Borough Administrator / Clerk - Christine Demiris
Phone: 201-967-5044 ext. 7056
Deputy Borough Clerk / Deputy Registrar - Diane Grimaldi
Phone: 201-967-5044 ext. 5386
Email: Deputy Clerk
The Borough Clerk's Office serves as a central point of contact for residents.
The Borough Clerk is appointed by the Mayor and Council. The Clerk serves as the Secretary to the Governing Body, prepares the meeting agendas, records the minutes of Council meetings which are permanent documents, and processes resolutions and ordinances adopted by the Council in accordance with State statutes.
The Borough Clerk is the custodian of the municipal seal and maintains custody of all minutes, books, bonds, contracts, archival records of the municipality. The Clerk is the liaison between the public and the Governing Body and represents the Borough in relations with Federal, State and local government.
The following licenses are issued by the Borough Clerks office: limousine, bingo, raffle and liquor. Organizations may apply at the Borough Clerk's office for bingo and raffle licenses, which must be approved by the Council and are subject to the rules and regulations of New Jersey's Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission. Liquor Licenses are issued through the Clerk's office annually, upon Council approval.
The Clerk is the Election Official for the Borough; provides voter registration applications, issues and receives nominating petitions for Borough elective offices, conducts local elections and certifies the results.
In addition to the statutory requirements of the position, the Clerk's office processes garage sale permits, dumpster permits, block party applications, soliciter's permits, and street opening permits. We also have forms for passport applications and renewals and we offer notorial services as well.
To register to vote in New Jersey, you must meet the following requirements:
you are a United States citizen,
you will be 18 years old by the next election,
you will be a resident of the county for 30 days before the election.
You are not eligible to register to vote if you are serving a sentence or on parole or probation, as a result of a conviction of an indictable offense under state or federal law or have been adjudged mentally incompetent.
For passport information, please click here