Board Elections

Click here to view the Sunshine Law Meeting Notice from the County of Bergen Board of Elections, June 18, 2020.

The Annual School Election to vote for candidates for the Ridgewood Board of Education will be included with the General Election on November 2, 2021. The Elections Division Supervisor has advised that there has not yet been a determination in regards to how the General Election voting procedures will be conducted at this time.  We will update this information once it becomes available.


Click here to view the sample ballot.

Click here to visit the New Jersey Division of Elections home page.

Click here to view the Vote-by-Mail instructions.

Click here for voter registration information and to download registration forms. 

Three Board seats, each with a three-year term, will be on the ballot.

A list of candidates for the Board of Education will be listed here once finalized.

The State’s General Election Timeline can be found here:

Click here for more information on the NJSBA website for Becoming a School Board Member Candidate Kit.

The deadline for submission of 2021 November election nominating petitions is Monday, July 26, 2021 before 4:00 p.m. to the Bergen County Clerk’s Election Division at One Bergen County Plaza, Room 130, Hackensack, NJ.

Interested residents may download the nominating petition here. You may also pick up a hard copy of the nominating petition either at the Office of the Board Secretary at the Education Center, 49 Cottage Place, Ridgewood or at the Bergen County Clerk’s Election Division at One Bergen County Plaza, Room 130, Hackensack. 

Links to pertinent information about the requirements and responsibilities of Board members may also be found below. 

Additional resources from NJSBA


Click here for information on how to become a School Board Member and Frequently Asked Questions.


Running for School Board? Click here for ten things you should know. 


Serving on the Board of Education Information


Click here for Fundamentals of School Board Membership.


Click here for 13 Things School Board Members Wish People Knew About Them.