Celgene to Buy Merck Property

Celgene has contracted to puchase the Merck Compound on Morris Avenue.

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Mayor Dickson's Instagrams

The Office!
18 hours 3 min ago
Summit rocks the stage, twist contest!
2 days 16 hours ago
Bubbles at theFirst Aid Squad dedication.
2 days 23 hours ago
Bicycling parade judging about to start!
3 days 3 hours ago
Oyster beds, Crowe's Pasture.
5 days 17 hours ago
Rules, rules, rules.
5 days 20 hours ago
Gorgeous blue hydrangeas.
5 days 20 hours ago
Electric bikes, too lazy?!
1 week 1 hour ago
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Other Top News

Great Turnout for Party at the Dump!

The Party at the dump was had a great turnout, with an estimated 300 people taking part in the festivities.

Mayor Dickson's One Minute Video for Monday, June 15, 2015

Learn more about the Police Department food and household goods drive for Family Promise.

Ellen Quoted in NJBiz Article on Downtown Retail

In an article which appeared in the June 1, 2015 edition of NJBiz, Ellen was quoted extensively in an article a

Summit Downtown Designated as Historic District

Summit Downtown gets an Historic Designation from the Federal and States

Summit High School Ranked One of the Best

A new report ranks Summit High School amongst the top in the State and in the Country.

Mayor Dickson Establishes Office Hours

Mayor Dickson has established some new office hours at City Hall.

The State of the City 2015

Ellen Dickson delivers the State of the City of Summit Nj address for 2015 on January 6, 2015

From Merck to a High Line park for Summit, Mayor Dickson presents the City's year ahead.

Summit Conservancy Written Up in NJ.COM

The Summit Conservancy had a nice writeup in the Independent Press, which was posted on NJ.COM.

Ellen Calls for End to County Government

Summit Mayor Ellen Dickson

At the League of Municipalities, Ellen asks the NJ $64,000 question.

Get to Know Your Mayor

Ellen Dickson holds a Masters in Business Administration from Babson College and an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. She and her husband Chip raised three children, all of whom graduated from the Summit public schools system.