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NOTICE     

Please take notice that the Reorganization Meeting of the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Fairview will be held at 10:30 am on Saturday, January 4, 2020, in the Council Chambers at 59 Anderson Avenue, Fairview, NJ 07022. Formal action will be taken.    

 

BOROUGH OF FAIRVIEW

 JOB OPPORTUNITIES

 

 School Safety Officers.

 Fairview Police Department is seeking professional, qualified and energetic applicants for the position of f/t and p/t school safety officers.  The qualified candidate shall conduct School Safety and Security duties within the Borough of Fairview Schools. Applicants must submit a resume via email to Chief Martin Kahn at www.fairviewpd.com  For additional details and how to apply please go to:  www.fairviewborough.com and www.fairviewpd.com   Fairview is an Equal Opportunity Employers.  

 

   

MODIFICATION ACCESS PROJECT AND SPECIAL NEEDS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 

HEIGHTENED INDEPENDENCE & PROGRESS (HIP) IS A PRIVATE NON-PROFIT, NON RESIDENTIAL CENTER TO ASSIST PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES TO ACHIEVE INDEPENDENT LIVING. THE MODIFICATION ACCESS PROJECT AND THE SPECIAL NEEDS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ARE AVAILABLE TO BERGEN COUNTY RESIDENTS.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT 131 MAIN STREET, SUITE 120, HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY, PHONE: (201)996-9100, FAX: (201)996-9422, WEBSITE: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 Fairview Department of Health

53 Grant Street, Fairview,NJ 07022

Phone (201) 943-3787 - Fax (201) 943-4369

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 Dear Resident,

In accordance with Borough ordinances feeding stray Cats/wild animals is PROHIBITED.

Domestic Cats and Dogs must have a valid Rabies Inoculation and obtain a license with the Fairview Health Department once a year.

There is an abundance of stray Cats in Fairview which may not be inoculated with a Rabies vaccine which could be dangerous for yourself as well your domestic animals.

To control the situation we are asking our residents to help in trapping the STRAY CATS.

As per our new Contract with Bergen County AnimalControl in Teterboro, NJ please call to schedule an appointment to provide assistance and traps on your property. Once the animals are trapped they will be picked up and safely transported to the Teterboro Animal Shelter.

Bergen County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center

100 United Lane

Teterboro, NJ 07608

201-229-4616

 

 

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