The Borough of Fort Lee is an influential municipality located along the eastern border of Bergen County in NJ, and situated on the Hudson River. Read here about the Borough's diverse culture and significant history.
Learn about the steps you take to make sure you are safe before, during and after an emergency or natural disaster. These plans are important for your safety in both natural disasters and man-made disasters.
Access information about the Fort Lee Board of Education, the corporate body that oversees and manages the Fort Lee public school district's affairs, personnel and properties. School board members are elected by the residents of Fort Lee.
The Business District Alliance of Fort Lee (BDA) is a non-profit organization, in partnership with the Borough of Fort Lee to revitalize and promote the Main Street Shopping Corridor. Our objective is to create an environment where people will shop and live, for retailers to grow and thrive; by creating a vital community experience for all, visitors and residents alike.
The Chamber fosters quality relationships among businesses by providing ongoing networking opportunities. This enhances member visibility and promotes commerce in our communities. We are your resource portal for business information and connections in Northern Bergen County.
A 33-acre cliff-top park area with scenic overlooks, a reconstructed Revolutionary War encampment, and a Visitor Center, the entrance to Fort Lee Historic Park is on Hudson Terrace immediately south of the George Washington Bridge.
Learn about the history of Fort Lee, from the first settlers - the Lenni Lanape tribe - through George Washington's use of the site in 1776 as an encampment opposite Fort Washington at the northern end of Manhattan.
Find links to pay your taxes, court matters including traffic tickets or municipal complaints, pay a parking ticket, or pay for any number of local utilities, including gas & electric, water and cable providers.