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Danielle Ireland-Imhof is honored to serve as the County Clerk of Passaic County, New Jersey. The County Clerk is an elected office established by the New Jersey Constitution and carries a five-year term. Elected in 2018, Danielle oversees her office’s delivery of a variety of services including the document recording for all property transactions in Passaic County’s 16 municipalities (such as land title deeds and mortgages), processing passport applications, administering notary oaths and services, issuing veterans’ identification cards, processing vote by mail ballots, compiling election results and, certifying the results of all elections within the County to the New Jersey Secretary of State. Her office is one that is sure to be utilized at some point by all who reside or do business in Passaic County.
A lifelong resident of New Jersey, Danielle earned her undergraduate degree from Rutgers University on a full academic scholarship, and later received her Master’s in Public Administration, with highest distinction, also from Rutgers University. Additionally, she holds her New Jersey state license as a Registered Municipal Clerk. Danielle Ireland-Imhof has been recognized by Insider NJ as a “Millennial to Watch”, she is a recipient of numerous recognitions celebrating individuals advancing the public sector, she has published work in the New Jersey Municipal Management Association’s professional publication, and is frequently invited to speak on public service leadership and public sector responsibilities to both private and public sector audiences. Ms. Ireland-Imhof takes great pride in serving the public with excellence, integrity and practicality and is grateful to continue her family legacy of public service. She attributes her passion for providing essential services and quality of life enhancements to her parents and grandparents as guiding examples during her formative years. Danielle truly appreciates the opportunity to serve and strives to consistently personify good government.