The Health Department consists of two full-time registered environmental health specialists and a part-time secretary. The Board of Health contracts for the services of health educator, public health nurses and health officer. The Health Department administers the health regulations in Harding, including septic and well regulations, health clinics, health inspections, communicable disease local response and tracking, and animal management (control and licensing).
Health Administrator: Garry Annibal 973-267-8000 x1924Registered Environmental Health Specialist: Steve Swenson 973-267-8000 x1977Health Department Secretary: Lisa Sharp 973-267-8000 x1968Public Health Nurse: Patricia Russomano, R.N., 973-267-8000 x1974Health Department FAX: 973-829-7025
Our pages are designed to provide you with information about our programs and services, as well as important dates and health related links.
Board of Health page
A presentation entitled "Water, water, water" on the importance of water supply and waste water disposal in land use and planning has been prepared by Garry Annibal and will be presented at the June Board of Health meeting. It can be seen here.
All clinics are open to Harding residents who are at least 18 years old. There is no fee but appointments are required. Please schedule by calling 972-267-8000 x 1968.
Adult vaccines such as herpes zoster (shingles) and Tdap (tetanus, diptheria, pertussis) are being offered free for people who are uninsured or whose insurance does not cover the vaccines. These vaccines are being offered to all Morris County residents. Appointments can be made by calling the Randolph Health Department at 973-537-7118.
PNEUMONIA IMMUNIZATION: If you are interested in a Pneumonia immunization and you are a resident 65 and older and have not received one in the past, please call 973-267-8000 x 1974 to make an appointment.
Dog Licenses: License issuing begins in January and dogs should be licensed prior to March 1 or late charges will apply. 2013 Dog License Form.
In order to receive a license the dog must have a current rabies vaccine valid through at least November 1, 2012. For a list of free rabies vaccination clinics click here: (http://www.morrishumanservices.org/health/clinicsrabies.asp)
Dog License Official: Lisa Sharp; Deputy Dog License Official: Garry Annibal
ABANDONED WILDLIFE: For information on what to do with abandoned wildlife, click here
PRESCRIPTION DRUG DISPOSAL: To properly dispose of unused or expired medicines:
The Madison Pharmacy will take back unused prescription drubs as long as they are not controlled substances such as narcotics. The Pharmacy is located at 66 Main Street, Madison or go to www.madisonpharmacy.com
Township Hall Parking Lot; Rain Date June 12
Township Offices Closed
Harding Township Municipal Offices PO Box 666, 21 Blue Mill Road, New Vernon, NJ 07976Phone: 973-267-8000 Fax: 973-267-6221
Harding Township Police Department PO Box 246, 21 Blue Mill Road, New Vernon, NJ 07976Phone: (non-emergency) 973-455-0500 (emergency) 911 Fax: 973-455-1135