A Message from Mayor Joanne Minichetti:
There have been questions and concern about the Novel Coronavirus as it enters the U.S. Information on the virus and preventative measures from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) can be found on the Borough website, www.usrtoday.org under Recent News. The Borough contracts with the County of Bergen for health services and we are closely following information and guidelines provided by both the CDC, the NJ Dept of Health and the County Health Dept.
Important things to know include:
– Wash your hands with warm water and soap frequently and thoroughly.
– Avoid close contact with people who are sick
– Stay at home if you are feeling sick
– Clean and disinfect commonly used areas such as doorknobs, cell phones etc
– Have supplies, such as prescriptions and non-perishable food, on hand in the event of needing to stay at home for a period of time.
On February 29, the NJ Dept. of Health opened a Novel Coronavirus Call Center, 1-800-222-1222, available for the public to ask questions about the Coronavirus.
Our Police, Ambulance Corps, Board of Health and Office of Emergency Management are working together and are prepared to reduce risk and help prevent the spread of this virus as well as others including the flu.
Have general questions about COVID-19? Call the public hotline!
Call the NJ COVID-19 & Poison Center Public Hotline at
1-800-962-1253 or 1-800-222-1222
Trained professionals are standing by to answer your call 24/7 OR visit nj.gov/health
NOTE: Hotline is not to locate testing, to get test results, or for medical advice
3-11-20 – All Bergen County-operated senior activity centers will close to prevent the spread of coronavirus until further notice as of 5 p.m., officials announced Wednesday, March 11.
3-13-20 – Click here for cancellation updates
3-16-20 – Coronavirus Update from Governor Murphy
3-18-20 – Park Closure
3-19-20 – A Note from Mayor Minichetti
3-19-20 – Coronavirus Update
3-20-20 – Help Fight Medicare Fraud
3-24-20 – An Update from Mayor Joanne Minichetti
3-28-20 – A Note from Mayor Joanne Minichetti
The websites below will be updated on a regular basis, as new information comes in: