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This website is no longer being updated effective 02/23/2022. It is preserved as an archive. Please visit https://www.parkridgeboro.com/ for the new website.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Coronavirus info

Meeting & Event Calendar

19 May
Board of Health Meeting
Date 05.19.2022 7:30 pm
24 May
Mayor & Council Meeting
05.24.2022 8:15 pm
1 Jun
Board of Public Works Meeting
06.01.2022 8:00 pm
8 Jun
Planning Board Meeting
06.08.2022 8:00 pm
14 Jun
Mayor & Council Meeting
06.14.2022 8:15 pm
15 Jun
Board of Public Works Meeting
06.15.2022 8:00 pm

News & Announcements

Park Ridge Municipal Pool – Plans to Open on May 28, 2022

CLICK HERE for Rates & Registration information

CLICK HERE for the Rules & Regulations packet

2022 Recycling Newsletter

Click Here to download the full newsletter.

Important Information about your Drinking Water

Since the beginning of its operation in the 1920’s, the Park Ridge Water department and the Board of Public Works’ goal has been to provide a clean and reliable drinking water supply to its 5,000 customers in both Park Ridge and Woodcliff Lake. 

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2021 Water Quality Report Available

PARK RIDGE BOROUGH SERVICE INVENTORY
Lead survey Document
Drinking Water Certified Lead Labs
Service Line Inventory Report
Service Line Inventory Legend

 
SERVICE SELF - IDENTIFICATION SURVEY
 
 

 

The 2021 Water Quality Report is now available. Click here to view.

Pet Leash Law Reminder

Park Ridge Borough Code requires dog owners to keep their dogs under control at all times. That means they must be leashed when off our property and kept under control while on your property so they are not able to leave your yard. With many more kids and families out walking, biking and dog walking we have seen an increase in dogs getting a little too excited and leaving their properties. This can be scary and dangerous for pedestrians and other leashed pets. We also have seen an increase in wildlife that can be enticing to your pups and lead them into traffic. For everyone's safety please make sure your dogs are secured in your yard. Thank You! 🐾

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Tri-Boro Food Pantry

The Tri Boro Food Pantry is still open and trying to help the community to the best of our ability.  Limitations at grocery stores are making it very difficult for us to stock our shelves. Many people have asked if they can still make donations. We are accepting and in need! We are grateful for all non-perishable food donations.

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