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Recycling Brochure

Please check out the Borough’s updated “Recycling Guidelines & More for a Greener Mountain Lakes” Brochure. These guidelines cover the Borough’s home-side recycling collection program, Recycling Center, and the disposal of regular trash, yard waste, bulk trash, and household...

Primary Election – Tuesday, June 8th

In person voting takes place from 6am-8pm at Mountain Lakes High School (96 Powerville Road). Please come out and vote.

Virtual Borough Council Meeting

In following the current State of Emergency, the regularly scheduled Borough Council meeting scheduled for June 14, 2021 will be held online only at 7:30pm via Zoom Webinar. Using Zoom will allow for live discussion much like you would see in person during our regular in-person...

Stormwater Control Ordinance 2-21 Adopted

Ordinance 2-21 – AMENDING CHAPTER 202 ENTITLED “STORMWATER CONTROL” OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE BOROUGH OF MOUNTAIN LAKES, was adopted at a regular meeting of the Borough Council of the Borough of Mountain Lakes on March 22, 2021. A copy of the adopted...

RELOCATED – BOROUGH HALL ADMINSTRATIVE OFFICES

Borough Hall Temporary Relocation During Renovation To accommodate the reconstruction of Borough Hall, Borough administrative offices will be temporarily relocating to 420 Boulevard, Suite 103 (Mountain Lakes), effective Monday April 19, 2021. 420 Boulevard, located at the corner...

Trash Day – Saturday, April 17th

Trash Day will be held at the DPW yard (55 Pocono Road) on Saturday, April 17th from 7:30am – 2:30pm. Costs are determined by vehicle size. Check the pricing sheet for further information. Acceptable materials include anything that is not recyclable at the Borough recycling...

Shredding Day – Saturday, April 17th, 8am-11am

Shredding Day will take place on Saturday, April 17th from 8am-11am at the ML Fire Department (400 Boulevard).   Suggested donations are $8 for 1 medium box, $15 for 2 boxes, $21 for three boxes and $5 for each additional box. Additional donations are appreciated. All proceeds...

Morris County Mosquito Information

Please see link below. Mosquito Information

2021 Municipal Budget

The 2021 Municipal Budget was introduced at the February 22nd Borough Council meeting. Highlights: The operating budget is balanced at $9,833,588. The budget will decrease by 3.16% over 2020. The tax rate will decrease by 1.45% over 2020. The public hearing and Borough Council...

Recycling Guidelines

Please check out the Borough’s updated “Recycling Guidelines & More for a Greener Mountain Lakes” brochure (link below). These guidelines cover the Borough’s home-side recycling collection program, Recycling Center, and the disposal of regular trash, yard waste, bulk trash,...