Parks Maintenance

Caring for our ParksPARKS Coytesville 2

Fort Lee's beautiful parks host a wide variety of activities and events throughout the year ranging from community-wide cultural events to individuals relaxing in their favorite park. The Parks Department is responsible for the cleanliness and maintenance of the parks, and other public areas, including lawn cutting and leaf removal. Parks are inspected every morning to make sure all is order. We kindly ask that residents make full use of the trash receptacles, and please, do not dump your household refuse at any park. Any person caught disposing of garbage in one of the Borough's parks will be ino dumpingssued a fine by the Fort Lee Police Department.

For a listing of Fort Lee's parks, click here.

REQUESTING A FIELD OR PARK

To Request or Use a Field or Park, please contact Cheryl Westeyn at 201-592-3500 x2505 or C-Westeyn@fortleenj.org.

LOCAL RECREATIONAL SPACE

The Borough of Fort Lee also offers residents a selection of additional open spaces, including:

  • Abbott Boulevard Island
  • Anderson Avenue Triangle
  • Christopher Columbus Memorial Park
  • Main Street Triangle

FORT LEE DOG PARKPARKS Dog Park

1500 Stillwell Avenue,
William Birch Park



COMMUNITY GARDENS


Garden at William Birch Park
1500 Stillwell Avenue, by Dog Park

Garden at 15th Street 
(Carmelo Luppino Dr. Memorial Garden)
Located on the corner of Palisade Blvd and 15th Street, next to The Charlton Condominiums.

To apply for a plot in one of our beautiful gardens, please click here.

 15th Street GardenSUSTAINABLE FL - Garden 1


STATE PARKS

(Please note: the Borough of Fort Lee does not have any jurisdiction over these areas.)