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You may make a payment online at www.njmcdirect.com. To make a payment online you will need the court code, which is 1339, ticket number and your license plate number.
You can also make payments via the mail and the 24-hour drop box. Please include the summons or complaint number on the check or money order. Remember to sign the check or money order. Do not send cash.
Hazlet Municipal Court255 Middle RoadHazlet, NJ. 07730
Your date to pay your ticket is the court date on the front of your ticket unless you are pleading not guilty or you have a mandatory ticket that requires a court appearance.
The court does not assess points. That is done by the Motor Vehicle Commission.
Please contact Motor Vehicles Services by calling (609) 292-7500 or www.njmvc.gov.
Please call the court immediately with your driver’s license number or plate number for a parking ticket. We will be able to assist you by searching our computer database. Our number is (732) 264-2231.
You must call the court to request an adjournment. If you need the date changed due to a previously scheduled vacation or work/school conflict documentation must be submitted.
No adjournments are granted on the date that you are due to appear in court. In the case of an emergency a doctor’s note or documentation will need to be required.
Adjournments are not granted for arraignments on first appearances for serious motor vehicle summonses issued for DWI(39:4-50), driving while suspended (39:3-40) or uninsured motor vehicle (39:6B-2).
You must make application for this through the Judge in the courtroom.
In order to be eligible, you must be charged with a consequence of magnitude and your income must fall within the guidelines established.
The Judge may also require you to submit proof of your income. If approved there may be a fee assessed not to exceed $200.
No. The court is not permitted to recommend an attorney. You may call the Monmouth County Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Service at (732) 431-5544 or refer to the local yellow pages.
Yes. A subpoena requires your appearance. The Judge may find you in contempt or issue a warrant for your arrest if you fail to appear.
You can post bail at any Municipal Court or Police Department. Credit cards are not accepted.
For local discovery, a written letter must be brought to the municipal court to be stamped received and then brought to the records department at the police station. For discovery to be obtained from the State Police, a written letter must be sent to the municipal court to the Attention of the Municipal Prosecutor.
A Records Request Form must be filled out and sent to the court with the fee. A disposition with the raised seal has a $10.00 fee, without the raised seal is $5.00. You can obtain the form by clicking Records Request Form (njcourts.gov)
COVID-19 can cause serious illness or even death. There is no way to know how COVID-19 will affect you. And if you get sick, you could spread the disease to friends, family, and others around you.
All COVID-19 vaccines currently available in the United States have been shown to be highly effective at preventing COVID-19 disease. Even if you still get infected after you get vaccinated, the vaccine may prevent serious illness.
No, the vaccine does not cause COVID-19. None of the approved COVID-19 vaccines contain the virus that causes COVID-19. It does take a few weeks after vaccination for your body to build up antibodies to protect you from the virus. That means it’s possible you could be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 just before or just after getting the vaccine and still get sick.
Some people might get sore muscles, feel tired, or have mild fever after getting the vaccine. These reactions mean the vaccine is working to help teach your body how to fight COVID-19 if you are exposed. For most people, these side effects will last no longer than a few days. If you have any concerns, call your doctor or nurse.
Yes, you should still be vaccinated because you can become infected more than once. Although you may have some short-term natural protection (known as immunity) after recovering from COVID-19, we don’t know how long this protection will last. Vaccination is the best protection, and it is safe. People who get COVID-19 can have serious illnesses, and some have terrible symptoms that continue for months. If you have had COVID-19, ask your doctor, nurse, or clinic when you should be vaccinated.
No. The federal government is providing the vaccine free of charge to all people living in the United States.
Hazlet residents receive health services from the Monmouth County Dept. of Health. A list of testing locations is posted on the county website. Look for the link at VisitMonmouth.com/health.
Middletown Township is opening up its COVID-19 testing program at its train station to residents of Hazlet. Visit this page on the Middletown Township website to learn how to pre-register to expedite the process. No appointment necessary, and nobody will be turned away for lack of insurance. The location is the main parking lot off Middletown-Lincroft Road.
A list of free public testing locations in New Jersey by county, including short-term pop-up testing sites. You can search New Jersey’s 400+ permanent testing locations, both public and private, using the stat’es test site finder tool here.
In addition, free COVID-19 testing and treatment is available at Community Health Centers, also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), to all people whether you have health insurance or not and regardless of your immigration status Find an FQHC near you with this search tool, through 211 online, or by directly calling 2-1-1 (support is available in English and Spanish).
Find a testing location in Hazlet or any other town in New Jersey by accessing the COVID-19 Test Finder Site on the state website.
Note: The test site finder does not include short-term pop-up testing sites which can instead be found in this article. In addition, the test site finder is not exhaustive and does not represent a state-sponsored registry of legitimate testing sites.
Anyone can purchase Daily Passes at the gate. Daily pass fees are on the Membership page. You do not need to be accompanied by a member. Daily Pass purchasers will get a wristband for the day.
Guest Passes are for members only. Guest passes allow a member to bring guests to the club; however, the member must sign their guests in and pay their fee. Each membership in 2023 includes 2 free guest passes.
Yes, a card holder will be charged a 3 percent processing fee when using a credit card.
Yes. The club does not provide chairs.
No, you can purchase a membership now and throughout the season.
The Hazlet Swim & Tennis Club will be operated by the Township of Hazlet and managed by Hazlet Recreation Dept.
Cards will be available for pick up at the front gate or Recreation Office at the James J. Cullen Center starting Memorial Day opening weekend.
Refunds are available through July 4 at the discretion of the Hazlet Township Committee and may be subject to a 15% administrative charge. No refunds for daily passes due to weather.
Sorry, currently Hazlet does not offer any discounts for Swim Club Memberships.