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Lawrence Township Municipal Building
2207 Lawrenceville Rd, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

Located at 2207 Lawrence Rd., just south of Interstate 95 and north of the Rider University campus, theMore Lawrence Township Municipal Building is home to most of the local government's offices. Located within the building are the Township Council's chambers, the offices of the Township Clerk and Township Manager, the Health Department, the Engineering Division, the Division of Code Enforcement (which includes the offices of the township's construction official and fire marshal), the township's planning and zoning boards, the Recreation Department, and the township's tax collector and assessor.

Originally dedicated in 1965, the municipal building underwent an expansion in 1977. The township eventually ran out of space and was forced to relocate code enforcement officials into an office trailer located in the parking lot. Following the 2002 opening of the township's newly constructed police and courts building next-door, plans began for another expansion and renovation of the municipal building. That work, intended in part to eliminate the need for the code enforcement trailer, began in 2005 and was completed in 2007.  

Lawrence Township Police and Municipal Court
2211 Lawrenceville Rd, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

This building houses Lawrence Township's police department and municipal court. The 41,500-square-foot police andMore court building was constructed in 2001 and opened in 2002.

The Lawrence Township Police Department is staffed around the clock and can be reached via the non-emergency number at 609-896-1111. In the case of any emergency, always call 911.

Traffic accident reports and other police documents can be obtained from the Records Bureau. A small fee is charged for copies of reports.

The department's sworn officers are assigned to various units, such as the Patrol Division, Traffic Safety Bureau, Communications Bureau and the Detective Bureau. The department offers several crime prevention programs for the community, such as the Neighborhood Watch Program and Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE).

The municipal court processes all complaints signed by police officers and private citizens for violations that occurred within Lawrence Township's borders.

The court's violations bureau is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 3:30pm. Court sessions are held on the following days and times: Monday at 5:30 pm; Tuesday at 8:30am and 1pm; and Wednesday at 8:30am and 1pm.

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