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The North Caldwell Water Department

Report for the Year 2019, Results from the Year 2018

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NOTICE TO PUBLIC


Borough offices will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 26 and 27.  We wish everyone a safe, healthy and happy Thanksgiving!


With gratitude and appreciation for our Veterans, especially Councilman Bob Kessler, Army Captain....thank you for your service and for your sacrifice. Honor a veteran today and everyday. #honorthroughaction

   

  


The Pond at Walker's Park - restoration is under way.

(click here for rendering)

                  


COVID-19 Updates

Message from Mayor Alessi - October 30, 2020   link

Update 10/19/2020:  Three new positive cases since October 15, 2020 bring the Borough's total positive COVID count to 73 since March.  Recreational facilities are scheduled to re-open on Friday, October 23, 2020.  Please remain vigilent by adhering to the recommended health guidlines, including social distancing and wearing of cloth face coverings.  Stay safe, stay well and thank you for your cooperation.

Update 10/16/2020:  The Borough continues to monitor the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the West Essex community.  The Borough re-evaluates new information frequently throughout each day and will provide an update on Monday, October 19.  Thank you for your patience and cooperation to ensure safety in our community.

Update 10/14/2020:  As of 4:00pm on Wednesday, October 14, 2020, ADULT TENNIS may resume.

Posted 10/13/2020:  We have unfortunately seen a rise in positive case counts across the State of New Jersey and in our West Essex community.  As such, the Borough of North Caldwell has decided to pause all Borough recreation offerings and close all Borough recreation facilities through October 23 out of an abundance of caution and based upon recommendations from our local health department.  Recreation offerings will be re-opened in accordance with all guidance provided by the local health department.

It is important everybody continues safe hygiene practices and wear cloth face coverings when indoors or when social distancing cannot be achieved.  Please be reminded large gatherings should be avoided.  For additional information, please visit the State Health Department's website for guidelines on best practices for personal hygiene, being in public places, and social gatherings.

The Borough remains in regular contact with our local health official.  It is also important the entire community remain cooperative with the Health Department as they continue their contact-tracing efforts.  Thank you for your cooperation, which is essential in slowing down the rise in positive case counts.

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Please refer to CDC guidelines for COVID-19 protocols and guidelines at:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/end-home-isolation.html

Should you have any questions regarding COVID-19 policies or treatment, please contact the West Caldwell Health Department at 973-226-2303.


LEAF COLLECTION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that leaves may be placed at curbside for collection in biodegradable bags for collection by the Department of Public Works.  Collection will begin on or about October 12, 2020.  Please do not place the bags in the street.  Branches and grass clippings are not accepted.


North Caldwell Resident and Eagle Scout Candidate Matt Altiero

raises awareness for NJ Sharing Network's organ donation efforts

https://sites.google.com/view/whyigotinvolved/home?authuser=1

Link


Attention North Caldwell Optimum Customers:

The Borough is aware of service issues being experienced by our Optimum customers. The Borough has been in touch with Optimum’s Area Director of Government Affairs and they have begun investigating their infrastructure. Additionally, a VIP service team has been assigned to North Caldwell to respond to this issue. A special online form has been established for North Caldwell residents to submit their complaints to this VIP team (link below). A member of Opimum’s VIP team will be in touch with you after your submission to follow-up on your complaint. Optimum will use the data received from the community to help diagnose the problem(s) and address any needs in their infrastructure to improve their service.

 


MIDPOINT REVIEW REPORT

Under the Fair Housing Act and its Third Round Judgment of Compliance and Repose, the Borough is required to post a Midpoint Review Report.

Click to view the Midpoint Review Report.


MUNICIPAL COURT 

North Caldwell & Essex Fells Shared Court will now hold Court by video (virtual Court) sessions pursuant to the Hon. Glenn A. Grant, J.A.D 2nd Omnibus Order dated Feb. 28, 2020. Regular in-person Court sessions will remain suspended until further notice.

If you have a matter that is scheduled with the Municipal Court of North Caldwell / Essex Fells or will like to view a Court session, please complete the registration form by Clicking Here. After registering you will receive an email confirmation with the instructions on how to access the Virtual Court session.

Anyone with questions or concerns about Virtual Court should contact the Court office prior to the scheduled session. Court Officials may be reached by calling 973-228-6420 or via email at court@northcaldwell.org. 

We would like to thank you in advance for patience and understanding as we all adapt together to these new changes.


2020 BOROUGH FLYER

 * Annual Trash, Bulk, Recycling Schedule *

The annual flyer is available online here.

Copies are available at Borough Hall or mailed upon request

to info@northcaldwell.org or by phone at (973) 228-6410,

x-104 or x-121.
 


MISSED TRASH COLLECTION?

Residents may now submit Trash Collection inquiries/reports ("missed garbage collection") through our new online portal.  Please complete the

GARBAGE INQUIRY FORM under the QUICK LINKS menu.

Provide the location and type of trash collection (household trash, bulk, yard debris, etc).  The request form will be directed to the Trash Collection Company as well as to Borough Hall.  You will receive a confirmation of the submission and a response to your inquiry by email.


Information regarding the Affordable Housing opportunities currently available at the Hilltop in North Caldwell

can be found at www.rpmwhiterock.com.


Essex County’s 2020 Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP) can be found at 

https://www.essexsheriff.com/oem-category/2020-mid-plan-update/  


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Please use the Quick Links menu on the left side of the home page to select "Community Newsletter".

Provide your email address for future newsletters and community news.


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ADVICE TO RESIDENTS CONCERNING CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS

The Code of the Borough of North Caldwell requires all Canvassers and Solicitors to honor “No Solicitor” signs posted by residents and shall immediately depart from premises so posted.  Residents may download and print a No Solicitor sign courtesy of the Borough of North Caldwell by following this link:

Click Here 


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