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Welcome to the Borough of Midland Park!
Originally settled by the Dutch, Midland Park was incorporated as a Borough on September 6, 1894 from portions of Ridgewood Township and Franklin Township (now Wyckoff Township) and further expanded from additional lands acquired from Wyckoff Township in 1931. Midland Park was named after the New Jersey Midland Railway Company which operated a railroad through the area in the 1870s. With a total area of 1.56 square miles and a population of 7,128 (as of the 2010 census) it borders the Borough of Waldwick to the north, the Village of Ridgewood to the east and the Township of Wyckoff to the west. Midland Park treasures it's "small-town" feel yet offers a multitude of housing options, recreational facilities, quality public and private schools, unique shopping and dining options, nine houses of worship, and public transportation into nearby Manhattan making it a desirable town to call your own.

Midland Park Recreation Swim Club Information
See the flyer below for information about membership options being offered to Midland Park residents from The Waldwick Community Pool, Crestwood Swim Club in Allendale and Graydon Pool in Ridgewood.
Swim Club flyer

Mayor’s Report – Ridgewood Water’s Billing Practices
I have been contacted by residents about Ridgewood Water company billing practices. It seems that the water company has been sending Estimated Water Usage Bills for upwards of 7 years. During that past 7 years the water company hasn’t verified actual gallon usage. The water company uses their own formula for estimating and sometimes the estimates are unrealistically low giving the resident the impression they are fully paid and not using more than the actual usage. On the opposite end of the scale, residents are being billed for estimated water usage far above actual gallons used.

In either case the extremes are resulting in major charges to the consumers. These charges become due when the water meter is either changed or when a property is being sold and a final water meter reading is required for the closing. I have heard of bills as low as $1600 due and others multiple thousands of dollars. This is happening not in just Midland Park but Wyckoff and I’m sure in Glen Rock and most likely in Ridgewood as well.

I am recommending that all our residents look at their water meters and record the meter reading. That will establish a base line. Compare prior bills for any other meter reading to see how close the numbers might be. Don’t be surprised if your meter reading is lower than the bill reading. Look at the gallon usage and then recheck the meter 30 days later. Are you using the average monthly number of gallons? Are you using more water due to lawn sprinklers or swimming pool use?

Only you can deal with the water company and the above measures will help you to establish correct information.

Ridgewood Summer Water Restrictions
Borough residents are advised of mandatory watering restrictions set forth by Ridgewood Water. Please read the flyer for more information
Ridgewood Water Restrictions Flyer

Building Department Hours Updated
Construction Official / Zoning Officer – hours changed effective 5/18/2015

Office Hours: Monday & Wednesday 8:30 am – 11:00 pm
Building Inspections: Monday & Wednesday 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, & Friday 8:00 am – 10:00 am.

The Building Dept. office hours remain the same (8:30 am – 12:30 pm, Monday through Friday)

From The Mayor & Council
At the Council meeting (March 26, 2015) Councilman Pruiksma introduced an initiative called Stigma Free M.P. The Mayor and Council unanimously supported this initiative. Twenty Volunteer Liaisons are needed to attend an 8 hour free training being held in May creating a Stigma Free Task Force. If you would like to learn more about serving as a liaison on the Stigma Free Task Force please call Borough Hall 201-445-5720 and leave your name and contact information.

Board of Health
Thanks to all who participated in Midland Park's first-ever wellness program! "Midland Park Walks for Wellness" took place during the month of May - a "kick-off" walk was held on May 2nd. The program's goal was to improve health and wellness through exercise (walking) and improved intake of water, fruits and vegetables. Sixty-one residents registered for the program, ages ranging from 7 - 81. Plans are in progress for another wellness program to occur in the fall. For great wellness and walking tips as well as photos from the group walk - check out the "Midland Park Walks for Wellness" Facebook Page!

From the Mayor & Council
For the most current information regarding Ebola and Enterovirus D68 you can visit NWBRHC's website at www.nwbrhc.org

Midland Park Police
The Midland Park Police Department is currently utilizing a free emergency messaging service called NIXLE. Residents can go to the NIXLE.com web-site and sign up for free or they can text a keyword MPKPD to 888777, or text 07432 to 888777 to sign up for this service. By signing up residents will receive real-time emergency messages that are issued by the Police Department.

You can also follow the Police Department on their facebook page and twitter accounts.

Meeting Minutes & Agendas
Both past and present for the Mayor & Council, Planning Board and Zoning Board minutes and agendas can be found on their respective pages on this site. Use the main menu at the top of the page to locate which page you want. The meetings/agendas for the past 3 years are also available for your viewing.

Midland Park Honoring Borough Veterans
The Midland Park Governing Body would like to honor our Borough Veterans that have recently returned home from Iraq and Afghanistan. Please contact the Midland Park Borough Hall with the name, address and return date of your family member or friend so the Council may recognize these brave soldiers. Please call 201-445-5720.

Midland Park Budgets are Now Posted Online
To see the budget details for Midland Park simply Click here.

Midland Park Maps
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Borough Leaf Pick Up District Map

Midland Park Fall 2014 Review & 2015 Almanac
Click here for the Spring 2015 Review
Click here for the 2015 Almanac

Bergen County Utilities Authority 2015 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Flyer
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Bergen County Utilities Authority 2015 Collection
Events Program
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