MARCH 30, 2015 AT 4:00 PM IS THE DEADLINE FOR FILING A PETITION FOR THE
JUNE PRIMARY. PRIMARY ELECTION DAY IS TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2015.
POLLS OPEN AT 6:00 AM UNTIL 8:00 PM.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL 201-784-2965.
NY Classical Players
March 28, 8pm
Chodae Community Church
REMINDER TO PET OWNERS: LICENSES DUE
All dogs and cats in
the Borough of Norwood are required to be licensed. Licenses must be
renewed prior to January 31, 2015. Pet owners who do not obtain a
license by March 1, 2015 must pay a $10.00 late fee. Renewal forms will
be mailed to all residents. You may also obtain a form by
If your animal’s rabies vaccination expires prior to November 1,
2015, your pet must be re-vaccinated before a 2015 license can be
Beginning Monday, April 6, 2015 through Monday, October 26, 2015 Miele
Sanitation will undertake the pick-up of yard waste every Monday
throughout the town.
Grass clippings must
be placed curbside in a container (30 gal. size maximum) the night
before. Grass clippings may not be placed in plastic bags,
biodegradable are acceptable. You can pick up biodegradable bags at the
The removal of debris resulting from landscaping services shall be the
responsibility of the landscaper and no such debris shall be placed at
the curb for collection, swept or deposited into any public and/or
private street and/or residence or left on any given property (Borough
Ordinance No. 02:09).
Brush, Tree Limbs
and Small Logs:
Brush pick-up will
be weekly. Please place curbside with the cuttings all facing the same
way. Do Not Block the Sidewalks! Keep brush separate from all other
Presently, the DPW does not have
any wood chips or wood mulch.
2015 Computer/Electronic Recycling, Tire Recycling
and Paper Shredding Events from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM rain or shine – Bergen
Community College, Saturday, April 18, 2015.
Sunday, April 26, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
at Bergen Community College, Paramus Road, Paramus. This event is Rain
Acceptable Materials for BCUA Collections:
1. Aerosol Cans
4. Blacktop Sealer
6. Disinfectants, drain cleaners
8. Fire Extinguishers
9. Fluorescent Light Bulbs
10. Gasoline/Kerosene/Lighter Fluid
11. Oil Filters
12. Paints & Varnishes - all types
13. Pesticides, Herbicides/Insecticides
14. Propane gas cylinders
15. Solvents & thinners
17. Used Motor Oil
Unacceptable Material for HHW Collection:
1. Unlabeled wastes or containers with
2. Regulated medical waste, radioactive
materials and explosives
3. Containers larger than 5 gallons
4. Compressed cylinders (oxygen or acetylene)
5. Pressure treated lumber or railroad ties
6. Alkaline batteries (dispose in normal
Fox Hill Manor
Fox Hill Manor is a 94 unit condominium
complex for senior citizens 55 and older. It is located on
D'Ercole Court off of McClellan Street. Applications are now being
accepted for one-bedroom re-sale units. Please call 201-784-3536,
to obtain an application form and additional information.
The Borough of
Norwood requires that anyone holding a garage sale, lawn sale, attic
sale, rummage sale, estate sale or any other type of sale in residential
zones obtain a permit from the Borough Clerk's Office. The permit is
valid for two consecutive days, is limited to one/quarter at any given
address and the fee is $5.00/day. Garage Sales are limited to the hours
of 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. All signs must be removed within 48 hours
after the last day of the sale. You may download an
PV MEALS ON WHEELS
PV Meals on Wheels in a
non-profit organization available to all individuals that live alone,
cannot drive, shop or cook for themselves.
They provide 2 nutritious meals;
a hot one (consisting of a protein, starch and vegetable) and a
sandwich, 2 milks, a dessert and fruit.
Special dietary needs are
accommodated such as lactose intolerant, low sodium or low sugar. There
is a fee of $7.35 a day. The mission of this organization is to improve
health, reduce isolation and promote a better quality of life. If anyone
would like this service or would like to volunteer, please call
201-358-0050 or visit
www.pvmealsonwheels.com for more information.
Church of the Holy Communion, 66 Summit Street has started a Food
Pantry. Hours of Operation are the third Thursday of every month
from 6-8:30 PM and the following Saturday from 9-11:30 AM
Donations of Gift cards to supermarkets, money or non-perishable food is
greatly appreciated. The following are drop off points:
The Church of the Holy Communion and Episcopal Child Care
Services, 66 Summit Street; Immaculate Conception Church, 211 Summit
Street; The Presbyterian Church of Norwood, 701 Broadway; St. Andrews
Episcopal Church, 31 Lyn St., Harrington Park; Norwood Borough Hall, 455
Broadway; Norwood Senior Center, 453 Broadway and Northvale Borough
Hall, 116 Paris Ave., Northvale. Look for their brochure at all
As of January 1, 2011, the Electronic Waste
Act, states that "Covered Electronic Devices" are no
longer permitted to
be disposed of as solid waste. The following are no longer
permitted to be placed at the curb for pick up: Televisions & Computer
Monitors: Laptops & Desktop Computers and Telephones with a video
display over 4 inches. The DPW announces that they now have a container behind the DPW Building to
collect all electronic equipment. Please place your unwanted or
broken items into the dumpster. Or call 201-767-7200 ext. 26 to
schedule a curbside pick-up on the 3rd Wednesday of every month.
Recently the Norwood Police Department has joined with a
company called Nixle to
provide text alerts to cell phones and emails to
computers or PDA's, to add another way of alerting our residents with
information. The Norwood Police has had reverse 911 for a couple
of years, but didn't have the ability to make cellular text alerts or
mass email warnings. Now residents can be at work or on vacation
and still get news or information concerning Norwood. In order to
receive this new service, the resident goes to
and logs onto the service. This service doesn't cost Norwood
anything and the resident's information remains private and won't be
used for anything other than Norwood alerts. Should there be any
questions, please call Chief Jeffrey Krapels office at 201-784-2964.
Leroy S. Mead Post III, Closter, NJ will destroy U.S. Flags no longer
serviceable in conformance to flag courtesy. The Closter Police
Department is the collection site.
BE ADVISED IT IS ILLEGAL TO DISCHARGE YOUR
SUMP PUMP, STORM DRAINS,
DOWNSPOUTS OR FOUNDATION DRAINS INTO THE SANITARY SEWER. THE
B.C.U.A..... IS OFFERING AN AMNESTY PROGRAM TO RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES WHO
HAVE ILLEGALLY CONNECTED INTO THE SANITARY SEWER UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 2012
TO CORRECT THE CONNECTIONS. IF YOU DO NOT KNOW IF YOU HAVE AN
ILLEGAL CONNECTION YOU MAY CALL THE B.C.U.A..'S HOTLINE AT 201-807-5825.
A HOMEOWNERS GUIDE IS ALSO AVAILABLE AND CAN BE ACCESSED ON THE WEB AT