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Michael Jackson - 1st Ward (Council Vice-President)

 

Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson
Council Vice-President
First Ward
Office: (973) 321-1250

Budget

The budget for the city is prepared by this division; after approval by the Mayor, the budget is submitted to the City Council for their review and approval.

Community Improvements

The Division of Community Improvements provides guidance on how building should be constructed in the City of Paterson, as well as the enforcement of the housing maintenance laws of the City.

  •  Administers all construction activity using the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code, which is designed to guarantee consistent construction standards throughout the State of New Jersey.  UCC regulates the utilization of appropriate building materials, construction standards and workmanship for building, fire protection, electrical and plumbing.

  • Enforcement of the housing maintenance laws of the City of Paterson

Applications for permits can be found here.

 For more information about the services offered by the Division of Community Improvements, please consult our Fact Sheet.

Other Documents

Housing Inspectors by Ward

Building Use-Codes

 

The UCC and Housing Inspectors will only be available in the office between the hours of 8:30- 10:00AM & 3:30-4:30PM any other time during the day they are on inspections. 


 

Accounts & Controls

Health

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The Paterson Division of Health serves residents of Passaic County, primarily those in Paterson, Hawthorne, Haledon, North Haledon, Prospect Park, West Paterson, and Totowa.


Download Health Division's services brochure





Fire Division

The Paterson Fire Division, under the command of Chief Brian McDermott, works to prevent and combat the destructive
forces of fire.

The Fire Headquarters at 300 McBride Avenue is a 27,000 square foot state of the art facility that opened in 2015.
Learn more about the history of the Paterson Fire Division dating back to 1815 at the Paterson Fire History page.
Chief Brian McDermottChief Brian McDermott
Fire Division

Public Meetings

The City of Paterson is governed by a Mayor and Nine (9) City Council Members.  Use the links below for more information on the governing body and their meetings.

Mayor's Office

The Chief of Staff is responsible for leading key strategic initiatives for the Mayor, ranging from the City's annual Transitional Aid application, the 2020 Census, communications, government and private grant funding, and innovation/good governance efforts.

Alongside the Business Administrator, she stewards the City's relationship with the oversight monitors from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs. The Chief of Staff also helps lead regular cabinet meetings of the City's leadership team.

Chief of Staff Kathleen LongKathleen Long
Chief of Staff

The Office of Constituent Services manages efforts to address individual constituent concerns.

Constituent Services also manages the Quality of Life Task Force, an inter-departmental group which goes into different neighborhoods of the city on a weekly basis to enforce city regulations, and the Green Team, a volunteer group which plans regular community clean-ups throughout Paterson.

Javier FernandezJavier Fernandez
Constituent Services

Shahin Khalique - 2nd Ward

Shahin Kalique
Shahin Kalique
Second Ward
Office: (973) 321-1250

Paterson Alcohol Beverage Control Board

Commissioners

Last Name

First Name

Title

Aguilar Octavio

Commissioner

Briggs James

Commissioner

Hernandez Juan

Commissioner

 




 





 

Information Technology

The Data Processing Division provides data management services for all city departments including:
  • Production of tax bills;
  • Maintenance for all accounting records;
  • Preparation of employee paychecks; and
  • Technical assistance in the operations & upgrading of the business software and hardware.

Planning & Zoning

The role of the Division of Planning and Zoning is to guide growth and development through informed and thoughtful regulation and analysis of land use within the City of Paterson utilizing the City's Master Plan. The division is charged with maintaining continuity between the Zoning Ordinances and other land use elements. The Division of Planning and Zoning is tasked with the following responsibilities including, but not limited to:
 
  • Administering and providing staff support to the Planning Board (PB) and the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZB);
  • Processing, reviewing and commenting on on development applications to the PB and ZB.
  • Evaluating Master Plan and Land Development ordinances.
  • Soliciting community input for development plans.
  • Providing information to the public and to regional planning agencies.
  • Enforcing decisions made by the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment.
  • Reviewing construction plans, permit applications and certificate of occupancy applications for zoning compliance.

 

Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment Site Plan and Subdivision Application

City of Paterson Zoning Map

ZONING APPLICATION

Zoning & Land Use Ordinance

Signage Schedule

Bulk Schedule

Residential Use Schedule

Non-Residential Use Schedule

Street Classification

For more information about the Division of Planning and Zoning, please consult our Fact Sheet.

Tax Assessor

The main function of the Tax Assessor's Office is the appraisal and evaluation of all land and buildings within the municipality for tax purposes, according to state statutes. Additional duties include maintaining property transfers, keeping current ownership updated, checking building permits that have been issued and maintaining current values.

The Tax Assessor approves applications for Veteran, Senior Citizen and Disabled Deductions and total tax exemption applications for Disabled Veterans and non-profit organizations.

The Tax Assessor prepares the Added and Omitted Assessment List that includes all new construction that has been completed within the tax year, and represents the Borough in all tax appeals before the Passaic County Board of Taxation and the Tax Court of New Jersey.

Deductions & Exemptions

If you are a qualified Veteran, Surviving Spouse/Domestic Partner of a Veteran, Senior Citizen, Disabled Person or Surviving Spouse of a Senior Citizen or Disabled Person, you may be eligible for a property tax deduction that would reduce your tax liability. You can request an application form for any of the below listed deductions or exemptions from the Tax Assessor's Office, or you can download the application in PDF format by choosing the appropriate link below.

Veterans & Surviving Spouse/Domestic Partner

An annual $250 deduction from property taxes is available for the property of a qualified Veteran or Surviving Spouse/Domestic Partner of a Veteran. In order to be eligible the applicant must be an owner of the property and citizen and resident of New Jersey as of October 1 of the pre-tax year and the Veteran must have been honorably discharged or released from active service in the US Armed Forces during one of the following periods:

Mission or Operation Time Period Served
Operation Northern/Southern Watch*

 

August 27, 1992 - March 17, 2003

 

Operation Iraqi Freedom*

 

March 19, 2003 - Ongoing

 

Operation Enduring Freedom*

 

September 11, 2001 - Ongoing

 

Joint Endeavor/Joint Guard*

 

November 20, 1995 - June 20, 1998

 

Restore Hope Mission*

 

December 5, 1992 - March 31, 1994

 

Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm*

 

August 2, 1990 - February 28, 1991

 

Panama Peacekeeping Mission*

 

December 20, 1989 - January 31, 1990

 

Grenada Peacekeeping Mission*

 

October 23, 1983 - November 21, 1983

 

Lebanon Peacekeeping Mission*

 

September 26, 1982 - December 1, 1987

 

Vietnam Conflict

 

December 31, 1960 - May 7, 1975

 

Lebanon Crisis of 1958*

 

July 1, 1958 - November 1, 1958

 

Korean Conflict

 

June 23, 1950 - January 31, 1955

 

World War II

 

September 16, 1940 - December 31, 1946

 

World War I

 

April 6, 1917 - November 11, 1918

 


* Peacekeeping Missions require a minimum of 14 days service in the actual combat zone except where service incurred injury or disability occurs in the combat zone, then actual time served, though less than 14 days, is sufficient for purposes of property tax exemption or deduction. The 14 day requirement for Bosnia and Herzegovina may be met by service in one or both operations for 14 days continuously or in aggregate. For Bosnia and Herzegovina combat zone also includes the airspace above those nations.

You can request an application from the Tax Assessor's Office, Claim Form V.S.S., which can be filed with the Assessor or Collector. Additional proofs required for a veteran include a copy of the Honorable Discharge or Release, Form DD214. A surviving spouse/domestic partner must also include a copy of the veteran's death certificate.

If you are a Veteran or Surviving Spouse/Domestic Partner of a Veteran who served during a Peacekeeping Mission you must also submit the Supplemental Form for Peacekeeping Missions, Supplemental D.V.S.S.E/V.S.S.

Senior Citizen, Disabled Person or Surviving Spouse
An annual $250 deduction from property taxes is available for the property of a qualified senior citizen, disabled person or surviving spouse who meet certain income requirements. Senior Citizen, Disabled Person and Surviving Spouse are defined as follows:

Senior Citizen - Age 65 or more as of December 31 of the pre-tax year.
Disabled Person - Permanently and totally disabled as of December 31 of the pre-tax year.
Surviving Spouse - Age 55 or more as of December 31 of the pre-tax year and at the time of death of person receiving Senior Citizen or Disabled Person Deduction.

In addition to the requirements set forth above, the applicant must be an owner and resident of the home as of October 1 of the pre-tax year and a New Jersey resident one year prior to that date and a yearly income less than $10,000 excluding Social Security Income and Disability Benefit Income or certain public pensions, which ever is more.

You can request an application from the Tax Assessor's Office, Claim Form PTD, which can be filed with the Assessor or Collector. Additional proofs include proof of age and an Income Statement. The Tax Assessor may also require an applicant to furnish a copy of their most recent Income Tax Return.

Property Tax Exemption for 100% Disabled Veterans or Surviving Spouse/Domestic Partners

Certain permanently and totally disabled war veterans or the surviving spouses/domestic partners of such disabled war veterans are granted a full property tax exemption on their dwelling house and the lot on which it is situated.

In order to qualify, you must be an honorably discharged veteran, who had active service in time of war in the U.S. Armed forces (dates), or the unmarried surviving spouse/domestic partner of such a disabled veteran. Surviving spouses of servicepersons who died in active service during a time of war also qualify. The veteran must be certified as 100% permanently and totally disabled by the United States Veteran's Administration.

Applicants must also be the owner as well as a permanent resident in the dwelling and a legal resident of the State of New Jersey to qualify. In the case of surviving spouses/domestic partners, the deceased spouse/partner must also have been a legal resident of New Jersey.

You can request an application from the Tax Assessor's Office, Claim Form D.V.S.S.E., which can be filed at any time during the year with the Assessor. Additional proofs required for a veteran include a copy of the Honorable Discharge or Release, Form DD214 and the Veterans Administration Certification of Disability. A surviving spouse/domestic partner must also include a copy of the veteran's death certificate.

If you are a Veteran or Surviving Spouse/Domestic Partner of a Veteran who served during a Peacekeeping Mission you must also submit the Supplemental Form for Peacekeeping Missions, Supplemental D.V.S.S.E/V.S.S.

Tax Appeals

Taxpayers who disagree with their property's assessment have the right to appeal to the Passaic County Board of Taxation on or before April 1 or 45 days from the date the Assessment Notifications are mailed by the taxing district, whichever is later. Appeal forms can be requested from the Passaic County Board of Taxation, or can be downloaded in PDF format below:
If the property is assessed for more than $1,000,000.00 the taxpayer can appeal directly to the N.J. State Tax Court. If you are dissatisfied with the judgment of the Bergen County Board of Taxation, you may file an appeal with the N.J. State Tax Court within 45 days from the date of the final judgment.

Added & Omitted Assessments

Added Assessments

New Construction, structural additions and improvements completed after October 1 are valued and taxed under the Added Assessment Law. This way property that becomes accessible after October 1 does not avoid its fair share of the tax burden for the rest of the year.

A new structure, or an addition to or alteration of an old structure, is valued as of the first day of the month following completion. If the value when completed is greater than the assessed value placed on the structure on October 1 of the pre-tax year, an Added Assessment based on the difference must be made. The Added Assessment is prorated on the number of full months in the tax year.

Omitted Assessments

Additional assessments that through error, were not made at the proper time, may be placed on the tax rolls through the Omitted Assessment Laws. An Omitted Assessment can be made for the current year of discovery and one prior year.

Tax bills for both Added and Omitted Assessments are generally sent in October and are payable on November 1. If you disagree with the Added or Omitted Assessment that is placed on your property, you can appeal it to the Passaic County Board of Taxation prior to December 1. An appeal form can be requested from the Passaic County Board of Taxation or downloaded in PDF format, Added/Omitted Petition of Appeal.

Planning & Program Analysis

 
The office of Planning & Program Analysis provides assistance to Paterson nonprofit organizations through the following workshops & services:

  • Non-Profit Management
  • Grant Writing
  • Technical Assistance
  • Funding Support
  • Program Monitoring Services

 

Traffic & Lighting

Police Division

The mission of the Paterson Police Division is to preserve the peace and to protect and serve all who live or work in, as well as those who travel through, our city and in so doing, make a meaningful contribution to the quality of life in our community.

For more information, visit the
Paterson Police website.

Police Chief Troy OswaldChief Troy Oswald
Police Division

Upcoming Events

More information coming soon.

William McKoy - 3rd Ward

 

Councilman McKoy

William McKoy
Third Ward
Office: (973) 321-1250

Paterson Council on the Aging

 

Members


Last Name First Name

Title

Term Commences

Term Expires

Cumberbatch Patricia B.

President

5/13/2008

5/13/11

Bonds Emma L.

Commissioner

5/13/2008

5/13/2011

Davis Willie D.

Commissioner

1/15/08

1/15/11

Mandara Rose M.

Commissioner

3/17/09

3/31/12

DeGroat Mary

Commissioner

3/17/2009

3/31/2012

DiGuglielmo Edward

Commissioner

3/17/2009

3/31/2012

Gloriande Anna Maria

Commissioner

3/17/2009

3/31/2012

Goldsmith Olga

Commissioner

5/13/2008

5/13/2011

Jefferson Catherine

Commissioner

3/17/2009

3/31/2012

Lalena Annette

Commissioner

5/13/2008

5/13/2011

Madsen Cidron

Commissioner

 2/17/2009

12/31/2011

Roberson-Jackson Beulah

Commissioner

3/17/2009

3/31/2012

Simmons Callie

Commissioner

3/17/2009

3/31/2012

Simmons Ann

Commissioner

3/17/2009

3/31/2012

Vignali Catherine

Commissioner

3/17/2009

3/31/2012

Waring
Vivian

Commisioner

1/12/2008

1/15/2011

Wheeler Mary E.

Commissioner

3/17/2009

3/31/2012

Whitaker Doris

Treasurer

5/13/2008

5/13/2011


For more information call

(973) 653-5923

Personnel

The Personnel Division for the City of Paterson is responsible for several components in keeping the City running smoothly.  Some of the processes we are responsible for include:
  • The City's employment process;
  • Ensuring the City is in compliance with all state & federal laws;
  • Employee benefit administration; and
  • Administering the City's payroll.

Personnel Director Michele Ralph-RawlsMichele Ralph-Rawls
Personnel Director


 

Redevelopment Zones

The Division of Redevelopment has been reactivated in response to the City of Paterson's Memorandum of Understanding with the National Park Service for the creation of Great Falls National Historic Park.  The focus of the division is urban renewal and redevelopment.

Internal Audit

Sewer

Citizen Alert Sign Up

Get alerted about emergencies and other important community news by clicking on the button below to sign up for our Notification System. This notification system enables the City to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons, and evacuation of buildings or neighborhoods.

Citizen Notification Button

Ruby Cotton - 4th Ward

 

Councilwoman Cotton
Ruby Cotton
Fourth Ward
Office: (973) 321-1250

Paterson Council on the Disabled

Members

Last Name

First Name

Title

Term Commences

Term Expires

Allen Vernon
President

10/1/2009

9/30/2012

Cawley Lorraine

Commissioner

3/01/11

3/31/14

Russell
Rev.
Robert C.

Commissioner

-

To be Sworn- In

Fairmon George

Commissioner

3/03/11

3/31/14

Lawton Rene

Commissioner

3/03/11

3/03/14

Dangerfield D'Angelo

Commissioner

3/03/11

3/03/14

Baker Lindo Stacy

Commissioner

 4/1/2009

3/31/2012

Evans Jane

Commissioner

10/1/2009

9/30/2012

Fairmon Rev. Joe

Commissioner

1/3/2008

1/3/2011

Floyd Little William

Commissioner

10/1/2009

9/30/2012

Gibbs Ernestine C.

Vice President

10/1/2009

9/30/2012

Gonzalez Manuel

Commissioner

1/3/2008

1/13/2011

Lingham Dorothy

Treasurer

10/1/2009

9/30/2012

Moon Lucinda

Commissioner

11/05/2009

10/31/2012

Ricks Gladys

Commissioner

5/1/2008

4/30/2011

Thomas June

Secretary

10/1/2009

9/30/2012

Thompson Elizabeth

Commissioner

11/5/2009

10/31/2012

Whitaker Vonzola

Commissioner

 11/52009

 10/31/12

Allen Vernon

Commissioner

10/01/09

9/30/12


For more information call

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Purchasing

The Purchasing Agent is responsible for procuring supplies, materials and services for all departments in a manner the promotes fair and competitive bidding, compliance with
State and Local purchasing guidelines and efficient pricing.

To secure a copy of a Bid, Request for Proposal, or a written quote choose one of the following:

Harry CevallosHarry M. Cevallos, QPA, R.P.P.S
Purchasing Agent
 
  • Documents may be secured by coming to the Division of Purchasing and request a copy of the desired documents.
  • Fax your request to 973.321.1341, requesting a copy of the desired documents. Required information:  Bid Number, Commodity Description, Opening Date. With your company's Name, complete address, contact person, telephone, fax number.
 REPRODUCTION OR REDISTRIBUTION OF THE CONTENTS OF ANY BID PACKAGE BY A PARTY OTHER THAN THE CITY OF PATERSON IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
 
All New Jersey and out of State Vendors that do business with the City of Paterson are required to be registered with the State of  New Jersey and provide proof of that registration to the City of Paterson N.J.S.A. 52:32-44.
 
The law affects all business organizations that do business with the City of Paterson,
including contractors, sub-contractors, professional services and individuals.
 
To obtain the registration form or file online at:
 
All questions regarding registrations should contact the Division of Revenue at 609.292.9292

Housing Division

The mission of the Division of Housing is to enhance the quality of life for residents by promoting affordable housing initiatives and policies. Its mission is carried out by increasing the quality of the housing stock available to low and moderate-income families and to augmenting the supply of suitable housing.
 
 
For more information about the First-Time Homebuyer's Program, please consult our Fact Sheet.
 
For more information about the Homeless Emergency Solutions Grant program and services, please consult our Fact Sheet.

Historic Preservation

Who We Are

 The Commission is a municipal statutory body of seven regular members and two alternate members with diverse qualifications/experience related to historic architecture, building design, construction and materials, as well as history. At least two are professional members who practice architecture, engineering, architectural history, or historic architecture. Other members may also have academic accomplishments and experiences in these fields, and have demonstrated a knowledge or an interest in the history and heritage of Paterson. Most members are Paterson residents, but not all are required to be. Qualification standards and residency requirements of commissioners are stipulated by NJ zoning law.  All members serve as volunteers and are appointed by the Mayor, serving four-year (regulars) or two-year (alternates) terms.

  • The Commission is charged with evaluating, promoting, and preserving the City's historic environment. This is accomplished through a variety of programs, such as historic landmark designation, seasonal educational tours, events, and the annual Historic Preservation Awards.
  • The Commission is empowered with a specific role in municipal land use and building permits with respect to applications for proposed alterations to the exterior of structures within any municipally-designated historic district, or on any municipally-designated individual landmark or site. To carry this out, the Commission advises the Division of Planning and Zoning, the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment on zoning applications for development, and also reviews all building permit applications presented through the Division of Community Improvements. Applicants can download design standards, design guidelines and application forms from the Document Center link on this page. All posted historic preservation related documents and forms begin with the identifier "HPC." The application forms are PDF files that can be filled out directly on your computer through Adobe Acrobat Reader v9.0 or higher.
  • The Commission meets on the third or fourth Monday of each month in a public session to conduct its business. A schedule of regular meeting dates is published annually, and agendas for the each meeting are posted in advance at the Office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 3rd Floor. Meetings are held at the Great Falls Welcome Center, 65 McBride Ave. Ext., Paterson, NJ 07501, convening at 6:30PM. All are invited to attend.

HPC Meeting Dates 2019-2020

HPC Application Deadlines FY 2019-2020

Facebook IconThe Historic Preservation Commission is now on Facebook! Please Like & Share our page!

Members of the Historic Preservation Commission

Mohammed Ahmed, Chair
Kelly C. Ruffel, Vice Chair
Kenneth A. Simpson, Richard Walter, Joanne V. Wiley, 
Nakima Redmon, William C. Tate,
Maribel Garcia-Leon, Alternate, Joyce A. Corbo, Alternate

 Staff of the Historic Preservation Commission

Gianfranco Archimede, Executive Director
Timothy Henderson, Historic Preservation Specialist 3
Romina M. Pascual Esq., Counsel

KOAR-GEORGE SCHOLARSHIP GRANT
application deadline is April 1, 2019

The City of Paterson Historic Preservation Commission is pleased to announce the 2019 Koar-George Grant round which is open to Paterson residents who are enrolled in an accredited college/university with a focus in history, architecture, cultural studies, museum studies, or related field. The 2019 Koar-George Grant application deadline is April 1, 2019.

 These grants are made possible by the Koar-George Fund, which was the vision of Grace George, former Director of the Visitor Center for the Great Falls Historic District of Paterson. Grace George created the Koar-George Fund as her legacy, a lasting commitment and service to the preservation of Paterson’s history.

Grant applications will be accepted for the category of The Grace George Scholarship (Category F): For encouraging “a Paterson resident who is enrolled in an accredit college/university with a focus on history, architecture, museum studies or related field.”

Grant amounts for the scholarship are offered as a single award of $1,000.00 and may, depending on the number of applications, be divided into two awards of $500.00.

To request the guidelines and application information,
email your request to hpcinfo@patersonnj.gov

HPC TOURS & EVENTS

March 2, 2019 - Cathedral of St. John the Baptist Tour 

May 11, 2019 - S.U.M. Raceway Tour at the Great Falls 

June 29, 2019 - African American Heritage Tour 

September 25, 2019 - Historic Preservation Awards Dinner 

Please note that additional tours and programs may be announced ad-hoc, and will be listed individually on the Commission’s web page and on social media.

Announcement flyers for each program are posted on the City of Paterson website and the Commission’s social media outlets one month in advance of the program dates. Announcement flyers are also distributed to the voluntary email list maintained by the Commission staff. Send an email to hpcinfo@patersonnj.gov  to be put on the email list.
HPC_Awards_Dinner_2019_3
20th Annual Historic Preservation Commission Awards Dinner

Flyer, AA Tour 2019


DCHD Tour_2019
Raceway GF Tour_2019

Historic Preservation Review Process
Step 1: Research the Property Address.
Is the property registered as historic, or in a registered historic district?
Check it out to see if it appears on the following list/register.
Step 2: Does your project follow the DESIGN GUIDELINES
of the historic district where your property is located?
Great Falls Historic District Design Guidelines, 1996
Step 3: File an APPLICATION to the HPC
Application for Historic Landmarks (Nominate/Designate a site and/or building)
(PLEASE NOTE: ALL demolitions within the City of Paterson require approval from HPC, regardless of location)
(regarding HPC Reviews & Applications)
OTHER MATERIALS & INFORMATION
For further information on the Historic Preservation Commission: please contact the HPC Staff at 973.321.1220 or visit their website.

Ambulance Billing

Senior Services & Transportation

The Paterson Division of Senior Services provides  transportation services to our seniors & disabled citizen through the Passaic County Para-Transit Program.
 
  • Doctor Appointments
  • Medical Treatments
  • Grocery Shopping 
  • Nutrition Sites (include DSS Center)
  • VA Hospital
  • Recreation Trips
ADA
The Division of Senior Services works towards enhancing the quality of life for Older Americans & Individuals with Disabilities who are residents of the City of Paterson. 
Advisory Councils (Aging & Disabled) advocate & assist in the full inclusion & fair representation of residents who are sixty years of age or older & residents of any age who have disabilities. 

To make an ADA Complaint or if you require information in alternative format

Call 973-653-5932

Or write to

RIVERSIDE VETS

165 5th Avenue

Paterson, New Jersey 07524

ADA Commitment & Compliance Policy

ADA Complaint Form

ADA Reasonable Modification Policy

Facilities

Luis Velez - 5th Ward

Luis Velez

Luis Velez
Fifth Ward
Office: (973) 321-1250

Paterson Free Public Library & Paterson Museum Board of Directors

 
Library/Museum Board Trustees
 

Last Name

First Name

Title

Term Commences

Term Expires

Boone Pauline

Commissioner

12/08/11

Open Term

Garcia-Leon Maribel

Commissioner

3/09/09

12/31/13

Sterling Irene

Commissioner

1/01/11

12/31/16

Mathis Carla L.

Commissioner

1/01/11

12/31/16

Taskin Derya

Commissioner

1/01/11

12/31/16

Vacant
Vacant
Vacant

Public Defender

The Public Defender provides defense of indigent clients in the Paterson Municipal Court. 

Paterson Mill Survey

Mill Survey Banner

Project Description and Scope of Work
 
This report presents the results of an intensive-level architectural survey of 30 historic mills in the City of Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey. These 30 mills were recognized by Mayor Jeffery Jones, the Paterson Historic Preservation Commission's staff and by industrial historians as representing a highly significant but largely under appreciated cultural resource directly associated with the expansion of Paterson when it was known worldwide as "The Silk City" during the half century dating from roughly 1875 to 1925.

The "30 mills" survey was initiated by the City of Paterson with the expressed goal of identifying and surveying historic large-scale mills located in parts of the city outside of the Great Falls district. The project was funded by a Certified Local Government Grant-in-Aid from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Historic Preservation Office (NJHPO). This came in recognition by Mayor Jeffery Jones that these buildings should play an important role in future development plans and that they are an important cultural assets scattered throughout much of the city. In many instances, these large buildings anchor the mixed-use neighborhoods in which they are located. The overarching goal of this survey was to provide data that could be used to guide and promote historic preservation by increasing awareness of these buildings and encouraging their appropriate treatment as historic resources.

This report presents a historic summary placing the mills in historic contexts of industrial architecture and the development of specific industrial sectors including silk, silk dyeing and finishing, machine works, locomotives and aeronautics, which made Paterson known nationally and, in some instance, internationally, for the skill and productivity of its businesses and workers. It also recognizes the mills for the potential significance they may have in association with industrial archaeology and the social history of labor, immigration and ethnicity. The report makes the recommendation that several of these themes are worthy of further exploration and research to answer questions about the degree of direct historic associations with the mills in the survey.


In order to bring immediate recognition to threatened mills, it is recommended that the Paterson Historic Preservation Commission and the City of Paterson move forward with plans to designate buildings to the list of city landmarks that meet the city's Criteria and Procedures for listing. Consideration should be given to providing PHPC staff with the resources to educate owners on appropriate maintenance and preservation treatments that will preserve mills that anchor Paterson's neighborhoods and provide the city with a remarkable sense of place and heritage. Mills identified as significant by this survey should also be considered for targeted assistance through the city's Division of Economic Development and Division of Planning & Zoning. This assistance may take the form of helping owners to identify potential rehabilitation or re-use solutions.  In addition, t
he report recommends that 28 of the 30 mills meet the eligibility criteria of the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places. It is suggested that the Multiple Property Documentation Form (MPDF) would be an appropriate approach to nominating the mills and recognizing their significance under the state and federal register acts. The data and context generated for this report can be used as a foundation for preparing the MPDF and reducing the cost associated with the effort. An important advantage of the MPDF approach is that mills listed or determined eligible will become qualified for federal preservation tax credits, which are an incentive for rehabilitation.

Furthermore, it is recommended that the resources identified by this survey be considered for inclusion in industrial heritage tourism, an area of tourism that is growing in the United States and Europe. This could take the form of a guided tour that links industrial sites throughout the city with the Great Falls National Historical Park and its visitor center. This tour would draw visitors into other parts of the city to explore its industrial architecture and aspects of its post-1850 industrial development beyond the waterpower. This tour could be combined with opportunities to experience sites that were associated with the Strike of 1913, as well as neighborhoods with historic and modern ethnic associations. The tour should not only have history but it should offer opportunities to experience the city's living culture, including food, music and art offered in neighborhoods with an industrial past.

 Survey Boundaries

Figure 1.3
Chapter 2: Historical Content / Overview: Paterson

Chapter 3: Data Summary / Results of Fieldwork

Chapter 4: Recommendations / Condition Assessments

Listing of Mills

 Auger & Simon Silk Dyeing Works

Aronsohn Mill

Barbour Flax Spinning Works

Barnert Mill

C. DeGrado Silk Dyeing Co.

Castle Piece Dye & Finishing

Cooke Locomotive

Eclipse Mill

Gaede Silk Dyeing

Hall Mills

Hinchliffe Brewery

International Print and Dye Works

J.S Sowerbutt Mill

John Hand Mill

Manhattan Shirt Co.

Miesch Mill Courtland Works

Miesch Mill Totowa Works

Morrison Machine

National Silk Dyeing East Main

New Standard Aircraft

Pierre Thonnerieux Silk

Riverside Silk Mill

Savory Shirt Co.

Sipp Machine Co.

Susquehanna Silk Dyeing Co.

Washington Piece Dyeing

Watson Machine

Weidman Silk Dying Mill

William Strange Mill

Wright Aeronautical 


This study was Prepared for:
The City of Paterson
City of Paterson Historic Preservation Commission

Funded by
State of New Jersey
Department of Environmental Protection
Historic Preservation Office
Historic Preservation Fund

Prepared by:
Alison Haley, M.S.
Patrick Harshbarger, M.A., M.P.A. of HUNTER RESEARCH INC.

With Contributions by:
Gianfranco Archimede, M.S.

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The Youth Services Bureau provides a positive environment to our Paterson's juveniles who might be potential offenders or institutionalized by the Juvenile Justice System & to assist juveniles involved with the Juvenile Justice System to deny further criminal involvement & works with their families through programs such as:

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  • Evening Reporting Program
  • Case Management
Our major objective is to make families whole by working with both youth and parents.


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Alaa "Al" Abdelaziz - 6th Ward

Alaa Abdelaziz

Alaa "Al" Abdelaziz
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Paterson Historic Preservation Commission

 WHO WE ARE
The Commission is a municipal statutory body of seven regular members and two alternate members with diverse qualifications/experience related to historic architecture, building design, construction and materials, as well as history. At least two are professional members who practice architecture, engineering, architectural history, or historic architecture. Other members may also have academic accomplishments and experiences in these fields, and have demonstrated a knowledge or an interest in the history and heritage of Paterson. Most members are Paterson residents. All members serve as volunteers and are appointed by the Mayor, serving four-year (regulars) or two-year (alternates) terms.

  • The Commission is charged with evaluating, promoting, and preserving the City's historic environment. This is accomplished through a variety of programs, such as historic landmark designation, seasonal educational tours, events, and the annual Historic Preservation Awards.
  • The Commission is empowered with a specific role in municipal land use and building permits with respect to applications for proposed alterations to the exterior of structures within any municipally-designated historic district, or on any municipally-designated individual landmark or site. To carry this out, the Commission advises the Division of Planning and Zoning, the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment on zoning applications for development, and also reviews all building permit applications presented through the Division of Community Improvements. Applicants can download design standards, design guidelines and application forms from the Document Center link on this page. All posted historic preservation related documents and forms begin with the identifier "HPC." The application forms are PDF files that can be filled out directly on your computer through Adobe Acrobat Reader v9.0 or higher. Please visit the Division of Historic Preservation website for applications, design guidelines and further information about the review process.
  • The Commission meets on the third or fourth Monday of each month in a public session to conduct its business. A schedule of regular meeting dates is published annually, and agendas for the each meeting are posted in advance at the Office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 3rd Floor. Meetings are held at the Great Falls Welcome Center, 65 McBride Ave. Ext., Paterson, NJ 07501, convening at 6:30PM. All are invited to attend.

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 Members of the Historic Preservation Commission

Mohammed Ahmed, Chair

Kelly C. Ruffel, Vice Chair

Nakima Redmon

Kenneth A. Simpson

William C. Tate

Richard Walter

Joanne V. Wiley

Maribel Garcia-Leon, Alternate

Joyce A. Corbo, Alternate

 

 Staff of the Historic Preservation Commission

Gianfranco Archimede, Executive Director

Timothy Henderson, Historic Preservation Specialist

Romina M. Pascual Esq., Counsel

For further assistance and information, please contact the HPC Staff at 973.321.1220 ext 2263.

or go to visit the Division of Historic Preservation website.

 

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The Rent Leveling office serves in the interest of Paterson tenants & landlords.  The division ensures fair & reasonable rent levels.

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Paterson's roots reach deep into the historic growth of our nation. Long before the colonies united and declared their independence, travelers and visitors flocked to Acquackanonk, the homeland of the Lenni Lenape Indians, to view the breathtaking beauty of the Great Falls.
 
But it was not until the emerging nation charted its course of independence that the power potential of these roaring falls was realized. Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury, was convinced that industry would add wealth, independence and security to the blossoming nation.
 
Hamilton chose the site of the Great Falls to propel his brainchild, a "national manufactory," America's first planned industrial city. In 1791 the Society for the Establishing Usefull Manufactures (S.U.M) was incorporated.
 
Great Falls Historic District Cultural Center
 
 During the next 200 years, Paterson has been witness to the unfolding of the American Industrial Saga, and a Golden Age more prosperous and varied than in other emerging manufacturing districts, as well as witness to shifting gears of industry to more sophisticated technology.
 
Some Paterson firsts: water powered cotton spinning mill in New Jersey (1793), continuous roll paper (1812), Colt revolver (1836), the Roger's Locomotive (1837), and the Holland Submarine (1878).
 
Rich in cultural diversity, Paterson has been and is, a melting pot for those who sought refuge, for various reasons, or drawn by the promise of work in its industry.
 

Great Falls Historic District Cultural Center

 
The machinery was set in motion to propel Paterson's Renaissance with President Ford's official designation of the 119-acre Great Falls of the Passaic/S.U.M. Historic District as a National Historic Landmark in 1976. Former Governor James McGreevy visited the waterfall and announced the adoption of the Great Falls as a new New Jersey Urban State Park on October 21, 2004. On March 30, 2009 President Barack Obama signed the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park Act as part of the Omnibus Public Lands Act.
 
We invite you to step into the history of Paterson and explore the developments that shaped our nation
and to enjoy the beauty and wonder of the Great Falls.  

Brochure Spanish 
Distrito Histórico Nacional Destacado de "Great Falls" 
(Cataratas Grandes) (PDF)

 
March 2011 brought a rise in water levels of the Passaic River resulting in a spectacular Great Falls. However, the rise in water levels also created much flooding throughout the Passaic River water shed, damaging property and displacing residents in areas within the City of Paterson as well as several other municipalities. Below are photographs taken between March 12th and soon after the Passaic River "crested" at the Great Falls early Sunday morning on March 13th.  
Great Falls
Great Falls
Great Falls

 
The Great Falls and its surrounding park areas are dog-friendly. Dogs must be well-behaved, be leashed, and owner must clean-up after their dogs at all times.
 
 Great Falls
 
 
After heavy rains the Great Falls thunders over the cliffs with magnificent rainbows.
March 2010

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Great Falls Historic District Cultural Center

Great Falls Historic Center Cultural Center
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Great Falls Historic District Cultural Center is open year-round and conveniently located directly across McBride Avenue from the Great Falls. Parking is available for both automobiles and buses. 
 
The park areas surrounding the Great Falls is dog-friendly. Well behaved dogs are welcome, must be leashed and cleaned up after. Dogs are not allowed in buildings.
 
 
 
 
 
     Operational hours are Monday  - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM and Seasonal Weekend Hours 12:30 - 4:30 PM. The Center may be closed when staff persons are out on tour with a group and is closed on holidays. We suggest you call to set up an appointment if you are planning to do research, view videos, or have a special information request. Information is also available by both email and real mail, or can be faxed to you.
 
     Paterson's roots reach deep into the historic growth of our nation. Long before the colonies united and declared their independence, travelers and visitors flocked to Acquackonounk, the homeland of the Lenni Lenape Indians, to view the breathtaking beauty of the Falls.
 
     But it was not until the emerging nation charted its course of independence that the power potential of these roaring falls was realized. Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury, was convinced that industry would add wealth, independence and security to the blossoming nation. Hamilton chose the site of the Great Falls to propel his brainchild, a "national manufactory," America's first planned industrial city. In 1791 the Society for the Establishment of Useful Manufactures (S.U.M.) was incorporated.
 
Cultural Center
    
 
     During the next 200 years, Paterson has been witness to the unfolding of the American Industrial Saga, and a Golden Age more prosperous and varied than in other emerging manufacturing districts, as well as witness to the shifting gears of industry to more sophisticated technology.
 
     Some Paterson firsts: water-powered cotton spinning mill in NJ (1793), continuous roll paper (1812), Colt revolver (1837), the Roger's Locomotive (1837), and the Holland Submarine (1878).

     Rich in cultural diversity, Paterson has been and is a melting pot for those who sought refuge for various reasons, or drawn by the promise of work in its industry.  The machinery was set in motion to propel Paterson's Renaissance with President Ford's official designation of the 119 acre "Great Falls of the Passaic/S.U.M. Historic District" as a National Historic Landmark in 1976.

     We invite you to step into the history of Paterson and explore the developments that shaped our nation and enjoy the beauty and wonder of the Great Falls.
    
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