Haledon Police Department- Nixle Connect System
The Haledon Police Department is proud to annouce the implementation of the NIXLE CONNECT System. The NIXLE CONNECT system allows the HPD to disseminate an alert for critical incidents and/or an advisory occuring in the Borough of Haledon. Click here for further information.
Haledon 100 Years of History 1908-2008
The Centennial Book celebrating Haledon's 100 years of history is now available for purchase at the Haledon Municipal Complex. This book follows the progress and changes from being incorporated in 1908 to present day.
Comments from letters written by those who have witnessed Haledon's growth.
Historian Bunny Botto Kuiken.... a trip down memory lane...
Mayor Domenick Stampone....(Haledon) created in response to State laws that favored "home rule"....the birthplace of the American labor movement was solidified...
Senator Frank R. Lautenberg...thousands of mill workers met at the Botto house to demand a living wage, an end to child labor, and call for safer working conditions for people like my father who worked in the Paterson silk mills.....
Congressman Bill Pascrell Jr.....the spirit of the people of Haledon is the spirit of freedom and democracy that has infused our nation from its inception...
Many people have given their time, pictures and stories to assist in producing a rich cultural and historically accurate accounting of the Borough of Haledon.
The Centennial Edition can be purchased for $30 at the Municipal Clerk's office, 510 Belmont Avenue. Once the initial print has sold out the book will be made available at printing cost.
Haledon Office of Emergency Management-Emergency Alert System
Attention to all Haledon residents, the Haledon Office of Emergency Management has set up a Emergency Alert System through NIXLE. This Emergency Alert System will advise residents by text message and/or email of any emergency situations in the Borough of Haledon. Emergency situations such as: serious weather alerts, traffic alerts, missing persons, water emergencies, evacuations, or any other pertinent information. Residents may register by texting 07508 to 888777 or going on to the following website: www.nixle.com. Any questions contact the Office of Emergency Management at 973-595-7766 ext. 135.
Do you have a fire hydrant near your home?
If you have a fire hydrant near your home, the Borough is requesting residents to please remove any snow that covers or obstructs access to fire hydrants. For Public Safety reasons, your assistance is greatly appreciated.