Recreation Department

Goals


The Borough of Edgewater Recreation Department and Advisory Council is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of its residents. Our aim is to foster a sense of community through recreation by providing safe and fun recreational programs, areas, facilities, and services of the highest quality.

We hope that our web page helps you find information about our programs, areas, facilities, and staff. Please feel free to stop by the community center during our hours of operation to see our wonderful community center and meet our excellent staff. We are always looking for new ideas so if you have any suggestions please let us know.

GENERAL RECREATION INFORMATION


Recreation Department Phone Number: (201) 943-1700 ext 6003

Youth Activity Staff Contact Information

 

Jilliane Sullivan         Ext.  6003                                     JillS@edgewaternj.org

A’Jahn Huggins        Ext.  6012    Ahuggins@edgewaternj.org

Jen Franjul              Ext.  6013    JFranjul@edgewaternj.org


Volunteer


The Recreation Department is always looking for Volunteers. If you would like to Volunteer please call 201-943-1700, ext. 6001.

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Center will be Closed:     

New Year’s Day            Martin Luther King, Jr. Day   
Presidents Day             Good Friday  
Super Bowl                   Memorial Day  
Independence Day        Labor Day
Columbus Day              Election Day
Veterans Day                Thanksgiving Day & Day After       
       Christmas Eve PM & Christmas Day

Parents, please visit the site, view the information, and share it widely with other parents, coaches, umpires, and youth recreation leaders.

American youths sustain between 1.1 million and 1.9 million sports or recreation related concussions every year, according to a study published in the journal, Pediatrics. Concussions in the U.S. rose 143% among 10 to 14 year olds and 87% among 15 to 19 year olds from 2007 to 2014. Sports rank 2nd (behind only motor vehicle crashes) as the leading cause of traumatic brain injury among people aged 15 to 24.

To combat this serious trend, the MEL has added a link to several resources from the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey for parents and coaches of young athletes on its website, https://njmel.org/mel-safety-institute/resource-center/public-safety/sports/