HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -- Hasbrouck Heights residents have taken advantage of the borough's new No Knock registry since it officially launched in late July.
The online registry went live on July 22, according to Acting Borough Clerk Laurie Varga. Over 200 residents have registered, all through the online link on the borough's website. The link can be found on the borough's main page, on the left-hand side under Action Center.
Residents are also able to sign up for the registry in-person at the Clerk's office during regular business hours.
Additional details about the registry can be found at Knock, Knock: Hasbrouck Heights to Establish No Knock Registry in August
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