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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.

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:

MFD, St. James Church Coat Drive PDF Print E-mail

Monday, November 9, 2015

The Montclair Fire Department and St. James Church are working together for a seasonal coat drive to help those in need in our community keep warm when the temperatures drop. Please feel free to drop off any size coats for all ages, children and adults at the three fire house locations:

151 Harrison Avenue
588 Valley Road
Fire Headquarters at 1 Pine Street

Ring the bell a fire fighter will happily receive your coats. The coat drive runs through Monday, December 7.


Thursday, October 29, 2015

The second sewer utility bill payment installment is due on December 1, 2015. Payments received after December 1 are subject to interest.

Sewer utility bills were mailed out in May, with both installments attached. The first payment installment had a 30-day grace period -- first installment payments received after June 30 are subject to interest.

The second sewer utility bill installment has a seven-month grace period (from the May date). Any payments for the second sewer utility bill installment that are received after December 1 are subject to interest.

If you have questions about your sewer bill, please contact the billing office at 973-509-4977 (or 4921, 4922, 4923, 4924, 4925)

Sewer bill payments may now be made online using Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express credit cards.

User convenience fees are as follows:

• All other debit and credit cards: 2.95%
• Electronic check $1.05 per transaction

To pay your sewer bill online please go to the online payment portal:

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