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The Borough of Roselle has adopted an updated"Signs" Ordinance, #2523-15:
Download Ordinance, #2523-15 (PDF)
Please ensure any signs located on your property meet these new
requirements unless previously approved by the Zoning Official.
Sign Permit Application
Code Enforcement is a subdivision of the Administration Department of the Borough of Roselle and reports to the Borough Administrator.
This department is responsible for enforcing Municipal Code regulations on private property throughout the Borough. The Roselle Municipal
Code regulates zoning, property maintenance, and other substandard conditions on residential, commercial, and industrial properties. Code
Enforcement oversees vacant property maintenance and abandoned properties, and the rehabilitation of these properties.
Our objective is to help maintain and improve the quality of the community by administering an enforcement program to correct violations
of municipal codes. The Zoning Officer is charged with, but not limited to handling community and neighborhood land use requirements, such
as the use of the structure, location, configuration and size, fence permits, and permit for impervious surface. Code Enforcement is charged
with, but not limited to handling exterior and interior maintenance, such as, garbage and debris, vegetative overgrowth, abandoned or
inoperable vehicles, parking vehicles on unimproved surfaces, car parts, or other visual and hazardous nuisances on commercial, business,
and residential property.
The enforcement of property maintenance and nuisance codes helps to ensure that there is a minimum level standard required for maintaining
all properties in Roselle. YOUR help is needed to keep the Borough of Roselle a safe and healthy community where all those who live, work or
visit can experience a sense of pride and well-being.
Many people are not exactly sure what to do when they have a compliant regarding a possible violation. We are happy to discuss the situation
and will explain what type of steps we will take to have any violations corrected. The complainant's name is protected information, as is any
inspection data, inspection result's, letters, phone calls, emails, or photos concerning the case investigation. Only upon closing of a case
through compliance or issuance of a citation for prosecution of a case does select case information become public data.
The complainant's name, however, remains protected information. The Borough of Roselle wants to help make your efforts to improve your
property successful and make your experience enjoyable. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns you would like to be
Chapter 77 – Land Use Ordinance, Adopted OCT2013
You Can View The Borough Zoning Map Here
Effective January 1, 2015, in accordance with the Borough of Roselle Rental Property Licensing and Compliance ordinance
number 2484-2014, all rental units in the Borough of Roselle are to be licensed annually. The fee shall be
$50 per rental unit. All rental property owners must apply for licensing starting January 1, 2015 and must be received no later than
January 31, 2015 (or late violations and penalties shall apply). if you are not renting all or a portion of your
property or you are claiming to be exempt, you still must complete the form indicating owner information. If you are exempt, there is no fee.
The Rental Property Licensing and Compliance Application along with a copy of the ordinance is available in the Online Forms section.
You must also apply for a Certificate of Use when there is a change of tenancy (Section 90-10). The form is available in the
Online Forms section.
On August 21, 2014, the Borough of Roselle passed Ordinance Number 2500-14, an amendment to the Code of the Borough
of Roselle Amending Chapter 54 entitled "Vacant and Abandoned Property Management and Registration". All such
properties must be registered with the Borough of Roselle. View Registration Form Here. For a list of requirements
for the condition of the property, view the complete ordinance here.
The Union County Home Improvement Program was created to help you rehabilitate your home! Homeowners may be eligible for up to $24,999 as a deferred payment non-interest bearing loan that is only due upon the sale or transfer of your home. Give them a call today and see if you qualify.
View Program Information Here
Code Enforcement Department Manager
Tel: (908) 259-3056
Code Enforcement Officer
Tel: (908) 634-4509
Code Enforcement Officer
Tel: (908) 259-3029
Code Enforcement Coordinator
Tel: (908) 259-3003
Keyboarding Clerk 2/Rental Property Coordinator
Tel: (908) 259-3039
210 Chestnut St
Roselle, NJ 07203
Fax: (908) 259-3005
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday: 9am - 4:30pm
Saturday (In Field): 9am - 12pm
Saturday (In Office): 12:30pm - 4:30pm