Monroe Township is in fact a Bicentennial Community. It’s first residents predate 1776. The township of Monroe was formed in March of 1859 at which time Williamstown was designated as a place of elections and town meetings.
Monroe Township is located in the northeast corner of Gloucester County. Early history refers to this as one of the “pine townships” because of the abundance of pine timber in the area. The area is drained on the east by Four Mile Branch and Squankum Branch of the Great Egg Harbor River, on the south by Whitehall and Hospitality Branches and Scotland Run.
Williamstown is surrounded by Cecil, Cross Keys, Downer, New Brooklyn, Robanna and Victory Lakes. Present population is approximately 36,129.
Sgt. Gene Sulzbach
856-728-9800, ext. 605
HR Manager Christine Scola
856-728-9800, ext. 205
Agency’s Basic Requirements and Application Process
Information on how to become a Monroe Police officer is available on the Civil Service web site and is contained in our recruiting brochure found at www.state.nj.us/csc/seekers/jobs/safety/. The first step is to take and pass the CSC exam. Monroe does not accept applications until a certified list is requested from CSC.