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

IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM DPW: Bulk, White Metal and Yard Debris pick-up will be suspended until further notice. Garbage and Recycling pick-up
will continue on the regular schedule. Public Works Drop Off Schedule 

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. 

PROPERTY TAX GRACE PERIOD HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JUNE 1, 2020.   

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

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GRANT INFORMATION                                                              Health Dept Information Statements (PSAs) 

NJ Homeland Security Rumor Control                                      COVID-19 Executive Orders and Legislation

It is imperative that residents follow these steps to prevent the spread of coronavirus in order to flatten the curve:

  • Wash hands often with soap and water. If not available, use hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick and avoid contact with others.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing.
  • Practice social distancing of 6 feet, self quarantine, and avoid gatherings no matter the size.

Proper wearing of gloves and infection control (You Tube) 

The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health through Public Health - Governor Murphy 

 

FEMA's Region II National Preparedness Division is looking to provide a forum where entities doing important community work in support of local officials can share information about activities they are performing with others in an effort to foster awareness of good ideas and best practices. We realize there are many CERT, MRC, VOAD/COAD and other volunteers assisting with the response and recovery of COVID-19. If you would like to share your stories and/or photos, please email deborah.costa@fema.dhs.gov 

   FEMA Preparedness and Resilience Bulletin - APR 22 2020 
   FEMA Preparedness and Resilience Bulletin - APR 28 2020 
   FEMA Preparedness and Resilience Bulletin - MAY 06 2020 

The Bergen County Animal Shelter has suspended rabies vaccination clinics at this time. Likewise, the Englewood Veterinary Center is only scheduling appointment for patients that are ill, and the Health Department will temporarily suspend licensing for pets that require a booster in order to license. Once Executive Order 107 has been lifted, the Department’s Animal Control Officer will conduct follow-up with all owners/pets with licenses due for renewal.