To protect our employees, Borough Hall offices are closed to all members of the public (including residents)

until further notice in accordance with COVID-19 mitigation directives.  We ask

for your patience and understanding as this necessary precaution enables us to continue working for you.

Correspondence with Borough offices may be conducted by phone, email or mail.

Please visit the Business Offices Directory for contact information by department.



Business Offices Directory

Mobile Testing
Thursday, June 18, 2020
Alpine/ Tenafly/ Cresskill 
Please click on the flyer image below to enlarge for details 


Mobile Testing flyer 6/18/20 (Korean)

Mobile Testing flyer 6/18/20 (Spanish)





It is strongly recommended for residents who have not already done so to register for the

Alpine Emergency Alert System to receive emergency notifications and updates at the link provided below. 

Click Here to Register for the Alpine Emergency Alert System



Please follow the Alpine Police Department Twitter Page for updates: 

 For the latest information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the County of Bergen, please click the link below.

Bergen County Department of Health Services (BCDHS) Health & Safety Hotline: 201-225-7000 (after hours and weekends: 201-785-8505).

Click Here for COVID-19 Updates from Bergen County



For the latest information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH), please click the link below.  

Click Here for COVID-19 Updates from the NJDOH






Please vist the link below to access the New Jersey State Police DMI COVID-19 Resource Guide  

Provides DMI partners and the public with links to relevant resources for a variety of topics

NJSP DMI Resource Guide (updated 3-31-2020)

Coronavirus Pandemic Resource Guide [compiled by the Office of U.S. Senator Cory Booker]

Bergen County Mental Health & Community Support Resources Accessible During COVID-19 (Updated 6/11/2020)




Mental Health America has captured many resources that may help people cope with the

anxiety, stress and fear associated with the pandemic and promotes emotional wellness.











Total Presumptive Positive Cases in the Borough of Alpine:

As of 12 PM on July 31, 2020: 25

As of 12 PM on June 11, 2020: 24

As of 12 PM on May 30, 2020: 23

As of 12 PM on May 2, 2020: 22

As of 12 PM on April 25, 2020: 21

As of 12 PM on April 22, 2020: 20

As of 12 PM on April 18, 2020: 18

As of 12 PM on April 17, 2020: 17

As of 12 PM on April 14, 2020: 15

As of 1 PM on April 13, 2020: 16

As of 1 PM on April 12, 2020: 16



Please click on the image to the left for information regarding Bergen County testing site access.









  Updates Sent Via The Alpine Emergency Alert System (SWIFTREACH)

 If you are not already registered to receive SWIFTREACH notifications, please do so

using the link posted at the top of this page to receive alerts via phone, email or text message.



 April 6, 2020 Message:

 From the Alpine Police Department

We hope this letter finds you and your family well.  A few reminders during these unprecented times:

1) We are here 24/7 to serve and protect you.

2) If you need to leave your house, please turn on your burglar alarm and lights.

3) Lock your vehicle(s) and remove the key FOB(s).

Thank you,

Alpine Police



April 6, 2020 Message:

From your Mayor and Council President,

We hope you are zealously protecting your, your family's and everyone's health by following the Federal and State COVID-19 guidelines.

We wish Alpine residents who have tested positive a speedy and full recovery.

The best source for information regarding testing and near daily updates of case totals by town is

We thank our Fire and EMS volunteers and our Police and Borough employees for their service in these extraordinarily trying times.








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