Updated COVID-19 Fraud/Hoarding/Price Gouging Information
April 23, 2020
See the following information from the New Jersey State Police regarding the latest COVID-19 frauds and scams:
COVID-19 Outdoor Activity Closures and Guidance
April 8, 2020
See the following letter from Chief Keane regarding outdoor activities and closures:
COVID-19 Scam Information
March 25, 2020
Please see the following memo from Chief Keane regarding COVID-19 Scam Information:
Important COVID-19 Links
March 25, 2020
Please use the following links for COVID-19 violations:
Executive Order 107 Summary
March 21, 2020
Please visit the following link to review Executive Order 107 regarding Governor Murphy’s “stay at home” order and closure of all non-essential retail businesses:
Solicitor Activities Suspended
March 20, 2020
Per Warren Township Police Chief William Keane, in the interest of public health and complying with social distancing during the COVID-19 crisis, effective immediately all door to door solicitor activity within Warren Township will be suspended until further notice.
Additionally, new solicitor applications will not be accepted or processed until further notice.
Check back at a later time for updates.
Warren Township Emergency Declaration
March 16, 2020
Visit the following link to review the Warren Township Emergency Declaration adopted on March 15, 2020:
Important information from Chief Keane
March 14, 2020
Please read the following letter from Chief Keane to the residents of Warren regarding new procedures to file reports amid the COVID-19 pandemic:
CDC Scam Alert
The Warren Twp. Police Department has received inquiries from residents concerning solicitors from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) going door to door in the township.
The CDC WILL NOT and IS NOT currently soliciting or going door to door in Warren Twp. If someone does approach you or your residence posing as an employee/agent of the CDC or any other government agency, please contact the Warren Twp. Police Department immediately.
Somerset County OEM Information
Please visit the Somerset County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) website for up-to-date information on COVID-19 within Somerset County.