502 Millbrook Avenue, Randolph, NJ 07869-3799
Tel: 973.989.7100Fax: 973.989.7076

Township of Randolph

Accessibility Information

The Randolph Township website has been designed to be fully accessible to all users regardless of technological or physical disability. This page outlines the specific features and initiatives which have been implemented to facilitate access.

If you experience accessibility issues and need assistance or if you use assistive technology and the format of any content on this website interferes with your ability to access the information, please contact the website developer at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this e-mail address). I will get you the information you are seeking in a format that is accessible and I will work to make the web content you found problematic accessible going forward.


Skip Link

A “Skip to main content” link is available at the top of every web page. This allows users with mobility impairments and those who use screen reader software to go directly to the main content of a web page without having to deal with repetitive navigation links.

The “Skip to main content” link is hidden from visual browsers and is accessed through the keyboard. Upon landing on a web page, use your keyboard and press the TAB key. This should make the previously hidden “Skip to main content” link appear at the top of the browser window. Users of Explorer may need to tab several times before the link becomes visible. Once the link is visible, simply hit your ENTER key to activate the link. Safari users must first go into preferences and under the advanced tab, check the box next to “Press Tab to highlight each item on a webpage.”


Page Zoom (Magnification) and Text Sizing Options

Generally speaking, there are two ways to magnify the contents of a web page—you can increase the size of the text or you can zoom the entire page layout. While either method will make it easier to read our content, when you increase the size of the text, graphics and images within the page remain unchanged. On the other hand, page zoom resizes all elements of the page, not just text. Instructions for invoking this functionality in each of the major browsers are provided below.

  • Explorer
    • Increase the Size of the Text
    • Zoom the Entire Page Layout
      • Wheelmouse: Hold down the CTRL key and scroll the mouse wheel up to zoom in.
      • Keyboard: Hold down the CTRL key and at the same time, push the + key to zoom in.
      • Status bar: Click on the magnifying glass in the lower right corner of your browser window to cycle through 3 zoom levels or click on the popup menu next to it and select a zoom level.
  • Firefox
    • Increase the Size of the Text
      • Wheelmouse: First you must use the menu to select Zoom Text Only as described above, then hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and scroll the mouse wheel up to increase the text size.
      • Keyboard: First you must use the menu to select Zoom Text Only as described above, then hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and at the same time, push the + key to increase the text size.
    • Zoom the Entire Page Layout [Make sure the Zoom Text Only feature is not engaged]
      • Wheelmouse: Hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and scroll the mouse wheel up to zoom in.
      • Keyboard: Hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and at the same time, push the + key to zoom in.
  • Safari
    • Increase the Size of the Text
      • Wheelmouse: First you must use the View menu to select Zoom Text Only as described above, then hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and scroll the mouse wheel up to increase the text size.
      • Keyboard: First you must use the View menu to select Zoom Text Only as described above, then hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and at the same time, push the + key to increase the text size.
    • Zoom the Entire Page Layout [Make sure the Zoom Text Only feature is not engaged]
      • Wheelmouse: Hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and scroll the mouse wheel up to zoom in.
      • Keyboard: Hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and at the same time, push the + key to zoom in.
  • Chrome
    • Increase the Size of the Text
      • Not available
    • Zoom the Entire Page Layout
      • Wheelmouse: Hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and scroll the mouse wheel up to zoom in.
      • Keyboard: Hold down the CTRL key (CMD key on Mac) and at the same time, push the + key to zoom in.
  • Opera
    • Increase the Size of the Text
      • Not available
    • Zoom the Entire Page Layout
      • Wheelmouse: Hold down the CTRL key (OPTION key on Mac) and scroll the mouse wheel up to zoom in.
      • Keyboard: Hold down the SHIFT key and at the same time, push the + key to zoom in.
      • Status bar: Go to the bottom-right of the browser window and use the zoom slider to zoom in or zoom out. To return to the default setting, click the little inverted arrow to the left of the slider and select 100%.

Documents in PDF Format

In order to provide online access to township forms in their original formatting, we use Adobe Acrobat to create Portable Document Format (PDF) files. To view PDFs, you will need the freely available Adobe Reader software installed on your computer, version 8 or higher.