THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT IS EXPERIENCING INTERMITTENT PHONE LOSS.
PLEASE CALL 201-646-3980 THAN DIAL 2 TO REACH THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT.
Resident Parking Application
Mayor and Council Encourage Residents to Utilize State's Short Term COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program
Public Notice COW/ COUNCIL MEETING (Electronic Public Meeting) August 18
Zoning Board Public Meeting Notice
2020 Budget Presentation
EMERGENCY ORDER 2020
Planning Board Public Notice
City Council Minutes & Resolutions
Click here for City Council Meeting Minutes and Resolutions.
COW Minutes & Agenda
Click here for Committee of the Whole Minutes and Agenda.
City Council Final Dockets with Signed Resolutions
Click here for City Council Final Dockets with Signed Resolutions.
Please be advised, the City’s “NO CASH” Policy for taxes, fees, assessments and other financial obligations due to the City of Hackensack has been extended until September 30, 2020 as per Resolution 247-20
City Offices will Re-Open
(BY APPOINTMENT ONLY) on July 13th
Please contact the department directly for assistance
Department Phone Directory
City Manager- 201-646-3900
Police Dept. (Non-Emergency) - 201-646-7777
Fire Dept. (Non-Emergency) - 201-646-7800
DPW - 201-646-3951
Sanitation/Recycling - 201-646-3955
Recycling Hotline - 201-646-8049
Building Dept. - 201-646-3920
Tax Collector - 201-646-3927
Tax Assessor - 201-646-3924
City Clerk - 201-646-3940
Municipal Court - 201-646-3971
Health Dept. - 201-646-3965
Recreation Dept. - 201-646-8042
Cultural Arts Dept. - 201-820-3007
Johnson Public Library - 201-343-4169 (No Appointment Necessary)
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Welcome to the City of Hackensack
Hackensack is a unique and diverse city on the verge of a Renaissance. We are home to the Bergen County Judiciary, County Government, world-renowned medical center and nationally-recognized educational institutions. The city is conveniently situated along Routes 4, 17 and 80 and is also served by two NJ Transit train stations providing frequent service to NYC via Hoboken and Secaucus. Our downtown bus transfer station provides access to virtually anywhere. Our history dates back to the 1600's and General Washington was briefly headquartered here during his famous 1776 Retreat. 45,000 people are proud to call Hackensack home.
We invite you to a virtual walkable community meeting on Tuesday, August 18th from 2:00-3:00pm.
Please join us to learn about the walk audit findings, view the initial design concepts, and provide additional feedback!
The public input meeting is open to all, but pre-registration is required.
Register here: https://go.rutgers.edu/HackensackWCW2
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