Municipal Offices located
at 320 Boulevard
Boro Clerk: Rose Marie Sees -- 201-288-0195
NJ Division of Elections [Link]
You may register to vote if you are a native-born or naturalized citizen who is:
18 years old by
a resident of the
state and county at least 30 days before an election
not denied right
to vote due to either court adjudication of "idiocy" or "insanity"
- not serving a sentence, or on
parole or probation for an indictable offense
When to Register:
- One must be registered to vote at
least 29 days before the next election.
Where and How to
- By mail: Registration forms
are available from Hasbrouck Heights Municipal Clerk's Office, County Commissioner of
Registration (who may be the superintendent of elections), motor vehicle agencies, public
assistance offices, libraries, and the League of Women Voters of New Jersey.
- In person: Register with
the Hasbrouck Heights Municipal Clerk or county Bergen County Commissioner of
Registration/ Superintendent of Elections 21 Main Street, Room 106E Hackensack, NJ 07601.
When to Re-Register:
Registration is permanent, but
you must re-register if you:
- Change your name: You are
entitled to vote only in the next election by signing your registration sheet at the polls
with both your previous and new name. After that, you must re-register in your new name.
- Change your residence within
county: By the 29th day before election, file change of address form with municipal
clerk or county commissioner of registration.
- After the 29th day before
election, you may correct your registration on election day at the office of the municipal
clerk in your new community of residence.
- Change your residence outside
county: By the 29th day before election, you must re-register in new county. If you
move after the 29th day before election, you are permitted to vote in your former election
district after signing an "Affirmation of Residency" form.
Voter Registration Form
A [Voter Registration Form] in pdf format is