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A Spanish interpreter is always available during court sessions. If you need translation in another language, please contact the court staff prior to your court appearance.
No, but you can pay your ticket at New Jersey Courts online, in person or you can mail your payment.
The judge will determine if you are eligible based on your offense and income.
Refer to the point schedule on New Jersey Courts online.
Your ticket is payable if it is not marked "COURT APPEARANCE REQUIRED". Your payment amount can be found on the statewide violations bureau schedule on the back of your summons.
Be prepared to tell the court staff your driver’s license number so they can assist you.
The date shown on your summons is your payment date. This date would represent a court date if a court appearance is required.
The process for Expungements for criminal records begins at the Criminal Division located at:77 Hamilton AvenuePaterson, NJ 07501You can contact them at 973-247-3228.
They also offer free workshops that you can attend that can assist you with the process and questions you may have. View a document about Expungements (PDF) may be useful for assisting you with the paperwork.
Please contact the Criminal Division for further information.
El proceso para Expungements para los expedientes criminales comienza en la Divición Criminal ubicado en el:77 Hamilton AvenuePaterson, NJ 07501Puede comunicarse al 973-247-3228.
También ofrecen talleres gratuitos que pueden ayudarle con el proceso y las preguntas que tengan. Este enlace Eliminacion de Antecedentes Penales (PDF) puede ser útil para ayudarle con el papeleo.
Comuníquese con la Divición para obtener más información.
The Urban Enterprise Zone is a State of New Jersey program that was established for a limited number of cities in 1983. In Passaic the UEZ program began in August of ’94. The program has been expanded a number of times whereas it now covers 34 NJ cities. The UEZ provides qualified businesses in designated zones certain state tax benefits as detailed herein. The program also provides a revenue source for the cities containing the UEZ’s. The revenues can be used by the cities for a variety of locally initiated programs to further help the UEZ businesses. Passaic currently receives about $1.2 million per year in these revenues.
The municipal UEZ is administered by a special entity set up specially for that purpose. In Passaic, the UEZ is administered by the Passaic Enterprise Zone Development Corporation.
The UEZ boundary has to be both contiguous and contain under 30% of a city’s land area. Passaic’s UEZ boundary encompasses approximately 95% of all businesses within the city. It includes all the industrial areas and all the retail corridors.
Just fill out an application. You can download and print out the form on the Applications and Forms page. Once you submit it to the Passaic Enterprise Zone Development Corporation office in Passaic City Hall, the local coordinator will review the application and verify that your business is within the zone. Finally, your application is forwarded to the state for its review and approval.
About six weeks after you submit the application, the New Jersey Division of Taxation will send you a certificate allowing you to charge the 3.5% sales tax (if applicable) and tax-exempt forms to use to buy goods and services for your business tax free.
The process is simple. All you have to do is fill out the proper form (which you can get on the Applications and Forms page), send it to the UEZ and they will work with you on the rest. For more information, check out the Programs and Services page.
Urban Enterprise Zone certifications are good for one year. You need to recertify every year. The recertification form is mailed to you about a month before your year is up.
It is rare that a business that appropriately applies for recertification is denied. In those instances it is typically due to a lack of employment increases. Most businesses need to increase the number of people they have working for them after two years in the program.