Ridgewood Schools to Remain Closed
Due to the power outage at Village hall the Police Department website and Village website have been down since the Monday. Updates will continue to be released on our Facebook page.
10.30.12: UPDATED ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT
12:15 P.M.: The Ridgewood Public Schools will REMAIN CLOSED on Tuesday, October 30th AND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, due to the after-effects of Hurricane Sandy. We will continue to send information out from the Ridgewood Office of Emergency Management. You still can sign up to get these important messages from Village directly by going to the Village website at www.ridgewoodnj.net and look for E-notices on the right side of the page.
Please share the message below with friends and neighbors who may be without power:
I hope everyone made it through the hurricane safely. The danger is still not over. The Ridgewood Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, October 30th and Wednesday, October 31st. Based on the damage assessments we may have to close additional days. Please remember as you start to clean up… No branches in the streets. The Ridgewood Police Department and I urge you to stay indoors and keep all children indoors tonight, tomorrow and until your neighborhood is safe.
Clean up and power restoration will take time. Please be patient and know the Village of Ridgewood Emergency Services is working 24/7 to make sure our community is safe.
Be safe, check on your neighbors and friends.
Daniel Fishbein, Ed.D
Ridgewood Public Schools
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