Saddle Brook Township Clerk

The Township Clerk's Office is responsible for the agendas, resolutions, minutes of meetings and ordinances for the Township Council, for all Elections, for voter registration, various licenses and is the liaison between the residents and the Township Council.

The Township Clerk serves as Secretary to the Municipal Corporation and Custodian of the Township Seal and Records Manager.

Peter Lo Dico, R.M.C, C.M.C, C.M.R.

Email :
Phone :   201-587-2909
Fax :         201-587-2908
Hours :    Monday to Friday   8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

 Council Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Click here for meeting agendas and minutes

Click here for Township Holidays (Offices Closed)


The following items are handled through the Clerk’s Office.

  • Garage Sale Permits
  • Request for Public Records (OPRA)
  • Voter Registration Forms
  • Vote by Mail Ballot Request Forms (Absentee Ballot)
  • Raffle Applications

Downloadable forms and applications can be found here.

Click here for downloadable forms and applications.

Forms for the following additional items can be obtained at the Clerk’s Office. For information regarding these applications please contact the Clerk’s Office at 201-587-2901:

  • Liquor License Applications
  • Business Licenses
  • Towing Applications
  • Mobile Food Vendor Applications

When the voting age was lowered from 21 to 18 in 1971, Pete ran for the Saddle Brook Board of Education and was elected at the age of 18 in 1972. He served a total of 5 years on the Board of Education, chairing committees and being selected by the Board as Vice President and twice as President, making him, at that time, the youngest School Board President in the United States.

Pete was selected by the Saddle Brook Township Council in 1976 to fill a vacant Council seat. He served on the Council for a total of 5½ years, and also served as Council President. In 1985, Pete was elected Mayor of the Township of Saddle Brook and served for 4 years. During that time he also served on both the Library Board and the Planning Board.

Pete was appointed Township Clerk on January 1, 1997 and has held the position since then. He also serves as the Township Administrator and as the Mayor’s Alternate to the Library Board.