MABORC Halloween Bash - Trunks Needed & Volunteer Opportunities
Mount Arlington Region
Tomco is scheduled to close Oneida Avenue at the Howard Boulevard Intersection on Monday, September 12th.
The businesses along Nolans point are sponsoring the Christmas in July event. Where all proceeds will benefit local Food Pantries.
The Mount Arlington Police next Neighborhood Watch Community Meeting is scheduled for October 11th. And they lined up a great presenter from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Pictured above is the support from Mount Arlington Mayor, Scouts and MAPD that supported the Veteran's cruise on Lake Hopatcong, by waving the Red, White and Blue flag of the USA.
Junior Girl Scout Troop 94597 completed a Buddy Bench for their Bronze Award. It was dedicated to their former classmate Christopher D'Amico who passed away last summer, and donated to the Borough. The bench will be placed at the Fireman's Field playground.
Mount Arlington Fire / Rescue Company would like to congratulate FF Keith Moore and FF Keith Cray on graduating the fire academy.
On August 27, 2016 the Mount Arlington Fire / Rescue Company held their annual Firefighter banquet dinner at Casa Bianca in Jefferson to honor two past chiefs.
2016 Free Summer Movie Nights -- Featuring:
Mount Arlington is pleased to present the 2016 Free Summer Movie Nights, which is fun for the entire family. Concession stand will be open serving hot dogs, drinks and assorted snacks. All proceeds benefit the Mt. Arlington Recreation Program.
The Mount Arlington 4th Annual Youth Sand Castle Building Contest became a serious contest as the residents age 5 – 14 took to the sand.
From the Mount Arlington Fire & Rescue Facebook Page
So last night we were at the firehouse standing in the bay's doing our nightly drill. A little girl walked past and we noticed that she put something in front of two of our bays.
Construction for the realignment of Howard Boulevard in Mount Arlington from Oneida Avenue south approximately one half mile is set to begin on Wednesday, July 27, 2016.
Mount Arlington was awarded a $20,000 Sustainable Jersey grant funded by the PSEG Foundation. Four $20,000 grants, eight $10,000 grants and twenty $2,000 grants were distributed to fund a variety of projects including reclaiming paved surfaces for community gardens, protecting community tree cover, water conservation, green infrastructure, natural resources protection, park revitalization, promoting healthy lifestyles and green team capacity building.