Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council recently met with Paris Keswani, who was crowned Mrs India Earth International on Sept 30, 2016. In addition to preparing for the pageant, Keswani has been working on a new 100% recyclable jewelry line.
Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council are pleased to announce the November senior calendar of events. This month, the seniors can enjoy their usual weekly shopping trips to ShopRite, Walmart, Woodbridge Mall, Fairway Market and more
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and NJ TRANSIT are preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to evaluate the Hudson Tunnel Project (the Project). The Project is intended to preserve the current functionality of the Northeast
If passed, a Town of Secaucus Municipal Open Space Recreation and Farmland and Historic Preservation Trust Fund would be established and funded annually.
Now through December 9th New, Unwrapped Toys needed for less-fortunate children between the ages of newborn to 12 years old.
The Secaucus Emergency Food Pantry is seeking donations for the upcoming holiday season.
Please be advised that on Friday October 21, 2016 between 5:00 PM and 9:00 PM Mill Ridge Rd will be closed between the entrance to the high school and Koelle Blvd for Spooky Friday. Please plan your travel to the area accordingly.
Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council invite you to join them at the annual Diwali Mela festival on Saturday, October 15, 2016 in Buchmuller Park. The event runs from 12:00 p.m. onwards, with a special unveiling of the brand new,
Fresh, local HONEY* produced from Secaucus’ bee hives available October 17th at Town Hall!
*Honey is raw, unprocessed, unfiltered, artisanal honey—DELICIOUS!
Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli announced today that First Ward Councilman Gary Jeffas will step down from the Council as of January 1, 2017, and succeed David Drumeler, who recently resigned from his position as Town Administrator. Mayor Gonnelli also
The Town of Secaucus in collaboration with the Board of Education is excited to begin our second session of after school programs. Our newly named Beyond the Bell programs will continue to offer high quality award-winning curricula as well as
Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council are happy to inform you that a blue line has been painted along Paterson Plank Road beginning at Maple Street, in front of the Secaucus Public Library and finally ending at John Street. “The blue line is
The Mayor & Council have a month packed with Halloween Events!
We are doing some fall cleaning on our website. Over the next few weeks, you may notice things moving and changing. You may also run into broken links as we make changes. We apologize for inconvenience
Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council would like you to congratulate and welcome the winner of Mrs. India Earth 2016 to our community. Secaucus was first introduced to Paris Keswani when she chose our town to help her reach a goal of
Earlier this morning, The Secaucus Police Department was alerted to a suspicious vehicle blocking a driveway in the area of 145 Centre Avenue. In light of recent incidents, The SPD responded with an abundance of caution by notifying the Hudson County
The Mayor & Town Council invite all residents to participate in the Resident Art Show. The event will take place on Wednesday 11/2, however the submission deadline for artwork is 10/1010/14. For more information or to submit your work for review,
Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and Town Council are excited to announce that we have ranked #1 in Hudson County for our recycling efforts, which includes residential collections, paper carton recycling, Bigbelly recycling cans, public education on
Friday, September 2nd concluded the Town’s Environmental Youth Camp. The camp’s second summer featured four exciting and educational field trips that helped the new generation of environmentally conscious kids learn about how they can make a
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