Hasbrouck Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Hasbrouck Heights Police Department
  • Address: 248 Hamilton Ave, Hasbrouck Heights , 07604 NJ
  • Chief: Michael J. Colaneri (Chief of Police)
Phone: 201-288-1000

Hasbrouck Heights Police Department is located at 248 Hamilton Ave, Hasbrouck Heights , 07604 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael J. Colaneri. The Hasbrouck Heights Police Department phone number is 201-288-1000.

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Hasbrouck Heights Public Schools are on a Delayed Opening Schedule for Thursday, March 22nd

Most of NJ is now under snowfall. Periods of moderate-to-heavy snowfall are expected between now and ~midnight tonight. This should wrap up from W to E so maybe by 10PM for PHL and 2AM for the ENJ coast. Now that the sun is on its way down, surface accumulations should take hold more easily due to dropping surface temperatures. Later start for the thumping? Yes but it looks like a later finish as well early tomorrow morning. Some very heavy bands of snow should develop across New Jersey this evening. Let’s let this system play out tonight and overnight before judging it prematurely. Winds and coastal flooding performing about as expected. The bottom line for safety: Travel conditions are about to rapidly deteriorate for the PM rush hour so please be safe! -------from weathernj.com

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If power goes out, CALL PSEG directly at 1-800-436-7734. This will expedite response time. Call POLICE for emergencies only.

Once again, there is NO OVERNIGHT PARKING tonight. Vehicles must be removed from Borough roads. Seek alternate parking

The roads are treacherous. We are working diligently with DPW to assure an efficient clean up. Please stay off the roads unless it’s absolutely necessary to travel!

Be Prepared for the forecast of snow. Snowfall amounts have been upgraded to the range of 12"- 16". There will be no OVERNIGHT PARKING tonight.

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Anyone with information that could help find the vehicles and/or their drivers is asked to contact the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Fatal Accident Investigation Unit at (201) 226-5698 or the Moonachie Police Department at (201) 641-9100. Photo Credit: COURTESY: Bergen County Prosecutor

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and brothers of Jersey City Police Lieutenant Christopher Robateau, who was struck and killed by a vehicle on the New Jersey Turnpike.

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From the officers and their families of the HHPD, we wish you a Safe and Happy New Years.

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Happy Holidays! To ensure your safety this holiday season, please consider the following safety tips. -Let a trustworthy neighbor know if you're planning to go out of town for the holidays so that they can keep an eye on your home. Don't hide a key outside the house! -Stop your mail and newspaper delivery. If it piles up, it's a sure sign you're not home. -Park in well-lit and high activity areas close to store entrances during your last minute holiday shopping. Keep all windows closed and doors locked. Do not leave valuables visible in your vehicle! If you need to return to your car while shopping, place your bags in the trunk and move your car to another safe location. -Leave Emergency Contacts with neighbors to provide them with another way to help out in case a safety concern arises.. -Arm your security system to protect your home. While it may seem obvious, your mind is distracted when you're rushing out the door. Don't forget this simple step to ensure your home stays protected. We hope you have a wonderful and safe time celebrating the holidays with your friends, family, and neighbors.