I’m Mayor Angie Devanney. Welcome to BH Better Together, where everyone is welcomed and respected. We put people and progress before politics, community priorities over the special interests of a few, and we eat, breathe and live purple. What IS purple? Purple is blue (Democrats) and red (Republican) coming together to work for the good of our residents.

About Mayor Devanney

Angie Devanney is the first female elected mayor of Berkeley Heights. Sworn in in January 2019, Mayor Devanney is supported by Democrats, Republicans and Independents alike – broad bipartisan support she strives to maintain and strengthen every day.


She previously served as Berkeley Heights Township Administrator from 2004-2007, and was was named Business Administrator of the Year in 2004 by the Regional Gateway Chamber of Commerce. In 2005, she was awarded the Women of Excellence Award in the area of Environmental Advocacy. She recently retired from serving as the Mountain Park PTO President, is currently the Secretary to the Berkeley Heights Police Athletic League (BH PAL), and a small business owner.

Angie gained vast knowledge of town operations and experience during her time as Township Administrator; she ran business operations, overseeing the departments of DPW Public Works, Engineering, Finance, Zoning/Construction and Public Safety. She is skilled at creating shared services; such as the agreement she reached with the County in IT and printing. Her experience and relationships in local, county and state government will allow Berkeley Heights to maximize grants funds and other resources. 

Angie is married to George Devanney and has two children: Ryan, a college freshman, and Abbey, a 7th grader at Columbia Middle School Elementary.

Media Corner

Click here to read the monthly “Mayor’s Corner” columns by Mayor Devanney in TAPinto Berkeley Heights

WATCH “Weekly Catchup” video interviews with Mayor Devanney and TAPinto Berkeley Heights Editor

April 9, 2021: Commencement of a project funded by the Safe Routes to Transit Grant and bulk pickup.

April 5, 2021: Update on Snyder Avenue Park and new trail opportunities in Berkeley Heights. 

March 13, 2021: Update on the indoor capacity increase effective Friday, March 19. 

March 6, 2021: Update on how the Biden stimulus bill impacts the Township of Berkeley Heights budget. 

February 28, 2021: Redevelopment Update