SCHEDULE OF PAVING ROADS BY PSE&G
Milling Date Paving Date Street Between Streets
8-20-18 8-31-18 Shaler Ave. Delano Pl. to Hudson Pl.
8-20-18 8-31-18 Hamilton Ave. Hudson Pl. to End
8-20-18 8-31-18 Wilson Ave. Fulton Ave. to End
8-20-18 8-31-18 Henry St. 6th to Hamilton
8-28-18 8-31-18 Henry St. 6th to Hamilton
8-28-18 8-31-18 McKinley St. Anderson Ave. to 10th St.
8-28-18 8-31/9-4-18 Kennedy Dr. Anderson Ave. to 8th St.
BOROUGH OF FAIRVIEW
ANNUAL SHREEDING EVENT
Saturday, September 15, 2018 at the Public Works Building Parking Lot (723 Fairview Avenue) from 9 AM to 1 PM
Recycle your confidential documents such as, bills, receipts, tax returns, medical records, legal documents, etc. safely by shredding them. (Recycle magazines and non-confidential paper at curbside.)
In an effort to accommodate everyone, there is a limit of FOUR (4) bags/boxes, weighing no more than 10 lbs. each. Paper clips and staples are acceptable. Please remove binder clips. Shredding performed immediately on site.
Sponsored by BCUA
Mayor Vincent Bellucci
Council Members: Violetta Berisha, Stephen Burke, Jhon Gomez, Albert Lukin Russell Martin, and Stephen Russo.
SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD
The Borough of Fairview is seeking part time Crossing Guard. Applications at the Borough Clerk’s Office, 59 Anderson Avenue, Fairview, NJ 07022.
BOROUGH OF FAIRVIEW
BERGEN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
TIPS ON PROTECTING OUR WATER RESOURCES
Pollution on streets, parking lots and lawns is washed by rain into storm drains then directly to our drinking water supplies and the ocean and lakes our children play in. By sharing the responsibility and making small, easy changes in our daily lives, we can keep common pollutants out of storm water. As a resident, business, or other member of the Fairview community, it is imperative to know these easy things you can do everyday to protect our water.
- Pick up and properly dispose of pet waste dropped on public or other people’s property
- Place litter in trash receptacles, recycle and participate in community cleanups
- Do not spill, dump or dispone of domestic sewage, non-contact cooling water, process waste water, or other waste materials to the municipal storm sewer system (other than storm water)
- Do not feed wildlife in any public park or on any other property owned or operated by the Borough of Fairview, excluding confined wildlife
- Cover dumpsters and other refuse containers that are outdoors or exposed to storm water at all times
- Do not authorize the repaving, repairing, resurfacing, reconstructing or altering of any surface that is in direct contact with an existing storm drain inlet on your property unless the storm drain inlet either already meets the design standards to control passage of solid and floatable materials or is retrofitted or replaced to meet the standards (NJDOT bicycle safe grate or approved equal).
All of the above items are addressed in our ordinances in the “Code of the Borough of Fairview” and can be found on the Borough of Fairview website at: www.fairvewborough.com
Thank you for your help in protecting our community’s water!!
Snow is to be removed from sidewalk within 12 hours of daylight after the snow has stopped falling. Snow is NOT to be thrown into the street.
To expedite the removal of snow from our streets, please observe the following suggestions:
1. Try to get all of your vehicles off the street to make it easier for the plows to clear the streets
2. Shovel snow onto your lawn rather than into the street
SAFE CARE CAM
Safe Care Cam is a new program designed
for those New Jersey residents who suspect
their loved ones are being abused, mistreated,
or neglected by a health care provider. The
program allows access to micro-surveillance
cameras that can be easily hidden to detect
abuse and protect patients. The Safe Care
Cam program makes these cameras available
for free for 30-days loans. To participate on the
program, please follow these simple steps:
1. Call the N.J. Division of Consumer Affairs at
973-504-6375 or 800-242-5846. Follow
voice prompts to a Safe Care Cam program
voicemail box and leave a message with your
name and contact information.
2. A staff member will contact anyone who leaves a voice
mail with further information about the program and to
schedule an appointment to pick-up a camera.
At this appointment, the program participant will be
required to do the following:
- Provide a copy of a driver's license or other official
- Provide contact information, including phone number,
cell phone number, and addresses.
- Sign a program contract, which sets forth rules and
obligations under the Safe Care Cam program.
Also at this time, a staff member will provide the program
participant with a camera and a memory card.
A brief training will be provided on how the camera
works and how the footage can be recorded, viewed, and saved.
Upon request, the camara and memory card loan can be extended for more than 30 days.
Election Poll Workers Needed in Your 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.
In order to be eligibility, you must meet the following criteria:
• Must be able to work from approximately 5 AM to 9 PM on election day.
• Must be able to read and speak English.
• Must be registered to vote in Bergen County.
• Must complete a 2-hour Poll Worker Training Class.
Duties include but are not limited to:
• Arriving at 5:15 AM to set up machines, poll books and other material at designated polling district.
• Sign-in voters and/or activate machine to receive voters.
• If necessary, assist voters in the operation of the electronic voting machine.
• Answer voter's procedural questions.
• Close polls at the end of the day which may include delivering materials to borough hall.
How to Apply:
• Call the Board of Elections at 201-336-6235 or 201-336-6230
• Complete the Poll Worker Application available here
http://www.co.bergen.nj.us/DocumentCenter/View/5997 and fax to 201-336-6242 or mail to
• Bergen County Board of Elections, One Bergen
County Plaza, 3rd Floor, Room 310,
Hackensack, NJ 07601
• Upon approval of your application, you will be
scheduled for a Poll Worker Training Class.
• After successful completion of training class,
you will be assigned to a polling site and
contacted with this information.
• $200 for Primary and General Elections
The Borough of Fairview is seeking to hire Licensed
EMT Part-Time Per Diem. Please forward your resume
Attn: Borough Administrator
59 Anderson Avenue
Fairview, NJ 07022
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM MOSQUITO-BORNE
ILLNESS THIS SUMMER
The Borough of Fairview encourages everyone to take precautions to prevent Mosquito-Borne illness by wearing insect repellent and removing standing water on your property. Empty water from flower pots, Check for rain gutters and make sure you cleaned them out. Remove discarded tires, and other items that could collect water. Be sure to check containers or trash, too.
For more information on Zika and how DEP is addressing the potential threat please visit:
A REQUEST FOR HISTORICAL ARTIFACTS
SIGN UP FOR BASEBALL - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR THE SPRING SEASON - REGISTER TODAY AND SAVE
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO THE CLIFFSIDE PARK FAIRVIEW BASEBALL ASSOCIATION WEBSITE:
GARBAGE COLLECTION & RECYCLING
NEW GARBAGE & RECYCLING SCHEDULES: Click here
Recycling is the law. It is the responsibility of everyone to recycle glass, plastic, newspapers, papers, boxes and place them at the curb to be collected on Wednesday.
Your garbage will not be picked up if you have recyclable materials mixed with the garbage. You will receive a notice stating that you must obey the law and if you fail to do so you will be fined.
Grass clippings and vegetation from yard cleaning, including twigs, branches, and leaves out on the curb Sunday night after 7:00 pm for pick up on Monday.
EZ RIDE gives you lots of transportation choices. They manage New Jersey's largest carpool, vanpool and shuttle services for businesses, colleges, universities and municipalities. They offer innovative programs, like car and bike-sharing, and they provide transportation for older adults, people with special needs and lower income clients.
Hackensack Riverkeeper and the Bergen County Sheriff's Office have partnered on a joint anti-litter campaign designed to reduce the amount of trash that makes its way from the county’s roadways into its waterways and beyond. This campaign is designed to get everyone involved in an effort to end littering. You can now report anyone who throws litter out of their vehicle by calling, texting, or emailing the Hackensack Riverkeeper. The offender will receive a "Litter Violation Notice" from the Bergen County Sheriff's Department. Click here to find out more about the dangers of littering and more details on how to report a littering violation.