WNY Restricts Public Access to Town Hall Due to Rise in COVID Cases

In a Facebook post on Wednesday afternoon, the Town of West New York announced that public access to Town Hall on 60th Street has been restricted.  The announcement read:                                                                                                                                   “With the recent surge in the number of Coronavirus cases, the Town of West New York urges everyone to refrain from any unnecessary public interactions. With this in mind, public access to Town Hall is restricted until further notice.  Most town services are available online and by phone.  Municipal employees are continuing to work at their jobs and can respond to answer questions and concerns from the public via telephone and email.  Visit westnewyorknj.org/directory or use the link below for contact information.
Frequently requested forms are available online at westnewyorknj.org/forms.  Copies of the most commonly requested forms can also be picked up at the Chambers entrance to Town Hall, around the side of the building. Completed forms can be emailed back or deposited in the drop box by the Chambers entrance.”
Anyone who has general questions, or residents who are unsure which department to contact, should email Townclerk@westnewyorknj.org .
The town encourages residents to make an appointment at its vaccination site in West New York.   To schedule an appointment, click on the following links:
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