Mayor's Message

Dear Residents,

Memorial Beach is open and summer is finally here!

Mount Arlington is proud to honor those who served our nation and paid the ultimate price for our freedoms. Our thanks to Acting Borough Clerk Ashley Todd, Assistant Administrator Lauren Schaeffner, Department of Public Works and our Police Department for coordinating a successful Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony, our Fire Department’s honor guard for presenting the colors and the Lake Hopatcong Veterans Committee for raising the flags at the ceremony. A special thank you to long-time Borough resident Mr. David Gardner and his “A-Team” who for many years have been the red shirts behind the scenes coordinating staging of the parade line up. We couldn’t do it without them! We appreciate all our Borough Veterans who participated in the day including our Grand Marshal Mr. Harold Johnson. Mr. Johnson is a Korean Veteran and we were honored to have him lead the parade and speak at the Ceremony. Thank you also to our guest speaker from Picatinny Arsenal Sgt Faegist Adlam and Commissioner Doug Cabana for participating. Lastly our gratitude to the Elks Lodge #782 for not only their participation in the parade and ceremony, but graciously inviting ALL in attendance back to the lodge. Thank you to all of you who joined us to remember our fallen heroes.

Arthur Ondish Memorial Beach Badges and Hours
Beach badges for Memorial Beach are available to residents in our Clerk’s office. Please note that the beach is only open on weekends starting Memorial Day weekend until the end of the school year. Beginning June 29th, the beach will be open full time through Labor Day Weekend.

We are excited to continue with our extremely successful Summer Concert Series this year! Our June concert featuring the band Sluggo will be held on June 13th at Memorial Beach from 6-8pm. This is a free concert. Please be sure to bring blankets and chairs, as Memorial Beach does not have seating. There will be food trucks, great music and great people! We look forward to seeing you there!

Fall Sports Sign-Ups
Our spring sports have begun their seasons at Fireman’s Field Park every Saturday Morning! Located at Altenbrand Ave &, Mountainview Ave, off of Howard Blvd., Fireman’s Field Park has a walking path and a modern playground. Come out and enjoy the nice weather while enjoying our beautiful park.

We are opening fall sports registration this month for Tee Ball, Coach Pitch and Munchkin Soccer! For any questions regarding our recreational sports, please contact Ashley Todd at or 973-398-6832 ext. 112.

Mayor’s Wellness- Keeping Our Community Healthy!
Our Mayor’s Wellness Committee helps keep our residents in motion on Friday mornings at 10 am by offering Chair Yoga classes at the Civic Center at 18 N. Glen. There is no cost to attend. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and check in with the instructor before class if you are new or a beginner. All levels are welcome. For more info about our Mayor’s Wellness and public health activities please visit

Our peer-lead wellness program called “Project Healthy Bones” will begin in September. Project Healthy Bones is a 24-week exercise and education program for older women and men at risk for, or who have osteoporosis. This evidence based program that is designed to improve muscle strength, balance and bone health, is funded by the NJ Division of Aging. To register, please contact Ashley Todd at or call 973-398-6832 ext. 112.

Stay Connected with Us
Borough Hall is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 – 4:30. As a convenience, offices are open until 7:30 pm one Thursday a month. Be sure to check our website for the most up-to-date hours and events.

We are here to help! Reach out to us by phone or fill out our contact form on the borough website and a representative will reach out.

In Service,
Mike Stanzilis


Borough Hall

419 Howard Boulevard
Mount Arlington, NJ 07856
Main Phone:
(973) 398-6832

Regular Hours:
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

DPW Building

1 Altenbrand Ave.
Mount Arlington NJ 07856

Main Phone:
(973) 398-4200

Recycling Hours


Health Department

Public health services for the Borough of Mount Arlington are provided by the Mount Olive Township Health Department.

To reach the health officer click here to access the health department website and view their upcoming events.




Recycling Single Stream Pick Up
Jun 21 all-day
Garbage Pick Up
Jun 24 all-day
Mt Arlington Wharton Shared Municipal Court
Jun 25 @ 9:00 am
Vegetative Waste Pick Up
Jun 26 all-day
Land Use Board Meeting @ Borough Hall
Jun 26 @ 7:00 pm
Recycling Single Stream Pick Up
Jun 28 all-day
Garbage Pick Up
Jul 1 all-day
Mt Arlington Wharton Shared Municipal Court
Jul 2 @ 9:00 am
Council Meeting @ Borough Hall
Jul 2 @ 7:00 pm
Vegetative Waste Pick Up
Jul 3 all-day

Our Community

One of the most desirable places in Northern New Jersey. Mount Arlington is situated in the western portion of Morris County less than 50 miles from New York City. Comprising 2.9 square miles, Mount Arlington is an area of rich history with a bright future. The Borough offers community-focused amenities and convenient access to public transit. Close proximity to Minisink County Park and Lake Hopatcong provides countless opportunities for outdoor recreation including lake activities and hiking trails. Just under an hour from Manhattan, the Borough of Mount Arlington provides unique opportunities for all lifestyles.

We’re Here to Help!

To contact us by email, please fill out our contact form and a representative will reach out.