The Englewood Health Department is a local public health agency with a comprehensive array of public health prevention, promotion, and protection services and programs serving 27,147 residents (2010 census data) in the City of Englewood, New Jersey.
The Tax Assessor’s function involves the discovery and listing of all real property within the City of Englewood; the determination and taxability and assessment, the listing of all properties on the Real Property Tax List, the Exempt Property List and the Added and Omitted Assessment Lists.
Our mission is to provide quality recreation opportunities to residents of the community through creative programs and safe, clean facilities in the most efficient way possible. Through this mission, it is our purpose to provide lifelong leisure exper
The mission of the Englewood Public Library is to provide resources that enhance and contribute to individual knowledge, enlightenment, and enjoyment to maintain and improve the quality of life for all citizens of our community.
The Board of Library Trustees determines and adopts policies to govern the operation of the public library. The board comprises nine members, seven Englewood residents appointed by the Mayor, plus the Mayor and Superintendent of Schools (or their alternates). Terms of office are five years.
Tax payments are due February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1 of each year. There is a 10-calendar day grace period each quarter, however it is important to note that interest accrues from the original due date for any payments received after the 10-calendar day grace period.
The Englewood Police Department is located at 75 South Van Brunt Street, approximately 1/2 mile north of Route 4. Englewood is served by a full-time professionally trained police department consisting of 79 sworn Police Officers, 6 civilian dispatchers.
The mission of the Englewood Fire Department is public safety, the protection of life and property against all hazards. We are committed to providing this protection in a dedicated, professional manner, exhibiting compassion for all those in need.
The City Manager is the chief executive and administrative official of the City. The City Manager carries out all policies established by the Council. The Manager appoints all department heads and all other officers.
The Board of Adjustment handles zoning appeals, requests for interpretation and variance from zoning ordinances. Seven members and two alternates are appointed by the mayor with council confirmation. Terms of office are two years or four years depending on the member position.
The City Council consists of five members, each elected for a three-year term. Four are elected by the individual wards in which they live and the other is elected by a city-wide vote as an at-large member. The city is divided into four wards which are approximately equal in population.