984 Tuckerton Road
Marlton, NJ 08053
If the inoperable vehicle is on private property, you can use the ASK EVESHAM Reporting System and select "Inoperable vehicle on private property" in the Issue field. The Department of Community Development will inspect and send a notice of violation if necessary. If the inoperable vehicle is in the street, please contact police department at 983-1111 (non-emergency number).
Hazard Tree Maintenance (Trimming and Cutting)
Can I trim/prune/cut a down dead or dying tree or tree limb on my property (including a tree within a wetland buffer) that meets the ordinance definition as a “Hazard Tree”? Please see Township Property Maintenance Code at § 102-8.
Note: Trimming trees and/or limbs can be a dangerous activity and if done incorrectly may unbalance a tree and create additional hazards. Before undertaking this work yourself you should consider consulting and/or hiring a licensed contractor registered with the New Jersey Board of Tree Experts at https://www.njbte.org/
If a Hazard Tree is not located on your property, you should contact the neighboring property owner to coordinate a plan to address the tree condition.
If the tree is on municipal property, please see the following link to the form to be completed to arrange a site meeting. Click here for the township's Shade Tree Complaint Form.
To view Flood Insurance Rate (FIRM) maps by the FEMA Flood Map Service Center, please see the below web links:
When you pay for your building, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, or fire permit, you will receive a checklist of required inspections. This checklist will include directions on scheduling your inspections via our online SDL portal, via email or phone. Inspections are done Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. YOU MAY ONLY SCHEDULE INSPECTIONS FOR COMPLETED WORK. DO NOT SCHEDULE INSPECTIONS IN ANTICIPATION OF COMPLETION OF WORK.
The Construction Office can be found in the Department of Community Development located at Room 204 of the Township Building, 984 Tuckerton Road, Marlton, NJ 08053. The office is available Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. to help residents through the application process.
Either the property owner or contractor may complete the forms necessary to apply for a permit. Electrical, plumbing, and HVAC-R contractors must affix their respective seals to the permit application.
All permit applications require a description of the job, materials and equipment being used, and cost of the project. Three sets of plans are required at the time of submission if the project involves construction plans. Permits must be displayed in conspicuous location while work is being performed and remain posted until final inspections are completed.
If you are unsure whether you need a permit or you have any other questions regarding the permit process, please contact us at 856-983-2914 and press 4 to speak with the office staff.
A Zoning Permit is required for a fence. If the fence surrounds a pool, a Building Permit is also required, and it must meet the pool barrier code. You’ll need a copy of your property survey, and if you are part of a homeowners association, you will need their approval first. For more details, review Chapter 160-22 of the Evesham Township Code online.
We recommend reaching out to the construction department prior to undertaking any work if you are unsure if permits are required.
Answer 1: As long as the work is confined to the exterior of the home, then NO construction permit required. (see notes below)
Answer 2: IF the work involves entering the home and tying into an existing system with sump pump or installing a new sump pump system and or french drain on the interior of the home, then YES a construction permit would be required. (see notes below)
Water should not be directed in a manner that creates a problem for adjacent property. The yards of every structure shall be graded to secure proper drainage away from buildings and dispose of it without ponding. Please also see codes §62-54 Grading standards and requirements. (ecode360.com) and §62-64 Underdrains. (ecode360.com)
Extending of sump pump drains or any other rain water piping should not penetrate the curb or terminate close to the sidewalk.
Drainage improvements within the right-of-way require approval from the Department of Public Works and/or Municipal Engineer.
We recommend reaching out to the construction department prior to undertaking any work if you are unsure if permits are required. Input and/or approval may be required from the Department of Public Works and/or Municipal Engineer.
The distance varies depending on your zoning district, which you can find on our Zoning Map. View the Zoning Map as a PDF or view the Zoning Map through the township mapping system. For details on required setbacks, dimensions, building height, lot coverage, etc., please review performance regulations in the Evesham Township Code online. You’ll need to submit a Zoning Permit Application and a UCC Construction Permit Application prior to starting the work.
You can find your zoning district on the township’s Zoning Map. View the Zoning Map as a PDF or view the Zoning Map through the township mapping system. You can contact the zoning officer at (856) 984-2914-2. The zoning regulations and performance regulations can be found in Chapter 160 of the Township Code online.
A new business needs to obtain a certificate prior to occupying the tenant space.
If you are not making any changes to the interior of the space other than paint and carpet/flooring or if you are taking ownership of an existing commercial space, you’ll need to complete an Application Packet for New Tenant-New Owner Certificate (Commercial Use).
The township will confirm the new business is permitted and that the building can be occupied. The business will be registered with Evesham Fire-Rescue, so that officials have contact information in case of an emergency. If changes will be made to the interior of the space, a Construction Permit is required. Please contact the Construction Office at 856-983-2914 ext. 4 for further details or questions.
A Construction Permit ensures the work performed conforms to fire and building codes and is inspected and certified by licensed construction inspectors. This protects individuals and the community. Also, if you have an insurance claim related to any work done without permits, your carrier might not pay the claim. They often check with the township to confirm permits were issued.