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“Seniors In Taxis” Program Provides Reduced Taxi Fares to Seniors PDF Print E-mail

Tueday, November 17, 2015

Taxi sign litMontclair taxi vouchers are now available at a discounted price to residents age 62 and older at the Montclair Health Department (third floor, Montclair Municipal Building, 205 Claremont Avenue). Voucher holders may ride taxis door-to-door throughout the Township, as well as to and from the Mountainside Hospital area. The ‘Seniors In Taxis’ SIT program is a pilot initiative developed in response to a transportation priority identified by seniors in a 2013 township-wide survey conducted by the Montclair Senior Citizens Advisory Committee (SCAC). Partners for Health Foundation is funding the program and Lifelong Montclair, the Montclair Department of Health & Human Services, and SCAC helped implement it.

Historic Preservation Commission Announces 2015 Award Winners PDF Print E-mail

Monday, November 16, 2015

Avdicevic home front porchThe Montclair Historic Preservation Commission is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Historic Preservation Awards. The awards will be presented at the Commission’s November 19 meeting which will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Montclair Municipal Building Council Chambers, 205 Claremont Avenue.

Bricks & Mortar Preservation Award (Non-Residential)

The Montclair Historical Society will be recognized for their efforts to rehabilitate the Crane House & Historic YWCA, located at 110 Orange Road.

Notchwood, LLC will be recognized for their redevelopment work of the Upper Montclair Train Station.

Montclair Earns National and International Age-Friendly Community Designation PDF Print E-mail

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Lifelong Montclair logoThe Township's Lifelong Montclair aging in place initiative is pleased to announce that Montclair is now a member of AARP’s Network of Age-friendly Communities and the World Health Organization’s Global Network of Age-friendly Cities and Communities. Montclair is only the second New Jersey municipality to receive such a designation, following Princeton.

“Membership in the AARP and WHO networks means that Montclair leaders and residents have made the commitment to actively work toward making the Township a great place for people of all ages,” said Lifelong Montclair Project Director, Dr. Katie York.

In order to achieve the designation Montclair had to demonstrate its commitment to being an age-friendly community by addressing, or showing a commitment to address, certain requirements:


The Montclair Water Bureau announces that it will begin the fall flushing of fire hydrants on dead end water mains and on streets which border a neighboring town starting Monday, November 9. The flushing is being done during daytime hours, Monday through Friday, between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. It will take approximately 3 weeks to complete.

The purpose of this program is to flush water mains, removing accumulated sediment in the lines and to operate, lubricate and test fire hydrants to insure adequate fire protection.

There may be unavoidable discoloration of water and some loss of pressure during flushing in your area. Discolored water could occur at any time during the flushing period but more likely when hydrants are flushed in your neighborhood. This will be temporary and should clear up within a short period of time.

If you experience discolored water, open the cold water faucets on the lowest floor of the house and allow the water to run until it clears (usually within 30 minutes). Discolored or cloudy water is potable, but not desirable to use.

Residents are reminded to make sure that their water is running clear before washing laundry.

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