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Montclair Township Announces Street Closings for Fourth of July Parade

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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 www.montclairnjusa.org/july4th.

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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