Form of Government
Randolph’s council-manager form of government has been in operation since 1969. In 1968, local voters approved the recommendation of a special charter study commission by public referendum that provided for a modernization in Randolph Township’s form of local government. This change brought about Randolph’s present council-manager form.
The distinctive feature of this form of government is the strict separation between legislative and administrative functions. As a result, administrative responsibilities are vested in a full-time township manager while the township council is responsible for all legislative matters. You can read more about both the township manager and the township council at the links to your left.
Randolph is served by 122 full-time and 49 part-time employees spread over numerous departments, divisions, bureaus and offices. Further, approximately 160 emergency volunteers support the rescue squad and four volunteer fire companies.
Finally, it must be stated that a virtual army of volunteers serve on boards, advisory committees, and are active in the township’s ever-growing recreation programs. The combined efforts of our leaders, staff and volunteers have a profound impact on the quality of life for Randolph citizens.
Randolph Township enjoys a well-deserved reputation as a highly desirable community in which to live. Much of our success results from a team effort that includes our citizens and truly does make us a place “Where life is worth living.”
Randolph Township Mission Statement
The Randolph Township municipal organization strives to make the Township of Randolph the best it can be by providing effective governance, enhanced customer services and excellent community facilities.
Randolph Township Organization Chart