Health Department
Recycling and Clean Communities


Monika Koscova-Jencik
Registered Environmental Health Specialist
Deputy Registrar

Joan Holler
Registrar / Office Assistant

The Health Department is responsible for a variety of services including health education programs, retail food inspections, environmental complaints, animal control services, rabies clinics for cats and dogs, vital statistics, administering flu/rabies vaccines, recycling program and conservation center.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How can I get a copy of a Vital Statistics record?
A. See What We Do - Vital Statistics

Q. Can I have a list of the Residential Garbage Haulers?
A.  See What We Do - Residential Solid Waste Haulers in Cranford

Q. How can I dispose of expired household medication or medical waste?
A. See News and Events - Guidelines for Disposal of Household Medication and Home Generated Medical Waste

Q. How can I get a rabies shot for my dog or cat?
A.  See News and Events - Rabies Immunization Clinic Schedule during the month of January

Q. What is the Curbside Recycling Schedule?
A. See the Township Recycling page for schedule of North & South side pick up.

Q. When is the Conservation Center open?
Q. What can I bring to the Conservation Center?
Q. Where can I get a Township recycling barrel?
A. Click here for answers to these questions about the Conservation Center.
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