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Montclair Township

Safety & Code Enforcement
Township of Montclair Municipal Building
205 Claremont Avenue
Montclair, NJ 07042

Deputy Chief Thomas Diveny
973-509-5703
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Code Enforcement main number: 973-509-5703

Code Enforcement Officers:

Patrick Ciancitto
973-744-1400 x 6345
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Kathleen Kumanyika
973-744-1400 x 6342
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Keven Dorsey
973-744-1400 x 6343
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As of August 2011 the Safety and Code Enforcement office falls under the direction of the Montclair Fire Department and is headed by Deputy Chief Thomas Diveny.

The Code Enforcement office continues to focus on ensuring and improving the quality of life of all Montclair residents through enforcement of related provisions with the Code of the Township of Montclair, Essex County rules and regulations, and NJ Statewide requirements.



Montclair Code Enforcement Officials Outfitted with New Uniforms PDF Print E-mail

Code Enforcement officials Kevin Dorsey, Kathleen Kumanyika, and Patrick Ciancito with Code Enforcement division head Fire Deputy Chief Tom Diveny

Montclair's Code Enforcement officials recently received new uniforms -- forest green polo shirts and khaki cargo pants. They will also have uniform winter jackets and long-sleeve shirts for cold weather. Pictured above are officials Kevin Dorsey, Kathleen Kumanyika, and Patrick Ciancitto with Code Enforcement division head Fire Deputy Chief Tom Diveny.

 
Vacant Property Ordinance Now in Effect PDF Print E-mail

A recently-adopted ordinance requiring vacant residential properties to be listed with the Township went into effect September 1 of this year (See CHAPTER 249 - PROPERTY, VACANT AND ABANDONED).

The new ordinance states that any residential building that is not legally occupied and is in an uninhabitable condition will be deemed vacant and must be registered with the Township. This includes properties that have current construction permits and are in such condition that they cannot legally be occupied without repairs or rehabilitation.

VACANT PROPERTY REGISTRATION FORM (Includes Vacant Building Monthly Inspection Form)

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Leaf Blower Use Information PDF Print E-mail

According the Department of Code Enforcement, the operation of leaf blowers in the Township is limited to the periods March 1 through June 30 and October 1 through December 15.

For more information, contact the Department of Administration & Code Enforcement at 973-509-5703.