Environmental Commission - “How Do I…”

  1. How Do I… Learn more about Pequannock’s Environmental Resources?
  2. How Do I… Find Maps of Virtually Anything or even Old/Current Aerial Photos?
  3. How Do I… Make Maps of Virtually Any Environmental Parameter and measure distances and areas) in NJ (NJ Gov)
  4. How Do I… Recycle/Dispose of Various Items/Materials in Pequannock?
  5. How do I... Build a bird house from a plank of wood
  6. How Do I… Know what NOT to flush (and whether I have a sewer or a septic system)?
  7. How Do I… Care for a Septic System?
  8. How Do I… Make and/or Use a Rain Barrel?
  9. How Do I… Landscape and Garden effectively and responsibly?
  10. How Do I… Learn about/report plants and animals that are invasive or endangered?
  11. How Do I… Find/learn about weather or flooding (historical, current, or forecast)?
  12. How Do I… Find/learn about our watersheds and waterbodies?
  13. How Do I… Learn more about our drinking water and associated health impacts?
  14. How Do I… See inspection reports for local food establishments?
  15. How Do I… Learn more about air quality conditions (inside and out) and associated health impacts?
  16. How Do I… Find today’s information about UV conditions, sunrise/sunset, and lunar phase?
  17. How Do I… Learn more about where our energy comes from, how much we use, and how to reduce energy costs?
  18. How Do I… Learn more about local, state, and federal environmental regulators/regulations?
  19. How Do I… Find Sites that are polluted or discharge pollutants by date, location, pollutant, and/or industry (US EPA)
  20. How Do I… Find Sites that are being/have been remediated in NJ by county/municipality (NJ DEP)
  21. How Do I… Find Educational Materials, Activities, and Trips for Teachers, Students, and Kids of All Ages?
  22. How Do I… Learn more about Pequannock Environmental Commission Activities and Events?

Environmental Commission - Drinking Water/Food Health

  1. NJDEP Source Water Assessment Report for Pequannock Township Water Department
  2. Drinking Water: Annual Water Quality Report (for 2020) - Pequannock System
  3. Drinking Water: Annual Water Quality Report (for 2020) - Cedar Crest System
  4. Drinking Water: NJ DEP Drinking Water Home Page (NJ DEP)
  5. Drinking Water: US EPA Drinking Water Home Page (US EPA)
  6. Drinking Water: Test Results & Info (use PWSID = 1431001 & click on gray tabs near top to view) (NJ Water Watch)
  7. Drinking Water: Test Results & Info (use PWSID = 0714001 for water from Newark Water Dept) (NJ Water Watch)
  8. Drinking Water: Source Water Assessment, Pequannock Summary Report (NJDEP, 2004)
  9. Drinking Water: Source Water Assessment, Pequannock Full Report (NJDEP, 2004)
  10. Drinking Water: Source Water Assessment, Pequannock Appendices (NJDEP, 2004)
  11. Drinking Water: Treatment of Pequannock’s Well Water (~60% of total water used)
  12. Drinking Water: About Contaminants (US EPA)
  13. Drinking Water: Lead in Drinking Water Fact Sheet (NJ DOH)
  14. Drinking Water: Disinfection By-Products Fact Sheet (NJ DOH)
  15. Drinking Water: PFAS in Drinking Water Fact Sheet (NJ DOH)
  16. Drinking Water: NSF Certified Drinking Water Treatment Units (NSF)
  17. Drinking Water: NJ Certified Laboratories for Drinking Water (NJDEP)
  18. Food Health: Local Restaurant Inspection Reports (Health Department)
  19. Food Health: Chemicals, Metals & Pesticides in Food (US FDA)
  20. Food Health: Pesticides of Concern in Our Food (Consumer Reports)
  21. Food Health: Pesticide Levels in Produce (USDA, Consumer Reports)
  22. Environmental Health: Guidance for Children’s Health in the face of pollution and other factors (NIH)

Environmental Commission - Kids/Education

  1. NWS (National Weather Service) - Education (Teachers and Kids Page For Weather Science and Safety)
  2. Kids and Education: SEEDS - NJ State Environmental Education Directory Topical Reference Index For Parents Teachers and Kids (NJ DEP)
  3. Kids and Education: Environment Themed Games, Quizzes and Videos (US EPA)
  4. Kids and Education: Kids Guide to Weather, Atmosphere, Water, Energy, Plants and Animals, and Big Questions (NASA)
  5. Kids and Education: Kids Guide to Animals, Science, Geography with Games, Competitions, Primary Resources (NatGeoKids)
  6. Kids and Education: Drinking Water Educational Activities for Students and Teachers (US EPA)
  7. Kids and Education: Water Conservation Activities For Kids and Resources for Teachers (US EPA)
  8. Kids and Education: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Resources for Students and Educators (US EPA)
  9. Kids and Education: Weather Educational Activities for Kids and Teachers and Kids (US Weather Service)
  10. Kids and Education: Water Science School for Kids and Teachers with Activities and Resources (USGS)
  11. Kids and Education: The Water Cycle Slideshow for Grade 3 (NOAA)
  12. Kids and Education: Animated map follows the path a falling raindrop (or pollutant spill) will take on its way to the ocean (River-Runner)
  13. Kids and Education: Resources and Activities for Kids, Parents and Teachers regarding Kids Environment and Health (NIH)
  14. Kids and Education: Nature- and Garden-Related Activities and Resources for Children, Families, and the Naturally Curious (Rutgers U.)
  15. Kids and Education: Earthquake Related Education and Projects for kids (USGS)
  16. Education: Pequannock’s Environmental Resource Inventory and nearly everything related to our local environment (Pequannock Township)
  17. Education: NJ SEEDS State Environmental Education Directory Home Page (NJ DEP)
  18. Education: NJ Environmental Resource Center of the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions (ANJEC)
  19. Education: Environmental Topics for the USA (US EPA)
  20. Education: Weather Related Education for Communities: How to be a “StormReady” Community (US Weather Service)
  21. Education: Weather Safety Tips (air quality, cold/heat, storms/lightning, hurricane, wind/tornado, boating, beach hazards, etc.) (US Weather Service)
  22. Education: What Not To Flush (TBSA)
  23. Education: Tips on Living Responsibly for the Environment (Earth911)
  24. Education: Energy Efficiency and Conservation Explained (US EIA)
  25. Education: Automobile Fuel Economy Information and Tips (US EPA)
  26. Education: Anti-Idling Savings Calculator (US DOE)
  27. Education: NJ Clean Energy Resource Center for Homeowners (NJ CELC)
  28. Education: Earthquake Education and Safety (USGS)
  29. Education: Engineering Toolbox - Wastewater/Flow Capacity Page (many other tools available)
  30. Education: Tidal Levels and Datums Explained (NOAA)
  31. Visit: Frelinghausen Arboretum (124-acre horticultural center/gardens with myriad educational programs, tours and events.)
  32. Visit: Duke Farms (Walk/bike a 1000-acre arboretum with native species/ waterfalls/ streams/ ponds, orchid house, exhibits/classes, and local farm café.)
  33. Visit: Laurelwood Arboretum (30-acre park with rhodo/azalea displays, winding woodland paths, water features, sensory garden, and events.)
  34. Visit: NJ Botanical Garden at Skylands (Part of Ringwood State Park with gardens, manor, walks/hikes/tours, kids programs, and events.)
  35. Visit: New Weis Center for Education, the Arts, and Recreation (Environmental center with a preserve, wildlife management area, trails, and events.)
  36. Visit: Great Swamp Wildlife Refuge / Raptor Trust (7,768 acres of varied habitats and a variety of wildflowers and wildlife including a raptor hospital.
  37. Visit: Sterling Hill Mining Museum (Underground tour of a former zinc mine, with a fluorescent “Rainbow Room” and other interesting exhibits.)
  38. Visit: Franklin Mineral Museum and their Mineral Collecting Areas
  39. Visit: Turtleback Zoo/Aquarium (Approximately 40 types of animals in a kid-friendly and education-oriented setting.)
  40. Visit: Space Farms Zoo/Museum (100-acre complex with a 500-animal zoo and museum of antique vehicles/farm equipment/firearms /dolls /artifacts.)
  41. Visit: Liberty Science Center/Planetarium (Education-oriented science center with 12 different exhibition halls, animals, and a planetarium.)
  42. Visit: NJ (Guide to NJ Attractions, Events, Beaches, and Cities/Regions, with Travel-Planning Tools)

Environmental Commission - Land/Plants/Animals

  1. U.S. Geological Survey: National Maps (boundaries, elevation, hydrography, land cover, structures, transportation, trails, orthoimagery)
  2. Land Character: Summary of Pequannock’s land-uses, topography, geology, soils, vegetation, wildlife, etc. (see Ch. 4, 6, 7, 8, 11)
  3. Land Character: Pollution Remediation Sites in NJ by county
  4. Land Character: Mountainside Park Tour of Plants and Animals, led by Dr. Jeff Keller, sponsored by Pequannock Environmental Commission (PTEC)
  5. Land Character:“NJ Geology and Rivers” presentation by Americorps Watershed Ambassador Brian Pinke, May 5, 2021 (PTEC)
  6. Land Character: Listing of Earthquakes in Northeast US/NJ (LDEO of Columbia U.)
  7. Land Character: Earthquake Monitoring (maps for quakes over 2.5) and statistics, etc. in US (USGS)
  8. Yard Care: How to identify and use native plants in your yard to reduce use of water and pesticides (JerseyYards.org)
  9. Yard Care: Photo Gallery of Desirable Native Shrubs
  10. Yard Care: Photo Gallery of Desirable Native Shrubs
  11. Yard Care: Photo Gallery of Desirable Native Plants
  12. Yard Care: Photo Gallery of Desirable Native Plants 2
  13. Yard Care: Photo Gallery of Desirable Native Trees
  14. Yard Care: Photo Gallery of Desirable Native Trees 2
  15. Yard Care: How to avoid/control invasive plants in NJ and “Do Not Plant” list (NJ Forest Service)
  16. Yard Care: How to identify weeds (Rutgers U.)
  17. Yard Care: Photo Gallery of Undesirable Invasive Plants
  18. Yard Care: Photo Gallery of Undesirable Invasive Plants 2
  19. Yard Care: Landscape Plants Rated by Deer Resistance (Rutgers U.)
  20. Yard Care: How to care for your yard responsibly - recommendations for homeowners (Friends of Hopewell NJ Open Space)
  21. Yard Care: Ecofriendly Lawn Care Guide (Consumer Reports, May 2021)
  22. Yard Care: How to care for trees on your property and determine if a tree is in the street right of way (Pequannock Shade Tree Commission)
  23. Yard Care: How to utilize wood from trees on your property (NJ Forest Service)
  24. Yard Care: Tree Care and Diseases and pests affecting trees in NJ (NJ Forest Service)
  25. Yard Care: Invasive plants and pests and herbicides/pesticides to control them (National Pesticide Information Center)
  26. Yard Care: How to report invasive flora/fauna (NJ Forest Service)
  27. Yard/Garden: Invasive Pests and Diseases in NJ (NJ Department of Agriculture)
  28. Yard/Garden: Invasive Pests in NJ (USDA)
  29. Yard Care: How to select deer-resistant plants for your yard (Rutgers U.)
  30. Gardening: Keeping Pests out of your garden, part 1/2 “Integrated Pest Management” (Rutgers U.)
  31. Gardening: Keeping Pests out of your garden. part 2/2 “Key Plants, Key Pests” (Rutgers U.)
  32. Gardening: How to Compost (Cornell U.)
  33. Gardening: How to Compost (Rutgers U.)
  34. Animal Wildlife: Wildlife of NJ including game, non-game, habitat, etc. (NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife)
  35. Animal Wildlife: Threatened and Endangered Species in NJ (NJ DEP)
  36. Animal Wildlife: Threatened and Endangered Species in NJ (US Fish & Wildlife Service)
  37. Animal Domestic: Pequannock’s Animal Control, Animal Shelter, Rabies Clinic, Adopt A Pet, Pet Emergency Preparedness

Environmental Commission - Maps/Aerial Photos

  1. Historic Aerials online for viewing or for purchase (pequannock aerials as old as 1931, topographic maps from 1888)
  2. Aerials/Maps: Historic maps dating from 1888 and aerial photos dating from 1931 available for free viewing
  3. Aerials/Maps: High-resolution aerial photos, street-level photos, 3D oblique photos, road maps, directions, etc. (Google)
  4. Aerials/Maps: High-resolution aerial photos, streetside (street-level) photos, road maps, directions, etc. (Bing)
  5. Aerials/Maps: High-resolution aerial photos, road maps, directions (Mapquest)
  6. Aerials/Maps: Orthoimagery, trails, elevations, boundaries, hydrography, land cover, structures, transportation, trails, etc. (USGS)
  7. Maps: Pequannock Township Maps Page (includes Tax Maps, Zoning Maps, Street Maps, and Flood Maps)
  8. Maps: Pequannock Township Parks Map Page (shows all Township Parks on map or in list, amenities, etc.)
  9. Maps: Pequannock Township Trail Maps Page (trail maps of Mountainside, Aquatic, and Pompton Riverwalk)
  10. Maps: Pequannock Township geology, elevations, slopes, soils, zoning, land-use, sewerage, hydrology, wetlands, etc. (PTEC ERI)
  11. Maps: Pequannock Township Hiking Trails - map and listing with address, photos
  12. Maps: US Census Maps (Census Gov)
  13. Maps: NJ Interactive Comprehensive Environmental Map with tool to measure distance, area, etc. (NJ Highlands Council)
  14. Maps: NJ Parks, Forests, and Trails Interactive Guide (NJ DEP)
  15. Maps: NJ and NY Parks and Hiking Trails (NYNJTC)
  16. Maps: NJ Live Beach Status of Recreational Water Quality Conditions and Closures, Rip Currents, Reports, Fact Sheets, etc (NJ CCMP)
  17. Maps: NJ Live Traffic Maps and Camera Feeds (511NJ)
  18. Maps: NJ Transit Bus 194 Schedule/Map/Info (NJ Transit)
  19. Maps: NJ Energy Utilities Interactive Map and Stats (US EIA)
  20. Maps: Latitude/Longitude Finder (click on map to see Lat/Lon, or enter Lat/Lon for location on map)
  21. Maps: Interactively trace where a falling raindrop (or pollutant spill) will go on its way to the ocean (River-Runner)
  22. Maps: Flood maps, reports, and data (FEMA)
  23. Maps: Earthquake Monitoring (maps for quakes over 2.5) and statistics, etc. in US (USGS)

Environmental Commission - Waste Disposal/Recycling/Pollution

  1. Curbside: Pequannock’s Curbside Trash and Recycling Programs - General Info and FAQs
  2. Curbside: Pequannock's Curbside Recycling - Guide to Acceptable Items
  3. Curbside: Pequannock’s Curbside White Goods (large appliance) Program (call Township DPW for pick up)
  4. Curbside: Pequannock’s Curbside Leaf Collection - Schedule and Guidelines
  5. Curbside: Pequannock's Curbside Christmas Tree Collection - (January, no tinsel)
  6. Drop Off: Pequannock's Electronics Recycling Center (instructions and list of acceptable & unacceptable materials)
  7. Drop Off: For items NOT accepted at Pequannock E-Recycling Center (SEE BELOW)
  8. _______: Alkaline/ordinary household batteries (US Forest Service)
  9. _______: Mercury-containing devices (thermostats, etc.)
  10. _______: Scavenged (broken glass) TVs/monitors
  11. _______: Household hazardous waste (see acceptable/unacceptable lists)
  12. _______: Smoke/CO detectors (these contain radioactive material)
  13. _______: PCB-containing ballasts/items (MCMUA)
  14. _______: CDs, DVDs, VHS, audio cassette tapes (earth911)
  15. _______: Wooden Speakers and Vacuum Cleaners (MCMUA)
  16. _______: Fluorescent or LED lights/bulbs/tubes (MCMUA)
  17. _______: Fluorescent or LED lightbulbs (Home Depot)
  18. Drop Off: Morris County Recycling/HazWaste Center and Roving In-Community Events (MCMUA)
  19. Drop Off: Scrap metal items (check out this local recycler who may give you $)
  20. Drop Off: Plastic bags and sheets (accepted at Pequannock LIbrary)
  21. Drop Off: Expanded Polystyrene (aka Styrofoam) check for voluntary collection drive in Pequannock
  22. Compost: Compost your kitchen scraps and yard waste (US EPA)
  23. Compost: Compost your kitchen scraps and yard waste (Cornell U.)
  24. Compost: Compost your kitchen scraps and yard waste (Rutgers U.)
  25. Wastewater: Where Your Household Wastewater Goes - sewer/septic map G-957 p.20 (Pequannock Sewer Master Plan)
  26. Wastewater: Pequannock’s Sewered Homes’ Wastewater Treated at Two Bridges Sewer Authority (TBSA)
  27. Wastewater: What NOT to Flush if you have a sewer (TBSA)
  28. Wastewater: What NOT to Flush if you have a septic system (US EPA)
  29. Wastewater: Septic System Care and Function (NJ DEP)
  30. Wastewater: Septic System Care and Primer (Rutgers U.)
  31. Wastewater: Septic System Care Tips (PTEC)
  32. Stormwater: Where does runoff from YOUR property go?
  33. Stormwater: How to make and use a Rain Barrel (PTEC)
  34. Stormwater: How to make and use a Rain Barrel (Rutgers U)
  35. Stormwater: How to make and use a Rain Barrel (US EPA)
  36. Other Disposal Guidance: Recycling and Environmentally Responsible Disposal (US EPA)
  37. Other Disposal Guidance: Recycling and Environmentally Responsible Disposal (Earth911)
  38. Other Disposal Guidance: Medicines and Prescriptions - Where and How to Dispose (US FDA)
  39. Other Disposal Guidance: Reduce Plastic Pollution by Signing up for Amazon’s paper mailers
  40. Other Disposal Guidance: Latex Paint Disposal Alternatives (Paintcare)
  41. Other Disposal Guidance: Downed/Dead/Undesired Trees - see Homeowners Section (NJ Forest Service)
  42. Pollution: Pollution-Remediation Sites in NJ by county and municipality (NJ DEP)
  43. Pollution: Plastic in our environment (ANJEC resource page)
  44. Pollution: Reducing Plastic Pollution with the NJ Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban Coming May 2022

Environmental Commission - Watersheds/Waterbodies

  1. National Weather Service - Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service - Pompton River at Pompton Plains
  2. Waterbodies/Watersheds: Pequannock’s lakes, streams, rivers and surrounding areas (ERI Fig 10-2 and 10-3)
  3. Waterbodies: Live Video of Pompton River at Jackson Crossroad Pompton Plains, Plus Flow, Water Level, and Map (USGS)
  4. Waterbodies: Live Video of Ramapo River at Pompton Dam, Plus Flow, Water Level, and Map (USGS)
  5. Waterbodies: Live Video of Ramapo River below Pompton Dam (Dawes Hwy), Plus Flow, Water Level, and Map (USGS)
  6. Waterbodies: Live Video of Wanaque River at Wanaque Dam, Plus Flow, Water Level, and Map (USGS)
  7. Waterbodies: Live Video of Pequannock River at Macopin Intake Dam/W.Milford, Plus Flow, Water Level, and Map (USGS)
  8. Waterbodies: Live/Forecast Level/Flow of Pompton River at Pompton Plains/Jackson Av, with flood-level history (US Weather Service)
  9. Waterbodies: Live/Forecast Level/Flow of Ramapo River at Pompton Lakes/Pompton Dam, with flood-level history (US Weather Service)
  10. Waterbodies: LIve/Forecast Level/Flow of Wanaque River at Wanaque/Dam, with flood-level history (US Weather Service)
  11. Waterbodies: Live/Forecast Level/Flow of Pequannock River at Riverdale/Hamburg Tpk, with flood-level history (US Weather Service)
  12. Waterbodies: Live Northeast US River Observations (level, flood status, forecasts, long-range flood risk, precipitation) (US Weather Service)
  13. Watersheds: Animated map follows the path a falling raindrop (or pollutant spill) will take on its way to the ocean (River-Runner)
  14. Watersheds: NJ Highlands Watershed Homepage (NJ Highlands Council)
  15. Waterbodies: Water Pollution Search Tool find polluted sites or pollutant discharges by date, location, pollutant, and/or industry (US EPA)
  16. Waterbodies: Indicator Bacteria and Sanitary Water Quality (USGS)
  17. Waterbodies: Live Map NJ Beach Recreational Water Quality Conditions and Closures, Rip Currents, Reports, Fact Sheets, etc (NJ CCMP)
  18. Tides: How to find today’s tidal information at the Battery in New York Harbor (NOAA)
  19. Tides: How to find today's tidal information at Sandy Hook NJ (NOAA)
  20. Tides: How to find today's tidal information at Manasquan Inlet, NJ (NOAA)
  21. Tides: Map of Tide Stations for Water Levels and Currents (NOAA)
  22. Tides: Tidal Levels and Datums Explained (NOAA)

Environmental Commission - Weather/Flooding

  1. U.S. National Weather Service (Hub for Weather, Flooding, Astronomical, Alerts, Safety, Kids/Education)
  2. Weather- Statistics: Daily Normal/Record Temperatures - Select Boonton, Temp Graph, Annual, Go (US Weather Service)
  3. Weather- Statistics: Monthly Average Temperatures, Heating/Cooling Days, Astronomical Data, etc.
  4. Weather- Statistics: Precipitation Amounts/Intensity/Durations for 1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000-year Recurrence Frequency (95% Confidence)
  5. Weather- Past Data: Precipitation Maps for past periods (total by Year, Month, Day, plus cumulative for last 7, 14, 30 , 60, 90, 180, 365 days)
  6. Weather- Past Data: Snowfall (see snowfall totals for prior and current season)
  7. Weather- Past Data: Maps of past rain/hail/snow nearby and across NJ+USA (CoCoRaHS Volunteer Weather Network)
  8. Weather- Past Data: Tables of past weather nearby and across NJ+USA (CoCoRaHS Volunteer Weather Network)
  9. Weather- Past Data: Weather condition data for Pequannock and nearby locations, from Weather Underground
  10. Weather: Live and recent precipitation graph/data from USGS rain gauge at Pompton River / Jackson Ave - click on “Classic Page” if graph not working (USGS)
  11. Weather- Current/Forecast Conditions & Alerts: Pequannock (US Weather Service)
  12. Weather- Current/Forecast Conditions & Alerts: Weather, River Levels, Astronomical, Alerts, etc. for any Zip Code (US Weather Service)
  13. Weather- Current/Forecast Conditions & Alerts: Hourly Graphic Forecast (US Weather Service)
  14. Weather- Current/Forecast Conditions & Alerts: Weather, radar, satellite, temperature, wind/jet stream, precipitation daily/weekly, forecasts (Weather Underground)
  15. Weather- Current/Forecast Conditions & Alerts: Weather, radar, satellite, temperature, wind, allergens, alerts, weather news (Accuweather)
  16. Weather- Current/Forecast Conditions & Alerts:Weather, radar, satellite, alerts, weather news (Weather.com)
  17. Weather- Current/Forecast Conditions & Alerts:Weather+ Hazards: Live Radio for any ZIP Code (US Weather Service)
  18. Weather- Short- & Medium-Term Forecast Maps for Precipitation Temperature Skycover Alerts etc. (US Weather Service)
  19. Weather- Long-Term Forecast Maps for Precipitation Temperature Drought Hurricanes Alerts etc. (US Weather Service)
  20. Weather- Safety Tips (air quality, cold/heat, storm, lightning, hurricane, wind, tornado, boating, beach hazards, wildfire, snow, etc.) (US Weather Service)
  21. Flood Info: Pequannock Township's Flood Information Page (links to all the information most Township residents could want)
  22. Flood Info: Live Pompton River Level and Flow at Jackson Ave, with record levels and description of flood severity (US Weather Service)
  23. Flood Info: Pompton River Flood Water Levels at Pompton Plains NJ - current and historical, guide to flooding
  24. Flood Info: Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM), Flood Insurance Study (FIS) reports, Databases, etc. (FEMA)
  25. Flood Info:“StormReady” Communities Program (US Weather Service)
  26. Flood Info: Rainfall Runoff Control: International Stormwater Best Management Practice (BMP) Database
  27. Flood Info: Education for Teachers and Kids - Weather Science and Safety (US Weather Service)
  28. Ramapo River Above Dam at Pompton Lakes New Jersey
  29. Pompton River at Pompton Plains New Jersey
  30. Ramapo River at Dawes Highway at Pompton New Jersey, Downstream of Dam
  31. Pequannock River at Macopin Intake Dam New jersey

Flood Control Advisory Committee

  1. Flood Information
  2. Information Alert Registration

Flood Information

  1. Flood Information

Flood Information - 2017 Preliminary FIRM

  1. Morris County FIRM Website

Health Department - Social Media

  1. Join Our Email List

Local Sports

  1. Pequannock Lacrosse Club

Parks & Recreation - Women's Golf League

  1. Pequannock Township Women's Golf League

Property Tax Reward Program

  1. Pick Pequannock

Township Clerk

  1. Flood Information

Township Clerk - Library & Schools

  1. Pequannock School District
  2. Pequannock Library

Township Library & Schools

  1. Pequannock Township School District

United State Federal Government

  1. U.S. Senator Robert Mendez
  2. U.S. Senator Cory A. Booker