Memorial Day Prayer Services will start at:
7:15am at the Cemetery, Prospect Street at Madison Avenue
7:45am at the Monument at Washington and Madison Avenues
Followed by the parade line up at 9:00am

This Year’s Grand Marshal is Ken Florio - Korean War Veteran

The Parade will kick off at 9:30am at Pershing Street and its route will take it down Madison Avenue to Prospect Avenue to New Milford Avenue straight to Virginia Avenue marching forward to Memorial Park.

No parking will be permitted on the parade route.

If you have any questions, please call Tony Como, Recreation Director at 201-384-1453

Dumont Cracked The Top 250!

Dumont ranked #193 in LendEDU’s new report ranking the best towns in New Jersey to find a deli.

LendEDU is based in Hoboken, New Jersey, and we realize how important it is to be surrounded by good delis. We thought it would be a cool idea to rank New Jersey towns according to how many delis they had per person, so we did it. And, Dumont cracked the top 250!

Using licensed data, LendEDU was able to find the exact number of delis and sandwich shops that existed in every town in New Jersey. We divided that number by the population of the town and the resulting number was LendEDU’s Deli Density Index.

The full report and methodology can be found here: https://lendedu.com/blog/ranking-new-jersey-towns-deli-density-index/

I encourage you to share Dumont’s recognition with the community through your website and social media. I have a feeling fellow New Jerseyans are going to take some pride in this.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

PSE&G customers still have time to apply for LIHEAP to receive:

  • Heating benefits
  • Medically-necessary cooling benefits
  • Additional financial assistance of up to $450 in LIHEAP Emergency Assistance (for residential electric and gas heating customers who have already applied for, or received, LIHEAP benefits and are struggling to pay winter heating bills.)  For LIHEAP Emergency Assistance, customers must have a shut-off notice on their PSE&G account.


The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is taking applications until May 31, 2017.  In addition to financial assistance towards winter heating and medically necessary cooling bills, LIHEAP also screens program applicants for another payment assistance program, the Universal Service Fund (USF), which provides low income households with a monthly credit of $5 to $150.  There are also payment assistance programs for clients who are not low income, but have fallen behind on their energy bills.

Attached is a quick reference guide on all programs, as well as a LIHEAP application.

First Annual Bergen County Care Fair


Sunday, April 23, 2017, 12:00-5:00pm
Hilton Hotel, 650 Terrace Avenue, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ

A One Stop Source to help all Bergen residents cut through the health care and support system maze, learn about their options and connect with the right providers and resources.

For further information, please click on the following links:


New Jersey Career Connections-Veterans Services

We believe that those who stood first in line to defend our country should be the first in line to reap the benefits of freedom: a fair chance to a good education, a good job and a good life.

If you are a Veteran looking for work, collecting unemployment or your unemployment has recently ended, you may qualify for the Employer Partnership Grant On-The-Job Training Program.

For further information, please click on the below link:

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels North Jersey is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that provides more than a meal to our homebound  neighbors by nourishing both the body and the mind through the delivery of nutritious meals and daily personal visits. 

For further information, please see the attached or click on the following link: Meals on Wheels


Dumont Shade Tree Commission Annual Seminar-3/6/17

The Hackensack Watershed and a Healthy Forest

The Dumont Shade Tree Commission is honored to host Hackensack Riverkeeper Bill Sheehan at our 2017 DSTC seminar. It is fitting and appropriate in the 20th anniversary year of the Hackensack Riverkeeper organization that Captain Bill comes to Dumont to talk about the pressures facing the watershed what can be done to ensure a healthy and thriving community. Please join us for a lively and informative presentation from the foremost advocate for the Hackensack River Watershed of which Dumont is a vital part. Bill will discuss his work in the Riverkeeper organization, the great strides that have been made from its inception 20 years ago, and the challenges we face as we enter a new political era. Bill will discuss the role trees play in protection of the watershed and how proper management of this vital resource is one of the most important components of a healthy ecosystem.
Join us at the Dumont Senior Center, 39 Dumont Avenue, at 7:30pm on March 6th 2017. The event is free to the community. Coffee and refreshments.

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