Notification List

Prior to certain actions taking place on a property, notice must be served to all property owners within 200 feet.

Below are the properties along with owner information that are within 200 feet of COAL ROAD.

Your use of this list is at your own risk. This is a quick view to determine likely candidates for notification. Always confirm with your municipal clerk. This list does not include other entities, such as county, state, or regional agencies that would also need notification.

The rate for USPS certified mail with signature confirmation is approximately $6.75. To send the 13 certified letters to the list below will cost about .

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The dashed red line denotes 200 feet from the property.

Properties within 200 feet of COAL ROAD

COAL ROAD is Block 83, Lot 26.

Parcel IDStreet AddressOwner NameOwner AddressOwner City/State/ZIP
Block 94, Lot 4
L6
COAL ROAD STATE OF NEW JERSEY, DEP 401 E STATE STTRENTON, NJ 08625
Block 83, Lot 24
COAL ROAD STATE OF NEW JERSEY 401 EAST STATE STTRENTON, NJ 08625
Block 83, Lot 6
COAL ROAD STATE OF NEW JERSEY JOHN FITCH WAYTRENTON, NJ 08625
Block 94, Lot 1
L3
DANS BR ROAD STATE OF NEW JERSEY -DEPT JOHN FITCH WAYTRENTON, NJ 08625
Block 100, Lot 166
OSWEGO & COAL ROAD STATE OF NJ C/O S. BARON JOHN FITCH WAYTRENTON, NJ 08625
Block 83, Lot 25
OSWEGO RD STATE OF NEW JERSEY, D.E.P. 401 E STATE STTRENTON, NJ 08625
Block 94, Lot 5
L8
OSWEGO ROAD STATE OF NEW JERSEY 401 EAST STATE STTRENTON, NJ 08625

More Information

In New Jersey, applications for a permit or zoning variance typically require notifying neighboring property owners. These requirements are set in laws such as the Municipal Land Use Law (NJSA 40-55D), the Flood Hazard Area Control Act (NJSA 58:16A-50), and others. A significant part of this process is notifying neighboring properties and other stakeholders prior to a planning or zoning board meeting.

NJParcels.com can provide you with a preview of your notification obligations; contact your municipal clerk for an official list of property owners.

A significant part of this process is notifying neighboring properties and other stakeholders prior to a planning or zoning board meeting.