Township Committee

Members

Notices, Agendas, Minutes & Meeting Packets

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. Draft Public Meeting Packets will be posted by 4:00 p.m. on scheduled meeting nights. Draft Public Meeting Packets will include available draft resolutions and draft ordinances scheduled to be considered by the Township Committee. 

Admin Reports to the Township Committee

Videos of Township Committee Meetings

Millburn Video OnDemand

Most Recent Meeting Recording

2021 Township Committee Meeting Dates

Please be advised that Township Committee Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

MonthDate
January5*, 19
February9, 23
March9, 23
April6, 20
May4, 18
June1, 15
July13
August17
September1, 21
October5, 19
November9
December7, 21
January 20224*

*Indicates re-organization meeting 

2021 Township Committee Zoom Webinar Information:

Contact Information

Township Committee members will be available to meet with the public upon request. 

Correspondence to the Township Committee Members should be sent to:
Millburn Town Hall
375 Millburn Avenue
Millburn, NJ 07041

Interested in meeting with the Mayor? Mayor Tara Prupis is happy to meet with the public! Her regular office hours are scheduled for Thursdays from 9AM-11AM and meetings shall be set up by appointment. To schedule an appointment please contact Mayor Prupis at tprupis@millburntwp.org. Please include how you would prefer meeting – via ZOOM, by phone or in person and she will do her best to accommodate your request.

Committee Overview

Millburn Township was created by an act of the New Jersey State Legislature on March 20, 1857. Since its incorporation as a municipality in 1857, the Township has operated under the Township Committee form of government. A Business Administrator manages the day-to-day functions of the Township. The Township Committee is made up of 5 members elected to staggered, 3-year terms. At the Committee’s organizational meeting each January, 1 member is elected to serve as chairman for a 12-month term and another is chosen to serve as vice chairman. Under state statute the chairman of a Township Committee also holds the title of mayor.