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  • 10/28/14 - Flu Shot Clinic 7am Town Hall
  • 11/04/14 - Election Day
  • 11/10/14 - Town Council Meeting 7pm
  • 11/11/14 - Veteran's Day - Offices Closed
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For You Information

Did you know that before you cut down any trees on your property you need a Tree Removal Permit.

Did you know that before you make changes to your driveway you need a Driveway Permit.


Town Council Meetings will be broadcast on Verizon FIOS Channel 45, and Cablevision Channel 21, Wednesdays at 7pm and Saturdays at 4pm.


Change of Party Affiliation Form  
Voter registration  


Environmental Resource Inventory Update June 2013

Keeping Food Safe After a Natural Disaster or Power Outage

2014 Water Quality Report

Solutions to Stormwater Pollution

Whippany River Watershed Action Committee

Recreation Girls & Boys Basketball

for Kindergarten through 8th grade. Registration online: for boys: - deadline 11/1/14, for girls: - deadline 11/9/14.

Posted: 10/23/14

General Election

The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. Polling locations will be open for voters from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Posted: 10/21/14

First Aid Squad Hosting Haunted House

Thursday, October, 23 through Sunday, October  26, 2014. Doors open at 7pm. At the First Aid Squad Building, 554 Ridgedale Avenue. Fee $8.

Posted: 10/10/14

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Declaration

Posted: 10/06/14

Flu Clinics

The East Hanover Health Department will be holding 2 flu shot clinics in East Hanover this year:

  • October 16 at the Recreation Department starting at 11am to 1pm.

  • October 28 at Town Hall Starting at 7am to noon.

Registration is required prior to the Clinic, 973-428-3035.

Posted: 10/1/14

Coyote Information

Posted: 09/02/14

Town Council Meeting 10/6/14

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Farmer's Market

Mondays from Noon to 6pm ---June 16th to October 27th. Front parking lot of Lurker Park--Ridgedale Ave.

Posted: 07/18/14


The Mayors Committee on Life Sciences recently announced the creation of the Mayors Committee on Life Sciences STEM Certificate Award. The award will honor educators and students who are spearheading this important academic pursuit throughout the state. The program was developed in response to a recent Battelle/PhRMA study that highlighted the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). 

Mayor Pannullo would like to identify local schools, academic or extra-curricular programs, teachers and/or students that are eligible for the STEM Certificate Award so they can be recognized along with other programs in the state. The award will be given to programs that meet the following criteria K-12: 
Offering a STEM-centered program of study in academic curriculum; 
Supporting scholarships for teachers and students to pursue further education in STEM related fields; 
Sponsoring or hosting science fairs or technology competitions; 
Hosting summer academic camps with STEM specific curriculum 

Mayor Pannullo encourages local teachers and students to apply for this certification as it is important for everyone who is involved in this critical educational discipline to be recognized for their efforts. The STEM Certificate Program application form can be downloaded from the Mayors Committee webpage at

Posted: 5/22/14