PSEG will be working on streets in North Haledon replacing old gas pipes with new, durable, plastic and/ or coated steel piping. Click here for more information and FAQs.
On or about April 6, 2016, milling and paving will begin on Dorothy Drive, Ballentine Drive and Springbrook Avenue. Click here for more information.
Haledon Water Customers: Please be advised that the Manchester Utilities Authority will be commencing its Annual Spring Hydrant Flushing. Monday thru Thursday beginning Monday April 25th, 2016 between the hours of 8:00 am and 12:00 am. The flushing program is expected to continue for approximately four weeks ending May 20th, 2016. These are many of the steps we are taking to improve the quality of our water. During this time you may experience decreased water pressure and discolored water.
Plots still available for the Community Garden. Click here for details.
American Legion Post 428 is looking for new members. Interested? Call Al 973-427-6968.
Many residents have been questioning why there are different flag markings on or around their property. Click here for a few FAQs from PSEG.
The State of New Jersey is looking for the biggest trees in New Jersey. The Mayor is looking to see if we have any big trees in the Borough of North Haledon that should be included in the State's list of big trees. Letter from Mayor. Articles regarding State of New Jersey big tree search "North Jersey article click here" and "State of New Jersey Tree Registry click here"
Due to the ongoing presence and transmission of Zika Virus please be advised that pregnant women should avoid traveling to the following countries listed below. If a pregnant woman must travel then measures to protect against mosquito bites must be taken. Such measures include the use of long sleeve shirts and long pants, use of mosquito repellents and Permethrin - treated mosquito nets. It is also advisable to see your doctor before and after travel. In addition, all those who have traveled to the countries listed should not donate blood for a period of at least 28 days.
Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Curacao, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Martin, Suriname, US Virgin Islands, Venezuela, American Samoa, Samoa, Tonga, Cape Verde.
Recycling and Garbage should be put out the night before! Pickup times could vary by week.
Missed Stops? If your garbage or recycling was missed call Suburban Disposal 973-675-5451.
The Borough of North Haledon now has a permanent drug drop box in their police department headquarters lobby for citizens to safely dispose of expires, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. Click here for more information.
Ramapo Bear Warning- Click here for details
Information and precautions to take if you observe a coyote. Click here for information from the NJDEP, Division of Fish and Wildlife. If you observe coyotes in the daytime that show no fear of humans or if a coyote attacks a person, immediately contact your local police and the Division of Fish and Wildlife at 908-735-8793; outside of normal business hours call the DEP Hotline at 877-WARN-DEP.
Brush/Branch Drop Off
Brush and branches no bigger than 6 inches in diameter and 6 feet long can be dropped off at the recycling center. No trees or bases of trees will be picked up curbside, nor will they be accepted at the recycling center. Brush/branch drop off is only permitted on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Tree Branch Removal
If a tree fell on your property, it is your responsibility as the property owner, to have the tree removed by contacting a tree contractor. No trees or bases of trees will be picked up curbside, nor will they be accepted at the recycling center.