Information, Notices and Newsletters
Please Report All Power Outages to:
Orange and Rockland 1-877-434-4100
The Borough now offers online payments for property taxes and water bills Click here for more information and to make payments
A Little History About Ramsey, NJ
Incorporated in 1908 and nestled in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains about twenty miles northwest of New York City, Ramsey is a six square mile Borough with some 14,500 residents. Ramsey is proud of its countless volunteers dedicated to making a difference in all aspects of the community from emergency services to fine arts to recreational programs. These volunteers, coupled with its dedicated Borough employees working to provide quality services to the residents, make Ramsey a community that cares. From the superior school system, to the expanded senior center and programs; Ramsey is an ideal community for all ages.
"Ramsey Responds" graciously accepts used furniture, appliances, bedding and other household items in good condition for local families. For information kindly Call Ramsey Reponds at 201-312-4843
For any informationregarding the vegetation management that was proposed by Rockland Electric please download the following document.
Don't forget to enter www.ramseynj.com as one of your favorites as important notices are often posted. In addition, if you are to receive a reverse notification, additional information will be posted on this site. Please DO NOT call the Ramsey Police Department;their lines must be left open for emergency calls.
Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Remediation, Upgrade& ClosureFund (UST Fund, a grantand loan program available to bothhomeowners and commercial property owners for funding remediation of contamination cause by leaking underground storage tanks.
Log on to www.nj.gov/dep/srp/finance/ustfund/ and www.njeda.com/ust_funding.asp
In addition, a Homeowner's guide to Cleaning Up Heating Oil Discharges and other useful site remediation information is available at: www.nj.gov/dep/srp/community/homeowner.htm
With the onset of Spring, black bears begin actively foraging for food. For more information about black bearsgo to www.njfishandwildlife.com/bearfacts.htm
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