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Township of Rochelle Park
151 West Passaic St
Rochelle Park, NJ 07662
9:00AM - 4:00PM
Monday - Friday
(excluding holidays)
There is still space available for the Summer Camp Program, applications can be dropped off at the municipal building between the hours of 9-4” click here for the registration form. 
2017 June Primary-Unofficial Results
Free Veggiecation Training and supplies for Bergen County Educators
Travel related measles case at the Ramada Inn

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Click Here: Rochelle Park Library & BCCLS Frequently Asked Questions

Click here for information on "Get Fit Bergen"

Flyer 2017- Saddle River Duck Pond- Tai Chi Chih- Valley Hospital.pdf


Flyer- Township of Washington Library- Tai Chi Chih- Valley Hospital.pdf


Flyer 2017- Step and Stretch- Wyckoff YMCA.PDF



The 1863 Captain Tyson House of Rochelle Park

Pre-Purchase History and Post-Purchase Goals

May is designated as Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection & Prevention Month

Even though many individuals consider sun safety a concern only during the summer months, the harmful effects of Ultraviolet rays (UVA and UVB) are present in the fall, winter and spring as well, even on a cloudy, rainy and/or snowy day! UV rays can pass through clouds, and also reflect off of surfaces like water, cement, sand, ice and snow. UV rays never take a vacation! 


Too much exposure to UV rays can change skin texture, cause the skin to age prematurely, and can lead to skin cancer.  Despite skin cancer being largely preventable, it remains by far the most common type of cancer in the United States.   One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime. Every year, more than 5 million Americans are treated for skin cancer. This year alone, more than 10,000 deaths in the United States will be caused by Melanoma Skin Cancer (the deadliest form of skin cancer.)  Fortunately, when detected in its earliest stages, Melanoma is highly curable and preventable.

The programs are for ages 5 and over, and are designed by skin cancer professionals from the Enright Melanoma Foundation. The courses are taught through an advanced e-learning platform with engaging visuals, a healthy dose of creativity, proven instructional methods, and a highly interactive user experience. All of which makes learning about sun safety FUN and EASY.

To take the free online Enright Melanoma Foundation Certification Program™, visit  Upon completion, the learner can print a certificate to demonstrate sun safety proficiency, and is then encouraged to share with friends and family to become certified as well. 


Rochelle Park Redevelopment Plan
Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities and Others with
Access and Functional Needs


Teterboro FAA Test Flight Pattern

Contact Information:The Port Authority of NY & NJ

To submit a formal comment, please e-mail: 
or call: 212-435-3777

Lead has been a topic in recent news;  NJDEP’s Water Resources Management Program has compiled a list of frequently asked questions pertaining to lead (Pb) concentrations within our water sources here in New Jersey.  For your convenience please see the following link:

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Rochelle Park's Emergency Management Status & Updates
Click here to see current and upcoming Rochelle Park Programs 
Special Meeting Notice  - 07/26/17

Rochelle Park Fights BCCLS Harsh Penalties


Notice to Bidders
Greater Bergen Community Action’s (GBCA) Weatherization Assistance Program is open to both homeowners and renters.
Press release from the Governor's office regarding HMGP elevations. or
call  1-855-SANDYHM (1-855-726-3946). 
Health Consultation Program - FREE Rochelle Park Municipal Bldg - Senior Center - Click here for flyer
The Department of Community Affairs and New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency Recognize that many New Jersey Families are currently going through or facing foreclosure.

The State of New Jersey and the Federal Government provide a variety of programs to assist homeowners.

Go to About Foreclosure, First Steps: and Read about Foreclosure Fast Facts: Click here to download Foreclosure Fast Facts in English or Click here to read Foreclosure Fast Facts in Spanish.

For more information on foreclosure relief programs, please call 1-800-NJ-HOUSE.
Coyote are easily frightened through harassment methods but will quickly become emboldened and a nuisance if left alone. 

Residents should clap hands, bang pots, use whatever is available to make noise and frighten them off whenever seen.
It is important to remember that coyote have a fairly large home range. 

A single family unit can be seen and thereby cause problems in several municipalities.  Removal of food sources and destruction of denning opportunities are necessary steps in reducing coyote/human interactions and problems.

Their main natural diet consists of rodents, rabbits, and other small mammals. 

As they are opportunistic feeders, they will eat human garbage, carrion, cat/dog food left outside, and even feral cats or small dogs if available. 

As coyote are ubiquitous throughout all 21 NJ Counties, elimination or relocation is not conceivable. 

Therefore, the ultimate solution requires your community’s involvement. 

Click on the links below for more information.

151 West Passaic Street, Rochelle Park, NJ 07662 201-587-7730 tel. 201-556-0581 fax.
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