal, state and probate courts, post offices, some public libraries and a number of county and municipal offices. There are also 13 regional passport agencies, and 1 Gateway City Agency, which serve customers who are traveling within 2 weeks (14 days), or who need foreign visas for travel. Appointments are required in such cases.
You'll need to apply in person if you are applying for a U.S. passport for the first time: if your expired U.S. passport is not in your possession; if your previous U.S. passport has expired and was issued more than 15 years ago; if your previous U.S. passport was issued when you were under age 16; or if your currently valid U.S. passport has been lost or stolen.
For more information on getting a new passport, please visit the How to get a passport page.
You can renew by mail if: Your most recent passport is available to submit and it is not damaged; you received the passport within the past 15 years; you were over age 16 when it was issued; you still have the same name, or can legally document your name change.
You can get a passport renewal application form by downloading it from this site.
If your passport has been, altered or damaged, you cannot apply by mail. You must apply in person.
For more information on how to renew a passport, please visit the How to renew a passport page.
Please download and complete the dog license application (PDF). All dog licenses must be renewed by January 31st of each year. Your dog's rabies vaccination must be valid through October 31 of the licensing year unless an exemption form (PDF) is submitted with the application.
Please contact the Clerk’s Office with any questions.