The Borough of Dumont will extend overnight parking to December 1st. 

ALL ROADS MUST be cleared if snow covered.

We are respectfully asking residents to remain mindful that heavy leaf season is upon us.  If you are parked in the street overnight, DO NOT park on top or too close to leave piles.  Please be cognizant that our DPW needs to come through with large trucks and machinery to collect the leaves.  If vehicles are parked on top or too close to piles, it may result in leaves not being picked up.  We kindly ask that if you do not need to park in the street, please save the spaces for those who need it.  Doing this will help our DPW with the collection and our neighbors.

Public Notice: There are no outstanding or timely agenda items for the October 12th Mayor and Council meeting. Therefore, in the interest of efficiency and conservation of Borough funds, there will be no meeting on Tuesday, October 12th, and the agenda will be consolidated with our October 26th meeting.

Jeanine E. Siek, RMC
Municipal Clerk

The Borough of Dumont will begin the Lafayette Avenue rehabilitation and paving project on Wednesday, October 6th.  Portions of Lafayette Avenue between Seminole Avenue and Monroe Avenue will be closed from 7 am to 6 pm for several days for this paving project.  Please make alternate route plans if necessary.

Once completed, the Borough will begin the East Quackenbush Avenue rehabilitation as the Borough continues to move forward with several infrastructure projects throughout our community.