ROSELLE PARK, NJ - Roselle Park Borough Clerk Andrew Casais announced that municipal buildings in Roselle Park will be reopening to the public on Monday, October 5.
The buildings had been open for essential staff only throughout the pandemic and reopened to the majority of workers two months ago.
“We’re happy to have the public back in,” said Casais. “But we do want to let them know that COVID is a very real thing, it is still ongoing, we still get new cases almost every week.”
To protect residents and municipal employees, face masks will be required at all times inside the buildings. Exceptions will be made only for health reasons and children under 2.
Hand sanitizing stations have been set up throughout the buildings and masks will be available only for people who do not have their own. The only municipal building that will not be reopening Monday is the library because of work that is happening.
In other news, Roselle Park residents can apply for a permit to participate in the borough-wide garage sale the weekend of October 17. Permits cost $10 and are available through the borough clerk’s office.