Bergen County Community Development

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Bergen County Community Development
Bergen County Community Development is listed in the Government Services category in Garfield, New Jersey. Displayed below are the social networks for Bergen County Community Development which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bergen County Community Development on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

Contact information for Bergen County Community Development is:
480 Midland Ave
Garfield, NJ 07026
(973) 253-0543

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Bergen County Community Development has an overall ZapScore of 88. This means that Bergen County Community Development has a higher ZapScore than 88% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Garfield, New Jersey is 29 and in the Government Services category is 29. Learn more about ZapScore

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Summer @NJTRANSIT commuters please be aware: Modified Service Plan July 10th - September 1st njtransit.com/sa/sa_servlet.…

Bergen County commuters who rely on NJ Transit - please be aware that NJ Transit has announced modified summer hours. Please see below: Modified Service Plan Due to Amtrak's Summer Track Repair Work in Effect Monday, July 10 through Friday, September 1, 2017 "Long overdue Amtrak track repair work will significantly disrupt travel this summer for customers who normally travel on the Morris & Essex Midtown Direct service to and from Penn Station New York. As a result, for their inconvenience, Morris & Essex Lines customers will receive about a 50 percent discount off the regular Hoboken ticket cost, in addition to cross-honoring with ferry and PATH service at Hoboken Terminal. NJ TRANSIT Service Plan for July 10th - September 1st The following weekday rail service plan will be in place continuously from July 10th through September 1st. Main/Bergen, Pascack Valley and Port Jervis Lines will operate on regular weekday schedules however customers may need to adjust their connections to New York at Secaucus. Midtown Direct trains on the Morristown Line will be diverted to Hoboken. Midtown Direct trains on the Gladstone Branch will be diverted to Hoboken. All Midtown Direct trains on the Montclair-Boonton Line will operate on regular weekday schedules with minor time changes to/from PSNY. All Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line trains will operate on regular weekday schedules with minor time changes to/from PSNY. Raritan Valley Line will operate on regular weekday schedules with adjustments to PSNY schedules. NJ TRANSIT’s regular weekend service will remain in effect through the summer Amtrak Track Repair Work." For more information please visit http://www.njtransit.com/sa/sa_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=CustomerNoticeTo&NoticeId=2501.
NJ TRANSIT is New Jersey's public transportation corporation. Its mission is to provide safe, reliable, convenient and cost-effective transit service with a skilled team of employees, dedicated to our customers' needs and committed to excellence

Since 1992, the month of May has been designated by Congress as Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Every year, the County of Bergen hosts a ceremony to celebrate the month by recognize outstanding individuals who have played an important role in their communities. This year, the county recognized individuals who have made major local contributions in law enforcement, community service, education, and leadership. On behalf of the County of Bergen, we congratulate: NJ Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Association – Law Enforcement Service Award Samuel Easo – Community Service Award Mona H. Wang – Education Contribution Award Reverend Gaudencio Soriano – Leadership Award The county was delighted to be joined by the Chen Wei Dance Studio, Alex & Cristina Bontia, the Chinese Qipao Qing Palace Dance, and the Woorigarak Korean Cultural Art Center who all performed cultural artistic renditions. We would also like to thank Bodyworks REHAB, Korean Community Services, Anna’s Garden Market, NJ Korean American Parents Association, Christine Bakery, Barbeque Pit, the Korean Community Center of Tenafly, Grand Indian Restaurant, USA Premier Ivy Education Alliance, Clifton Buffet, Tropical Hut, Dim Sum Dynasty, and the Woorigarak Korean Cultural Center of Englewood Cliffs for their support in helping with today’s event.


Start the day off right with a cup of coffee at one of these great local Bergen County shops northjersey.com/story/life/foo…

Start the day off right with a cup of coffee at one of these great local Bergen County shops: Kuppi Coffee Company Sogno Coffee Cool Beans International Coffee & Teas Koffeewagon Roasters American Bulldog Coffee Roasters RIdgewood Ridgewood Coffee Company Tenafly Coffee Company http://www.northjersey.com/story/life/food/2017/05/19/north-jerseys-must-stop-coffee-shops/99225236/
It takes more than good beans and a high-tech machine to make a coffee place stand out.

On April 24th, the County held a solemn memorial ceremony to recognize the 102nd anniversary of beginning of the Armenian Genocide. Starting in 1915, hundreds of thousands of Armenians were killed, simply because of who they were. We stood united to say with one voice: “Never Again.” The ceremony included a service in front of the Armenian Genocide Memorial at the County Courthouse and raising the Armenian flag in the courtyard of the County Administration Building.


RT @drugfreenj: Attention, @bergencountynj. Join the conversation at the #KnockOutOpioidAbuse Town Hall on May 31. @HZNFoundation https://t…


Nine Bergen County companies made the Forbes top large and midsize “Best Employers” li hackensack.dailyvoice.com/business/forbe…

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Since 1992, the month of May has been designated by Congress as Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Every year, the County of Bergen hosts a ceremony to celebrate the month by recognize outstanding individuals who have played an important role in their communities. This year, the county recognized individuals who have made major local contributions in law enforcement, community service, education, and leadership. On behalf of the County of Bergen, we congratulate: NJ Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Association – Law Enforcement Service Award Samuel Easo – Community Service Award Mona H. Wang – Education Contribution Award Reverend Gaudencio Soriano – Leadership Award The county was delighted to be joined by the Chen Wei Dance Studio, Alex & Cristina Bontia, the Chinese Qipao Qing Palace Dance, and the Woorigarak Korean Cultural Art Center who all performed cultural artistic renditions. We would also like to thank Bodyworks REHAB, Korean Community Services, Anna’s Garden Market, NJ Korean American Parents Association, Christine Bakery, Barbeque Pit, the Korean Community Center of Tenafly, Grand Indian Restaurant, USA Premier Ivy Education Alliance, Clifton Buffet, Tropical Hut, Dim Sum Dynasty, and the Woorigarak Korean Cultural Center of Englewood Cliffs for their support in helping with today’s event. Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco


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