Heart disease is the leading cause of death in men and women in the U.S. February is American Heart Month, and a time to raise awareness about heart disease and to educate the public on ways we can live heart-healthier lives. Know the Symptoms of a


For the Month of MarchThe Secaucus Food Pantry is looking for donations of Pasta. The items can be dropped at the senior Center 101 Centre Ave Monday through Friday 8 am – 3 pm Any questions please call Patt or Eileen at 201-330-2014

Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council are pleased to announce that our annual Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is back for its second year! This program allows Secaucus residents to purchase a share in a local New Jersey farm

Mayor Michael J. Gonnelli and the Town Council would like to remind you to call and reserve your spot at the Senior Center’s annual Mardi Gras celebration on February 28th.  The party begins at 5:00 p.m. and for $2.00, you can enjoy a night full


The Town of Secaucus is soliciting proposals for a one-year maintenance and support contract for the video surveillance systems installed at the following locations (as a combined contract for all three locations)

Due to lack of agenda, the Planning Board meeting of February 21, 2017 has been cancelled. The next regularly scheduled meeting is on March 21, 2017.

The Community Ball that was scheduled for 4/22 has been rescheduled to 11/18. Additional information can be found here

The Mayor and Town Council would like you be aware that there will be a special Board of Education meeting tonight from 7:00 pm until 8:30 pm in Huber Street School Gymnasium.

Reminder: Town Hall offices will be closed Monday 2/13 in observance of Lincoln's Birthday. Offices will reopen on at 9am on Tuesday 2/14

The Secaucus Police Department and Meadowlands Hospital EMS are adequately staffed to handle all emergency calls.  We ask all motorists to stay off the roads and let the DPW and DOT do their jobs and clear the roadways.  Visibility is poor and snow

Updated 2/10/17 - 09:55am  

Due to the storm, certain areas of town that are normally picked up on Thursdays were not reached. If your recycling was not picked up yesterday, the DPW will be picking it up during your next regularly scheduled recycling day


Toys"R"Us, through its partnership with K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers, works with local non-profit organizations such as "The Secaucus Emergency Fund". Learn more about their recent contributions and the needs of residents in the video below.