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Taxes, Water and Sewer

Look Up Your Property
Taxes Online

Borough Residents wishing to view their Property Taxcharges please click the link below.

Calling All Veterans

Register with the Mayor for upcoming Veteran's events by emailing mayor@essexfellsboro.com. Provide your name, mailing address, phone number, email address, branch and years of service, and rank.

Garbage and Recycling

Garbage and Recycling
Information

Garbage disposal is the responsibility of the resident and they must contract with a private waste hauler for pickup. Residents can bring their recycling to the Recycling Center. Please check the link below for information.

Clean-Up

Prepare Before
Clean-up & Repair

When working on home and/or business repair be sure to both protect yourself when cleaning mold and beware of asbestos. Get further info via the flyer provided below.

Dumpster and POD Permits Required

Dumpster and POD
Permits Required

Essex County Division of Senior Services

Essex County Division
of Senior Services

This Division offers a wide range of services to Essex County Senior Citizens, such as adult day care centers and basic transportation services.

For more information, please call the Division of Senior Services at...
(973) 395-8375

Car Theft Advisory

Residents Urged to Lock Car Doors After Recent Break-Ins

The Essex Fells Police Department would like to remind residents to always lock their car doors to recent car burglaries and vehicle thefts in the area. The vehicles that were entered were left unlocked.


Residents are also reminded to remove any valuable items inside their vehicles such as GPS units, iPods and other electronic devices. As always please call us to report any suspicious activity.

Essex County Environmental Center - February 2019 Seasonal Programs

Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr., Essex County Executive, and the Board of Chosen Freeholders invite you to participate in the Essex County Environmental Center's February 2019 Seasonal Programs:

Dog Licensing 2019

 
Please remember to license your dogs in 2019, it’s an extra layer of protection if they are lost, as well as being in compliance with the Borough Code.

Upcoming Nature Camps

Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr., Essex County Executive
And the Board of Chosen Freeholders
Invite Children to Participate in
 
Nature Explorers Spring Camp
For children in grades 1 through 5.
Tuesday, April 16; Wednesday, April 17; Thursday, April 18 12:30pm to 4:30pm
OR
Tuesday, April 23; Wednesday, April 24; Thursday, April 25
Advance registration and payment are required.
Fees: $140 per child for all 3 days OR $60 per child/per day
Click HERE for Registration Information or Call 973.228.8776
 
Nature Explorers Summer Camp
For children entering grades Pre-K through 4.
Advance registration and payment are required.
July 8-12 “Summertime Safari” (PK to K) $160 per week per child. 12:30 to 3:30pm M-F
July 15-19 “Common Senses” (PK to K) $160 per week per child. 12:30 to 3:30pm M-F
July 22-26 “Native American Living” (1st to 2nd) $180 per week per child. 12:30 to 4:30pm M-F
July 29-Aug 2 “Wild Art” (1st to 2nd) $180 per week per child. 12:30 to 4:30pm M-F
August 5-9 “Survivor” (3rd to 4th) $200 per week per child. 12:30 to 4:30pm M-F
August 12-16 “Fierce Fliers” (3rd to 4th) $200 per week per child. 12:30 to 4:30pm M-F
 
Registration Information or Call 973.228.8776
 

CO Detectors Don’t Malfunction as Often as People Think

- Don’t Be the Next Statistic -

Warning: Listen and act fast when your carbon monoxide (CO) detector sounds its alarm. Most of the time, it’s NOT malfunctioning – it’s trying to save your life. This was a lesson recently learned by an Emergency Medicine resident rotating at the state’s poison control center. …

Carbon monoxide poisoning is an immediate and deadly danger no matter the season. Don’t be the poison center’s next statistic. “Prevention and early detection are crucial in preventing poisoning injury and death from carbon monoxide,” says Diane Calello, MD, Executive and Medical Director of the NJ Poison Control Center at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School’s Department of Emergency Medicine. “Heating systems, fireplaces, and any other gas, oil, or coal burning appliances should be serviced by a professional every year to ensure all are working and venting properly to prevent CO exposure.”

Help Prevent Property Crime

LOCK IT

Keep all doors to cars and home locked at all times

HIDE IT

Keep valuables out of sight

REMOVE IT

Don’t leave valuables or spare keys in your car

REPORT IT

Report all suspicious activity immediately
Essex Fells Police 973-226-3000

Dog Licensing 2019

Happy New Year!

Please remember to license your dogs in 2019, it’s an extra layer of protection if they are lost, as well as being in compliance with the Borough Code.

Code Red & Nixle Alerts

Please remember if you have not done so already to register for Code Red and Nixle Alerts.

Both are done through the website and by each individual person, not through Borough Hall or the Police Department.

Plastic Bags No Longer Permitted in Recycling

Please be advised, our hauler has advised us that effectively immediately NO PLASTIC BAGS OF ANY KIND ARE PERMITTED IN RECYCLING.

More information is forthcoming, thank you for your anticipated cooperation.

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