North Bergen Township Commended for Handling of Recent Snowfall

North Bergen, NJ – The Township of North Bergen has received praise for its efficient and effective snow removal efforts following a recent snowfall. The Township’s Department of Public Works (DPW) worked tirelessly throughout the night to clear roads and ensure the safety of residents.

“I want to thank the great men and women of the DPW for staying devoted to their commitment to the residents of North Bergen,” said Mayor Nick Sacco. “I’m incredibly proud of their hard work and dedication, and I know that our community appreciates it.”

Before the snowfall, the Township had already begun salting roads and ensuring that the DPW had all the necessary supplies to keep the streets and sidewalks safe. Mayor Sacco and Public Works Commissioner Frank Gargiulo were also closely involved in the process.

Crews have been working non-stop since the beginning of the snowfall to ensure that residents and emergency vehicles have clear passageways to use. The Township encourages residents to continue to exercise caution when traveling on the roads, especially during the winter months when snow and ice can create hazardous driving conditions.

The Township will be posting regular updates on their Facebook and Twitter pages to keep residents informed of conditions and any emergency information they need to know.

North Bergen Township’s effective handling of the recent snowfall is a testament to the dedication and hard work of its public servants. With their commitment to the safety and well-being of the community, residents can rest assured that they are in good hands.