THE BOROUGH OF FAIRVIEW IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR PER DIEM SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD.
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT BOROUGH CLERK’S OFFICE
59 ANDERSON AVENUE, FAIRVIEW, NJ O7022
4TH ANNUAL BERGEN COUNTY PARKS
EARTH FEST - OVERPECK
MAY 20, 2017
FROM 11:00 AM TO 4:00 PM
Overpeck County Park, 45 Fort Lee Rd., Leonia, NJ
- Recycled Regatta - Enviro Demonstrations
- Vendors - Live Music
- Fishing Derby - Rowing & More
- Food Trucks - Children's Activities
The Borough of Fairview is seeking to hire Licensed
EMT Part-Time Per Diem. Please forward your resume
Attn: Borough Administrator
59 Anderson Avenue
Fairview, NJ 07022
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM MOSQUITO-BORNE
ILLNESS THIS SUMMER
The Borough of Fairview encourages everyone to take precautions to prevent Mosquito-Borne illness by wearing insect repellent and removing standing water on your property. Empty water from flower pots, Check for rain gutters and make sure you cleaned them out. Remove discarded tires, and other items that could collect water. Be sure to check containers or trash, too.
For more information on Zika and how DEP is addressing the potential threat please visit:
A REQUEST FOR HISTORICAL ARTIFACTS
SIGN UP FOR BASEBALL - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR THE SPRING SEASON - REGISTER TODAY AND SAVE
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO THE CLIFFSIDE PARK FAIRVIEW BASEBALL ASSOCIATION WEBSITE:
GARBAGE COLLECTION & RECYCLING
NEW GARBAGE & RECYCLING SCHEDULES: Click here
Recycling is the law. It is the responsibility of everyone to recycle glass, plastic, newspapers, papers, boxes and place them at the curb to be collected on Wednesday.
Your garbage will not be picked up if you have recyclable materials mixed with the garbage. You will receive a notice stating that you must obey the law and if you fail to do so you will be fined.
Grass clippings and vegetation from yard cleaning, including twigs, branches, and leaves out on the curb Sunday night after 7:00 pm for pick up on Monday.
EZ RIDE gives you lots of transportation choices. They manage New Jersey's largest carpool, vanpool and shuttle services for businesses, colleges, universities and municipalities. They offer innovative programs, like car and bike-sharing, and they provide transportation for older adults, people with special needs and lower income clients.
Hackensack Riverkeeper and the Bergen County Sheriff's Office have partnered on a joint anti-litter campaign designed to reduce the amount of trash that makes its way from the county’s roadways into its waterways and beyond. This campaign is designed to get everyone involved in an effort to end littering. You can now report anyone who throws litter out of their vehicle by calling, texting, or emailing the Hackensack Riverkeeper. The offender will receive a "Litter Violation Notice" from the Bergen County Sheriff's Department. Click here to find out more about the dangers of littering and more details on how to report a littering violation.