Community Events

Upcoming Meetings

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

CANCELLED - Planning Board

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Council Workshop

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Council Pre-Agenda

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Regular Council

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Unleashed Dogs

The Health Department would like to remind all dog owners of Borough Ordinance 55-4 relating to dogs running at large. A leash is required at all times. The penalty for a first offense is $100.00; the penalty for a second offense is $200.00; the penalty for third and subsequent offenses is $300.00.


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Simply submit information and Borough Hall is notified.

Also download the FREE APP to your phone, snap a picture, put the location on the map and then send it directly to Borough Hall! The app is called PublicStuff and it's free, so search for it in your iTunes or Play Store.

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Roselle First
Jobs Available

ROSELLE FIRST provides a free platform for residents and business owners to connect about local interests, job openings and potential contracting opportunities. ROSELLE FIRST Workforce Center can assist residents with important job readiness and employability skills at no charge.

Water Quality

New Jersey
American Water

View the handy Quick Reference Guide to our Netherwood Operating Area. The guide includes important contact info for matters regarding all water quality issues for the Borough of Roselle.

Senior Citizen Bus Schedule

Senior Citizen
Bus Schedule

Senior's requesting a pick-up should call the community center at (908) 245-6717 between 8am-8:45am on the day of the pick-up.

Download the Bus Schedule for Senior Citizens below.

Road Paving Map

Major Roadway
Improvement Initiative

Thirty-six roads will be milled and resurfaced in one of the biggest road improvement projects in Roselle history.

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Meetings Videos

To view video footage from recent Roselle Municipal Council Meetings please click here.

For information on upcoming council meetings please visit the Community Calendar

Garbage & Recycling Schedule


Click the links below to download information and the full schedule of Roselle's Garbage and Recycling collections. Do your part in keeping our community clean.

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Recycling/Garbage Map

Notice of Cancellation of Planning Board Meeting

Please be advised that the Regular Planning Board Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 2, 2015 is CANCELLED. We will resume on Wednesday, October 7, 2015.

Roselle to Host Senior Picnic on September 11th

Roselle senior citizens and their families are invited to attend the Borough’s annual senior picnic Friday, September 11, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Bud Simmons Park at the corner of West 2nd Ave. and Pine Street.

The annual event, hosted by Mayor Christine Dansereau, Roselle Borough Council, the Roselle Department of Recreation and the Mayor’s Senior Advisory Council, will feature food and live entertainment.

For more information, call Genia Simms at (908) 875-1439, Doris Worthington at (908) 403-6475 or Donna Eleazer at (908) 400-6612.


The Sketchbook Project

Join us at Warinanko Park on Saturday, September 12, 2015 for The Sketchbook Project from 1 to 4 p.m.

The Sketchbook Project Mobile Library is a traveling exhibition of 40,000 Artists’ Sketchbooks by artists from across the world. We are excited to host their first-ever visit to New Jersey.

Free and open to all! Come to the park to view the sketchbooks - and bring the kids, as we will be giving free sketchbooks to ALL school-age children!

Annual Borough- Wide Garage/Yard Sale

Please join us for our annual Borough- Wide Garage/Yard Sale, which is free to all residents on Saturday, September 19 . To register please visit the Municipal Clerk's Office from 9:30am-4:30pm. For more information call (908) 245-5600.

Vacant & Abandoned Property Inquiries

All notifications and/or complaints of Vacant or Abandoned Properties in Roselle can be directed to the Code Enforcement Division. Some of the most common complaints regarding these properties include:

  • Garbage / Debris / Trash / Junk / Dumping
  • High Grass / Overgrowth
  • Unshoveled Snow and Ice
  • Unsecured Swimming Pools
  • Unsecured Doors / Windows
  • Abandoned Vehicles
  • Unraked Leaves
  • Discarded Personal Items
  • Fences, Porches, Garages, Stairways/Steps in Disrepair
  • Illegal Dumping
  • Broken Glass / Windows
  • Loose or Falling Roof Shingles
  • Construction Materials
  • Possible Gas Leak
  • Broken Water Pipe creating Icy Conditions


Just because it is not on the list does not mean you can’t report it! If you see something that looks like it may be dangerous or might cause a hazardous situation to persons in the area, please let us know!

Roselle Code Enforcement for Vacant and Abandoned Properties

Free Eye Screening for Adults & Children

There will be a free eye screening available for adults and children on September 12, 2015 from 10AM until 3PM at the Court Room Borough Hall. Please contact the Health Department to register at (908) 259-3032.

Screening will be conducted by the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services.

First Annual Mayor's New Beginnings 2015 BackPack Drive

Friends and Neighbors, Please donate to the First annual Mayor's New Beginning 2015 Backpack drive. Give Roselle Public School Preschool and Kindeergarten age children a positive New Beginning by starting them off with the tools they need for their first day of school.

We are asking friends and neighbors to donate a child's book bag suitable for preschool and kindergarten age boys and girls with the following contents:


  1. One small reusable water bottle.
  2. Small box of crayons
  3. One package of number two pencils
  4. One marble composition book
  5. One small package of washable markers
  6. Pencil Case


Donations can be dropped off at Roselle Borough Hall, 210 Chestnut Street, Roselle, New Jersey, at the Borough Clerk's Office, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m or at the Roselle Police Department on the weekends. Monetary donations are also welcome, with checks made payable to the Borough of Roselle with "New Beginnings" indicated on the memo line. Call 908-245-5600 for any additional information you may need.

The Mayor and Council thank you in advance for your generous contribution.



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