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Overnight Parking rules are in effect until further notice.  Please go to  Borough Ordinances - Chapter VII Traffic for details.
Intergovernmental Affairs Advisory
Election Poll Workers Needed in Our Town! The Bergen County Board of Elections is currently recruiting poll workers. This important civic responsibility is open to all registered voters in Bergen County. It is vital to the democratic process to recruit and train reliable poll workers.
New!   New Milford NO KNOCK Ordinance: All residents of the Borough may register their names, address and/or unit/apartment number with the Borough Clerk to be placed on the No-Knock List, indicating that they do not want canvassers, distributors, solicitors, peddlers, tranient merchants or hawkers of any sort to approach their homes and/or seek contact with the occupants of the registered residence. Click links for NO KNOCK LIST REGISTRATION FORM and copy of Ordinance 2017:11.

Yellowbook's Bergen County North, NJ edition delivery is scheduled to begin 9/29/17 and run through 11/3/17.  Click here for info letter and opt-out link.
Sign up for Emergency phone alerts - click the Swift 911 link or here.

♦ Kennedy Field Report: Please click here to read the most recently amended draft of the Kennedy Field Report.

Proposed Mix Use Development Information

NM Redevelopment Associates submitted a letter and plans to members of the NM Planning Board on 7/14/17 regarding the Proposed Mix Use Development, Block 1309, Lot 1.02  Click this link for letter.  Click this link to view plans.
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    ♦ Engineers Traffic Report Review

Affordable Housing Compliance Options
United Water/Suez Site - click here
DEP No Further Action Letter - click here
NMRA Settlement Agreement
FINAL - click here   EXHIBITS - click here

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - the newly formed Recreation Advisory Board is looking for volunteers (click here for duties). Interested parties should submit a letter/resume outlining their qualifications to the Borough Administrator either in person or by email.

PSE&G - SCAM ALERT! Beware of Payment Scams!
PSE&G - Programs to Help you Pay your Bill  and Save on Energy

Home Energy Assistance / Universal Service Fund / Weatherization Assistance
2017 BCUA Household Hazardous Waste Collection Dates / Sites
New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™
Your Power to Save

Join the thousands of New Jersey homeowners, businesses and municipalities that have taken advantage of incentives offered by New Jersey's Clean Energy Program™. These programs provide opportunities for you to save energy, money and help protect our climate and shoreline. New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program strives to encourage and transform the way New Jersey consumes and manages its energy usage.  Click here to learn more about how you can participate and watch your savings add up!

Student Recycling Decal Design Contest Winners Announced

The Borough recently sponsored a recycling decal design contest for their three newly purchased recycling collection trucks.The competition was an opportunity for students from Berkley Street, and Gibbs Elementary Schools and the David E. Owens Middle School to use their imagination and creatively to express their understanding of the importance to reduce, reuse and recycle! Click on image for all the winning designs.
Click here for pictures of the winners with with the new trucks!
Two winning designs were selected from each school with three runner-ups. 
1st place winners from B.F. Gibbs Elementary School are: Erin Grady, Grade 4 and Ashleigh Stormer, Grade 3. Runner-up is: Keira McClaskey, Grade 4.
1st place winners from Berkley Elementary School are: Katie Kim, Grade 5 and Sukaina Fatima, Grade 4. Runner-up is: Marta Aptciauri, Grade 4.
1st place winners from David E. Owens Middle School are: Zaina Abbas, Grade 8 and Ianah Gallego, Grade 7. Runner-up is: Brandy Stormer, Grade 6.
The winning designs were turned into decals, which were placed on the sides of the trucks.  Beside each decal will be the name of the student’s school with the words, “Designed by a Student from: (name of school).” The newly decorated trucks debuted in the Borough’s Memorial Day Parade and will be on the trucks for a period of one year.  Another competition will then be held.

A full house of 28 New Milford residents took part in a “Build Your Own Rain Barrel” event on March 11th. 
The program was well received and participants, including Mayor Subrizi and Recycling Coordinator Julia Burdge, engaged in the process of building rain barrels with Jason and Alex, Ambassadors to  the Hackensack Riverkeeper Coalition.

Visit our photo gallery page for more pictures from this event.

NMPD Construction Phase 2 Photo Gallery
      (Click image to view)

GBCA Lead Remediation Program          

The GBCA was recently awarded a grant to do FREE lead remediation in one and two family homes.  This program is open to anyone who qualifies and needs it.  Both tenants and homeowners can qualify.  The income limit is 80% of the area median income, which for a household of 1 person is $47,000 per year, for 2 it is $53,700 annually, etc.  There is also Categorical Eligibility; that is, a household is eligible regardless of the family income if at least one person in the household receives at least one of the following benefits:  SSI, TANF, Food Stamps or an Adoption Subsidy. To find our if you qualify for this program CALL  973-910-2500. Click here for more information

On March 2nd  Mayor Subrizi, Police Chief Ramaci and Rec Director John Heinemann read to children of Gibbs and Berkley schools in honor of Dr. Seuss’ Birthday. 
The more that you read, the more things you will know.The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go”  Dr. Seuss

Bergen Aging & Disability Resource Connection

Established in 1966 with funding through the Older Americans Act, the Bergen County Division of Senior Services has been serving Bergen County's older adults for 50 years. We provide FREE aging information, screenings,and referrals for older adults (60 and older) and their caregivers. Our mission is to help Bergen County older adults, especially those that are homebound or who are frail and/or vulnerable, remain safe, connected, healthy, and involved by offering assistance and suggesting programs that would enable our older population to successfully age in place. Click here for more

The New Milford Environmental & Energy Commission is seeking input from any residents interested in participating in a Community Garden. If you have an interest, please email the Commission & provide your name and contact information or call Lauren Maehrlein at 201-265-6872

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Protecting New Jerseyans from Lead in Water

This program is FREE to all New Milford residents who have loved ones with certain disabilities. The Safely Back Home program is designed to provide additional peace of mind for: Parents of children (any age) with Autism, Down Syndrome, or other cognitive disabilities or people with family members that suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, Dementia, or other disabilities that involve wandering, routinely falling and/or becoming unconscious.  Safely Back Home information.

Statewide Respite Care Program - Openings Available

What is the Respite Care Program?

This program established by Chapter 119 of the Public Law in 1987, is designed to provide relief and support to the unpaid caregivers of frail elderly and disabled adults. The Program provides services for elderly and functionally impaired person to relieve their caregivers of the stress arising from the responsibility of providing daily care. Services in Bergen County are coordinated by the Bergen County Department of Human Services, Division on Disability Services through funds provided by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services.  See if you qualify and apply today.

New Milford Social Media Policy

An estimated 4,000 to 5,000 firefighters from as far as Baltimore filled this tiny, heart-shaped town Friday to pay their final respects to Barnas, a testament both to him and to the strong bonds that connect all firefighters. - See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/news/A_heros_funeral_for_Wallington_fire_captain_Greg_Barnas.html#sthash.I1a3kITH.dpuf
An estimated 4,000 to 5,000 firefighters from as far as Baltimore filled this tiny, heart-shaped town Friday to pay their final respects to Barnas, a testament both to him and to the strong bonds that connect all firefighters. - See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/news/A_heros_funeral_for_Wallington_fire_captain_Greg_Barnas.html#sthash.I1a3kITH.dpuf
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