COVID-19 Information

Important Guidance

Mount Arlington continues efforts to protect the public and our employees from transmission of the COVID-19 virus. We encourage everyone to stay home in accordance with Governor Murphy’s Executive Order.

We continue to update our website and social media to help keep you informed.  Information is also available at You can also view the State’s website for COVID-19 information at , updated regularly as well. The NJ Dept. of Health 24/7 number is 800-222-1222. Please call this number if you have questions or concerns about COVID-19.

Public access to all public buildings is closed  in an effort to prevent social contact and potential transmission of the virus. Borough Hall, Department of Public Works, Recreation, Construction and the Library will all remain closed to public access.

Borough Buildings, other than the library, remain staffed and contact can be made with Borough Officials via telephone and /or email.

 Please visit the website at www.mountarlingtonnj.orgfor Department listings, phone numbers, emails as well as various links and forms.

There is a lock box in the vestibule at Borough Hall which can be utilized for those members of the public requiring Court, Tax, Water, Sewer and Garbage payments. The option for online tax and utility payments is available here. Please mail any other documents.

Anyone needing to file police reports or in need of police assistance can utilize the intercom system at Police Headquarters. The police dispatcher can be contacted there as well. As always, 9-1-1 should be called in the case of a true emergency.

 Municipal Court Sessions have been cancelled.

 Please visit the library  for digital collection options.

 We wish you continued health and stay safe. Thank you Mount Arlington!

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