News & Announcements

  • Affordable Housing Units - Application Deadline 2-28-18

    The Town of Secaucus hereby announces that 38-1 bedroom affordable housing units will be available for rent at the XChange at Secaucus Junction, 3000-5000 Riverside Station (building K), Secaucus, New Jersey. The housing is under development by Fraternity Meadows, LLC and is available for low- and moderate-income households. Fraternity Meadows of Secaucus is located off the New County Road Extension next to the railway transfer station at the 15X exit of the New Jersey Turnpike.

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  • Winter Property Maintenance Information - Snow Removal

    The Office of Property Maintenance would like to remind residents that snow and ice must be removed from sidewalks 24 hours after a snowfall. 

    In residential areas, the passageway must be at least 24 inches wide. In business districts, the passageway must be at least 42 inches wide. Never throw, shovel or push any snow or ice on or across cleaned streets. Pursuant to T.O. §104-11(C), failure to remove snow and ice as described above may result in the issuance of warnings, summonses or penalties.

    For more property maintenance information, visit www.secaucusnj.gov/property, or call our Office at 201-330-2031.

     

     
  • The Mayor & Town Council & The Board of Health Want you to protect yourself this winter

    Learn tips to protect yourself and your family this winter. Also, January is National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Know the signs.

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  • Resignation of Councilwoman Susan Pirro

    At the Secaucus Town Council meeting last night, Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli had a letter read into the record that was received from Councilwoman Susan Pirro, resigning her Third Ward Council seat as of January 1, 2018. This was followed by a vote of the Council to accept her resignation. Mayor Gonnelli states, "It is with a very heavy heart that I had to accept the resignation of Councilwoman Pirro. I would have preferred for her to remain on the Council for many years to come."

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  • Secaucus Coalition Survey Winner

    Congratulations to Elia Fernandez! Elia participated in the Secaucus Coalition Survey and was the randomly selected winner from over 500 entries. She won over $100 worth of gift cards. The survey data helps the Secaucus Coalition assess the needs of the community in order to address substance abuse issues among our youth. Thank you to all who took the survey!

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  • 2017 Municipal Budget Introduction

    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.”

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  • Secaucus Residential Curbside Tree Planting Program

    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. 

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