Parking Permits for Residents and Non-residents-Borough of Dumont
Applications for 2018 commuter parking permits for municipal parking in the Brook Street Parking Lot, West Shore Avenue section 2-5, and W. Quackenbush Avenue (north side-125 feet west of Park Avenue) will be available to Dumont residents, non-residents and business owners on a first come, first-served basis December 18, 2017. Permits may be obtained at the Borough Clerk’s office, 80 W. Madison Avenue, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Please note that this does not include overnight parking.
The fee is $120 per calendar year for residents and $180 per calendar year for non-residents; there is one hanger permit per household. Applicants must bring a copy of their driver’s license and registration for the car to be used. No copies will be made at Borough Hall-no exceptions. Applications will be on the Borough website: dumontnj.gov For more information, call 201-387-5023.
The Finance Department is responsible for preparation of the Municipal Budget, maintaining of accounts payable, preparation of bank reconciliations, payment of bills, issuing and payment of debt, monitoring monthly budget controls, performing internal audits and all other related accounting responsibilities.
The payroll for all Municipal employees, including the library staff is also prepared within this office. All purchases made by the Borough of Dumont must go through the Finance Department.
Approximately 2,000 Purchase Orders are issued per year.
The Finance Department also prepares specifications for purchases that exceed the bid threshold of $17,500.00 which is required by State statute.
Where in Dumont is it?
80 W. Madison Avenue, Dumont, NJ
Board of Health
Kenneth Menezes, Board President (term exp. 3/31/18) Catherine Romeo, Registrar Jodie Delehanty, Deputy Registrar Louis Di Paolo, Council Liaison (term exp. 12/31/18) Donna Pleus (term exp. 3/31/18) Ada Aguilar (term exp. 3/31/20) Katherine Cohen (term exp. 3/31/18) Gillian Menezes (term exp. 3/31/18) Charlotte Tobias (term exp. 3/31/19) Kenneth Menezes (term exp. 3/31/18) VACANCY
The Board of Health meets quarterly at 7:00PM in the Municipal Building. Meeting dates for 2018 are March 6, June 5, September 11, and December 4.
Board of Health Agendas, Minutes, & Other Downloads
Gerry Aponte, Chairman (term exp. 12/31/19) Eugene Godlewski, Vice Chairman (term exp. 12/31/21) Don Morrell (term exp. 12/31/22) Christopher Snell (term exp. 12/31/19) Dino Kostantakis (term exp. 12/31/20) Maryann Russini (term exp. 12/31/20) Cesare Papetti (term exp. 12/31/18) Michael Prulello, Alt. #1 (term exp. 12/31/22) Jeff DeVito, Alt. #2 (term exp. 12/31/21) Louis Di Paolo, Council Liaison
Recreation Commissioner Assignments
- Mayor and Council Meetings Gerry Aponte - BOE Liaison, Parks & Playgrounds, New Programs Dino Kostantakis - Wrestling, Girls Basketball, Mens/Ladies Softball Eugene Godlewski - Junior Football, Football Cheering, Competition Cheering, Flag Football, Boys Recreation & Travel Basketball Christopher Snell - Soccer, Volley Ball, Track, Celebrations Maryann Russini - Girls Softball, Coaching Certification, Summer Camp Cesare Papetti - Little League Senior Baseball, Roller Hockey, Summer Camp
The Dumont Board of Recreation Commissioners is committed to maintaining or improving the quality of life within the Borough of Dumont by providing high quality, cost-effective recreation, sports, and entertainment programs for the benefit of all residents of the Borough of Dumont.
The Dumont Board of Recreation Commissioners will work proactively and together as a team with all league officers and the Mayor and Council to insure the quality of every program within the Borough of Dumont. It is the purpose of the Recreation Commission that programs will be provided for all age groups within the Borough and that no resident is excluded from any program.
As of January 1, 2017 the Board meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm.
The Borough Administrator is appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Borough Council. The basic function of the Administrator is to direct and supervise the administration of all departments, offices and agencies of the Borough, except as otherwise provided by law.
The Administrator is responsible to the Mayor and Council for carrying out all policies established by it and serves as liaison between the Mayor and Council and the Borough's departments and agencies.
The Administrator is the chief administrative official and chief of staff for the Borough and is responsible for, but not limited to, the following:
Supervises the preparation of and recommends annually to the Mayor and Council an operating budget, a capital budget, and a five-year capital plan.
Receives and deals with requests for, and complaints about, Borough services that cannot be dealt with by the operating departments and agencies.
Appoints and promotes subordinate Borough officers, except as otherwise provided by law.
Negotiates contracts for the Borough as authorized and directed by and subject to the approval of the governing body.
Oversees a proper purchasing system, approves all requests for goods and services to be purchased by the Borough, and approves all bills and vouchers for payment prior to final approval by the governing body.
Complete the application. A copy of your veterinarian's report showing the date of your pet's last rabies shot and date of neutering must accompany the application form. A self-addressed stamped envelope should be included and the license will be mailed to you or arrangements can be made to pick up the license. Fees should be paid by check made payable to the Borough of Dumont.
Vital Statistics Application Form
For copies of birth, marriage and death certificates, download and complete the above form. The fee for the first copy is $10.00, additional copies are $5.00 each. Identification is needed prior to copies being completed. Fees should be paid by check, payable to the Borough of Dumont.
Flu shots are given annually sometime in October or November at the Dumont Senior Center, 39 Dumont Avenue.
For two persons to establish a Marriage in this State, it shall be necessary that they satisfy all of the following criteria:
Not be a party to another civil union, domestic partnership or marriage in this State or recognized by this State;
Be at least 18 years of age, except that applicants under the age of 18 may enter into a Marriage with parental consent. Applicants under the age of 16 must obtain parental consent and have the consent approved in writing by any judge of the Superior Court, Chancery Division, Family part.
Where to apply:
The marriage license application is to be made in the New Jersey municipality in which either party resides and the license is valid throughout the State of New Jersey.
If neither applicant is a New Jersey resident, submit the application in the municipality where the marriage ceremony will be performed, the license is only valid in the issuing municipality.
Please contact the Registrar to determine if license applications are handled during business hours or by appointment.
Required documents when applying for a marriage license:
Proof of identity by presenting your driver’s license, passport or state/federal I.D.
Proof of your residency.
Your social security card or social security number.*
A witness, 18 years of age or older.
The $28 application fee.
*Social security number is required by law for US citizens and will be kept confidential.
Any documents in a foreign language must be accompanied by a certified English translation.
Requested additional documents (these documents are helpful but not required):
A copy of your birth certificate to establish your parents' names and related birth information.
If you are divorced, have had a previous civil union dissolved, domestic partnership terminated or have had a civil union annulled, please bring the decree(s) or the civil annulment documents.
If your former spouse/civil union or domestic partner is deceased, please bring the death certificate.
After you apply:
There is a 72-hour waiting period before the license is issued. The waiting period begins when the application is filed with the Registrar. There is no 72 hour waiting period for a remarriage; however, you must bring a certified copy of your existing marriage.
The marriage license application is valid for six months from the date accepted, unless the Registrar has given prior approval to extend the validity of the application to a maximum of one year.
Only one marriage license may be granted from a marriage application. If the license expires before being used, a new application must be made and another $28 fee remitted.
The only exception to this requirement is in the case where a civil and religious ceremony are to be performed on the same day. In this case, the Local Registrar will photocopy the marriage application, marking one "A" and one "B", and issue the corresponding marriage licenses, marking them "A" and "B" as well. One copy will be used for the religious ceremony and the other for the civil ceremony.
For individuals who are currently in a marriage in New Jersey or are in a marriage in another state or country there exists the option to reaffirm your relationship/vows by registering a Remarriage.
In order to apply for a Remarriage the couple must provide proof of their existing marriage, meet the requirements for entering into a marriage in New Jersey and follow the guidelines above to completing the license application.
The process for a Remarriage License are the same as for the Marriage License, except that the Remarriage License must be accompanied by the proof of existing marriage and once the application is filed there is no 72 hour waiting period before the license is issued.
Where in Dumont is it?
80 W. Madison Avenue, Dumont, NJ
Rent Leveling Board
Irwin Buchheister (term exp. 2019) Lillian DeCristofaro (term exp. 2019) Judy Parker (term exp. 2018) Coleman Szely (term exp. 2020) Albert Taxter (term exp. 2018) Ralph Williams (term exp. 2018) Joseph Woska, Sr. (term exp. 2020) Louis DiPaolo, Council Liaison (term exp. 2018)