Land Use (Planning & Zoning Boards)
Gibbsboro has a joint Planning and Zoning Board which oversees the review and approval of large development site plans and subdivisions as well as minor site plans and subdivisions. In its capacity as a Zoning Board of Adjustment, the Board ensures that any proposed use, construction, or alteration is permitted in the zone and will be located within the required setbacks from the property lines as required by the Zoning Ordinance (chapter 400 of the Gibbsboro Municipal Code). The Board also acts as the Historic Preservation Commission and grants Certificates of Appropriateness for construction and renovation occurring in the Historic Preservation District.
Amy Troxel Planning Board Secretary
Offce Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Tuesday, 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Friday, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
The Borough Clerk acts as the corporate secretary for the governing body and is responsible for correspondence, meetings, and minutes of all official meetings, as well as general information about the Borough. The Borough Clerk is the designated Election Official and oversees the Primary and General elections. Voter registration and election information are also available from this office.
OPRA – Open Public Records Act
Public records may be obtained by submitting a request to the Borough Clerk
Planning Board Members:
|Chairwoman||Lu Ann Watson|
|Vice Chairman||Michael Kelly|
|Mayor||Edward G. Campbell, III|
|Alternate Member||Dennis Deichart|
|Alernate Member||John Ritz|
State law and local ordinance require the annual licensing of dogs and cats. Any person, who owns, feeds, keeps or harbors a dog or cat for more than 10 days must obtain a license. Pet owners, who have already licensed their pets, should renew the license no later than February 28 of each year. All licenses expire December 31 of each year, regardless of the date the license was obtained.
The fee for a spayed/neutered dog or cat is $17.00; the fee for a non-spayed/non-neutered dog or cat is $20.00. There is a $25.00 late fee for all pets whose licenses are renewed after February 28 of the licensing year.
To obtain a pet license, you must show proof that the animal has a valid rabies vaccination. Per State law, a valid rabies vaccination is one that DOES NOT EXPIRE BEFORE NOVEMBER 1 OF THE LICENSING YEAR. If your pet’s rabies vaccination expires before November 1st of the year in which you are obtaining a license, you must have your pet revaccinated before a license can be issued.
The Borough offers a FREE rabies clinic each year on the third Saturday in February.
Raffles / Bingo Licenses
Raffles and Bingo Games are regulated by the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs, Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission. Only non-profit organizations may hold bingos and/or raffles. Licenses are obtained from the municipality where you intend to hold the event. Prior to obtaining a bingo or raffle license, an organization must obtain a certificate from the Division of Legalized Games of Chance authorizing the conduct of such games. For information regarding applications, fees, etc. please visit the Legalized Games of Chance website.
When applying for a bingo or raffle license, you must submit one original and three copies of each license application. A separate check made out to “LGCCC” must accompany each application. The Borough license fee is $5 per license application. The original copy of the organization’s license registration must be shown to the Borough Clerk at the time of submission.
Application forms can be downloaded here:
The Borough Clerk is responsible for the issuance of new and renewed liquor licenses. Person- to-person and place-to-place transfers are also processed through the Clerk’s office. For information and application forms regarding licenses, transfers, and special permits, please visit the NJ Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control’s website.
- The Primary Election is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in June.
- The General Election is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.
- Polls for the Primary and General Elections are open from 6 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Your polling place is determined by your voting district. Your district and polling place will be printed on the front of your Sample Ballot, which is received by mail from the County Board of Elections.
- Gibbsboro has two voting districts and one polling location – American Legion Post #371, located at 41 North Lakeview Drive.
Voter registration forms and vote-by-mail applications can be obtained from the Clerk’s Office at the Borough Hall or from the County Store located in the Voorhees Town Center. Forms can also be downloaded from the Camden County Board of Elections website.