County and State Information & Programs


Mosquito Habitat Checklist

Bergen County Rental Relief Program

Please review the following from NJOEM regarding
FEMA financial assistance for COVID-19 related funeral expenses.

Swiftreach Networks, Inc.

Link to FEMA Advisory

Thank you,  BCOEM

On November 1st, New Jersey launched the state’s official health insurance marketplace, Get Covered New Jersey, to provide improved access to health coverage for all New Jersey residents. New Jerseyans will no longer use to shop for health insurance. Instead, they will now shop at The State of New Jersey recently created a new program to provide additional financial help to residents to lower the cost of health coverage.  Nearly 8 out of 10 New Jersey residents will qualify for these cost saving options that significantly reduce the cost of quality health insurance. 

Throughout the expanded three-month open enrollment period (November 1, 2020 – January 31, 2021), the dissemination of timely, accurate information about Get Covered New Jersey will be vital in ensuring that all New Jerseyans can secure quality, affordable health insurance

Click here for the Communicator’s Guide

Rochelle Park Proud to be Stigma Free
Click here for more information
A Stigma Free Community’s Goal aims to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.

Free Confidential HIV Testing

HMGP Elevations

Press release from the Governor’s office regarding HMGP elevations. or
call  1-855-SANDYHM (1-855-726-3946).


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.

House Forclosure

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.

Need Information about Foreclosure: Read 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.