Coronavirus Updates at www.CityofEnglewood.org/Coronavirus (<--click here)

Municipal Buildings are closed to the public until further notice. We are still open for business via email and phone calls. 

City Parks have been opened with certain restrictions. Residents are required to adhere to social distancing in the parks. Additionally, the wearing of face coverings is strongly encouraged. Parking lots will be limited to 50% capacity. The City will continue to monitor the on-going changes and data as it becomes available and will exercise its discretion to make additions, amendments, clarifications, exceptions and exclusions.

Please be reminded that you can pay your taxes and parking tickets online. A lock box for taxes and permits has been placed in front of City Hall doors. 

Parking Rules in Effect 

This is a reminder that City of Englewood parking rules were not suspended and remain in effect. Permit and Meter Parking will be enforced. 

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Coronavirus EOs

COVID-19 Executive Orders

President's Exec Order (3/18/2020)  
    
Prioritizing and Allocating Health & Medical Resources to Respond to the Spread of COVID19

NJ Legislation

  • A-2371 (Kennedy D-22/Pinkin D-18)(Smith D-15/Bateman R-16) requires large food waste generators to separate and recycle food waste.  This new law requires every large food waste generator that is located within 25 road miles of an authorized food waste recycling facility and that generates an average projected volume of 52 or more tons per year of food waste within 25 road miles of an authorized food waste recycling facility would be required to:  (1) source separate its food waste from other solid waste; and (2) send that source separated food waste to an authorized food waste recycling facility that has available capacity and will accept it. 
  •  A-3903 (Downy D-11/Houghtaling D-11(Cardinale R-39/ Doherty R-23) allows for remote notarial acts during the COVID public health crisis. This law authorizes a notary of the public appointed pursuant to the “Notaries of the Public Act,” or otherwise qualified and commissioned as a notary public in the State of New Jersey, to perform notarial acts using communication technology for a remotely located individual
  • S-2338 (Sarlo D-36/Oroho R-24)(Pintor Marin D-29/Wirths R-24) extends the time to file gross income tax and corporation business tax to July 15th. This law clarifies that the deadline to file a gross income tax or corporation business tax return or make payments is July 15, 2020. Additionally, the measure modifies the duration of State Fiscal Year 2020 to conclude on September 30, 2020 and would set October 1, 2020 as the start of State Fiscal Year 2021.
  • S-2349 (Beach D-5)(Coughlin D-19) changes the date of the primary election in 2020 from June 2nd to July 7th
  • S-2374 (Sweeney D-3)(Zwicker D-16/Egan D-17) expands the Family Leave Act (FLA) during the COVID-19 public health crisis. This law expands the FLA to include leave from employment so that an employee may provide care to a family member made necessary by an epidemic of a communicable disease, a known or suspected exposure to a communicable disease, or efforts to prevent spread of a communicable disease. Additionally, this law allows employees forced to care for family members during the COVID-19 outbreak to take up to 12 weeks of family leave in a 24-month period without losing their jobs.

Executive Directives from Commissioner of Health
Visitation at Long-term Care Facilities (6/22/2020)
Support Person in Labor & Delivery (6/29/2020)
Protocols & Conditions for Visitation of Pediatric, Developmentally Disabled and Intellectually Disabled
     Residents of Long-term Care Facilities Licensed Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 8:39
(7/15/2020 
NJ Dept of Health Invests $32.3 million in Local Public Health Efforts (7/31/2020)
COVID-19 Recommendations for Schools (8/13/2020)

Administrative Orders from Office of Emergency Management
Administrative Order 2020-01
- NJ MVC Extension of renewal deadlines
Administrative Order 2020-10 - Essential Retail Businesses (clarification to Exec Order 107)
Administrative Order 2020-11 - Essential Construction
Administrative Order 2020-12 - Recreational and Entertainment Activities 
Administrative Order 2020-13 - Essential Retail Businesses
Administrative Order 2020-14 - Horse Racing
Administrative Order 2020-15 - Venues, Libraries, Schools, Real Estate Open Houses, Essential Retail Businesses,
     Car Washes, Yard Sales, Special Events, Private Tutoring Facilities
Administrative Order 2020-21 - Health Clubs

Executive Orders by Governor Murphy
Executive Order 104 - 3/16/2020
    Update 3/19/20
 - All salons and barbershops shall close as of 8:00 p.m. this evening.
Executive Order 105 - 3/19/2020 
Executive Order 106 - 3/19/2020
Executive Order 107 - 3/21/2020
   Complaints from employees who believe their business is in violation of Governor's EO 107 
   can submit complaint at https://covid19.nj.gov/violation
Executive Order 108 - 3/21/2020
Executive Order 109 - 3/23/2020
Executive Order 110 - 3/25/2020
Executive Order 111 - 3/28/2020  
Executive Order 112 - 4/01/2020
Executive Order 113 - 4/02/2020
Executive Order 114 - 4/03/2020
Executive Order 115 - 4/04/2020  
Executive Order 116 - 4/07/2020
Executive Order 117 - 4/07/2020
Executive Order 118 - 4/07/2020
Executive Order 119 - 4/07/2020
Executive Order 120 - 4/08/2020
Executive Order 121 - 4/08/2020
Executive Order 122 - 4/08/2020
Executive Order 123 - 4/09/2020
Executive Order 124 - 4/10/2020
Executive Order 125 - 4/11/2020
Executive Order 126 - 4/13/2020
Executive Order 127 - 4/14/2020
Executive Order 128 - 4/24/2020
Executive Order 129 - 4/27/2020
Executive Order 130 - 4/28/2020
Executive Order 131 - 4/28/2020
Executive Order 132 - 4/29/2020
Executive Order 133 - 4/29/2020
Executive Order 134 - 4/30/2020
Executive Order 135 - 5/01/2020
Executive Order 136 - 5/02/2020
Executive Order 137 - 5/04/2020
Executive Order 138 - 5/06/2020
Executive Order 139 - 5/08/2020
Executive Order 140 - 5/08/2020
Executive Order 141 - 5/12/2020
Executive Order 142 - 5/13/2020
Executive Order 143 - 5/14/2020
Executive Order 144 - 5/15/2020
Executive Order 145 - 5/15/2020
Executive Order 146 - 5/16/2020
Executive Order 147 - 5/18/2020
Executive Order 148 - 5/22/2020
Executive Order 149 - 5/29/2020
Executive Order 150 - 6/03/2020
Executive Order 151 - 6/04/2020
Executive Order 152 - 6/09/2020
Executive Order 153 - 6/09/2020
Executive Order 154 - 6/13/2020
Executive Order 155 - 6/18/2020
Executive Order 156 - 6/22/2020
Executive Order 157 - 6/26/2020
Executive Order 158 - 6/29/2020
Executive Order 159 - 6/30/2020
      
Appendix to Executive Order 159
Executive Order 160 - 7/02/2020
Executive Order 161 - 7/02/2020
Executive Order 162 - 7/02/2020
Executive Order 163 - 7/08/2020
Executive Order 164 - 7/13/2020
Executive Order 165 - 7/13/2020
Executive Order 166 - 7/17/2020
Executive Order 167 - 7/18/2020
Executive Order 168 - 7/20/2020
Executive Order 169 - 7/20/2020
Executive Order 170 - 8/01/2020
Executive Order 170A - 8/01/2020
Executive Order 171 - 8/01/2020
Executive Order 172 - 8/03/2020
Executive Order 173 - 8/03/2020
Executive Order 175 - 8/13/2020
Executive Order 178 - 8/14/2020 
Executive Order 179 - 8/25/2020
Executive Order 180 - 8/27/2020
Executive Order 181 - 8/27/2020
Executive Order 183 - 9/01/2020