Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council are pleased to announce that our annual Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is back for its second year! This program allows Secaucus residents to purchase a share in a local New Jersey farm and receive a bag of fresh, organic and GMO-free produce each week. “This is a great way to support a local, New Jersey farmer. I encourage all residents to learn more about our CSA program,” says Mayor Gonnelli.

Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council would like to remind you to call and reserve your spot at the Senior Center’s annual Mardi Gras celebration on February 28th.  The party begins at 5:00 p.m. and for $2.00, you can enjoy a night full of Southern food, music and fun. 

The Town of Secaucus is soliciting proposals for a one-year maintenance and support contract for the video surveillance systems installed at the following locations (as a combined contract for all three locations)

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. 

Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council would like to direct your attention to the Secaucus Coalition for a Healthy and Drug-Free Community. The Coalition is a volunteer and staff-run organization with a mission to raise awareness and reduce the negative impacts of alcohol and prescription drug abuse among youth in Secaucus.

For the Month of January & February The Secaucus Food Pantry is looking for donations of Soup. 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

The Mayor and Town Council along with The Board of Health offer tips to stay safe and healthy this winter

Alternate side of the street parking will be suspended beginning December 19, 2016. Normal parking restrictions resume March 20, 2017

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.