The Borough’s Bravest Project was put forth to recognize our veterans this November. For the first time, Morris Plains will have banners of our hometown heroes that served in a branch of the military previously or currently. These banners will be mounted for the full month of November to the light poles on Speedwell Ave with a photo, name, branch affiliation, and years of service.
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Municipal Court Update
In an effort to maintain public safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, the municipal court will continue to host remote virtual court sessions. Please contact us to schedule a proceeding and/or provide updated personal information.
If you are disputing a traffic ticket and do not wish to appear in court, many cases are now eligible for review through the Online Municipal Case Resolution System at njmcdirect.com. You may select the option for case dispute and enter your ticket information. Eligible traffic tickets will be reviewed by the prosecutor and you will be notified with their recommendation.
Our office is here to serve you during the hours of 8:30-4:30 Monday through Friday. While the building is closed for public entry, you may call the court to schedule an appointment at 973-538-4019. We are committed to delivering exceptional customer service in "The Community of Caring" and strive to provide a satisfying court experience for all.
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Rave is a notification tool utilized by the Morris Plains Police Department that notifies residents of road closures, upcoming events, impending severe weather and other news related events. Messages will be relayed via text message, phone call and/or email.