Chairperson - Thomas Ott
Vice CHairperson - Jessica Zelenak
James Freda - Mayor
William Yado - Council Liaison
Karen Iuele - Borough Clerk,RMC
The Emerald Ash Borer is in Kinnelon and destroying native Ash trees. Below are some helpful links to assist homeowners in identifying this invasive pest and how to save your Ash trees.
Homeowners Risk Alert: Are Your Ash Trees a Victim of the Emerald Ash Borer?
USDA:NCRC & New Jersey Audubon Society Fact Sheet: Emerald Ash Borer
New Jersey Department of Agriculture: Emerald Ash Borer
What to do with infected Ash Tree wood?
The Spotted Lanternfly is in Kinnelon. Help squash and crunch this invasive pest!
“Scrape and squash the inch-long egg masses of the invasive spotted lanternfly from tree trunks, rocks and hardscape to prevent swarms this spring. Watch this video for a demo. Stop by Rutgers Cooperative Extension in Morris Township for a SLF card, or use any plastic card. Scrape 'em into a plastic bag with hand sanitizer for good measure.” – from This Week in Morris County newsletter.
Enjoy Kinnelon’s Unique Open Space and Environment
Interested to check out what Kinnelon has to offer for hiking trails? Download and save these maps and check out the unique open space and environment that Kinnelon has to offer! Please remember to practice “Leave No Trace” outdoor ethic.
Silas Condict Park – White trail
Silas Condict Park – Larger map w/ all trails
- ANJEC - Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions
- Sustainable Jersey
- Kinnelon Borough Tree Ordinance
- Know the Bear Facts
- ANJEC - Open Space Is A Good Investement
- Kinnelon Open Space and Recreation Plan ( 2012)
- Kinnelon Open Space & Recreation Plan (2005)
- Kinnelon Greenway Map (Draft Jan '05)
- Kinnelon Land Use Map (Draft Jan '05)
- Kinnelon Topographic & Watershed Map
- Kinnelon 2013 ERI Update
- Recreation & Open Space Inventory
- Open Space & Recreation 2022 Plan Update