Middle Township introduces online portal for convenient access to records

Cape May Court House, N.J. – The Middle Township Municipal Clerk and Vital Statistics Offices recently launched a modern convenience that could eliminate quite a few trips to Town Hall.
The Township now offers online access to vital records and Open Public Records Act (OPRA) requests through GovPilot, an online municipal licensing program.
The program allows residents to request and pay for copies of birth certificates, marriage certificates and death certificates, as well as public records.
Township officials welcomed the opportunity to update services and bring this level of convenience to the community.
“We are excited to incorporate these technological upgrades and service improvements in the county’s busiest Municipal Clerk’s office,” said Mayor Tim Donohue. “I want to thank our excellent administrative staff for their hard work and forward-thinking approach to making this vision a reality.”
Deputy Business Administrator Suzanne Schumann kept citizens’ needs in mind when considering the new program.
“We always strive to bring convenience to the community,” said Schumann. “Now we can offer our customers the same type of experience they get in the private sector.”
The service will expand to offer online dog licensing beginning Jan. 1 for the 2023 licensing year.
The Township can now accept credit cards in the office as well as online. A convenience fee applies to all credit card transactions. A $1.50 fee is charged for every credit card transaction up to $57, and a 2.65% fee is charged on every transaction greater than $57.
To use the online portal, go to middletownship.com/departments/clerkregistrar/

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