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. 

You are now able to translate the City website to your preferred language. 

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Pet Licensing and Rabies Information

State of NJ Dog Licensing Requirements  

Annual Licensing Fees are as follows:
Dog :  Regular (not altered) $12.00 . . . . . . Altered $8.00
Cat :   Regular (not altered) $11.00 . . . . . . Altered $6.00

  • All dogs and cats 7 months and older must be licensed each year between January 1st and March 1st
  • New residents are required to license pets within 30 days of residency, with the exception of pets previously licensed in other New Jersey municipalities during the current calendar year 
  • Penalty fees for late renewal

                             after March 1st     $10 per pet
                             after April 1st        $15 per pet
                             after May 1st        $20 per pet

  • All pets shall have their own license tag number
  • City ordinance limits the number of pets by one owner to a total of six (6)

Licenses may not be renewed if the rabies vaccination status does not meet the State Department of Health requirement -- rabies vaccinations must not expire prior to November 1st of the current license year. See the Rabies Vaccination Waiver below for exceptions.

 

PRE-REGISTRATION FOR 2/29/20 RABIES CLINIC IS NOW CLOSED

DOGS & CATS MUST BE AT LEAST 4 MONTHS OF AGE TO BE VACCINATED. 
IF RENEWING A LICENSE, PLEASE BRING YOUR RENEWAL NOTICE. 
OWNERS OF PETS NOT PREVIOUSLY LICENSED IN ENGLEWOOD SHOULD BRING PROOF OF PRIOR RABIES VACCINATION IF APPLICABLE.

 

ANIMAL CRUELTY
State Statute 4:22-17    Animal Cruelty; certain acts, crime; degrees.
State Statute 4:22-26    Penalties for various acts constituting cruelty.
Guide to Prevention of Animal Cruelty Laws

 

Complete guidelines, with references to City Ordinances, can be found in the Department's Pet Manual.

To view/print a copy of the Pet Manual in English, click here.

Print Application for new Dog/Cat license
Verification of spay/neuter (if applicable) and rabies vaccination required