January 2020

Here's the latest information about things going on in the Borough of Pompton Lakes this month, assembled and produced by the Public Information Department.
Mayor Serra's Message
As the New Year begins, I look forward to working and achieving the goals set by this administration. 
The Reorganization Meeting of the Governing Body is scheduled for Thursday, January 2nd, and the elected officials will be given the Oath of Office and begin to serve their new terms. During this meeting, the Governing Body will establish their policy and allow for the transition and procedure of business throughout the year. 
I would like to thank all the appointed professionals and consultants for their diligence in providing guidance and direction throughout the year. I would also like to recognize the staff within the Borough of Pompton Lakes for the services they provide for residents on a daily basis. I, along with the Governing Body, appreciate the help and skills the various departments offer residents in town.   
I am always amazed as to the outpour of COMMUNITY SUPPORT during good times and bad times. Neighbors helping neighbors and the support of the various local organizations within the Borough who are actively involved in the community. The Borough is home to various Houses of Worship who offer guidance and assistance for residents. The Girls and Boys Scouts are an intricate part of the community. I am fortunate to be the Mayor of a giving and caring community!
This is an exciting year as Pompton Lakes will embark on its 125 th Anniversary as a Borough. I would invite everyone who has been a part of the Borough’s long history and those who are just beginning and creating their own history in Pompton Lakes to join the Borough as they celebrate this honorable occasion. I would like to thank the Historical Committee for being the driving force in planning the Anniversary Celebration.  
I wish everyone a Healthy and Prosperous New Year!

Until next time,

Mayor Michael Serra  

Top Stories
Pompton Lakes Floodplain Elevation Certificates FAQ
What is an Elevation Certificate?

An Elevation Certificate is a document that proves how high or low your home is compared to the 100-year floodplain.
Who needs an Elevation Certificate?
Residents interested in possibly reducing their Flood Insurance Premiums.
Pompton Lakes will require an Elevation Certificate for some improvements to your home to get a building permit. Contact the Borough Building Department for additional information.

How do I get an Elevation Certificate?
Residents must hire a Professional Land Surveyor licensed in New Jersey.
If a previous owner filed one with the Borough for improvements, the Elevation Certificate may be on file with the Pompton Lakes Building Department.

I already have an Elevation Certificate, do I need to get a new one?
Only if your home has changed (added a finished basement, converted a garage to living space, or made an addition) since the Elevation Certificate was first created.
You may need to provide some additional information, such as pictures.

Do I need to submit my Elevation Certificate to FEMA or an Insurance Agent?
You are not required to submit the Elevation Certificate to FEMA or an Insurance Agent. You are only required to submit the Elevation Certificate to Pompton Lakes for certain building permits.

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is revising the Floodplain Maps for Pompton Lakes and the floodplain limits may change at your property. Go to msc.fema.gov for current maps. Select “Show ALL Products” then “Preliminary Products” for the pending revised maps.

More detailed Elevation Certificate information is available by searching for FEMA’s Elevation Certificates: Who Needs Them and Why Fact Sheet in an internet search engine (Google). This flyer is provided by the Flood Advisory Board for informational purposes only. Residents should consult an insurance agent for official information and the Borough’s Building Department of any building permit related matters.
Recycling Notice
The Borough of Pompton Lakes would like to inform residents on what is accepted in recycling.

Accepted Materials:
  • Mixed Paper, Office Paper, and Envelopes
  • Corrugated Cardboard (flatten and/or cut into bundles)
  • Telephone Books and Soft Cover Books
  • Glass Food and Beverage Jars (all colors)
  • Aluminum & Metal Beverage Containers
  • Pet Food Cans
  • Milk Jugs and Plastic Beverage Bottles
  • Detergent and Shampoo Containers
  • Juice Boxes & Juice/Beverage Cartons
  • Plastic with #1, #2, or #5 Symbols

Not Accepted:
  • Plastic Bags
  • Pizza Boxes
  • Light Bulbs
  • Aluminum Foil & Baking Pans
  • Drinking Glasses, Dishes, and Broken Window Glass
  • Ceramics and Pottery
  • Aerosol Cans
  • Motor Oil and Anti-Freeze Containers
  • Clothes Hangers
  • Cookie Tins and Bandage Tins
  • Carbon and Waxed Paper
  • Tissue Paper, Napkins, Paper Plates, and Paper Towels
  • Styrofoam
  • Plastics with #3, #4, #6, and #7 Symbols.

Any questions can be directed to the Department of Public Works at (973) 616-5900.
Trex Plastic Film Recycling
Help us earn a FREE Community Bench!!
Plastic Bags may be recycled under the "Trex Recycling Program". Look for the white plastic bag box at the following locations! (Lincoln Elementary School, Lakeside Middle School, St. Mary's Church, and Borough Hall). 

Borough Clerk's Office
Open Public Meetings Law:

The Open Public Meetings Law established in 1975 and most commonly referred to as the “Sunshine Law” establishes the right of all citizens to have adequate advance notice of all public meetings and the right to attend meetings at which any business affecting the public is discussed or acted upon. During a meeting the public has the opportunity to witness deliberation, policy formation, and decision making by the Governing Body.   Adequate advance notice is written notice at least 48 hours and provides the time, date, location, extent and/or agenda for a scheduled meeting.  

WHEREAS, Public Laws of 1975, Chapter 23, Open Public Meetings Act, permits the Mayor and Council to establish a schedule of regular Council Meetings,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Pompton Lakes:

  1. The Meetings will be held in the Municipal Building, 25 Lenox Avenue, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442
  2. The Meetings will begin at 7:30pm
  3. Special Meetings may be called by the Mayor as required
  4. The dates for the Regular Council Meetings are as follows:
This Resolution shall be mailed to the Suburban Trends, the Record, and the Star Ledger Newspapers, posted on the bulletin board in the Municipal Building and mailed to any who request and pay for same.  

Elizabeth Brandsness, RMC
Municipal Clerk/Deputy Administrator
973-835-0143 ext. 238

Upcoming Public Meetings
Swearing-In Ceremony/Reorganization Meeting: January 2, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Borough Council Meeting: January 8, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. and January 22, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Shade Tree Commission: January 13, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Open Space Committee: January 9, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Redevelopment Agency Meeting: January 16, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Zoning Board of Adjustment: January 28, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Lake Restoration Committee: January 14, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Environmental Committee: January 9, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Library Trustees: January 27, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. (Pompton Lakes Library)
Planning Board: January 21, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. (Council Chambers)
BID: January 16, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. (274 Wanaque Avenue)
Historic Preservation Committee: January 28, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
Recreation Commission: January 28, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. (Civic Center)
Board of Health: January 6, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Stormwater Management Committee: January 23, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Flood Advisory Board: January 23, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. (Council Chambers)
Prevention Coalition: January 23, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. (BID Office, 274 Wanaque Avenue)

Garbage and Recycling Cheat Sheet
Garbage Pickup Notice:

Attention Pompton Lakes Residents: Our goal is to keep our town clean and running smoothly. Residents cooperation is paramount to achieving this goal.

In an effort to increase efficiency and transparency, we will be using decals to communicate with residents whose waste has not been picked up as scheduled due to an ordinance violation.

We understand that it can be disconcerting to come home and see that your garbage or recycling has not been picked up as you had expected, and we want to work with all residents to ensure that future collections are completed as scheduled while ensuring the safety of our hardworking DPW employees.
Recycling Center

The Borough Recycling Center is located on Grove Street and is open to all Borough Residents and Businesses. Residents and Businesses must display on their mirror or show the attendant a valid Borough decal or I.D. upon entering the Center. The Center is open Monday through Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
The Recycling Center offers biodegradable lawn and leaf bags at a cost of $.35 cents per bag. The following materials are accepted at the Recycling Center:

  • Grass Clippings
  • Leaves, Brush & Tree Limbs (max length 8 ft; max diameter 2 inch)
  • Co-mingled Glass, Plastic & Metal Recyclables
  • Aluminum cans - must be separated from other co-mingled recyclables
  • Paper & Cardboard Recyclables
  • Corrugated Cardboard – must be separated from other paper recyclables
  • Electronic Equipment & Computers
  • Metals
  • Waste Engine Oil
  • Car Batteries
Tires may be brought to the Recycling Center at a cost of $2.50 per tire without the rim and $5.00 per tire with rim. Propane tanks are not accepted at the Recycling Center.
Recycling No Paper:
January 8 & 22
Borough Wide Paper Pickup: January 15
Metal: Every Monday and Thursday
Garbage: Please refer to the Borough Calendar for Garbage Collection dates
Pompton Lakes Library
Pompton Lakes Library
New Hours for 2020:

Monday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sunday - Closed
Pompton Lakes Library
Mah Jong at the Pompton Lakes Public Library will be taking a break during the holiday season, from November 26, 2019 through January 7, 2020. 

Mah Jong will return on Tuesday, January 14, 2020!
Pompton Poets
Click  Here  to read participant’s poems.

Poets, writers, readers and listeners join the Pompton Poets with George Pereny, poet, musician and educator.
Meeting at the Pompton Lakes Library, 333 Wanaque Avenue, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442 at 7:15 p.m.
Mr. Pereny is an accomplished writer, musician and educator for over the past 40 years. He has taught English at all levels from grammar school to college. Since the age of sixteen, he has written and performed his poems and songs all over the metro area. Over the years he has been published more than 200 times in anthologies, magazines and newspapers. His writings include two published books, several volumes of poetry, and other works. He was a founding editor of the literary/art magazine Lunch in 1975 and in 1977 Mr. Pereny founded Footwork which evolved into the Paterson Literary Review. Then in 1980 Mr. Pereny was editor of The Local Paper in Pompton Lakes.

The Pompton Poets is looking for new members to share their love of poetry. All are welcome to join and meet others, from first time poets to published writers and everything in between.

Chess Club
The  Oakland/Pompton Lakes NJ Chess Club  meets at the Library every Monday and Wednesday from 6pm to 9pm.  
Five chess sets and a clock are available, although players are encouraged to bring their own equipment as well.

Pompton Lakes Library
Rosetta Stone Library Solution  is now available through your local library! Improve your English or learn another language with Rosetta Stone Library Solution. This is an effective, easy-to-use program that allows you to learn a new language on your own time. Choose from 30 languages! All you need is your Pompton Lakes Public Library card!
Pompton Lakes Library
Are you a friend of the Pompton Lakes Public Library? Join us! The Friends of the Pompton Lakes Public Library is an independent non-profit volunteer organization working to further the educational needs of the community through its support of the Emanuel Einstein Memorial Library, also known as The Pompton Lakes Library. We are proud of our library and its importance to our community and we’re committed to helping the library in as many ways as we can. We welcome other library lovers to join us in supporting the Pompton Lakes Library. For more information, contact: The Pompton Lakes Library 973-835-0482 or friends@friendsofpomptonlakeslibrary.org
Pompton Lakes Library
The Pompton Lakes Library presents "Bagels and Books Discussion Group". The group meets on the 1st Thursday and 3rd Monday of the month at 10:30 a.m. at the Library.

Dates for 2020:
  • Thursday January 2, 2020
  • Monday January 20, 2020
  • Thursday February 6, 2020
  • Monday February 17, 2020
  • Thursday March 5, 2020
  • Monday March 16, 2020
  • April 2, 2020
  • Monday April 20, 2020
  • Thursday May 7, 2020
  • Monday May 18, 2020

Pompton Lakes Library, 333 Wanaque Avenue, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442.
Pompton Lakes Library
The Pompton Lakes Library is hosting "Winter Story Time 2020" for 11 weeks from January 20 to April 3. Registration form must be turned into the Library.
Community Announcements
Pompton Lakes Celebrates 125th Anniversary
The Borough of Pompton Lakes is celebrating its 125 Anniversary on July 25, 2020 at Hershfield Park! More details to follow!
Seasonal Parking Reminder
The Borough of Pompton Lakes would like to remind residents that there is NO PARKING on snow covered roadways.

Until the storm has subsided and the roads are sufficiently plowed to allow for the safe passage of traffic.

DO NOT shovel or blow snow into roadways.

Non-compliance with the above will result in fines and/or towing of vehicles.

In addition, remove basketball hoops and stands that are in or near the roadway.
No Solicitation Registration
5-21.12 "No Solicitation" list and "No Solicitation" signs.

A. The Borough of Pompton Lakes shall institute a list of Borough residents who request that solicitors not solicit on their property. The "No Solicitation" list shall be maintained by the Municipal Clerk.
B. Residents of the Borough shall have their name and address added to the list by the Municipal Clerk upon receipt of a written request for such action. Such requests shall be maintained with the list.

C. Prior to any conduct of a solicitation covered by this section, the solicitor receiving a license or permit to solicit shall be provided with a copy of the "No Solicitation" list by the Municipal Clerk with the license or permit, and the licensee or permittee, their employees, agents, assistants or helpers shall thereafter refrain from any solicitation on the properties or to the names set forth on the list.

D. Borough residents and property owners may post "No Solicitation" signs on their property. In such event, no solicitor shall solicit or canvass on such properties.

(1983 Code § 125-31)

The form can be found on the Borough  Website  
Please E-Mail this  form  to the Municipal Clerk at clerk@pomptonlakes-nj.gov

Fax 973-839-8132 or Mail to: Borough of Pompton Lakes, 25 Lenox Avenue, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442, Attention Municipal Clerk

Pompton Lakes Recreation is hosting a Men's Basketball League. The league runs every Tuesday from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. at Lincoln Elementary School, 44 Mill Street, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442. The cost is $50 for the season and the season runs until the spring. You may still come down and signup!
Pompton Lakes Recreation is hosting "Get Fit Fall 2019" starting on January 6, 2020.

The program runs every Monday and Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at Lincoln Elementary School, 44 Mill Street, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442.

$50 for all 16 classes
$35 for 10 classes
$5 drop in fee for 10 or less classes.

Questions, call Ellen at (973) 460-2894.
Pompton Lakes Recreation is hosting "Yoga Classes" every Tuesday and Thursday at the Pompton Lakes Teen Center from 7:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. There is a $5.00 drop-in fee!
Pompton Lakes Recreation is hosting "Walking Club" on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in Lakeside Middle School Hallway. (Excluding 11/5, 11/7, 11/28, 12/24, 12/26, 12/31, 2/18, 3/24, 4/14, 4/16).

The Pompton Lakes Family Meetup was created to bring caregivers and children together in an effort to explore our area,
have fun and foster supportive family planning. The group meets the first Saturday of every month from 10:00am – 11:30am at the Civic Center. Come meet your neighbors over a cup of coffee and snacks while giving your children the opportunity to play in a stress-free environment. This group is open to children of all ages.
Pompton Lakes Recreation is hosting a Field Hockey Clinic from March 23-27 (excluding March 24th) from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at the Lakeside Gym and Field. This is for grades 1-8. The registration fee is $80.00. Please bring your field hockey stick, mouth guard, and shin guards. Contact Nancy at (973) 616-2973 with any questions.
Pompton Lakes Recreation is hosting a Softball Clinic from March 16-20 at Lakeside Gym from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. for grades 1-8. The registration fee is $80.00 on site. Register online here.
Save the date! Pompton Day 2020 is on Sunday September 6, 2020.
Trails Committee
Trail Maintenance Events for 2020:

Family Hike Series - 2020:
  • April 19 at 10 a.m.
  • Castle Point Loop Trail
  • Skyline Drive Ringwood
  • May 3 at 10 a.m.
  • Appalacian Trail at Pochuck Valley
  • 451 NJ-94, Vernon
  • June 6 at 10 a.m. (Trails Day 2020)
  • South End Trails Pompton Lakes
  • Program to be announced!
  • September 20 at 2 p.m.
  • Demarest Nature Center
  • Wakeless Drive, Demarest
  • November 8 at 2 p.m.
  • Norvin Green State Forest
  • New Weiss Center
  • Snake Den Road, Ringwood

Maintenance Days - 2020:
  • Meet at Willow Field Back Parking Lot, bring gloves, hand tools. Trash Bags are supplied.
  • March 15 at 2 p.m.
  • May 9 at 10 a.m.
  • May 31 at 10 a.m.
  • June 14 at 9 a.m.
  • July 12 at 9 a.m.
  • August 16 at 9 a.m.
  • September 26 at 10 a.m.
  • November 19 at 10 a.m.

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Passaic County Events
Passaic County
The Passaic County Parks & Recreation office is proud to offer two series of children's sewing workshops this upcoming February & March at the Passaic County Arts Center in Goffle Brook Park in Hawthorne, NJ.

Space is limited so register soon!

Admission: $10 per child for each full series

Questions: Events@passaiccountynj.org

This program is sponsored by the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Passaic County
Embrace the beauty of winter with your family and awaken your imagination! Families with children of all ages, will enjoy beautiful photographs from the book "Stranger In The Woods" and engage in a brainstorming of ideas that will ignite the fires of everyone’s imagination. Artist Debra Storch will guide families in creating unique pieces of art.

Reservations are required as space is limited. Visit pcartscenter.org or call 973-706-6640 to reserve your space.

Presented By: Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders
Passaic County
We’re starting the celebration early with petting zoos with a wide variety of animals; inflatable rides for kids; fun and engaging presentations from the Turtle Back Zoo, the NJ Audubon Society, and more; natural food taste testings like honey, maple syrup, and preserves; guided nature hikes; Earth friendly arts & crafts; and so much more! (All Ages)
Passaic County
Take part in our salute to General George Washington, and learn more about the country's first president. Special appearances will be made by local militia. The day will be filled with 18th-century music, demonstrations and crafters.
Please visit deymansion.org or call 973-706-6640 for more information.

This event is presented by the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
First Responders Flash Briefing
Pompton Lakes Police Department

In an effort to streamline the process for obtaining an accident report, the Pompton Lakes PD has partnered with CARFAX.
  • Simply log on to CRASHDOCS.ORG.
  • Enter the state, the agency, the date of the crash, the driver's last name, and the report number. This will save you a trip to the police department and it will give you access to the report once it's completed. Paper copies will still be available for anyone who wishes to pick up a copy at police headquarters.
How to Report Animal Abuse

We have recently received a number inquiries and complaints regarding animal abuse and the manner in which dogs may be sheltered. Every complaint is taken seriously and is investigated by our Humane Law Enforcement Officer (HLEO). These specially trained officers work with Animal Control to determine whether there are violations of law. If you have a specific complaint regarding the well being of an animal, our HLEOs will conduct a thorough and complete investigation. We are animal lovers and truly value the lives of all domesticated and non-domesticated animals. If we had reason to believe that an animal was being subjected to cruel or inhumane living conditions, we would assuredly take appropriate action. With that said, we ask that the public call the police and refrain from taking the law into their own hands. We will not tolerate harassment, theft, terroristic threats, criminal mischief or any other type of vigilantism that endangers people or property. Thank you for your cooperation.

The following excerpt specifically addresses the law as it pertains to animal living quarters:
It is unlawful to expose a dog, pet, or service animal to harsh weather conditions, such as freezing temperatures (32 degrees Fahrenheit or below), excessive heat (90 degrees Fahrenheit or above), rain or snow, for more than thirty minutes when the owner or caretaker of the animal is not with the animal and exposed to same conditions. An owner or caretaker who violates this requirement could be subject to a fine, imprisonment, community service, ordered to pay restitution, and/or possibly have his or her animal seized.

To avoid a violation of this section of the Act, an owner or caretaker must provide his/her animal with appropriate shelter if the animal will be out in harsh weather for longer than thirty minutes. A proper shelter is a structure that is soundly built, in good repair and provides the animal with adequate ventilation, water, light, and space to move and sit. In addition to these standard requirements, the shelter must also be enclosed, have a solid roof, solid walls with a single opening, a floor that is not the ground, insulation, dry bedding, and a windbreak at the entrance that is sufficient to keep the animal dry and maintain the animal’s normal body temperature when the animal is exposed to freezing temperatures and/or inclement weather. When the animal is exposed to excessive heat, the structure must also have adequate shade or a cooling area by natural or artificial means to allow the animal to maintain a normal body temperature.

See N.J.S.A. 4:22-17.2 and 17.5.
Community ShareCam Program
Community Share Cam is a community safety program instituted by the Pompton Lakes Police Department which allows both residents and businesses to partner with the PLPD in the fight against crime throughout the Borough. Simply by registering YOUR home or business surveillance system with the Pompton Lakes Police, YOU can be an invaluable asset in solving crimes in your neighborhood.
When a crime occurs in your neighborhood, the Pompton Lakes Police will call on YOU and request a copy of YOUR video footage. This footage will help establish leads, identify suspects and save valuable investigative time. All registered camera locations are stored in a secure database and are entered into our Records Management System allowing the PLPD to map out locations of cameras throughout the Borough. Community ShareCam DOES NOT provide the Pompton Lakes Police with direct access to YOUR surveillance system. Residents and businesses will only be contacted by the PLPD in the event of a crime occurring in the area of your camera coverage.
“Pompton Lakes Police Department and you working together as neighbors”

To participate in the Community Share Cam Program register your information using the link below.

For further information contact the Detective Bureau at 973-835-3992

Pompton Lakes Fire Department
Fire Hydrant Safety
Keep an eye on hydrants
When winter is at its coldest, you may want to spend most of your time inside. However, it’s important to keep an eye on what’s happening outdoors, too. Wintry weather can create fire safety hazards, such as ice or heavy snowfall that can obstruct fire hydrants. You can help reduce the risk by keeping fire hydrants accessible and clear of ice and snow.
Why it matters
In an emergency, every second counts. Fire hydrants that are blocked, concealed, or difficult to access due to snow or ice impede emergency fire response.
Fire trucks carry a limited amount of water, so one of the first tasks upon arriving at a fire is to locate a water supply from the nearest hydrant. Hydrants covered in snow can be difficult to locate, and uncovering them can waste valuable time needed during the firefighting operations.
Keeping them clear can mean easier access to water and more time doing what really matters — fighting the fire.
How to keep fire hydrants clear
In addition to removing snow and debris covering the hydrant itself, the Pompton Lakes Fire Department recommends clearing a 3-foot area around the hydrant for easier access.

Who should clear hydrants
Although there are few hard and fast rules concerning who should clear hydrants, it’s generally considered the responsibility of the residents occupying property near a hydrant.
Consider helping elderly friends, neighbors, or those with medical conditions to keep their fire hydrants clear.
The winter can be a time for enjoying the great outdoors with friends and family. Help keep your home safe from winter fire hazards by ensuring your fire hydrants are clear and readily accessible in an emergency.
The Pompton Lakes Fire Department also suggests maintaining a shoveled path from the street, sidewalk or driveway to the fire hydrant so that it is visible from the road and firefighters can easily access it.
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