Daniel H. Pronti was elected Mayor of North Arlington in 2018. He was previously elected to the Borough Council three times, by the voters of North Arlington. During his tenure in local government, Dan has implemented numerous programs, sponsored many events, and organized various groups. He has a vision for North Arlington, which he continues to push forth.
His current term of office expires January 1, 2021.
Dan made North Arlington his home when he married his wife Tammy, in 1998. Dan’s daughter, Alessandra, has gone through the North Arlington public schools and was always active in Recreation and High School Sports.
A Law Enforcement Professional, Dan was a highly decorated Police Officer and served the Montclair Police Department as both a Police Officer and a Sergeant before retiring in 2010.
During Dan’s Law Enforcement career, he served as PBA State Delegate for nine years and is a proud Gold Life Member of the New Jersey State PBA. Dan is also a life member of the Italian American Police Society of New Jersey. He has served on the Pedestrian and Parking Safety Committee for the Township of Montclair, where he learned the appropriate strategies needed to keep both residents and motorists safe.
In North Arlington, Dan has served on the Zoning Board of Adjustments and has coached both Soccer and Softball. He has dedicated his time and efforts into making sure all youth programs remain instrumental in North Arlington. Dan has been, and always will be a huge supporter of all North Arlington Sports.
Dan has strong family values. He and his family are parishioners of Queen of Peace Church in North Arlington.
After retiring from the Police Department, Dan began a career in Real Estate. He currently holds the title of Realtor Associate and works at Century 21 Gold Advantage. This knowledge and insight is where Dan gets his drive to keep property taxes down and property values up.
Dan has always shown a strong sense of “Community” and will continue making North Arlington a great place to live, shop, and own a business.
Dan can be contacted at Borough Hall (201) 991-6060; or through his Facebook page: Click Here.