Hall of Fame Dinner

Join for the Lyndhurst High School Athletic Hall of Fame 40 year Celebration & 2019 Induction Ceremony Inductees. Albert Blohm 1950’s Joseph Intindola 1960’s Mark Throne 1970’s Robert Schifano 1980’s Gregg Settembrino 1990’s Scott Hibbits 1990’s Beth Ann Hibbits 1990’s Glenn Flora 2000’s James Vuono, Coach Janet Ricigliano, Contributor The Fiesta, 255 NJ-17, Wood-Ridge, NJ …

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All Way Stop Intersections Effective April 22nd

“On or about April 22, 2019 the intersections of Second Avenue and Delafield Avenue plus Forest Avenue and Weart Avenue will become All Way Stop intersections. Any questions or concerns can be addressed by the Lyndhurst Police Traffic Bureau at 201-939-2900 extension 2625”.

Passport Outreach Services to Lyndhurst Residents

In Cooperation with Bergen County Clerk, John S. Hogan, Mayor Robert B. Giangeruso has once again requested Passport Outreach Services to Lyndhurst residents. Dates scheduled are March 26th, 27th, & 28th. Passport Applications, Business Trade Names, Notary Public, Senior/Veteran/ Except Fireman Discount photo cards will be made available AT TOWN HALL BUILDING 367 Valley Brook …

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$22,000,000 Designated For New Lyndhurst Train Station

Mayor Robert Giangeruso and the Lyndhurst Board of Commissioners have authorized NJ Transit to move forward with its 22 million dollar capital improvement to the Lyndhurst Train Station. The new station will replace the current antiquated Lyndhurst Train Station on Stuyvesant and Court Avenues. The new station will not only help to improve ridership, but …

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Lyndhurst’s Middle School to Open Its Doors 2020

The Lyndhurst Middle School is truly a model of 21st Century learning. The 145,000 SF facility will accommodate 650 students for grades 6, 7 and 8, and features a three-story academic wing, visual and performing arts theater, and a full-size gymnasium with auxiliary gym, locker rooms, weight room, and athletic field.

Lyndhurst Releases New Emergency Notification App

Mayor and Public Safety Commissioner Robert Giangeruso and the Lyndhurst Office of Emergency Management have released a new iPhone and Android mobile app to aid in emergency alerting and preparedness. This one stop shop makes it easy for the public to stay connected and informed by Public Safety and Public Works officials during day to day incidents, emergencies and disasters. …

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