Heat, heavy rain and thunderstorms will be around this week. Make sure your cell phones are charged! If your power does go out, please report it to PSE&G by using one of the below options.
The Township of Washington Police Department is committed to making sure people under the age of 17 understand that they are required to wear an approved helmet when cycling, roller skating, inline skating or skateboarding. We highly encourage ALL individuals to wear a helmet while enjoying these activities. See some Safety tips below! · Ride [...]
With thunderstorms forecasted for Friday and extreme heat in the days that follow, Public Service Electric & Gas is prepared to maintain safe, reliable service and meet the demand for additional power. To report power outages, please utilize the below methods of contacting PSEG that way our phone lines can remain clear for all Police/Fire/Medical [...]
Governor Murphy has exempted MVC employees from furlough starting Monday, July 13, enabling MVC to add staff at agencies. Expiration dates were also extended further (see link below). MVC has implemented the following operations changes, effective July 9. 1. Each morning, we will establish the total number of customers that each agency can serve that [...]
Chief Skinner would like to announce the following promotions: Lt. Roy Scherer Sgt. Vincent Montalbano Cpl. Travis Cangialosi Cpl. Vincent Santa We would like to also announce and congratulate two of our newest Officers, P.O. Michael Sinatra and P.O. Robert Luscombe!
The Township of Washington Police Department is proud to announce the 2020 Community Mobile COVID-19 Testing that was hosted graciously by Hillsdale was a success! Approximately 800 tests were completed, 457 COVID tests and 250 ANTIBODY tests! We want to Thank our host town of Hillsdale as well as Borough of Emerson, Borough of Westwood, [...]
The Township of Washington Police Department wants to advise all residents that parks and restrooms are open for recreational purposes as of Sunday, June 21, 2020. All facilities will be sanitized on a regular basis and social distancing and face coverings should be utilized. Playgrounds remain closed at this time.
In advance of Fourth of July holiday celebrations, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ (DCA) Division of Fire Safety issued firework safety guidelines to help the public understand the state’s fireworks regulation. Please check out the NJ DCA website here for all firework safety guideline information However, in the event people decide to use [...]
The Township of Washington Police Department is urging residents to not leave their vehicles running unattended, remove keys and key fobs and most important of all lock your vehicles at all times. Recently there has been a rise in motor vehicle thefts in Bergen County, New Jersey. One of the various methods criminals are utilizing [...]
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Sue Fulton today announced that all agency, road testing, and inspections facilities will remain closed until further notice. The closures are part of the Murphy Administration’s ongoing efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.In addition to expanding online services, the Commission is continuing essential operations, including measures to [...]