2021 LEAF SEASON INFO
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2021 LEAF SEASON INFO
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2021 Mobile Shredding Event
Recycle your unwanted documents and papers by safely shredding them!!!
GIVE YOUR PAPER A SAFE RETIREMENT - SHRED IT!
• Documents will be securely shredded by Confidential Shredding
• Please stay in your vehicle and place items for shredding in the trunk in a paper bag or a cardboard box only. NO PLASTIC BAGS
• Limit four (4) file-size boxes per vehicle.
• Free to all Ridgewood residents ONLY
• YES – Financial Records, Insurance Records, Personal & Sensitive Information, Legal Documents, etc...
• No Binder Clips or Binders, No Plastics, No Shipping Envelopes, No Photos, No Carbon Paper, No Non–Paper items
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Graydon Pool 200 Northern Parkway Ridgewood, NJ
Sat., November 6, 2021 (Rain or Shine)
Start: 9:00 AM (No Early Arrivals)
End: 12:30 PM or when the truck is full, whichever comes first
Please visit us at our convenient drop-off center 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
• Closed Wednesday & Sunday
Items accepted at the Recycling Center include:
Ridgewood Recycling Center 203 E. Glen Avenue
Sponsored by Ridgewood Recycling
Apply for Disaster Assistance
Internet or Smartphone Application: Disaster survivors may apply for the Individuals and Households Program or check their application status at www.DisasterAssistance.gov. Disaster survivors may also access FEMA via smartphone by downloading the application from www.fema.gov or through their mobile provider’s application store.
By Phone: Disaster survivors may call FEMA toll-free at 800-621-3362 to register for assistance or check theirapplication status. Disaster survivors who are deaf,hard of hearing, or have a speech disability and use aText Telephone (TTY) may call 800-462-7585. Disastersurvivors who use 711 or VRS (Video Relay Service)may call 800-621-3362.
In Person: Visit a Disaster Recovery Center.
For locations, check FEMA's mobile app www.fema.gov/mobile-app or call 1-800-621-3362, or visitwww.DisasterAssistance.gov.
Disaster Survivor Assistance team members mayvisit door-to-door in your area. They will have officialFEMA photo identification.
More info can be found in the documents below:
The Graydon Pool facility is closed for the season, due to storm related conditions.
Unfortunately, Graydon Pool water quality was compromised as a result of Hurricane Ida. Floodwaters breaching the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook, coupled with stormwater runoff from adjacent roadways, resulted in unsafe water quality conditions.
A water sample collected from Graydon Pool within the past 24 hours, indicates bacteria levels which are much higher than usual, the bacterial count is elevated, and the clarity of the water is unsafe, under the recreational bathing water quality standard put forward by the New Jersey Department of Health’s Public Recreational Bathing Code. Under the direction of the Ridgewood Health Department, which licenses the Graydon Pool recreational swimming facility, the Graydon Pool facility will be closed for swimming and bathing activities for the season.
We understand this is disappointing for our Graydon patrons and apologize for any inconvenience.
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