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  • Beyond the Bell Schedule of Programs - Spring 2017

    Welcome to our fourth session of the Beyond the Bell after school programs.  For our winter session we reached out to local teachers to encourage them to bring their passion and interests to the after school setting.  As a result we have many new and exciting programs on the schedule, including: Cookless Cooking, DIY Jewelry, Website Development, and more– each class inspired and taught by Secaucus School District teachers.  Additionally, we continue to collaborate with local enrichment organizations such as Accel Learning and Curiosity Lab to bring their innovative and engaging programs to our after school setting.  Research indicates that students who participate in enrichment programs after school perform better academically, have less behavioral issues and attend school more regularly.  By bringing enrichment programs straight to the school your child attends, we make the process of participation easier on everyone involved.

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  • New Jersey Makers Day Celebration

    Updated 3/20 to reflect time adjustment for earlier time and location inconsistencies. 
     

    The maker movement in the United States isn’t just a hobby; it’s having a significant impact on school curriculum development and growing local economies. On Friday, March 24th and Saturday, March 25th, the Secaucus Public Library will join institutions and residents throughout New Jersey in celebrating NJ Makers Day. 

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  • Annual Financial Statement - 2016

    The 2016 annual financial statement (unaudited) is available for download here:  Unaudited 2016 Annual Financial Statement
     
  • Alternate Side Street Parking / Street Sweeping Resumes 3/20

    Street sweeping and alternate side parking enforcement begins again on 3/20. Please adhere to all posted signs. 
     
  • A Reminder from The Secaucus Board of Health

    The Mayor & Town Council Along with The Secaucus Board of Health remind residents that March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.

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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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  • Selling or Renting your Home or Apartment?

    If you are selling or renting your home or apartment, certificate of occupancy and smoke detector inspections are required prior to doing so, per Municipal Ordinance 64.6 and 73-23. 
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  • Food Pantry March 2017 Needs

    For the Month of MarchThe Secaucus Food Pantry is looking for donations of Pasta. The items can be dropped at the senior Center 101 Centre Ave Monday through Friday 8 am – 3 pm Any questions please call Patt or Eileen at 201-330-2014
     
  • Community Ball Postponed

    The Community Ball that was scheduled for 4/22 has been rescheduled to 11/18. Additional information can be found here
     
  • New Jersey Comfort Partners Program

    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. 

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  • Door-to-Door Solicitation Information / Scams

    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. 

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  • 2017 Annual Notice of Meetings

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

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  • Community Resources

    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.

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