HELPFUL LOCAL INFORMATION
Woodland Park Police Has Joined "Neighbors by Ring"
Acting Police Chief John Uzzalino announces that the Police Department has joined the "Neighbors by Ring" app in an effort to reduce crime in the community. The app will allow the Police to inform the community of real-time crime and safety events, so you can always stay informed. The "Neighbors by Ring" app also allows users to share something directly with the police.
You do not need Ring devices to participate. Anyone with any camera system can upload content to the app. To download the app, text "staysafe" to 555888. Remember, if you see something, share something, and report it to the Woodland Park Police at 973-345-8111 or submit a non-emergency report online at wpnj.us/police/reportform. For an emergency call 9-1-1.
The food pantry, serving Little Falls, Totowa and Woodland Park will be open every Saturday.
St. Agnes Church in Little Falls, 65 Union Ave., has a food pantry which serves those in need throughout the area. The pantry provides supplemental groceries to those who cannot afford enough food to sustain themselves and their families, no questions asked.
Those wishing to donate can do so 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week, via an outside drop box. Online donations via credit card can be made here.
The pantry accepts donations of non-perishable food items such as cereal, peanut butter, canned fish and meats, rice, pasta, canned fruits and vegetables, soups, sauce, as well as cat and dog food. Paper products are also accepted.
If anyone is in need of food, the pantry will be open Saturdays from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. This weekend, April 18, there will be bread and produce, and pantry organizers are hoping to have meat and dairy as well.
Bags will be placed in a vehicle's trunk or back seat to limit contact. Any questions, contact Bob Dombrowski at 201-247-5009.
Church Services Live Streaming
Many area churches have begun to livestream masses. See a list below:
Contact these restaurants for take-out or delivery. See list below: