If you are single, and your monthly income is less than $1,356.75* with assets less than $7,390* or married, and your monthly income is less than $1,827* with assets less than $11,090*, there may be a program that will pay your Part B premium.

Beyond the Bell is an after-school enrichment program for K-5 students in both Huber St. and Clarendon elementary schools. Each school year has three 8-week sessions (Fall, Winter, and Spring) which include a variety of classes taught by local school teachers and academic vendors. In these classes, students will be able to work closely with the instructor and increase their academic performance by engaging in fun, hands-on activities that will also help keep a positive view of school culture. Recent studies have shown many benefits to enrolling students in quality after-school programs, such as improved academic performance, fewer behavioral issues, and higher attendance rate. We invite you to read about the classes we are offering this session and join the fun!

Law enforcement officers from the Secaucus Police Department will be cracking down on drunk drivers as part of the 2017 Year End Holiday “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.

On March 28, 2017, the Mayor and Town Council introduced the Municipal Budget for 2017. Mayor Gonnelli stated, “I am pleased to report that, once again, the 2017 Municipal Budget reflects no municipal tax increase. While both the school and County will likely have tax increases, we have struck a budget that will absorb them. Therefore, for the second year in a row, overall taxes will remain flat. I would venture to guess there are very few, if any, municipalities in the state that have seen their taxes remain flat and had the municipal portion of the budget absorb tax increases from other governmental agencies.”

Sponsored by the Mayor and the Town Council. The proper tree will be determined by the Administrator of Tree Conservation and the Shade Tree Committee in consultation with the homeowner and in accordance with the curb location. 

The program is brought to you by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities & the NJ Clean Energy Program. Through NJCP you may be eligible to receive free services to become more energy efficient. Read more for a full summary of services and eligibility requirements. 

The Mayor and Town Council, along with The Secaucus Police Department, remind residents to remain vigilant with door-to-door solicitors and others who may come to your house this holiday season. It is important to refrain from allowing anyone into your home unless you are expecting a visitor and be sure to verify the identification of utility workers before inviting them inside. 

Annual notices of meetings will be posted on this page as they are published.

Have a question but not sure who to ask? We have put together a brief list of phone numbers and web addresses for commonly requested resources.