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Our Township is named for the Passaic River waterfall that formerly spilled downstream from the dam in front of the Beattie Mill.
Little Falls can trace its heritage back to 1711. Its 2.8 square miles, now home to a population of about 15,000, are bounded by the communities of Montclair, Wayne, Cedar Grove, Woodland Park, Totowa, North Caldwell, Fairfield and Clifton.

You may visit the Little Falls Township, New Jersey's website to find more information on the town.

Click here for Township Ordinances.


Disaster Preparedness Resources
Additional resources can be found in the library.
National Flood Insurance Program
Flood Smart Program Information
Disaster Assistance
NJ Office of Emergency Management
  Prepare Your Kit
  Floods and Flash Floods
Office of Disaster Assistance
Passaic River Flood Level
New Jersey State Library Guide Resources for Emergency Management

Passaic County Tourism, NJ

Discover what Passaic County has to offer from things to do to vendors and venues.

Genealogy & Local History
The PALS Plus Reference Committee is Pleased to Offer:
 Passaic County, New Jersey Genealogy & Local History.
Click HERE to find out all of the different ways you can access your history.

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