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Please help us help the Holland Township Department of Public
Works in clearing our roads by moving your vehicles off of snow
Per the Holland Township Ordinance, parking is prohibited on any
snow covered roadway, regardless of the amount of snow. Vehicles
will be ticketed and possibly towed. There will be no warnings given.
§ 170-17 Designation of snow emergency no-parking areas.
Whenever snow has fallen and the accumulation is such that it covers
the street or highway to the extent that snowplowing is required or is
being undertaken, an emergency shall exist, and no vehicle shall be
parked on either side of any of the streets or parts thereof accepted
or maintained by the Township.
The above parking prohibitions shall remain in effect after the snow
has ceased until the streets have been plowed sufficiently and to the
extent that parking will not interfere with the normal flow of traffic.
Do you know someone interested in becoming more prepared for
the unknown? Do you want to be part of those that will be there to
help our community in a disaster? Holland Township CERT held its
first class in 2004 and since that time we have expanded our team
to over 50 members!
CERT training educates people about disaster preparedness for
hazards that may impact Holland Township and surrounding
communities. This is a free 24 hour course where participants will
learn how to work as a team in the event of an emergency. In
addition, you will learn about shelter operations in Holland
Township should the need arise. No prior experience or training is
necessary and everyone is welcome to join!
Classes will begin April 5, 2016 and will continue each Tuesday
through May 31, 2016 with a final drill on June 18, 2016. The classes
will begin at 7:30 pm until 9:30 pm.
To join our team please email us your name, address, email address
and phone number to email@example.com or you can call us at
(908) 995-9629. For more information click here
Be Safer, Stronger & Better Prepared.
|Holland Township police department
Hunterdon County, New Jersey
61 Church Road
Milford, New Jersey 08848
Dispatch: (908) 995.4670
Office: (908) 995.2804
Emergency Dial 9-1-1
Holland Township residents are currently being targeted by scammers claiming to be from the IRS. Victims are
told that they owe money to the IRS and must pay immediately. The scammer may even threaten to have
someone come to your house to arrest you.
The scammers attempt to use fear and will attempt to bully you into paying money to them through Western
Union and GreenDot cards. Please do not send them money. If you receive one of these scam phone calls,
The IRS will not:
- Call you to demand immediate payment. The IRS will not call you if you owe taxes without first sending you a
bill in the mail.
- Demand that you pay your taxes a certain way.
- Ask for your credit card or debit card numbers over the phone
- Threaten to bring in police or other agencies to arrest you for not paying.
If you have paid any money, please report it to the Holland Township Police Department as soon as possible.
We can be reached at (908) 995-4670.