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September is the perfect time for bike riding with your family. Learn how to do it safely: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqMuc-hcXx0 ... See MoreSee Less

September is the perfect time for bike riding with your family. Learn how to do it safely: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqMuc-hcXx0

Traffic Update
The traffic light at Lake Street and West Saddle River Road is back up and functioning.
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Please see the following photo and link for more information on scam alerts from the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs.
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Please see the following photo and link for more information on scam alerts from the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs.
https://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/Documents/SCAMLetterNJ1.pdf

*** Traffic Alert 09-16-2020 ***

The intersection of Lake St & W Saddle River Rd is reopened. Lake St between E Saddle River Rd & W Saddle River Rd will remain closed during the next few days while the traffic signal is repaired. Lions Park and the library will be accessible from E Saddle River Rd to Lake St. Please follow all posted detours and use caution while navigating the intersection.
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*** Traffic Alert 09-16-2020 ***

Lake St & W Saddle River Rd is closed due to a live wire down on fire. Please follow all posted detours and directions of all traffic control personnel. USR school traffic must approach and exit from North on W Saddle River Rd.
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*** Traffic Alert 09-16-2020 ***

Lake St & W Saddle River Rd is closed due to a live wire down on fire. Please follow all posted detours and directions of all traffic control personnel. USR school traffic must approach and exit from North on W Saddle River Rd.

Parents, reinforce with your children how they can stay safe while riding or walking to and from school: bit.ly/3gT95WO #backtoschool #pedestriansafety #cyclistsafety #JerseyDrives ... See MoreSee Less

Parents, reinforce with your children how they can stay safe while riding or walking to and from school: https://bit.ly/3gT95WO #BackToSchool #PedestrianSafety #CyclistSafety #JerseyDrives

*Owner Located! Thank You!*

Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! If you know where I belong please contact USRPD @ 201-327-2700.
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*Owner Located! Thank You!*

Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! If you know where I belong please contact USRPD @ 201-327-2700.Image attachment

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Donna Seifert-Mahan

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We would like to thank this resident for her kind words! We truly appreciate it.

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God Bless each and every one of you!! 🙏❤

Love to see it!

I couldn’t agree more We are so blessed to live in this town with such wonderful police officers

Nice job Chief & USRPD

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We would like to thank these wonderful students from Mrs. Walker's class in Bogert Elementary School for their awesome letters written to our police officers!!! We will continue to work hard to be the best role models possible for these kids! ... See MoreSee Less

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Look up and be alert when walking, especially when crossing the street. Make eye contact with drivers to be sure that they see you. #pedestriansafety #JerseyDrives ... See MoreSee Less

Look up and be alert when walking, especially when crossing the street. Make eye contact with  drivers to be sure that they see you. #PedestrianSafety #JerseyDrives

*** Traffic Alert 09/08/2020 ***

Lake Street Eastbound between E Saddle River Rd & W Saddle River Rd will be closed for utility work. Please follow all posted detours and directions of all traffic control personnel.
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*** Traffic Alert 09/08/2020 *** 

Lake Street Eastbound between E Saddle River Rd & W Saddle River Rd will be closed for utility work. Please follow all posted detours and directions of all traffic control personnel.

Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer, but it’s also one of the deadliest times on the road. During the 2017 Labor Day holiday weekend, 376 people died in traffic crashes — 36% of those crashes involved a drunk driver.

Here are some tips to stay safe:
- If you are planning to drink, plan ahead for a sober ride home. It’s not okay to drink and drive, even if you’ve had only one alcoholic beverage.
- If you are using any impairing drugs, including marijuana, don’t drive, arrange for a safe ride home. Impaired driving is illegal, regardless of the source of impairment.
- If you see an impaired driver on the road, safely pull over and call 911.

Have a friend who is about to drink and drive? Take the keys away and make arrangements to get your friend home safely.

Let’s work together to make this Labor Day holiday safe and fun for everyone.

Remember, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over and If You Feel Different, You Drive Different – Drive High, Get a DUI.
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The Upper Saddle River Police Department and the Upper Saddle River Mayor and Council recently awarded members of the police department with Unit Citations and Life-Saving Awards.

Sgt. Bill Lynch, Sgt. Mike Spina, P.O. Anthony Pulizzano, Det. Tara Kilduff, P.O. Louis Lupinacci, Dispatcher Greg Pink, and Dispatcher Dave Mende received a Unit Citation for their actions during Tropical Storm Isaias.

Sgt. Bill Lynch, P.O. Michael Riedel, and P.O. Tim Erstling, were recognized with a Life-Saving Award for their actions during an emergency incident on 7/12/2020. Utilizing emergency medical care, these Officers succeeded in reviving a resident who suffered a medical emergency. The resident and Officers enjoyed personally introducing themselves. We are all grateful for such a positive outcome.
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The Upper Saddle River Police Department and the Upper Saddle River Mayor and Council recently awarded members of the police department with Unit Citations and Life-Saving Awards.  

Sgt. Bill Lynch, Sgt. Mike Spina, P.O. Anthony Pulizzano, Det. Tara Kilduff, P.O. Louis Lupinacci, Dispatcher Greg Pink, and Dispatcher Dave Mende received a Unit Citation for their actions during Tropical Storm  Isaias.

Sgt. Bill Lynch, P.O. Michael Riedel, and P.O. Tim Erstling, were recognized with a Life-Saving Award for their actions during an emergency incident on 7/12/2020.  Utilizing emergency medical care, these Officers succeeded in reviving a resident who suffered a medical emergency.  The resident and Officers enjoyed personally introducing themselves.   We are all grateful for such a positive outcome.Image attachment

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Outstanding job by all. Sergeant Lynch is an outstanding leader of men out there in the field. One of the best.

USR is blessed to have amazing police officers. Thank you! 💙👏🏻

💙🇺🇸❤️ great job

Congratulations. Great work. God bless and stay safe

Congratulations to everyone!

Great job 👍🏻

Thank you all!

God bless!

Great job! Congrats!!

Well deserved

USR is fortunate to have these heroic and dedicated officers serving our community. A personal thank you to these officers who literally saved my life. God bless you and be safe.

Thank you for all you do for our community and schools !

Our Police officers are the best!!

Congrats and way to go! Thanks for keeping people safe!

Congrats and well deserved 👏🏻 Thank you all for your service

Outstanding job and stay safe heroes

Job well done! God bless our men and women in blue!

Great job! Thanks for all you do for USR!

Congratulations, great job, thank you for your service

Good job, guys!!

Congratulations! Thank you for your service!

Thank you to all for serving our community!

Congratulations and thank you!

Congratulations and many many thanks for your service

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The Labor Day holiday weekend will is just ahead and many of us will take to the highway for the “last” weekend of summer, perhaps to a pool, the beach, or the great outdoors. Enjoy your holiday and stay safe by following these tips:

DRIVING SAFETY
If traveling by vehicle is part of your plans these safety steps are for you:
1. Be well rested and alert, use your seat belts, observe speed limits and follow the rules of the road. Clean your headlights and turn them on as dusk approaches or in inclement weather.
2. Don’t drink and drive. Have a designated driver available.
3. Give your full attention to the road. Avoid distractions such as cell phones.
4. Use caution in work zones. There are lots of construction projects underway on the highways.
5. Don’t follow other vehicles too closely.

HEAT SAFETY
1. Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids. Avoid drinks with caffeine or alcohol.
2. Avoid extreme temperature changes.
3. Wear loose-fitting, lightweight, light-colored clothing. Avoid dark colors because they absorb the sun’s rays.
4. Slow down, stay indoors and avoid strenuous exercise during the hottest part of the day.
5. Postpone outdoor games and activities.

BEACH SAFETY
1. If you plan to swim in the ocean, a lake or river, be aware that swimming in these environments is different than swimming in a pool. Be sure you have the skills for these environments.
2. Swim only at a beach with a lifeguard, within the designated swimming area. Obey all instructions and orders from lifeguards and ask them about local conditions.
3. Make sure you swim sober and that you always swim with a buddy. Know your limitations and make sure you have enough energy to swim back to shore.
4. Protect your neck – don’t dive headfirst. Walk carefully into open waters. Watch out for and avoid aquatic life. Water plants and animals may be dangerous.
5. If you are caught in a rip current, try not to panic. Signal to those on shore that you need assistance. Swim parallel to the shore until you are out of the current.
6. Once you are free, swim toward shore. If you can't swim to the shore, float or tread water until you are free of the rip current and then head toward shore.
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The summer sun can make it difficult to see the road ahead. When driving, utilize your sun visor, wear polarized sunglasses, and leave more room between yourself and others. #pedestriansafety #cyclistsafety #SummerSafety #$JerseyDrives ... See MoreSee Less

The summer sun can make it difficult to see the road ahead. When driving, utilize your sun visor, wear polarized sunglasses, and leave more room between yourself and others. #PedestrianSafety #CyclistSafety #SummerSafety #$JerseyDrives

National Preparedness Month is recognized each September to promote disaster planning by families and communities throughout the year. The 2020 theme of “Disasters Don’t Wait. Make Your Plan Today.” is especially relevant as New Jersey and the nation continue to respond to COVID-19. During the first week of National Preparedness Month, residents are reminded to make a plan with their friends and family members to understand how they will communicate and reconnect if a disaster strikes. Plans should account for recommendations from the State of New Jersey and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the pandemic.

www.ready.gov/september
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National Preparedness Month is recognized each September to promote disaster planning by families and communities throughout the year. The 2020 theme of “Disasters Don’t Wait. Make Your Plan Today.” is especially relevant as New Jersey and the nation continue to respond to COVID-19. During the first week of National Preparedness Month, residents are reminded to make a plan with their friends and family members to understand how they will communicate and reconnect if a disaster strikes. Plans should account for recommendations from the State of New Jersey and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the pandemic.

https://www.ready.gov/september

Suicide can touch anyone, anywhere, and at anytime. By starting the conversation and providing support to anyone who needs it, we can all help prevent suicide and save lives. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, do not hesitate to call someone for help. THERE IS HOPE! ... See MoreSee Less

Suicide can touch anyone, anywhere, and at anytime. By starting the conversation and providing support to anyone who needs it, we can all help prevent suicide and save lives. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, do not hesitate to call someone for help. THERE IS HOPE!

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Be aware of sudden stops at intersections. The car in front of you may be stopped for a pedestrian or cyclist that you cannot see. #PedestrianSafety #CyclistSafety #JerseyDrives

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Not to mention groundhogs, chipmunks, squirrels and deer!

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Do you recognize us? We were found on Cottage Lane. If you know us or our owner(s) please contact the police department at 201-327-2700.

Update: Owner located, thank you for your assistance.
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Do you recognize us? We were found on Cottage Lane. If you know us or our owner(s) please contact the police department at 201-327-2700.

Update: Owner located, thank you for your assistance.

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I know them!

Always look around your car before you get in to assess obstacles. Use your mirrors and back up camera if available. Use caution and back out slowly. Pedestrians and cyclists, be aware of cars that are backing up and may not see you. #pedestriansafety #cyclistsafety #JerseyDrives ... See MoreSee Less

Always look around your car before you get in to assess obstacles. Use your mirrors and back up camera if available. Use caution and back out slowly. Pedestrians and cyclists, be aware of cars that are backing up and may not see you. #PedestrianSafety #CyclistSafety #JerseyDrives

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Please see the below notice from PSEG.

Tuesday, August 11, 2020
I am relieved to report that as of last night power is restored to just about all of the homes in Upper Saddle River. Brookside, our hardest hit area in this particular storm, was restored but the area still has some low hanging lines. The crews are back to finish up today.
If you are still without power, please email me at jminichetti@usrtoday.org. Again, I want to be sure we aren't missing anyone. It is possible that the homeowner will need to have an electrician reconnect the line to their home. We will provide an emergency permit and cut card. This morning we still have two single family homes out. It has been determined that both of the remaining homes need an electrician before power can be restored. Email me with your address as I want to be sure you have everything in place to be fully restored.
DPW is planning a large emergency branch cleanup next week. We will be sending out information as to dates and areas scheduled so residents can plan accordingly and have debris by the curb. Again, logs and tree stumps cannot be picked up.
O & R routinely trims back trees from the power lines. In addition, Section 36-1 of the Borough Code states that all homeowners must keep vegetation 10 feet from the road on most lots and 25 feet on corner lots. It also states that plant life is not allowed to grow over the roadway. Ordinance Section 137-9 states that the homeowner must maintain all trees on their property and remove damaged or diseased trees as well as stumps, roots and dead trees. The DPW will be assessing the town for our Zoning Officer who will be sending notice to affected homeowners.
Everyone is thanked in advance for their cooperation as this will be a tremendous help in reducing future outages as well as restoring the safety and beauty of town for the community at large.
Wishing everyone a safe and enjoyable remainder of the summer,

Joanne Minichetti
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The DPW is working today to pick up large piles of branches and tree limbs. Nothing needs to be tied into bundles and of a certain size or length. They will circle through town, starting in the Locust area, according to their regular brush route, until it is all cleared. On Monday, August 17th, the DPW will be utilizing a chipper on a similar schedule to pick up the rest. The chipper will come to each area once and continue until each area has been reached. After that, routine brush and stick pickup will continue as usual through October. Tree trunks and large stumps cannot be picked up. Please contact dpwf@ustoday.org if you have questions or concerns. ... See MoreSee Less

O&R CLOSING IN ON RESTORING MAJORITY OF CUSTOMERS

PEARL RIVER, NY August 9, 2020, 10 pm – O&R is closing in on restoring customers who lost service due to the devastation of Storm Isaias.

Approximately 220,000 O&R customers’ power was knocked out by the storm’s high winds and heavy rains. Just over 2,000 customers remain without power.

Individual service restoration times are now posted on O&R’s outage map. That more granular information will allow affected customers to better plan their daily lives as they await service restoration. O&R expects the vast majority of its customers now without electricity to be restored to power by Tuesday at 11 p.m.

O&R follows a strategic service restoration plan that prioritizes essential services (police, and fire departments, for example) and road openings. Repairs are then ranked by prioritizing repairs that return the largest number of customers in the shortest amount of time. Single customer repairs then follow.

Recognizing that COVID-19 heightens the hardship of being without power, O&R announced yesterday that it will reimburse customers for food and prescription medicine spoilage if they lost power for 48 consecutive hours or longer during the storm.

O&R has expanded its spoilage claims policy so that customers without power for 48 hours can fill out a form to request reimbursement for the cost of spoiled food, medication, or perishable commercial merchandise. The claim form is on O&R’s website at www.oru.com/en/services-and-outages/claim-form.

Here are the latest outage numbers, with most affected communities listed below, as of 10 p.m.:
For the most up-to-date outage information, please go to O&R’s Outage Map:

NEW YORK
Rockland: 802
Orangetown - 133
Clarkstown - 131
Ramapo - 118
Haverstraw - 111

Orange: 786
Town of Warwick - 168
Tuxedo Park – 137
Woodbury – 133
Monroe – 63

Sullivan: 28
Mamakating – 27

NEW JERSEY
Bergen: 335
Upper Saddle River – 60
Mahwah – 56
Oakland 35
Closter – 27

Passaic: 149
West Milford - 50
Ringwood - 23

How to report an outage
If you experience a power outage, don’t assume that O&R automatically knows about it. You can report it and check to see when your lights will be back on through:

• At www.oru.com/outage from any computer or web-based mobile device.
• O&R mobile app from your iPhone, iPad or Android device --- download via Apple Store or Google Play.
• Text messaging by texting “OUT” to 69678 (myORU) or
• Call 1-877-434-4100.

The following video describes the typical storm repair and power restoration process: youtu.be/JeGU8ID4_m0

Be Safe
As its storm recovery work continues, O&R reminds its customers about the safety risks associated with using generators to provide emergency power to homes. Portable generators pose a serious hazard if used improperly. They should be used and installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions. A wrong connection could feed electricity back through the lines and endanger repair crews.

Never plug a generator into a wall unit, use it indoors or set it up outdoors near open home windows or air-handling vents.

O&R also renews its warning about staying clear of downed electric wires. Don’t go near any downed wire. Assume it is energized and dangerous. Call O&R immediately toll-free at 1-877-434-4100. Depending on the situation, you may also want to call your local police to divert traffic until an O&R crew arrives.

Important Safety Tips
• Maintain a distance of at least 50 feet from downed wires and anything they are in contact with including puddles of water and fences. Supervise your children so that they are not in the vicinity and keep pets on a leash or otherwise secure.

• If a fallen wire is draped over a car, do not approach the car and make rescue attempts. Remain a safe distance away and try to keep the occupant of the vehicle calm. If possible, emergency personnel should handle the situation.

• Pole-top transformers – those small grey-colored metal drums attached to the wires at the tops of most utility poles – also should be avoided when they have been knocked to the ground.

• Have emergency equipment within reach – portable radio, flashlights, spare batteries, first aid kit, cell phone and important medications. Keep O&R’s toll-free number 1-877-434-4100 near the phone to report power outages.

• Remember: if the base station of your cordless phone plugs into the wall, your phone will be unusable during a power outage.

As an added safety precaution, O&R personnel have been instructed to practice social distancing with each other and members of the public when responding to emergency calls to keep everyone safe from the coronavirus. O&R asks members of the public to maintain appropriate social distancing when they encounter O&R employees working in the field, to provide for mutual safety.
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DPW workers are doing a great job out there chipping up debris! Thank you for the updates!

Thank you!!!!!

Thank you!

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Lake St between W Saddle River Rd and E Saddle River Rd is closed. Lions park is accessible.

Alternate routes that are open are Old Stone Church Rd & Upper Cross Road.
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The men and women of the Upper Saddle River DPW did an incredible job clearing roadways yesterday. Without their efforts, we cannot get to where we are going!!! They will be outside all day again today. Give them a honk and a wave. Hard hats and chainsaws!!! Great job guys!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

The men and women of the Upper Saddle River DPW did an incredible job clearing roadways yesterday. Without their efforts, we cannot get to where we are going!!!  They will be outside all day again today.  Give them a honk and a wave.  Hard hats and chainsaws!!! Great job guys!!!!Image attachment

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Thank you all for the outstanding work you do for USR!!

Thank u

And don't forget the USR PD Dispatchers - outstanding job coordinating a never ending stream of calls for downed trees. Respect!

Always thankful for the great job the DPW does—and for our fabulous Police.Department 👍😍

Way to go DPW. Nice to see them get recognition for all the long hours and hard work 😊

Thank you to the DPW and all they do for USR!

A big thank you to our wonderful police department and DPW!! Never regretted moving into USR 36 years ago !!!

Thank you all so much. Shout out to PD & FD too who were answering calls all night. You guys all rock.

Thank you 😊 you are wonderful and appreciated ❤️

Thank you for yesterday and always!!!! Great job

Many thanks to our amazing officers, firemen, the DPW and all others who continue to work endless hours to keep our town safe!

Thank you USRDPW, USRPD, USRFD & USREMT for your 24 hour constant vigilance!

Thank you for you do!! It’s very appreciated.

Thank you DPW !!!!

The best!

Thank you!!!

Thank you so very much for all you do!

Thank you!!!!

Thank you USR DWP!!

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This is an important weather advisory from the Upper Saddle River Police Department regarding Hurricane Isaias, which is expected to affect our area throughout today and into the overnight hours.

The Upper Saddle River Police Department, the Office of the Mayor, the Upper Saddle River Emergency Management Coordinator, and the Upper Saddle River Department of Public Works have been monitoring the approaching storm and preparing personnel and resources for any issues that may arise.

The storm is expected to bring heavy rain and high winds to the area. Rain will begin in the morning with the heaviest occurring in the early afternoon on Tuesday, (8/04/20). Rainfall totals in Bergen County are estimated to be in the 3-4 inch range. The heaviest rain is expected between 2pm-7pm. Wind gusts may reach up to 60mph.

Due to the anticipated heavy rainfall, possible flooding may occur along certain roadways in the Borough. Roadways prone to flooding include Lake Street, near Lions Park, East Saddle River Road, near Hidden Glen, Brook Road, West Saddle River Road, near Upper Cross Road and Hillside Avenue.

Anyone who may come upon a flooded roadway or location, which has been closed due to flooding, should not attempt to drive through the area. Flooded roads should be reported immediately to the Police Department.

Please make all attempts to stay home tomorrow. If you must drive here are some important points to remember:

• Six inches of water will reach the bottom of most passenger cars, causing loss of control and possible stalling.

• A foot of water will float many vehicles.

• Two feet of rushing water can carry away most vehicles, including sport utility vehicles (SUV’s) and pick-ups.

• Do not attempt to drive through a flooded road. The depth of water is not always obvious. The road bed may be washed out under the water, and you could be stranded or trapped.

• Do not drive around a barricade. Barricades are there for your protection. Turn around and go the other way.

• Be especially cautious driving at night, when it is harder to recognize flood dangers.

Power outages have been known to occur during events such as this. Rockland Electric Officials, in the past, have provided the following recommendations if confronted with downed power lines:

1. For safety’s sake, do not touch or approach any downed wire. Assume it is energized and dangerous. Contact the Police Department immediately to report any downed power lines.

2. Maintain a distance of at least 50 feet from downed wires and anything they are in contact with, including puddles of water and fences. Supervise your children so that they are not in the vicinity, and keep pets on a leash.

3. If a fallen wire is draped over a car, do not approach the car and make rescue attempts. Remain a safe distance away, and try to keep the occupant of the vehicle calm. If possible, emergency personnel should handle the situation.

4. If you experience a power outage, do not assume that Orange and Rockland automatically knows about it or that someone else will report it. To be sure the outage is reported, please call Orange and Rockland’s toll-free number at 1(877) 434-4100 or visit their website: www.oru.com.

As a reminder, the Police Department is unable to answer any calls regarding how long power may be out. Any questions regarding when power may be restored should be referred directly to Rockland Electric. Residents can also utilize the outage map located on Orange and Rocklands website.

To follow the track of the storm, residents can visit the NOAA website, www.noaa.gov/ (Active Weather Alerts section).

Additional information on ways to prepare and protect yourself during inclement weather events also can be found on the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management website: www.state.nj.us/njoem/.

Please remember that if you should need to call the Police Department during the storm, our 9-1-1 System is for Emergencies Only.

Non-Emergency callers should use our main phone number, (201) 327-2700.
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Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order Extending Public Health Emergency in New Jersey
TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today signed Executive Order No. 171. The Order extends the Public Health Emergency that was declared on March 9, 2020 through Executive Order No. 103, which was previously extended on April 7, May 6, June 4, and July 2. Under the Emergency Health Powers Act, a declared public health emergency expires after 30 days unless renewed.

“New Jersey has made a lot of progress in the fight against COVID-19, but we cannot declare victory yet,” said Governor Murphy. “As we continue to work to save lives and stop a resurgence of this virus, we need access to all resources available to do so.”

Executive Order No. 171 extends all Executive Orders issued under the Governor’s authority under the Emergency Health Powers Act. It also extends all actions taken by any Executive Branch departments and agencies in response to the Public Health Emergency presented by the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Do you recognize me? I was found in the area of Hess Court. If you know me or my owner please contact the police department at 201-327-2700. ... See MoreSee Less

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I’ll take him!!!

Beautiful 😍

So cute! I hope someone took this cutie in!

***Update*** The dog has been reunited with the owner***
Loose dog found in the area of Anona Dr. Currently at our Headquarters. Anyone with information please contact the Police desk at 201-327-2700
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***Update*** The dog has been reunited with the owner***
Loose dog found in the area of Anona Dr. Currently at our Headquarters. Anyone with information please contact the Police desk at 201-327-2700Image attachment

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*** Traffic Alert 07/31/2020 ***
East Saddle River Rd. is now open in both directions.
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*** Traffic Alert 07/30/2020 ***
All be advised the south bound lane of travel on E Saddle River Rd and Locust Lane in the Borough of Saddle River will be closed momentarily due to a motor vehicle accident. Please plan accordingly.
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*** Traffic Alert 07/30/2020 ***
All be advised the south bound lane of travel on E Saddle River Rd and Locust Lane in the Borough of Saddle River will be closed momentarily due to a motor vehicle accident. Please plan accordingly.

*******Update! Dogs were reunited with the owner******
Do you recognize us? We were found in the area of Dogwood Hill. If you know me or my owner please contact the police department at 201-327-2700.
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*******Update! Dogs were reunited with the owner******
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