Montclair Township Announces Street Closings for Fourth of July Parade


MONTCLAIR, NJ - The 65th annual July 4th parade will be held rain or shine, it begins at 11 a.m., Saturday, July 4 at the corner of Bloomfield and South Fullerton Avenues. For July 4th parade, picnic and fireworks display information, visit

The Township of Montclair has announced the following street closures for Saturday, July 4 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.:

- South Fullerton Avenue
- Hawthorne Place from Prospect Terrace to Orange Road
- Union Street from Prospect Terrace to Orange Road
- Plymouth Street from South Fullerton Avenue to Orange Road
- The Crescent from South Fullerton Avenue to Trinity Place
- Bloomfield Avenue from North Willow Street to Valley Road
- South Park Street from Bloomfield Avenue to Church Street
- Park Street from Bloomfield Avenue to Portland Place
- Midland Avenue
- Watchung Avenue from Midland Avenue to Valley Road
- Valley Road from Watchung Avenue to Berkley Place
- Vera Place
- Holland Terrace
- Parkway from Valley Road to Edgemont Road
- Edgemont Road from Watchung Avenue to Berkeley Place
- Central Avenue from Valley Road to Wendover Road
- All cross streets off of Midland Avenue for 1 block in both directions

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Montclair Township offices will be closed Friday, July 3, in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Refuse in Section 2 and recycling in business areas will be collected and the Community Services yard will be open from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. for recycling drop-off.

The Senior Bus and Evening Shuttle are suspended.



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