Building & Zoning
The Building Department provides knowledge and service regarding local, state and federal building codes and standards in a manner which supports our commitment to the safety of our residents and the integrity of the department.
Clerk’s Office, Voting & Licenses
View information about the Clerk's Office, including voting, licenses, and Open Public Records information.
The Engineering Department is committed to improving the quality of life for each of our residents through diligent oversight of the operation, maintenance and improvement of the Township’s infrastructure in a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly manner.
Find the responsibilities and functions of the finance department of Livingston Township.
The members of the Livingston Fire Department work to safeguard the lives and property and enhance the quality of life of the residents and visitors of the Township of Livingston.
The Health Department promotes physical and mental well-being, welfare, and social services, education and enforcement to assure quality of life in Livingston.
The Human Resources Department handles the Township’s personnel policies and procedures, benefits programs, compliance issues, compensation research, training and development, and performance management.
Learn more about the Livingston Library from its official website.
The municipal court is an independent branch of government entrusted with fair and just resolution of disputes in order to preserve the right and liberties.
The Planning Department is often the first point of contact for residents and non-residents with questions about planning and development.
The mission of Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in our Township by working in partnership with the community and in accordance with constitutional rights to enforce laws, preserve peace, reduce fear and provide for a safe environment.
The primary function of the Public Works Department is maintaining municipal roads, curbs, storm drains and shade trees. Here are just some of the jobs handled by our Public Works Department employees:
Senior, Youth & Leisure Services
Our Mission is to provide enrichment activities to promote a healthier, happier community.
The Livingston Township Sewer Utility is responsible for treating almost all sewage generated by the Township.
The Township Manager is the chief executive and administrative official of the municipality and is responsible for maintaining essential responsibilities.
The Township of Livingston is committed to providing our consumers with high-quality drinking water and information about the drinking water that we provide.
The Zoning Department is responsible for administering and enforcing the Township’s Zoning, Subdivision, Site Plan Ordinances, and Tree Removal Permits.