LAND USE APPLICATIONS:
Guidance Regarding “Big Game” Outdoor events with Tents Proposed to be located within the Hackensack Meadowlands District.
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Provisions for Waivers and Other Relief
On February 24, 2010, the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission adopted Resolution
No. 10-08 in response to Executive Order No. 2 (2010), which directs certain State agencies, within the first 90 days of the Christie administration, to facilitate intermediate relief from regulatory burdens by identifying any regulations and processes that impede economic development.
Pursuant to this regulatory review, the NJMC staff has identified a number of existing provisions for waivers and other relief included within the District Zoning Regulations at N.J.A.C. 19:4 and the District Subdivision Regulations at N.J.A.C. 19:5 that are consistent with the intent of Executive Order No. 2 to provide flexibility in the regulatory review process.
To download the provisions for waivers and other relief, click here.
Applications submitted to the NJMC
To view 2014 applications click here
To view 2013 applications click here
To view 2012 applications click here
To view 2011 applications click here
To view 2010 applications click here
To view 2009 applications click here
To view 2008 applications click here
To view 2007 applications click here
Affordable Housing Guidelines
The Interim Policies were revised on October 2, 2008 (NJMC Resolution 09-102), October 21, 2008 (NJMC Resolution 08-108), January 28, 2009 (NJMC Resolution 09-09), May 27, 2009 (NJMC Resolution 09-51) and August 18, 2010 (NJMC Resolution 10-54) and July 27, 2011 (NJMC Resolution 11-29). To view the Interim Policies click here.
OPRA Request Form
Download the OPRA Request form.
Unofficial Courtesy Copy of the NJMC Regulations
(with the exclusion of N.J.A.C. 19:6-2.1 et seq. Foundation Code)
UPDATED: This is a courtesy copy of the NJMC Regulations, amended through April 1, 2013. The official version is published in the current New Jersey Administrative Code. Should there be any discrepancies between this text and the official version, the official version will govern. click here
NJMC Zoning Map
To view a copy of the NJMC Zoning Map (updated January 20, 2009) click here
To download applications for submission to Land Use Management click on the appropriate document:
Subdivision Approval (click to view)
Construction Code Project Review Application and Fee Schedule Form (click to view)
Construction Code Project Review Instructions (click to view)
Pallet Racking Installation Requirements (click to view)
Fill/Stockpile Application (click to view)
NJMC Documents Order Form (click to view)
Outdoor Event Permit (click to view)
Rezoning Request (click to view)
Sign Permit (click to view)
Site Suitability Application (click to view)
Special Exception (click to view)
Subdivision Regulations Waiver (click to view)
Warehouse Sale Permit (click to view)
Zoning Certificate/Certificate of Occupancy (click to view)
Zoning Variance (click to view)
Guidelines and Checklists
Landscape& Open Space Design Guidelines (click to view)
Open Space Requirements (click to view)
Recommended Plant List (including Native Plants) (click to view)
Guideline on Invasive Plants (click to view)
Tank Checklist (click to view)
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