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Councilmembers Deauna and Pascual Deliver Food to Seniors!

Recently Councilman Deauna and Pascual delivered food to seniors at Brookside Gardens thanks to another grant the Borough received through the "Feed the Frontlines" program.
A big thank you to Lynn Bartlett, the Executive Director of the Housing Authority & Housing Development Corporation of Bergen County, for helping us coordinate this event.
 
Feed the Frontlines – Helping Those In Need Initiative began as a call-to-action to provide ready-to-eat meals prepared by local Ridgewood restaurants to first responders, community groups and people in need in the height of the pandemic in Spring 2020, it was an organized way for people to help feed local healthcare workers, first responders and people in need while supporting local restaurants who have been hit hard economically.   This initiative earned the volunteer leadership team the 2021 NJ Governor’s Jefferson Award for volunteer program in September 2021.
 
 

Ballots Sent - Mail-in Voters

Ballots have been mailed out to active Vote-By-Mail requests for the November 8th Election! Please fill out and feel free to drop completed ballots off at Borough Hall. The Secure Ballot Drop Box is located behind Borough Hall, near the rear entrance and under the construction scaffolding. Parking is available along the northern end of Borough Hall. 

Bergenfield Breaks Ground on Twin Boro Fields Project

Bergenfield Breaks Ground on Twin Boro Fields Project

Construction began Tuesday on major upgrades and improvements to Twin Boro Field complex

 

BERGENFIELD, NJ --  The Borough of Bergenfield held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for construction at the 25-acre Twin Boro Fields that is to include two artificial turf baseball/softball fields, an artificial turf soccer field, an artificial turf soccer/football field, sports lighting, field amenities, fencing, and stormwater management improvements. In attendance were Mayor Arvin Amatorio, Council President Buddy Deauna, Councilwoman Ora Kornbluth, Councilman Hernando Rivera, Councilman Tom Lodato, Councilman Rafael Marte, and Councilman  Marc Pascual.

“We are so excited to be able to get started on this project. We are committed to ensuring that the park will meet the needs of the people who live here and will become a beloved greenspace,” said Bergenfield Mayor Amatorio. “We have so much open space here that hasn’t been put to use in a way that is meaningful for residents and are eager to deliver a place to relax, exercise, play with their families, and meet their neighbors. The new and improved Twin Boro Fields will be a safe place for sports and play for all residents and visitors for many years to come."

Bergenfield received a $2.2 million grant towards construction and upgrades from New Jersey's Green Acres program, which helps fund projects that are protecting open spaces, and have provided funding for hundreds of outdoor recreational facilities in communities around the State. The new field will provide two lined soccer fields, with one also lined for baseball and one for football.

“Our goal has always been to make this a useful recreation complex for Bergenfield residents who deserve more open green spaces to enjoy outdoor time within their community,” said Council President Deauna. “Installing artificial turf fields also has the added benefit in a significantly lower cost of annual maintenance, which is a win for the Borough and residents across the board.”

 

There is a bulk pick-up in Quadrant 1 (Northeast) Wednesday, September 28th, 2022

Bulk garbage pick-up is on schedule for all quadrants as listed on the 2022 Garbage & recycling pickup schedule calendars. Please reference your 2022 pickup schedule calendar for the bulk (B) pick up day in your quadrant. 2022 garbage & recycling pickup schedule calendars may be found by clicking HERE.

 

As a reminder, please note: 

-Bulk pickup is for residential purposes only.

-The DPW does NOT pick up contractor debris, concrete, bricks, asphalt, rocks, mortar, stone, cultured stone or any stone-like material, wet paint, chemicals, tires, fluorescent lightbulbs, vehicles batteries, rechargeable batteries, propane/fuel tanks, fire extinguishers, TV's, computer monitors, computer towers/computer CPU's, laptops, tablets, printers or fax machines.

-The limit per bulk day is 4 pieces of household furniture, 2 household appliances (ex. air conditioning (AC) unit), oven, washer, dryer, refrigerator- (DOORS MUST BE OFF), and 1 carpet or rug that does not exceed 12 feet in length and/or 1 foot in diameter (including the pad) or mixture or fragments from carpet or rug of said size. The DPW will not collect carpets removed professionally.

-Water heaters must have borough-issued inspection sticker on them, or they will not be picked up. Please call the Building Department to schedule and inspection, 201-387-4055, option 4.

-Bulk may not be placed at the curb any earlier than 6:00m the night before scheduled bulk pick-up days. Bulk must be ready no later than 6:00am on the scheduled day of the bulk pick-up. 

-There is a bulk pick-up on scheduled bulk pick-up days only. There are no special pick-ups. Please reference your 2022 pickup schedule calendar for the bulk (B) pickup day in your quadrant by clicking HERE.

-Please take the following items to a BCUA collection event: wet paint, chemicals, tires, fluorescent lightbulbs, vehicle batteries, rechargeable batteries, propane/fuel tanks, fire extinguishers, electronics. For 2022 BCUA Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events and BCUA 2022 Tire Recycling/Electronics Recycling/ Mobile Paper Shredding/Unwanted Medication Collection Event locations, dates, times & list of accepted items, please click HERE.

-The DPW does NOT collect brick, mortar, stone ,concrete, cultured stone, or any stone-like material: the homeowner must dispose of these privately. All bulk refuse generated by a private contractor (contractor debris), or trade waste generated by any business, shall be removed at their own expense and risk.

-The following electronics ONLY are accepted at the Bergenfield Recycling Center: TV's, computer monitors, computer towers/computer CPU's, laptops, tablets, printers and fax machines. The Bergenfield Recycling Center is now located at the old Hockey Courts, on Twin Boro Ln. (by the old swim club). The Bergenfield Recycling Center hours are Mon-Fri 8:00am-3:00pm, Sat 9:00am-1:00pm, Sun 1:00pm-4:00pm (closed on holidays).

-PAINT must be dried solid and put out at the curb on bulk (B) pickup days ONLY with the lid off. Wet paint must be taken by the resident to A BCUA Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event. For 2022 BCUA Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events & BCUA 2022 Tire Recycling/Electronics Recycling/Mobile Paper Shredding/ Unwanted Medication Collection Event locations, dates, times & list of accepted items, please click HERE.

-Vegetative waste (grass, leaves, shrubs, branches, yard waste) is NOT collected on bulk days. Please reference your 2022 pickup schedule calendar for the vegetative waste (V) pick up day in your quadrant.

-For reference: Ord. No. 17-2517

If you have any questions, please call the DPW office at 201-387-4055, option 3, Mon-Fri 7:00am-3:30pm (except for holidays as marked on your 2022 pickup schedule calendar) or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To add your cell phone and/or home number to the Borough's "robo call" important announcement phone call list, please email your name, address and phone number to the Bergenfield Office of Emergency Management (OEM) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

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