On Saturday, April 30, 2016, the East Rutherford Police Department will be a host collection site for "Operation Take Back New Jersey". Anyone may dispose of medication either in its original container or by removing medication from its container and disposing into the drug disposal box. If the original container is submitted, the individual should, if possible, remove the prescription label if it contains any personal information. Liquid products, such as cough medicine, should remain sealed in their original container. The depositor should ensure that the cap is tightly sealed to prevent leakage. All collected medications will be turned over to the Drug Enforcement Agency for destruction. Syringes and other sharp instruments will not be accepted. The collection site will be in the lobby of Police Headquarters, 117 Stanley Street, East Rutherford from 10:00am - 2:00pm.
News - Recent Notices & Announcements
"Operation Take Back" on Saturday, April 30, 2016
Mayor and Police Chief at Library Story Time
Story time with Mayor Cassella on March 24, 2016 at 1:30PM and ERPD monthly story time with Police Chief Minda on Monday, March 28, 2016 at 10:30AM (this will be a monthly event taking place the 4th Monday of every month with a different member of the ERPD).
Program on scams against seniors on March 28, 2016
Teens assisting seniors with tech - March 7-12, 2016
East Rutherford teens will be volunteering their tech-savvy skills to seniors who are interested in learning social media or improving their computer knowledge. These one-on-one sessions will take place at the East Rutherford Memorial Library during "Teen Tech Week", Monday, March 7 through Saturday, March 12. If you ever wanted to learn how to tweet, open an e-mail account, or create a Facebook account, this is your chance. Priority will be given to East Rutherford residents. To set up a time, please call the Library at 201-939-3930. For more information, please contact Ms. Russo at 201-939-3930.
Mayor's Message - New Year's Day, 2016
I am honored today to have been sworn in, once again, as Mayor of East Rutherford; I thank the people for that honor. As I begin my 32nd year on this governing body and as has been the case in my previous 31 years, we will face many challenges. We have had many successes but there is so much more to do and hopefully we have learned from some mistakes but one thing I can assure the people of East Rutherford is that I will address the many challenges we face with no less enthusiasm than I did on January 1st, 1985 when, with my father holding the bible, I was first sworn into office as a member of this governing body.
Access for All Committee
Access for All is a county-wide, diversity and inclusion initiative spearheaded by James Thebery, Director of the Division on Disability Services for Bergen County’s Department of Human Services. East Rutherford’s Access for All Committee operates in collaborative partnership with Access for All committees established in municipalities throughout Bergen County.