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Posted Apr. 14, 2021
This article includes resources for businesses and individuals to utilize during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Last updated April 14, 2021
Posted Apr. 12, 2021

In celebration of National County Government Month (NCGM), the Passaic County Clerk’s Office would like to highlight our office achievements from 2020!

Passaic County Clerk, Danielle Ireland-Imhof, expresses her sincere appreciation for the amazing work accomplished by all the office employees. Their continued dedication to serving Passaic County’s residents, business, and property owners, all while overcoming the challenges throughout the pandemic, has not gone unnoticed and is greatly appreciated.

2020 By The Numbers 

Posted Apr. 09, 2021
The latest edition of Preakness Press is now available!

Posted Apr. 05, 2021
View the latest mobile testing schedule, vaccination distribution information and more. 

To learn more about the County's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit passaiccountynj.org/covid19

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County government serves as the middle layer of government between the federal and state governments, and the municipalities. Passaic County is governed by a seven-member Board of County Commissioners. New Jersey has 21 counties, and no two counties are exactly the same. The organization and structure of counties are tailored to fit their communities’ needs and characteristics. In Passaic County’s commission form of government, the County Commissioners discharge both the legislative and executive responsibilities of government. The seven member board is headed by a Director who is selected to serve a one-year term at the Board’s annual reorganization meeting held in January. Each County Commissioner is elected at-large for a staggered 3-year term.