A quick guide

Leonia, New Jersey, was settled in 1668 by Dutch and English farmers, making it one of the oldest communities in the state and county. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough population was 8,937. See the Wikipedia article.

The town is governed by the Mayor and six member Council. See the Borough web site for information about meetings, Committees and the Municipal Code.

Learn about Leonia issues by joining local email lists:
Leonia Talks - Leonia Talks is a community listserv that allows members to communicate with one another on subjects ranging from local issues, to inquiries about where to find goods and services, to notices of events and anything else that concerns the fabric and well-being of the town.
Leonia Mom to Mom - The mission of this list is to connect families to each other one mom (and dad) at a time. A companion calendar has a listing of things-to-do in and around our area.
Leonia Action Alliance - This group is for residents of Leonia and nearby towns in NJ to organize, share ideas and take action to protect human rights and stand up against injustice.
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See Leonia Online for a listing of websites and blogs related to Leonia, New Jersey