The Township of North Bergen is restricting access to Town Hall and cancelling all recreating department activities for the next two weeks due to the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“With the recent surge in the number of coronavirus cases, the Township of North Bergen urges everyone to refrain from any unnecessary public interactions. With this in mind, public access to Town Hall is restricted until further notice,” they wrote on their website.
“Most township services are available online and by phone. Municipal employees are continuing to work at their jobs and can respond to answer questions and concerns from the public via telephone and email. Visit northbergen.org/directory or use the link below for contact information.”
Frequently requested forms are available here and copies of commonly requested forms can be picked up at the side entrance of the municipal building, located at 4233 John F. Kennedy Boulevard.
Furthermore, in a separate post, the township said that due to the recent virus surge, rec activities such as basketball, wrestling, dance are being cancelled for 14 days.
“Due to the high number of positive COVID-19 cases recently, the North Bergen Recreation Department has temporarily suspended basketball, wrestling, dance, and any other recreational activities out of an abundance of caution,” they wrote.
“The situation will be reassessed in two weeks to determine when these activities should resume.”
According to the New Jersey Department of Health, Hudson County has had 923 new cases established via PCR testing today.