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Fair Lawn Urges Residents to Take Advantage of Special Needs Registry

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FAIR LAWN, NJ - Fair Lawn Emergency Management maintains a Residential Special Needs Registry for residents who may require special attention during times of emergency.  

The registry is for Fair Lawn residents only. If you or someone you know is using oxygen in their home, requires a walker to get around, is on dialysis, or has any other form of physical or mental disability, take a few moments to fill out the attached application and return it to Emergency Management.  

Emergency Management assures all information is kept confidential and is distributed to the police, fire, rescue, ambulance, health, and public works departments for use during an emergency.

If you have any questions, please contact Emergency Management at 201-794-5390 or email oem@fairlawn.org.

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