WOODLAND PARK - Since Nov. 1, Woodland Park has had 172 new COVID-19 cases in the Borough. The concerning spike is expected to increase after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Mayor Keith Kazmark announced on Nov. 25 that the Municipal Building, Department of Public Works offices, and Alfred Baumann Library will continue to be closed to public access - beyond its initial reopening date of Nov. 30 to maintain the health and safety of everyone. A new tentative reopening date has not been determined.
The Borough will continue to provide services via e-mail, telephone and pre-scheduled appointments when appropriate. The Police Department and DPW are maintaining operations with additional precautions and health and safety protocols in place.
- The Recycling Center will remain open from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- The Library building will remain closed. It will continue curbside service and virtual programming, and staff are available via email and phone during operating hours.
- Municipal parks will remain open.
- All Building Department, Code Enforcement and Fire Prevention inspections will continue to be scheduled as normal.
- Online payments for taxes, water bills and other programs remain available via wpnj.us. Tax and water payments can also be made via the drop box in the Police Department foyer.
- Public meetings including Mayor and Council, Board of Education, Planning Board and Board of Adjustment will continue as planned with mask wearing and social distancing guidelines in place, unless otherwise noted.
For updates, visit www.wpnj.us or the Borough’s Facebook page.