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Township of Rochelle Park
151 West Passaic St
Rochelle Park, NJ 07662
9:00AM - 4:00PM
Monday - Friday
(excluding holidays)

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Job Posting - Fire Inspector
Rochelle Park Flood Meeting Videos
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Lower Rochelle Avenue Redevelopment Plan

Redevelopment Plan 120 W. Passaic Street


The Township of Rochelle Park is requesting volunteers for the Board of Adjustment (Zoning Board).  Candidates for the Board of Adjustment are required to attend an annual training course including test.  All candidates must attend one evening meeting per month (Board of Adjustment – 1st Thursday) and be a resident of the Township.  Please provide letter of interest/resume to Elizabeth Kroll, Clerk at or mail to Municipal Complex 151 W. Passaic Street, Rochelle Park, NJ  07662.


No Knock Ordinance
1123-18 Peddling and Soliciting

 120 W. Passaic Street Redevelopment Plan


Rochelle Park Redevelopment Plan


FEMA Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) Grant Program

2017 November FEMA Notice
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PSEG Website Update


Beware of Scams asking for payment - Beware of Utility Scams

Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities and Others with  Access and Functional Needs

Suicide and Middle Schoolers - Please Read


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

To report a non-emergency property maintenance concern:


Office  201-587-7730 ext. 215

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Notice to Bidders
Bergen County Home Improvement
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Program Offers Interest Free, Deferred Payment Financing to Qualified Home Owners

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Hurricane Relief Drive - Information
Items Needed
Free Car Seat Safety Program in Bergen County
Rochelle Park Proud to be Stigma Free
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A Stigma Free Community’s Goal aims to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.
Free Confidential HIV Testing
Availability of the Respite Care Program in Bergen County 
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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