HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Hasbrouck Heights is scheduled to re-open the borough's playgrounds on Thursday, July 2.

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced the re-opening of amusement park rides, water parks and playgrounds on June 23. The re-opening plan was coordinated by Borough Administrator Mike Kronyak and DPW Director William Spindler. 

Playground equipment will be disinfected using sprayers on a regular basis, but not daily. It will be a recurring cleaning schedule, based on weather and manufacturer’s recommendations. Restrooms at Woodland Park will be opened with cleanings twice daily, first thing in the morning and after lunch.

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Hasbrouck Heights has playgrounds at Woodland Park, Central Avenue at the municipal lot, and on Pasadena Avenue off the Boulevard.

Woodland Park and other town parks were closed on April 9.  Woodland re-opened Saturday, May 2, but the playground remained closed.

Parks will be open from 7:30 a.m. to dusk.

 

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