The Borough of Elmwood Park is in the process of adopting a new ordinance which mandates that any upholstered furniture, cushions, carpet, mattresses and the like, must be securely wrapped in plastic before setting them out for trash collection. The adoption of this ordinance is in response to a concern from our solid waste management contractor, who is requiring this process be implemented in order for them to continue to pick up these types of items. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Police Chief Michael Foligno at 201-796-1457 ext: 107.
The 2019 Waste Watchers' Handbook is now online:
The Elmwood Park Residents Assistance Program is seeking volunteers to assist elderly and disabled members of our community with leaf and snow removal. The leaf program will be commencing within the next week or so and the snow removal program will beginning with the first snowfall of the season.
Also please be advised that the deadline to submit applications to receive services through the RAP program is November 30, 2018
Welcome to the town of Elmwood Park.
I am excited about what the year 2018 holds for us. After 15 years as a Councilmember, serving you as your new Mayor will be a new role for me, but a challenge I am honored to take on.
Elmwood Park is a great place to live, work, raise a family and do business.
I will work closely with the Council, staff, residents, and business to move Elmwood Park forward and continue our transformation into a town we are all proud to call home.
While everything you’ll need or want to know about Elmwood Park is right here on our website, our job at borough hall is to help make everything accessible for you.
As we work toward a shared future, I will strive to make all residents voices heard and encourage all residents to be engaged.
Thank you for visiting our website and please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns. I am excited about the future of Elmwood Park and hope you’ll join me in shaping our town.
Mayor Francesco A. Caramagna