In preparation for the new Municipal Building, the Borough will be collecting items for a time capsule!
Please bring any relevant items you believe should be in it to Borough Hall, 90 Moonachie Avenue.
There will be a discussion forum on what should go into the capsule In the future.
Any questions, call the office (201)-641-1813.
Kicking Off National Preparedness Month
National Preparedness Month starts September 1. We’re kicking things off August 28 – September 3 to promote this national campaign to prepare individuals, families, and communities for disasters and other emergencies. This year’s theme is “Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.”
Don’t wait! Make a plan with your family and friends for how you will stay safe and communicate during an emergency or disaster that can affect your community. Download the Family Emergency Communication Plan and fill out the sections before printing or emailing it to your family and friends.
Each week of National Preparedness Month has a theme to help you, your family, and your community to be more disaster prepared:
· Week 1 (August 28-September 3): Kickoff to National Preparedness Month
· Week 2 (September 4-10): Preparing Family and Friends
· Week 3 (September 11-17): Preparing Through Service
· Week 5 (September 25-30): Lead Up to National PrepareAthon! Day
Join us by accessing the 2016 National Preparedness Month Social Media Toolkit on the Ready Campaign website. There, you’ll find preparedness messages to share with family, friends, and colleagues. You’ll also find additional resources such as graphics, instructional videos, and public service announcements to support preparedness in your community.
Promote National Preparedness Month (NPM): August 28 – September 3 | Kickoff to NPM
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