Recordation of Military Discharges
The County Clerk’s Office records Honorable Discharges and Honorable DD-214’s free of charge. Recording these important papers affords Veterans the security of knowing that their discharges are permanently on record within the Clerk’s Record Room. All documents are considered confidential and can be accessed by only veterans or their family members.
***Note*** DD-214's are not considered public record and can not be viewed by the general public
Veterans still battling the 1973 St. Louis fire that destroyed millions of services records...click here for full article.
Gold Star Parent Card
The Gold Star Parent ID card is a way for Gloucester County to recognize and honor the parents of members of the U.S Armed Forces who have died while on active duty protecting our country. This card gives Gold Star Parents the ability to access benefits such as discounts and other courtesies that are extended to military families. Call 856-853-3235 for more information.
For eligibility guidelines, click here
Income Tax Exemption for Veterans
For additional information on the income tax exemption for 2017, click here
Vets.gov Website Revamped
The U.S. Digital Services recently revamped the Vets.gov website, explore the benefits here
Photo Identification Cards
Veterans can also receive a Veteran’s Photo Identification Card that lists the books and the pages of their discharges as well as the branches of military service. This service is free to all honorably discharged Gloucester County Veterans.
Disabled Veterans - Purple Heart Parking Placards
New Jersey law (N.J.S.A. 39:4-207.10) permits exemption from payment of municipal parking meter fees, for up to 24 hours, for disabled veterans and Purple Heart recipients under certain, special circumstance.
For more information, click here
Veteran's Vending Licenses
Veterans residing in Gloucester County may apply for a Veteran’s Vending License. There is no charge for this service, however, you must demonstrate proof of residency and be approved by the State of New Jersey’s Department of Military and Veterans’ Affairs.