67 Union Avenue,Cresskill NJ 07626
Barbara Nasuto,RMC, CMC
Deputy Borough Clerk
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
- Central point of contact for residents
- Serves as the Secretary to the Governing Body
- Prepares the meeting agendas
- Liaison between the public and the Governing Body
The Borough Clerk's Office serves as a central point of contact for residents. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, unless otherwise posted.
The Borough Clerk is appointed by the Mayor and Council. The Clerk serves as the Secretary to the Governing Body, prepares the meeting agendas, records the minutes of Mayor and Council meetings and processes resolutions and ordinances adopted by the Mayor and Council in accordance with State statutes.
The Borough Clerk is the custodian of the municipal seal and maintains custody of all minutes, books, bonds, contracts, archival records of the municipality. The Clerk is the liaison between the public and the Governing Body and represents the Borough in relations with Federal, State and local government.The following licenses are issued by the Borough Clerks office: limousine, towing, bingo, raffle and liquor.
Organizations may apply at the Borough Clerk's office for bingo and raffle licenses, which must be approved by the Mayor and Council and are subject to the rules and regulations of New Jersey's Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission. Liquor Licenses are issued through the Clerk's office annually, upon Mayor and Council approval.
The Clerk is the Election Official for the Borough; provides voter registration applications, issues and receives nominating petitions for Borough elective offices, conducts local elections and certifies the results.In addition to the statutory requirements of the position, the Clerk's office issues permits for driveways, dumpsters, solicitors, street openings and commercial filming. We also have forms for passport applications and renewals and offer notorial services.
Cresskill Police Department
The Cresskill Police Department is an Accredited Law Enforcement agency located behind the Borough Hall off of Dogwood Lane. We are staffed by 22 Officers and 4 full time dispatchers. Out of the 22 Officers, 2 are assigned to the detective bureau, 1 is assigned to the juvenile detective bureau, and 1 is assigned to the traffic bureau. There are 4 rotating road patrol squads each consisting of a road Sergeant and Patrolmen, supplemented by assistance from Lieutenants, Detectives, and Traffic. We are an "in house" dispatched department, meaning when you call our desk at 201-568-1400, a dispatcher actually sitting in our headquarters, not a large call center, will take your call. Our four full time dispatchers are also supplemented by per-diem dispatchers when the need arises. Our department also has class 1 Special Law Enforcement Officers who assist us with large events and crowd control.
MISSION STATEMENT AND CORE VALUES
The mission of the Cresskill Police Department is to provide professional, quality police service to the Borough of Cresskill. We have been entrusted with the responsibility to maintain order, protect life and property and to improve the quality of life for all Cresskill residents, members of the community, and visitors. Our objective is to maintain a safe and secure environment for all by interacting with the community, emphasizing the control and prevention of crime and providing fair, impartial, efficient service to the public.
To demonstrate our commitment to our profession and to the public, the members of the Cresskill Police Department subscribe to the following values:
Excellence: We are committed to delivering quality police service by recognizing the importance of training, personal effort, teamwork, modern equipment, dedication to duty and strong professional standards.
Fairness: Impartial decisions and policies are the foundation of our interactions. We are consistent in our treatment of all persons. Our actions are tempered with reason and equity.
Integrity: We are dedicated to maintaining the highest moral standards by embracing the principals of honesty, trust and courage.
Respect: We recognize the value of our unique cultural diversity and treat the people with kindness, tolerance, and dignity. We protect the rights, liberties, and freedoms as guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States and the State of New Jersey.
Police Department Contact Info:
Division/Specialty Point of Contact Officer email address
Administration Chief Wrixon email@example.com
Community Policing Det. Franke firstname.lastname@example.org
Detective Bureau Det./Sgt. Lanzilotti email@example.com
Juvenile Bureau Det. Birnie firstname.lastname@example.org
Dispatch/Communications Lt. Cebulski email@example.com
Domestic Violence Liaison Lt. Looby firstname.lastname@example.org
Firearms Permits Capt. Trumbetti email@example.com
Honor Guard Unit Det./Sgt. Lanzilotti firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrol Division Lt. Saunders email@example.com
Records/Discovery Lt. Cebulski firstname.lastname@example.org
Traffic Bureau Ptl. Grubecki email@example.com
Child Seat Installation Sgt. Coleman firstname.lastname@example.org
Internal Affairs Deputy Chief Domville email@example.com
learn more about:
Citizen Leadership Form
For any persons interested in serving on a municipal board, committee or commission.
Cresskill Facilities Permit Application
Application for use of Cresskill Municipial facilities including fees, rules and regulations.