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|Reorganization Meeting is scheduled for January 1,
2015 at 11:45 in Borough Hall. All are welcome.
Decoration Contest Preliminary house judging is December 19, 20 and
21. The final judging is December 22. Residents should turn their lights on by
6 p.m. and leave them on until 10 p.m. for the judging. Contest sponsored by the
Mayor's Celebration Committee.
|Leaf season started October 20 - Ends December 14.
Keep leaves 10 feet from storm water drains. Leaves may be placed at the curb in
paper leaf bags or upright containers. Leaves in plastic bags will not be collected.
Limbs, branches and shrubs MAY NOT be combined with leaves. They must be bundled and
tied for separate branch collection. Last day to put leaves in the street is December 14.
See recycling calendar.
Keep fire hydrants free from snow. Do not throw snow into the street.
Calendar [in pdf format]
2014 Recycling Overview [in pdf
2014 Garbage Schedule [in pdf format]
The Recycling Center is open Monday - Friday from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
(Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays)
A satellite recycling drop-off is available the first Saturday of the month from 7 a.m. to
noon at the Boulevard and Central Avenue parking lot.
Effective January 1, 2010, regulations have changed in how various battery
types will be recycled. [Details]
|WebTrack allows residents to track aircraft at
Teterboro and NYC Area.
To track aircraft:[http://webtrak.bksv.com/panynj]
For details/backgrond: [http://www.panynj.gov/airports/webtrak.html]
Info tracks aircraft type, altitude and orgin/destination. Users can view noise data near
each airport. TEB noise data is in replay mode for the previous days (up to 90 days)
Users can submit noise complaints using WebTrack system. Services provided by
|Hasbrouck Heights 2014 Rent Leveling Ordinance [pdf]
Hasbrouck Heights 2013 Rent Leveling Ordinance [Copy]
Hasbrouck Heights 2012 Rent Leveling Ordinance [pdf]
|Illegal Sump Pump Connections
Sump pumps or drainage systems must not discharge into the sewer system either
directly, or into a sink or toilet. It's the law. [Details]
|For reassessment information from Appraisal Systems go to: www.asinj.com
|Garage Sale Rules [doc]
|Hasbrouck Heights Resolution #127 opposing the
enactment of the currently proposed Legislation disolving the Borough of Teterboro. [pdf format]
Join the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department
Join the Hasbrouck Heights EMS Squad
Free training. Call 201-288-0082
|Food Pantry Donations Requested
The food pantry shelves are becoming a little sparse. Here are some needed items:
beans, canned fruit, juices, pasta sauce, gravies, paper products, all kinds of soaps and
cleaning products, shampoo, toiletries, jelly, coffee, tea, cereal, powdered milk,
crackers, cookies and snacks. Call the Borough Clerks office for additional details
|About stormwater pollution (pdf) ·
Pooper Scooper Law (Word)
|Veterans Pavers Available
Remember a present or former Hasbrouck Heights Family Member or Friend who has
served in military service by placing an engraved paver in his/her name to be placed in
the Memorial Walkway located in Veterans Park on Terrace Avenue in Hasbrouck Heights.
The cost of purchasing a 4 x 8 inch paver is $50. To obtain an order form or for
more information please call the Borough Clerk at 201-288-0195.
|Borough Code [Click
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||Tree Lighting The Official Tree lighting was
held on November 28, immediately following the Chamber of Commerce Holiday Parade. [Photo and story]
||Memorial Vigil On Thursday, September 11,
2014 at 7 p.m. at the Firemen's and 9-11 Memorial Park, Hasbrouck Heights residents held a
Memorial Vigil reflection on the 13th Anniversary of September 11, 2001. [Photo and story]
||On Saturday, July 12, 2014, the Hasbrouck Heights Mayor and Council
and the DPW presented their new Elgin Street Sweeper. The towns 25 miles of road are
swept weekly, weather permitting. The new sweeper has better visibility, controls and
handling than the previous 1999 unit. [Photo & story]
||On Saturday April 5, 2014, Hasbrouck Heights held its 10th
"Shred-it Event." 7,860 pounds were shredded. 58,276 pounds have been
shredded since the program began in 2008. [Photo &
||Reorganization Meeting 2014
On January 1, 2014 at 11:45 a.m., a Sine Die Meeting was held to conclude 2013 business.
Upon the seating of council members, Mayor Rose Heck declared the 2014 Reorganization
Meeting in session. [Photo & story] [Mayor's Annual Message]
Administration: 320 Boulevard
Free Public Library: 320 Boulevard
Senior Citizen Center: 320 Boulevard
Police Department Operations: 248 Hamilton Avenue
Fire Department Operations: 248 Hamilton Avenue
Municipal Court: 248 Hamilton Avenue
Department of Public Works: Plant Road [Map]
Mayor & Council: 2nd & 4th Tuesday, 8:00 pm, 320 Boulevard
Board of Health: 2nd Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., 320 Boulevard
Library Board: 2nd Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., 320 Boulevard
Planning Board: First Wednesday, 8:00 p.m., 320 Boulevard
Municipal Court: Wednesday, 1:00 p.m., 248 Hamilton Avenue
Official newspapers for publishing Borough of Hasbrouck Heights notices are
The Record, The Herald News and The Observer.