Municipal court sessions are suspended until Monday, April 27, 2020 in order to mitigate public exposure to COVID-19.
For this extended period, individuals scheduled to appear before the municipal court to contest a traffic or parking ticket, a minor local ordinance violation, or other matter should instead await notice of a new court date.
Defendants may continue to make payments for parking and traffic matters through the municipal court’s online payment website at NJMCdirect.com.
Due to the municipal court building being officially closed, no in-person payments can be accepted at the court window.
Defendants may also continue to mail in payments but be advised that court staff may have limited access to the court office to process those payments.
For updated information, visit the New Jersey Judiciary’s website at www.njcourts.gov.
We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding during this difficult time.
Agency seeks to protect police officers and the public by limiting exposure to CoronavirusAgency seeks to protect police officers and the public by limiting exposure to Coronavirus
In rapid response to the Coronavirus public health crisis, over the weekend the Elmwood Park Police Department quickly implemented a new online reporting system to help keep their officers, and the public, safer.
Called the Citizen Online Reporting System ("CORES"), the new web portal at www.elmwoodparkpd.com gives residents the ability to do online filing of certain criminal incident reports, property check requests, and alarm system registrations.
This section of the website provides easy access to two different content areas: 1) POSTS and notices about the current COVID-19 Coronavirus public health emergency, and 2) DOWNLOADS relating to Coronavirus.