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The Veterans Assistance Project (VAP) is a voluntary referral service for veterans who come in contact with the court system and who may be in need of veterans services from their local Veterans Service Office. The goal is to get services and support to improve the quality of life for the men, women, and families who have made sacrifices in the defense of the United States. Available services can include mental health counseling, addiction services, legal services, and housing.
Please complete the Request for the Services and Benefits Referral Form: pdf Veterans Assistance Project (41 KB) and mail, fax or bring it to our office. If you are mailing or faxing your request, please include CLEAR contact information in order for the court to contact you regarding your request.
For additional information on these services contact us at (201) 391-5701.
The judge, court administrator or a police officer may suggest that the parties in a conflict try to settle their differences through mediation. This is a confidential process, which allows the parties to meet with a trained mediator who will aid them in resolving their dispute. You may request mediation before your court date or instead of filing a formal complaint, and the court will decide if your case is eligible. Neighborhood disputes are often resolved best through mediation.
To file a request, download and submit the pdf Records Request Court (62 KB) form
Except where prohibited by Supreme Court rule or by statue, the following types of records are available within our court:
- Copies of complaints
- Copies of case documents
- Certified Dispositions
To obtain these records, please complete PART A and PART D of the Records Request Form and mail, fax or bring it to our office. If you are mailing or faxing your request, please include CLEAR contact information in order for the court to provide you with total cost for your request.
There is a fee of $5 for a certified disposition, 5₡ per copy of a regular page, and 7₡ per copy of a legal page. This payment MUST be received before records are released.
For additional information on obtaining copies of records contact us at (201) 391-5701.
The Montvale Free Public Library was founded in 1975 and is housed in the Montvale Borough Hall building at 12 Mercedes Drive. The mission of the Montvale Free Public Library is to provide modern library resources and services necessary to meet the evolving educational, recreational and informational needs of the public, thus enhancing individual and community life. The Library also offers lectures, workshops, book discussions and other activities to the public, along with special programs for children. Susan Ruttenber is Library Director, working full-time under the guidance of the Library Board of Trustees.
Montvale Library patrons may access materials from over 77 libraries belonging to the Bergen County Cooperative Library System.