Township of East Hanover Official Web Site

Community Information

Back To Top  Animal Shelter
Mt Pleasant Animal Shelter
194 Route 10
East Hanover, NJ 07936
Back To Top  Cable Company
Cablevision of Morris
Verizon FIOS
Back To Top  Cemeteries
First Presbyterian Cemetery Gate of Heaven Hanover Cemetery
Heavenly Rest Restland Memorial Park  
Back To Top  East Hanover Education Foundation
A community is ultimately responsible for the well being of all of its members. The community of East Hanover includes town leaders, senior citizens, hard working taxpayers, be they parents or not, teachers, town employees, businesses and, most importantly, our children. Often satisfying our collective responsibility means balancing resources to meet, as closely as we can, the needs of our diverse members. Fiscal realities and government regulations frequently dictate that we cannot do all we would like to, especially for our children.

That’s where the East Hanover Education Foundation comes in. The foundation is a nonpartisan group of community members who have volunteered to promote and enhance educational excellence in our public schools through private resources within our community. 
Back To Top  East Hanover Historical Society
The East Hanover Historical Society maintains and preserves the historic Cook Halfway House (built in 1752) and the Marion Rowley Gardens located at 174 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, East Hanover. The House is open to the public at the Society's annual fundraiser on the first Saturday of December. Meetings are held throughout the year. The Mailing address is P.O. Box 216, East Hanover, NJ 07936. President John Esposito, Vice President John Rello, Recording Secretary Margot Vaccaro, & Treasurer Carl Vidal. For information call Carl Vidal at 973-428-8200.
Back To Top  Energy Providers
Jersey Central Power and Light
Madison Avenue & Punch Bowl Road, Morristown
80 Park Plaza, Newark, NJ 07101
Back To Top  First Call For Help
First Call For Help offers comprehensive information about social service programs serving Morris and Passaic counties.  We offer searchable information from our database at  This is a completely free service and has proven to be a valuable resource to residents of both counties.
Back To Top  Garbage Collection
1 Center Court
Totowa, NJ 07512 
Tassiellie Disposal
PO Box 83
East Hanover, NJ 07936
Direct Waste Services
50 Park Place, Suite 1401
Newark, NJ 07102
The garbage collection in East Hanover is done by private companies. The three above companies are known to service East Hanover:
Back To Top Knights of Columbus

2nd and 4th Monday, 8:00 PM
Labrecque Hall
Saint Rose of Lima Church
312 Ridgedale Ave, East Hanover, NJ 07936

Back To Top MOMS Club
MOMS Club of East Hanover - We offer a variety of activities for stay-at-home mothers and their children, including a business meeting, field trips, playgroups, moms' night out, craft activities and park outings. Our club is unique in that children are welcome to all activities.
Back To Top Morris County Division of Community Development
The Division of Community Development serves the 39 municipalities of Morris County through its administration of the:

The Division's Homeowner Housing Rehabilitation Program serves to maintain affordable housing by enabling homeowners, experiencing major systems' failures, to remain in their homes; it also assists towns in satisfying their affordable housing obligations.

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Back to Top  Places of Worship
First Presbyterian Church of Hanover
14 Hanover Road
Kitchell Memorial Presbyterian Church
469 Ridgedale Avenue
Saint Rose of Lima
312 Ridgedale Avenue
Trinity Assembly of God
1 Kane Place
Back to Top  Schools
Board of Education
20 School Avenue
Frank J. Smith School
27 Green Drive
Grades: K - 2nd
Central School 
400 Ridgedale Avenue
Grades: 3rd - 5th
Middle School
477 Ridgedale Avenue
Grades: 6th - 8th
Hanover Park Regional Board of Education
75 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Hanover Park High School
75 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
St Rose of Lima Academy and Preschool
316 Ridgedale Avenue
Grades: K - 8th

 East Hanover Parent Teacher Association

Back To Top  Scouts
Boy Scouts write to:
Patriots Path Council
BSA Troop 20
222 Columbia Tpk
Florham Park, NJ 07932
Cub Scouts write to:
Patriots Path Council
Pack 20
222 Columbia Tpk
Florham Park, NJ 07932
Picture of Troop 20 Operation Phone Home
Video of Troop 20 Operation Phone Home
Girl Scouts
1579 Sussex Tpk.
Randolph, NJ 07869
Back To Top  Senior Citizens Club
96 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
East Hanover, NJ 07936
973-428-3060 or 

The club is under the sponsorship and guidance of the Township of East Hanover and under the guidance of the East Hanover Senior Citizen center Management Commission also known as The Management Board which regulates and oversees the activities of  the club according to E.H. Township Ordinance 27-1980 dated 12/3/80. The membership of the club is non partisan and non sectarian and is open to any resident of East Hanover, 60 years of age or older, regardless of race, color or religious beliefs. Annual dues are $10.00, to join, and renewed every January payable by the first regular meeting in January. Business meetings are held the second and fourth Monday of each month at 11AM. Social meetings are held on the first and third Monday of each month.

The club is open every day from 8AM to 4PM Card playing is available every day in the club card room. Bingo ladies are available every Monday and Wednesday.

Bus service is available to take Seniors to the center on Monday and Wednesday by calling 973-428-3029. Bus service is available on Thursday to go shopping at the Malls and Friday to go to Pathmark for food shopping. Limited bus service is available for doctor appointments by calling to make an appointment to be picked up at your home. More info.

A monthly Podiatry clinic is available at the center by making an appointment through the Board of Health Secretary 12:30PM to 3:30PM. Blood pressure screening is available by coming to the center on the scheduled days 12 noon to 2PM. Flu/Pneumonia immunizations are available in the month of October check you local town calendar.

A representative from the Morris County Social Services is available every month to assist our members with hospitalization forms and problems and questions, also well versed on Senior benefits via Medicare and Medicaid. We have monthly contact with the Morris County Social Services to keep our seniors informed of county programs...etc.

Yearly contact with the Hanover Park High School and East Hanover local schools is held during the spring and fall...

Bowling for E.H. Seniors is available every Friday morning 10AM at Hanover Lanes just drop in and join up for a nominal fee. Aerobics are available every Monday and Wednesday at the Tom Rinaldi Recreation Center located on Eagle Rock Avenue 9:30 to 10:30 admission is free.

A Trip Coordinator and Trip Committee are available to schedule daily, monthly and over night activities for all club members. All trips and socials are announced at the regular business meetings and posted on the bulletin board. A trip to Atlantic City if planned for every month on the 3rd Thursday. 

Every member will receive a copy of the bylaws and rules for the trips and socials and a copy of the membership list and the trips that are planned for the rest of year.

Back To Top  Sports  (non recreation department related)

East Hanover Baseball Association

Back To Top  Telephone Service
You can now choose most major carriers for your local and long-distance telephone service. The possibilities are to numerous to list.

Back To Top  Woman's Club

Woman's Club of East Hanover
P.O. Box 294
East Hanover, NJ  07936

 The Woman's Club of East Hanover is a non profit, non partisan and non sectarian organization who's mission is to "Make a Difference" in the community.  Areas of activity and interest include local environmental and beautification issues, domestic violence, library and literacy, assisting fellow community members, scholarships and social activities.  This is just a sample.  There are many avenues in which the Woman's Club can "Make a Difference".

We are part of a state (NJSFWC) and national organization (GFWC) which provides an outline which we customize to meet our local community's needs.  Our members include teachers, business owners, medical and legal professionals, elected officials, retirees, homemakers, and corporate executives. 
The Woman's Club of East Hanover was established in 2001 and has been visible participating in town functions.  Members learn about the community and enjoy volunteer work through civic and social activities.
Meetings are held at the Recreation Center at 6:30 pm on the 3rd Wednesday of the month.   

The above services are mostly rendered by private or not for profit organizations and there listing here does not constitute recommendation/endorsement by the Township or it's employees.