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The family our late friend and co-worker, Bobby Hyman, came to headquarters yesterday for a special dedication. The dispatch center bears not only Bobby's name, but also a plaque with both his Dispatcher and USRFD badges. The "Robert J. Hyman Dispatch Center" is open 24/7 for as long as the building remains standing. We wish the very best to Bobby's family. ... See MoreSee Less

The family our late friend and co-worker, Bobby Hyman, came to headquarters yesterday for a special dedication.   The dispatch center bears not only Bobbys name, but also a plaque with both his Dispatcher and USRFD badges.  The Robert J. Hyman Dispatch Center is open 24/7 for as long as the building remains standing. We wish the very best to Bobbys family.

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Awesome. Miss you Bob.

Those who knew Bobby Hyman now have a permanent tribute that could also serve as a fitting introduction to a special public servant. dailyvoice.com/new-jersey/northernhighlands/news/upper-saddle-river-pd-dedicates-plaque-to-career...

Members of the Upper Saddle River Police Department participated in the Special Olympics Torch Run on Friday. We were proud to run alongside members of the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department. Our own Officer Anthony Pulizzano, spearheaded fundraiser efforts that resulted in the Upper Saddle River PD/Bergen County Sheriff’s Department team reaching NUMBER ONE in New Jersey for money raised! Excellent work Anthony!!!!!!!!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Members of the Upper Saddle River Police Department participated in the Special Olympics Torch Run on Friday.  We were proud to run alongside members of the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department.  Our own Officer Anthony Pulizzano, spearheaded fundraiser efforts that resulted in the Upper Saddle River PD/Bergen County Sheriff’s Department team reaching NUMBER ONE in New Jersey for money raised!   Excellent work Anthony!!!!!!!!!!!!Image attachment

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Fawn Hill Road will be closed for an extended period of time due to power lines down.
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Fawn Hill Road will be closed for an extended period of time due to power lines down.

Be advised Pleasent Ave east bound will be closed for the next hour. From Charles Ct to Knollwood Rd. Please follow the detour. ... See MoreSee Less

Be advised Pleasent Ave east bound will be closed for the next hour. From Charles Ct to Knollwood Rd. Please follow the detour.

The following message is an important Criminal Activity Alert from the Upper Saddle River Police Department.

The Borough of Upper Saddle River and other Bergen County municipalities have continued to experience several motor vehicle burglaries and stolen motor vehicles. Between Friday night and Saturday morning, a vehicle was stolen from the west side of town near Route 17. In almost all vehicle theft cases, the vehicles are left unlocked with the keys/fob left inside the vehicles. We want to remind our residents that the best way to prevent these incidents from occurring is to always lock your vehicles and remove your key fobs from your vehicles.
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In Fort Lauderdale we can't even leave the fob near the front door --- I hate bad guys

Governor Murphy Signs Legislation and Executive Order Ending COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

TRENTON – With all COVID-19 capacity restrictions on businesses and gathering limits having been lifted due to the continued improvement of New Jersey’s public health metrics, Governor Phil Murphy today signed legislation (A5820/S3866) enabling the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency that has been in place since March 9, 2020. Immediately following the signing of the legislation, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order No. 244, ending the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. Under the legislation, the majority of executive orders issued pursuant to the Public Health Emergency will expire 30 days from today.

The legislation, which was negotiated with legislative leadership and sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, allows for the termination of the Public Health Emergency while also allowing the Administration to retain the tools necessary to manage the ongoing threat posed by the pandemic. Specifically, the Administration is authorized to issue orders, directives, and waivers under the authority in the Emergency Health Powers Act that are related to vaccination efforts; testing; health resource and personnel allocation; data collection, retention, sharing, and access; coordination of local health departments; and implementation of any CDC recommendations to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. This authority lasts until January 11, 2022, and can be extended for 90 days with the passage of a concurrent resolution by the Legislature.

“Today’s lifting of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency is a clear and decisive step on the path toward normalcy,” said Governor Murphy. “The past 15 months have been a challenge, and I thank every New Jerseyan who stayed home, masked up, took precautions to keep this virus in check, and got vaccinated for allowing us to get to this point. I also thank the Senate President and the Speaker for working with us to responsibly end the Public Health Emergency and meet the challenges ahead.”

The legislation keeps the following 14 executive orders in place until January 1, 2022, though they can be modified or rescinded prior to that date by the Governor:

• Executive Order No. 106
• Executive Order No. 111
• Executive Order No. 112
• Executive Order No. 123
• Executive Order No. 127
• Executive Order No. 150
• Executive Order No. 159
• Executive Order No. 170
• Executive Order No. 178
• Executive Order No. 207
• Executive Order No. 229
• Executive Order No. 233
• Executive Order No. 237
• Executive Order No. 242
Further, any administrative orders, directives, or waivers that relied on the existence of the public health emergency, including Department of Health orders that govern vaccinations and testing, are extended until January 11, 2022. The Governor is authorized to seek a further 90-day extension of such orders, directives, or waivers, which can be granted by a concurrent resolution passed by the Legislature.
The legislation also states that while the State of Emergency declared in Executive Order No. 103 shall remain in effect, the previous seven-day requirement for Open Public Records Act (OPRA) responses will be restored for records unrelated to the COVID-19 response. Additionally, civil and criminal immunity given to health care professionals and facilities, including long-term care facilities, and existing waivers of regulations involving staffing ratios, overtime, shifts, and vacation time will expire on September 1, 2021. Civil immunity for health care professionals shall continue beyond September 1, 2021 only for individuals specifically engaged in vaccinations or testing related to COVID-19.
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O&R TREE-TRIMMING AND HAZARDOUS TREE REMOVAL PROGRAMS ARE IN FULL SWING PREPARING FOR HURRICANE SEASON THAT STARTS TODAY

PEARL RIVER, NY June 1, 2021 --- Orange & Rockland (O&R) professional contractors are pruning limbs and removing dead, dying and diseased ‘hazardous’ trees close to its overhead power lines and equipment to help reduce storm-related damage that can knock out power to customers.

This tree-trimming and removal work, and additional electric system storm hardening efforts, are part of a year-around program designed to keep O&R’s electric service reliable by keeping its electric system resilient. See the tree-trimming program in action in this video bcove.video/3fOHzvc

At no time of the year is that tree-trimming and removal work more appreciated than the beginning of the Atlantic Hurricane Season which starts today and runs through November 30.

O&R’s Vice President – Operations Orville Cocking said, “Removing hazardous trees before they fall on power lines helps protect homeowners, the public, first responders and O&R crews ---- whether it’s in a hurricane, a hard summer downpour or a Christmas Eve snowstorm.”

He added, “With a significant number of storm-related outages caused by downed trees and limbs, tree-trimming and hazardous tree removal are some of the most important parts of hardening the grid.”

With about 4,000 miles of overhead distribution wires in O&R’s 1,350 square mile service area, tree trimming is an integral and ongoing effort for maintaining safe distances between overhead equipment and trees, branches, and limbs to help reduce storm-related outages.

In addition to the tree-trimming program, O&R is helping homeowners and municipalities identify and remove hazardous trees located near power lines or other O&R equipment.

Since O&R’s Hazardous Tree program was created in September 2018, crews have removed, free-of-charge, over 3,750 hazardous trees with the permission of a homeowner or a municipality.

The tree trimming and hazardous tree removal programs are among the many resiliency projects O&R has undertaken to improve safety, reduce storm-related outages and cut the time it takes to repair damage caused by extreme weather events.

O&R performs storm hardening work year-round including undergrounding key strategic overhead line locations, installing miles of cables, and thousands of poles and switches.

To provide greater electric system reliability, O&R also continues to further automate its electric system through smart grid technological improvements. The smart grid integrates state-of-the-art equipment and technology with advances in computer analysis, communications, monitoring and control to significantly enhance system reliability, efficiency and overall quality of service.

For example, “smart” operating equipment --- communication systems, automated switches, sensors and other “intelligent” devices --- enables the electric system to detect where issues on the circuit exist and automatically isolate those issues. This isolated section of the circuit would remain out of service until repairs are made, but the remainder of the circuit --- often serving hundreds of other customers --- would remain energized, providing uninterrupted service to those customers.

O&R also continues to improve storm response with more efficient communication with customers, via texts, emails and social media.
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The Upper Saddle River Police Department was proud to be a part the Memorial Day ceremony. It was a true honor to listen to P.O. Colin Gurney, as he delivered a moving speech remembering his lost friends and colleagues who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our great country. ... See MoreSee Less

The Upper Saddle River Police Department was proud to be a part the Memorial Day ceremony.  It was a true honor to listen to P.O. Colin Gurney, as he delivered a moving speech remembering his lost friends and colleagues who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our great country.

Today we remember the fallen heroes from our military who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. ... See MoreSee Less

Today we remember the fallen heroes from our military who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

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Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was located in the area of Ripplewood Dr. Please have them call USRPD @ 201-327-2700
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Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was located in the area of Ripplewood Dr. Please have them call USRPD @ 201-327-2700

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Memorial Day Celebration:
Please join us Monday, May 31, 2021 beginning at 11:00 a.m. for the Borough Memorial Day Celebration.
The vehicle-only parade will line up on Coach & Candlestick Lanes (residents will not be impacted) at 10:30 a.m. and start the procession at 11:00 a.m., heading south on West Saddle River to the Borough Hall. Any community organization wishing to join the vehicle procession, please email info@usrfd.org
Please be advised that West Saddle River Road will be closed to traffic from Lake Street north to Old Chimney Road from 10:45 to approximately 12:00 p.m.
There will be a ceremony at Borough Hall honoring the brave men and women who selflessly gave their lives to protect our freedom.
Our keynote speaker, USR Police Officer Colin Gurney, has been a USR Police Officer for 10 years. Prior to joining the department, P.O. Gurney served a tour of duty in Baghdad, Iraq from 2006-2007. He served our country for approximately eight years in the military Police Corps and received numerous medals and commendations.
There will be wreath presentations from Borough organizations; any organization wishing to make a floral presentation on Memorial Day, please email info@usrfd.org.
Due to ongoing Covid concerns, the reception at the Fire House, following the ceremony has been cancelled this year.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 5/28/21
CONTACT: Traffic Officer Louis Lupinacci

Click It Or Ticket Campaign Starts May 24
With Border To Border Kickoff Event
Upper Saddle River — During this year’s national Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign, which will take place May 24 through June 6, 2021, the Upper Saddle River Police Department teamed up with law enforcement nationwide for a Border to Border (B2B) kickoff event. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) asked all states to participate in B2B, a one-day, 4-hour national seat belt awareness event on May 24, which was coordinated by participating state highway safety offices and their respective law enforcement liaisons. The B2B initiative aimed to increase law enforcement participation by coordinating highly visible seat belt enforcement for drivers at various locations throughout the State of New Jersey.
According to NHTSA, in 2019, there were 9,466 unbuckled passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in the United States. In that same year, 55% of passenger vehicle occupants killed at night (6 p.m.–5:59 a.m.) were not wearing their seat belts. That’s why one focus of the Click It or Ticket campaign and the B2B kickoff event is nighttime enforcement. Participating law enforcement agencies will be taking a no-excuses approach to seat belt law enforcement, writing citations both day and night.
The Border to Border component of the Click It or Ticket campaign was important because it raised awareness about seat belt safety during a time when seat belt use is decreased. With an increased number of cars flooding the roads due to the upcoming Memorial Day holiday, it’s imperative we get the word out about the importance of seat belt safety.
So please if you know a friend or a family member who does not buckle up when they drive, please ask them to consider changing their habits. Help us spread this lifesaving message before one more friend or family member is injured or killed because of this senseless inaction. Seat belts save lives, and everyone — front seat and back, child and adult — needs to remember to buckle up. Expect to see an increase in seatbelt enforcement operations by Upper Saddle River Police Officers throughout the Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign.
For more information on the Click It or Ticket mobilization, please visit www.nhtsa.gov/ciot.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 5/28/21
CONTACT: Traffic Officer Louis Lupinacci

Click It Or Ticket Campaign Starts May 24
With Border To Border Kickoff Event
Upper Saddle River — During this year’s national Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign, which will take place May 24 through June 6, 2021, the Upper Saddle River Police Department teamed up with law enforcement nationwide for a Border to Border (B2B) kickoff event. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) asked all states to participate in B2B, a one-day, 4-hour national seat belt awareness event on May 24, which was coordinated by participating state highway safety offices and their respective law enforcement liaisons. The B2B initiative aimed to increase law enforcement participation by coordinating highly visible seat belt enforcement for drivers at various locations throughout the State of New Jersey. 
According to NHTSA, in 2019, there were 9,466 unbuckled passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in the United States. In that same year, 55% of passenger vehicle occupants killed at night (6 p.m.–5:59 a.m.) were not wearing their seat belts. That’s why one focus of the Click It or Ticket campaign and the B2B kickoff event is nighttime enforcement. Participating law enforcement agencies will be taking a no-excuses approach to seat belt law enforcement, writing citations both day and night. 
The Border to Border component of the Click It or Ticket campaign was important because it raised awareness about seat belt safety during a time when seat belt use is decreased.  With an increased number of cars flooding the roads due to the upcoming Memorial Day holiday, it’s imperative we get the word out about the importance of seat belt safety.
So please if you know a friend or a family member who does not buckle up when they drive, please ask them to consider changing their habits. Help us spread this lifesaving message before one more friend or family member is injured or killed because of this senseless inaction. Seat belts save lives, and everyone — front seat and back, child and adult — needs to remember to buckle up.  Expect to see an increase in seatbelt enforcement operations by Upper Saddle River Police Officers throughout the Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign.   
For more information on the Click It or Ticket mobilization, please visit www.nhtsa.gov/ciot.

The following changes will go into effect on Friday, May 28:

• Lifting the mask mandate in indoor public spaces.
• Businesses and entities overseeing indoor spaces will continue to have the ability to require masking for employees, customers, and/or guests.
• Per CDC guidance, masks will continue to be required in health care settings, including long-term care facilities and office-based settings, correctional facilities, homeless shelters, and on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation, as well as transportation hubs such as airports and stations.
• Additionally, also per CDC guidance, child care centers and facilities, youth summer camps, and public, private, and parochial preschool program premises and elementary and secondary schools, including charter and renaissance schools, are not affected by this announcement and continue to be governed by existing requirements.
• Indoor worksites that are not open to the public remain governed by existing health and safety protocols that employers must follow.
• Masks will continue to be required in public-facing state offices, such as Motor Vehicle Commission agencies.

• Lifting the six-foot social distancing requirement.
• The requirement will be lifted in businesses, including retail stores, personal care services, gyms, recreational and entertainment businesses, and casinos, and indoor gatherings, including religious services, political activities, weddings, funerals, memorial services, commercial gatherings, catered events, sports competitions, and performances.
• Businesses and entities overseeing indoor spaces can continue to require social distancing should they choose.

• Lifting prohibition on dance floors at bars and restaurants. The prohibition on ordering and eating/drinking while standing at bars and restaurants will also be lifted.
The following changes will go into effect Friday, June 4:
• Removing the general indoor gathering limit, which is currently at 50 people.
• Removing the indoor gathering limit for political gatherings, weddings, funerals, memorial services, performances, and other catered and commercial events, which is currently at 250 people.
• Removing 30 percent capacity limitation for indoor large venues with a fixed-seating capacity over 1,000.
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The following message is an important Criminal Activity Alert from the Upper Saddle River Police Department.

During the past 36 hours, the Upper Saddle River Police Department has investigated three car burglaries and one stolen motor vehicle. We again would like to reiterate the importance of locking your cars and removing the key fobs. Most importantly, a significant change in pattern occurred with the stolen vehicle incident. The crime was committed during the AFTERNOON HOURS. This is a major shift from previous incidents that all occurred during the overnight or early morning time frames. The perpetrators brazenly walked across a neighbor’s lawn, and drove off with the victim’s motor vehicle in broad daylight! Please be alert. Please be observant. Please report any suspicious activity to the Upper Saddle River Police Department. Do not confront these individuals! At the end of the day, it is just a car and not worth the risk of your personal safety.
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The following message is an important Criminal Activity Alert from the Upper Saddle River Police Department. 

During the past 36 hours, the Upper Saddle River Police Department has investigated three car burglaries and one stolen motor vehicle.   We again would like to reiterate the importance of locking your cars and removing the key fobs.   Most importantly, a significant change in pattern occurred with the stolen vehicle incident.  The crime was committed during the AFTERNOON HOURS.  This is a major shift from previous incidents that all occurred during the overnight or early morning time frames.  The perpetrators brazenly walked across a neighbor’s lawn, and drove off with the victim’s motor vehicle in broad daylight!  Please be alert.  Please be observant.  Please report any suspicious activity to the Upper Saddle River Police Department.  Do not confront these individuals!  At the end of the day, it is just a car and not worth the risk of your personal safety.

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Today marks the first day of National EMS week. We are thankful for the members of Upper Saddle River Volunteer Ambulance Corps. for the services they provide day in and day out. May 16-22, 2021, is the 46th annual National EMS Week. In 1974, President Gerald Ford authorized EMS Week to celebrate EMS practitioners and the important work they do in our nation's communities. ... See MoreSee Less

Today marks the first day of National EMS week. We are thankful for the members of Upper Saddle River Volunteer Ambulance Corps. for the services they provide day in and day out. May 16-22, 2021, is the 46th annual National EMS Week. In 1974, President Gerald Ford authorized EMS Week to celebrate EMS practitioners and the important work they do in our nations communities.

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Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was located in the area of Locust Lane and East Saddle River Road . If you know where I belong please contact USRPD @ 201-327-2700.
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**REUNITED**
Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was located in the area of Locust Lane and East Saddle River Road . If you know where I belong please contact USRPD @ 201-327-2700.Image attachmentImage attachment

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The Borough Road Resurfacing Project will begin on Thursday 05/13/2021. Homeowners will experience delays with access to and from the residences during the milling and paving operations, which will normally take two (2) days to complete. Every effort will be made to assure that inconveniences are minimal and all work will be completed as quickly as possible.

The following streets will be resurfaced.

- Partridge Hill

- Holly Drive

- Fern Dell

- Arrowhead Drive

- Their Lane

- Buttonwood Place

- Brownstone Way

Please expect delays and follow posted detours and directions of all traffic control personnel.
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The Upper Saddle River Police would like to thank the Upper Saddle River Girl Scouts for their nice thank you card as well as the delicious treats! ... See MoreSee Less

The Upper Saddle River Police would like to thank the Upper Saddle River Girl Scouts for their nice thank you card as well as the delicious treats!

Police Week is upon us and as part of this week's ceremonies, is the annual Candlelight Vigil. Historically this has been an in-person event either at the National Law Enforcement Museum or as of late, at the National Mall in Washington D.C. For those of you have been able to attend one of these vigils, it is a moving ceremony to honor the officers that paid the ultimate sacrifice for their community.

The 2020 Vigil was held virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions and this year will be the same. Last year's YouTube Vigil was outstanding and I recommend if you can find some time to tune in to this event you will not be disappointed.

The 2021 National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Candlelight Vigil will be broadcast on Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 8pm. This year, hundreds of names will be engraved on the walls of the Memorial bringing the total number of officers killed in the line of duty to a staggering 22,611.

The Vigil will can be found live on YouTube and is linked below from the NLEOMF website:

nleomf.org/programs-events/national-police-week/candlelight-vigil
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This year, National Police Week is scheduled from Sunday, May 09 through Saturday, May 15, 2021. The history behind Police Week originates back to 1962, when President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation that designated May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Each year, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers, surviving family members, and co-workers of fallen officers converge on Washington, D.C. to participate in a number of planned events to honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Since the first known line-of-duty death in 1791, more than 23,000 U.S. law enforcement officers have made the ultimate sacrifice. In 2018, 163 Federal, State, Local, Tribal and Territorial officers were killed in the line of duty nationwide. The above statistic, as well as those from previous years can be found on the Officer Down Memorial page www.odmp.org/.

As always, the Upper Saddle River Police Department thanks you for your continued support of not only for our Agency but also all other law enforcement officers who proudly serve their respective communities.
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This year, National Police Week is scheduled from Sunday, May 09 through Saturday, May 15, 2021.  The history behind Police Week originates back to 1962, when President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation that designated May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week.   Each year, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers, surviving family members, and co-workers of fallen officers converge on Washington, D.C. to participate in a number of planned events to honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Since the first known line-of-duty death in 1791, more than 23,000 U.S. law enforcement officers have made the ultimate sacrifice.  In 2018, 163 Federal, State, Local, Tribal and Territorial officers were killed in the line of duty nationwide.  The above statistic, as well as those from previous years can be found on the Officer Down Memorial page http://www.odmp.org/.  

As always, the Upper Saddle River Police Department thanks you for your continued support of not only for our Agency but also all other law enforcement officers who proudly serve their respective communities.

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With so many reasons to ride, what’s yours?  Whatever the reason do it safely. https://bikeleague.org/bikemonth  #BikeMonth #bikeboom #jerseydrives

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OWNER LOCATED!! Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was located in the area of Sparrowbush Rd & West Saddle River Rd . If you know where I belong please contact USRPD @ 201-327-2700. ... See MoreSee Less

OWNER LOCATED!! Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was located in the area of Sparrowbush Rd & West Saddle River Rd . If you know where I belong please contact USRPD @ 201-327-2700.Image attachment

Update: RT-17 N & RT-17 S Opened at this time!

Traffic Advisory

Route 17 North and South between Pleasant Ave and East Allendale Rd are closed due a motor vehicle accident.
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During the pandemic there was 62% increase in bike sales. Be considerate when driving #BiketoSchoolDay #BikeMonth #bikeboom #jerseydrives ... See MoreSee Less

During the pandemic there was 62% increase in bike sales. Be considerate when driving #BiketoSchoolDay #BikeMonth #bikeboom #jerseydrives
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On International Firefighters Day we would like to express our sincere thank you to the volunteers of the Upper Saddle River Fire Department! ... See MoreSee Less

On International Firefighters Day we would like to express our sincere thank you to the volunteers of the Upper Saddle River Fire Department!Image attachment

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Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving, friends dont let friends drive drunk. Especially on Cinco De Mayo.

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Are you missing me?! Please have my owners contact the police department @ 201-327-2700. I was found in the Knights Court area.
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