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Maplewood Area Local Information

TRANSPORTATION

The Maplewood train station is part of New Jersey Transit's Morris-Essex line and in addition to providing service to Hoboken, provides Midtown Direct service to Penn Station in New York City.
The Township provides commuter parking at $130 per vehicle per calendar year around the train station area. There is also Jitney Service available to Maplewood residents on three routes throughout town. Jitney service is $65 per pass per calendar year. In addition, Maplewood residents can purchase a combination Jitney Pass and Parking Permit for $150.

POPULATION

Maplewood's population is now approximately 23,868 according to the 2000 census.

1978 Maplewood Arts
Center

1978 Springfield Ave.
Maplewood, NJ 07040
Tel: 973-763-2536

Maplewood's Burgdorff Cultural Center

10 Durand Road
Maplewood, NJ 07040
Tel: 973-761-8453

Maplewood Chamber
of Commerce

PO Box 423
Maplewood, NJ 07040
Tel: 973-761-4333
Fax: 973-762-9105

Maplewood Township
Official Website

Maplewood Memorial Library

51 Baker Street
Maplewood, NJ 07040
Tel: 973-762-1622

Maplewood Online

Maplewood Country Club

28 Baker St
Maplewood, NJ 07040
Tel: 973-762-0215
Fax: 973-762-0612

Maplewood Township Information

Maplewood Mayor and Township Committee

Maplewood Township operates under the Township Committee form of government. The Township Committee of Maplewood meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month. It consists of five elected members for three-year terms. Each year, on January 1, the committee meets to elect one of the members to be the mayor for a year term. The mayor is considered to be the head of the municipal government and is responsible as Chair of the Township Committee with voice and vote. Maplewood citizens can become members of the Citizens' Boards and Commissions. Since the Township Committee is the legislative body of the municipality, it has the responsibility of passing the laws that effect the community. It also sets policy and overall direction of the Township.

Fred R. Profeta, Jr., Mayor
973-762-0905
David R. Huemer, Vice Mayor
973-763-7793
Ian R. Grodman, Committeman
973-313-2424
Kathleen M. Leventhal, Committewoman
973-378-9897
Ken A. Pettis, Committeman