Woodland Park Begins Utilizing Online Registration System For Recreation Department


WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Borough of Woodland Park has begun utilizing an online registration and payment management system for its Recreation Department, starting with its annual holiday movie next month.

The Borough Council on Oct. 18 approved a one-year contract to to provide Community Pass service.

The system will allow the Borough to have online event and activity registration for Recreation Department events. For those activities with a fee, such as summer camp, the system accepts credit cards and checks, eliminating the need for parents to have to visit Borough Hall for registration.

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The program will also provide electronic program organization and participant information and a quick way to provide notifications to registrants of an event, such as an event cancellation.

The Borough's annual holiday movie will be Disney Pixar's "Coco," on Saturday, Dec. 2. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Movie begins at 9 a.m. sharp. at AMC Lowes's Theatre across from Willowbrook Mall in Wayne. Cost to attend is a new, unwrapped toy for the town toy drive. The snack stand will be open.

This event is for Woodland Park residents only. Parents must register their child online via Community Pass. Visit to set up an account and register.




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