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    Township of West Orange
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    Send Date:
    1/11/2018 11:59:00 AM
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    'In and Around West Orange' 1/11/2018

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     tmh
    WOPD Introduces "Take Me Home" ID To Help Track At Risk Residents
    The program can help find someone who has run, wandered or just walked away
    from a location within the township and ease in their safe return. The Take Me Home
    program is helpful for people who are nonverbal or easily 
    disoriented. This includes those
    who suffer from Autism, Dementia, Deafness, 
    Alzheimer’s and other developmental disabilities. 
    The program is strictly voluntary and not limited by age or disability. Click here for an application
    Visit www.westorange.org/tmh for more information or call 973-325-4045/4007
     
     swift911
    West Orange Emergency Call System

    Sign up to receive calls, emails and/or texts from the Township when an emergency may arise or important information needs to be distributed to residents. Click here to sign up
     
     Recycle Xmas Tree
    Christmas Tree Curbside Pick Began 1/2
    Do NOT place in plastic bags.
    All ornaments and decorations MUST be removed.
    Call WO DPW at 973-325-4067 or email publicworks@westorange.org  for collection.
     
     open hours
    Mayor Parisi's Open Office Hours 
    6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
    1/11 TONIGHT
    Town Hall- Room 106, 66 Main St.
    No appointment necessary. Stop by and chat with the Mayor. 
    Come in and discuss your concerns and ideas. 
    Upcoming date(s):  1/25, 2/8, 2/22, 3/8, 3/22, 4/5 & 4/19

     
     wo-arts-logo.jpg
    West Orange Arts Council Presents
    1-4 p.m. Opening Reception
    1/13 Saturday (1/14 Sunday Snow Date)
    INVASION (New Collages by Lisa Suss) 
    &
    MIND'S EYE (Paintings by Carol Black-Lemon)
    West Orange Arts Center, 551 Valley Road
    Exhibit Runs: January 13 - February 11 (Open Weekends and by Appointment)

    West Orange Arts Council Board Meeting 
    7 p.m.
    1/18
    Upcoming Meetings:  2/15, 3/15, 4/19, 5/17 & 6/21
    West Orange Arts Center, 551 Valley Rd.
    Visit www.woarts.org for more information
     
     sam cali
    Inaugural Sam Cali Invitational Battle for the Belt
    Wrestling Tournament
    1/13-1/14/2018

    Located at West Orange High School, Tarnoff Gym, 51 Conforti Ave.
    For more information & sponsorship, click here

     
     wofs
    The 2018 West Orange Classic Film Festival
    Sundays at 2 p.m
    .
    AMC Essex Green
    Tickets on sale at Fandango.com

    Schedule:
    January 14 The Great Dictator
    January 21 Shadow of a Doubt
    January 28 Laurel & Hardy Double Feature
                          The Music Box and Way Out West 
    February 4 Love and Anarchy
    February 11 Black Maria Film Festival
    February 18 Do the Right Thing
    February 25 Shane
     
    wo logo
    Martin Luther King, Jr Day
    1/15 Monday

    All Municipal Offices will be closed
    There will be NO Jitney service
    There will be regular trash and recycling pick up.
     
    MLK
    Martin Luther King Day Celebration
    10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    1/15  Monday

    Celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and deserving West Orange Residents.
    The Life Christian Church, 747 Northfield Ave. This event is sponsored by the West Orange Human Relations Commission. 
     
     town hall
    Township Council Meeting(s)
    6:30  p.m.
    1/23 Tuesday

    Council Chambers, 66 Main St.
    Upcoming meetings:    2/6, 2/27, 3/13, 3/27, 
    4/10, 4/24, 5/8, 5/22, 6/12 & 6/26

     
     19260665_1768641266485743_161793971656026998_n.jpg
    Upcoming Board of Education Meeting(s) 
    8 p.m.
    1/22  Monday
    Upcoming Meetings:    2/12, 2/26, 3/12, 3/26, 4/16, 5/7, 5/21, 6/4 & 6/18

    Library Media Center, West Orange High School, 51 Conforti Ave.
    Dates subject to change. Click
     here for more info

     
     WOCC 2018
    West Orange Chamber of Commerce Annual Breakfast &
    Mayor's State of the Township Address

    8-9:30 a.m.
    1/31 Wednesday

    The Wilshire Grand Hotel, 350 Pleasant Valley Way
    Tickets $35 in advance, $45 at the door; Tickets will be available after 1/1 at the Mayor's Office or
    on-line at www.westorangechamber.com
     
     Bowling for Dollars 2018.jpg
    5th Annual Bowling For Scholarship Dollars
    7:30 -10:30 p.m.
    2/3 Saturday

    You are invited by the West Orange Education Fund to join West Orange High School Principal,
    Mr. Hayden Moore and the rest of the community at Eagle Rock Bowling Lanes, 424 Eagle Rock Ave.
    For more info, contact Ann Cupo 973-715-0582 or anncupo@verizon.net

     
     UNICO
    44th Annual Orange West Orange UNICO Sports Breakfast
    10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    2/25 Sunday

    WOHS, 51 Conforti Ave., Tarnoff Cafeteria
    The event honors the ‘unsung heroes’ from local high schools and within the community. It also pays tribute to the late Brian Piccolo, the famed Chicago Bears running back who died of cancer at the age of 26. Student athletes from West Orange HS, Seton Hall Prep, Golda Och Academy and Orange HS will be recognized as our local unsung heroes. This years keynote speaker will be Daniel "RUDY" Ruettiger, of Notre Dame and Motion Picture fame.

     
     st pats
    St. Patrick's Day Parade
    12:15 Step Off
    3/11 Sunday

    visit the West Orange Parade Committee for more information
     
     field goods
    Field Goods -Sustainable New Jersey
    The Township of West Orange has partnered with Field Goods to bring fresh produce to our residents on a weekly basis! Pick up weekly at First Mountain Preschool, Metropolitan Plant and Flower Exchange, or Regal Bank. Go to Field-Goods.com and learn more! New Years Resolution Coupon
     
    West Orange Senior Citizen Recreational Services
    Bingo, Zumba, Yoga, and more!
    Click here for more info
     
     WO-tax-insert-COLOR.jpg
    Save Money On Your Property Taxes!!
    Click here to get your FREE Shop West Orange Property Tax Rebate Card!
     
     drop box
    WOPD Is A Permanent Prescription Drug Drop Off Location
    The permanent collection sites are open year-round so unwanted medications can be safely discarded at the public’s convenience. Residents can dispose of their unused prescription drug medication by placing it in the marked collection sites. Dropping off medication is anonymous and safe. Residents should remove any identifying information from the medication containers, such as their name, address, telephone number and doctor’s name. Medications that are collected are brought to a licensed facility where they are safely disposed. 
    http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/meddrop/pages/locations.aspx

     
    wopd
    Learn How To Start A Neighborhood Watch

    Neighborhood watches are started in an effort to reduce crime rates, provide security, and bring together a community. This cause can unify and fill a neighborhood with pride. Watches are also a great way to build relationships with law enforcement. Click here to learn more
     
    recreation
    The West Orange Department of Recreation
    publishes a monthly electronic Rec Newsletter.  It is chock full of information about upcoming programs and deadlines for registrations.  It also includes stories detailing successful efforts of West Orange teams and individual athletes.  It can be found on the Recreation page of the Township’s website – www.westorange.org 
     
    safe exchange
    Safe Exchange Zone Program

    This program is intended to create a safe environment for the transfer of goods and money for the seller and buyer involved in an internet based, in-person sale. Click here to learn more
     
     

    njcep

    Receive tax free money to make energy related improvements
     
    What Else Is Going On In West Orange?
    Click on the logos below to stay up-to-date on everything happening in town.
     484983_484745914906878_334372539_n.jpg    1620557_10152261835734510_1201617219_n.jpg  221620_537093916343793_1597824627_n.png turtleback.jpg  936779_10151474563623124_1597948440_n.jpgwo-arts-logo.jpg  1390518_10152014725141753_1456929665_n.jpg

     
    Real-Time-Tracking (1).jpg
    Attention Jitney Commuters!!
    Download The Real-Time Tracking App!
    Click here to learn more
     
    swift911
    West Orange Emergency Call System

    Sign up to receive calls, emails and/or texts from the Township when an emergency may arise or important information needs to be distributed to residents. Click here to sign up
     
    woawl
    West Orange Animal Welfare League Adoptions

    Adoptions are scheduled from 11:00am to 3:00pm on the first and third Saturday of each month. Redemption and adoption hours are Monday through Friday from 4:30pm to 5:30pm at  the Alex Caprio Animal Control Facility, 311 Watchung Avenue, West Orange. Residents should call first.  Additional hours are available by appointment. For more info, call (973) 325-4121 or click here
     
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    Plain text message

    [mailto:squirk@westorange.org] [Please include name and mailing address]



    WOPD Introduces "Take Me Home" ID To Help Track At Risk Residents
    The program can help find someone who has run, wandered or just walked away

    from a location within the township and ease in their safe return. The Take Me Home

    program is helpful for people who are nonverbal or easily disoriented. This includes those

    who suffer from Autism, Dementia, Deafness, Alzheimer’s and other developmental disabilities.

    The program is strictly voluntary and not limited by age or disability. Click here for an application [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3738]

    Visit www.westorange.org/tmh [http://westorange.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1407] for more information or call 973-325-4045/4007





    West Orange Emergency Call System

    Sign up to receive calls, emails and/or
    texts from the Township when an emergency may arise or important
    information needs to be distributed to residents. Click here [http://www.westorange.org/swift911] to sign up






    Christmas Tree Curbside Pick Began 1/2

    Do NOT place in plastic bags.

    All ornaments and decorations MUST be removed.

    Call WO DPW at 973-325-4067 or email publicworks@westorange.org [mailto:publicworks@westorange.org] for collection.





    Mayor Parisi's Open Office Hours

    6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

    1/11 TONIGHT

    Town Hall- Room 106, 66 Main St.

    No appointment necessary. Stop by and chat with the Mayor.

    Come in and discuss your concerns and ideas.

    Upcoming date(s): 1/25, 2/8, 2/22, 3/8, 3/22, 4/5 & 4/19





    West Orange Arts Council Presents

    1-4 p.m. Opening Reception

    1/13 Saturday (1/14 Sunday Snow Date)

    INVASION (New Collages by Lisa Suss)

    &

    MIND'S EYE (Paintings by Carol Black-Lemon)

    West Orange Arts Center, 551 Valley Road

    Exhibit Runs: January 13 - February 11 (Open Weekends and by Appointment)

    West Orange Arts Council Board Meeting

    7 p.m.

    1/18

    Upcoming Meetings: 2/15, 3/15, 4/19, 5/17 & 6/21

    West Orange Arts Center, 551 Valley Rd.

    Visit www.woarts.org [http://www.woarts.org/] for more information






    Inaugural Sam Cali Invitational Battle for the Belt

    Wrestling Tournament

    1/13-1/14/2018

    Located at West Orange High School, Tarnoff Gym, 51 Conforti Ave.

    For more information & sponsorship, click here [http://www.westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3544]





    The 2018 West Orange Classic Film Festival [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3740]

    Sundays at 2 p.m.

    AMC Essex Green

    Tickets on sale at Fandango.com [https://www.fandango.com/]

    Schedule:

    January 14 The Great Dictator

    January 21 Shadow of a Doubt

    January 28 Laurel & Hardy Double Feature

    The Music Box and Way Out West

    February 4 Love and Anarchy

    February 11 Black Maria Film Festival

    February 18 Do the Right Thing

    February 25 Shane





    Martin Luther King, Jr Day

    1/15 Monday

    All Municipal Offices will be closed

    There will be NO Jitney service

    There will be regular trash and recycling pick up.




    Martin Luther King Day Celebration [http://www.westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3686]

    10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

    1/15 Monday

    Celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and deserving West Orange Residents.

    The Life Christian Church, 747 Northfield Ave. This event is sponsored by the West Orange Human Relations Commission.




    Township Council Meeting(s)

    6:30 p.m.

    1/23 Tuesday

    Council Chambers, 66 Main St.

    Upcoming meetings: 2/6, 2/27, 3/13, 3/27,

    4/10, 4/24, 5/8, 5/22, 6/12 & 6/26





    Upcoming Board of Education Meeting(s)

    8 p.m.

    1/22 Monday

    Upcoming Meetings: 2/12, 2/26, 3/12, 3/26, 4/16, 5/7, 5/21, 6/4 & 6/18

    Library Media Center, West Orange High School, 51 Conforti Ave.

    Dates subject to change. Click here [http://www.woboe.org/] for more info





    West Orange Chamber of Commerce Annual Breakfast &

    Mayor's State of the Township Address

    8-9:30 a.m.

    1/31 Wednesday

    The Wilshire Grand Hotel, 350 Pleasant Valley Way

    Tickets $35 in advance, $45 at the door; Tickets will be available after 1/1 at the Mayor's Office or

    on-line at www.westorangechamber.com [http://www.westorangechamber.com/]





    5th Annual Bowling For Scholarship Dollars

    7:30 -10:30 p.m.

    2/3 Saturday

    You are invited by the West Orange Education Fund to join West Orange High School Principal,

    Mr. Hayden
    Moore and the rest of the community at Eagle Rock Bowling Lanes, 424 Eagle Rock Ave.

    For more info, contact Ann Cupo 973-715-0582 or anncupo@verizon.net [mailto:anncupo@verizon.net]





    44th Annual Orange West Orange UNICO Sports Breakfast

    10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

    2/25 Sunday

    WOHS, 51 Conforti Ave., Tarnoff Cafeteria

    The
    event honors the ‘unsung heroes’ from local high schools and within the
    community. It also pays tribute to the late Brian Piccolo, the famed
    Chicago Bears running back who died of cancer at the age of 26. Student athletes from West Orange HS, Seton Hall Prep, Golda Och
    Academy and Orange HS will be recognized as our local unsung heroes. This years keynote speaker will be Daniel "RUDY" Ruettiger, of Notre Dame and Motion Picture fame.





    St. Patrick's Day Parade

    12:15 Step Off

    3/11 Sunday

    visit the West Orange Parade Committee [http://westorangeparade.com/] for more information




    Field Goods -Sustainable New Jersey [http://www.westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3683]

    The Township of West Orange has partnered with Field Goods to bring fresh produce to our residents on a weekly basis! Pick up weekly at First Mountain Preschool, Metropolitan Plant and Flower Exchange, or Regal Bank. Go to Field-Goods.com [http://field-goods.com/] and learn more! New Years Resolution Coupon [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3743]





    West Orange Senior Citizen Recreational Services

    Bingo, Zumba, Yoga, and more!

    Click here [http://westorange.org/index.aspx?nid=523] for more info




    Save Money On Your Property Taxes!!

    Click here [http://westorange.org/index.aspx?NID=1173] to get your FREE Shop West Orange Property Tax Rebate Card!





    WOPD Is A Permanent Prescription Drug Drop Off Location
    The permanent collection sites are open year-round so unwanted medications can be safely discarded at the public’s convenience. Residents can dispose of their unused prescription drug medication by placing it in the marked collection sites. Dropping off medication is anonymous and safe. Residents should remove any identifying information from the medication containers, such as their name, address, telephone number and doctor’s name. Medications that are collected are brought to a licensed facility where they are safely disposed. http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/meddrop/pages/locations.aspx [http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/meddrop/pages/locations.aspx]

    Learn How To Start A Neighborhood Watch

    Neighborhood watches are started in an effort to reduce crime rates,
    provide security, and bring together a community. This cause can unify
    and fill a neighborhood with pride. Watches are also a great way to build
    relationships with law enforcement. Click here [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/2947] to learn more





    The West Orange Department of Recreation publishes a monthly electronic Rec Newsletter. It is chock full of information about upcoming programs and deadlines for registrations. It also includes stories detailing successful efforts of West Orange teams and individual athletes. It can be found on the Recreation page of the Township’s website – www.westorange.org [http://www.westorange.org/]





    Safe Exchange Zone Program

    This program is intended to create a safe environment for the transfer of goods and money for the seller and buyer involved in an internet based, in-person sale. Click here [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/2279] to learn more






    Receive tax free money to make energy related improvements [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3672]





    What Else Is Going On In West Orange?

    Click on the logos below to stay up-to-date on everything happening in town.


    [http://www.libraryinsight.net/calendar.asp?jx=wo] [http://www.downtownwo.com/] [https://www.nps.gov/edis/index.htm] [http://westorange.org/admin/www.turtlebackzoo.com] [http://www.njai.org/] [http://www.woarts.org/]





    Attention Jitney Commuters!!

    Download The Real-Time Tracking App!

    Click here [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/2336] to learn more




    West Orange Emergency Call System

    Sign up to receive calls, emails and/or texts from the Township when an emergency may arise or important information needs to be distributed to residents. Click here [http://www.westorange.org/swift911] to sign up





    West Orange Animal Welfare League Adoptions

    Adoptions are scheduled from 11:00am to 3:00pm on the first and third Saturday of each month. Redemption and adoption hours are Monday through Friday from 4:30pm to 5:30pm at the Alex Caprio Animal Control Facility, 311 Watchung Avenue, West Orange. Residents should call first. Additional hours are available by appointment. For more info, call (973) 325-4121 or click here [http://awos.petfinder.com/shelters/NJ59.html]





    [http://www.facebook.com/westorangeinfo] [http://www.twitter.com/westorangeinfo] [http://www.youtube.com/westorangeinfo] [http://www.instagram.com/westorangeinfo]

    SMS message

    [mailto:squirk@westorange.org] [Please include name and mailing address] WOPD Introduces "Take Me Home" ID To Help Track At Risk Residents The program can help find someone who has run, wandered or just walked away from a location within the township and ease in their safe return. The Take Me Home program is helpful for people who are nonverbal or easily disoriented. This includes those who suffer from Autism, Dementia, Deafness, Alzheimer’s and other developmental disabilities. The program is strictly voluntary and not limited by age or disability. Click here for an application [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3738] Visit www.westorange.org/tmh [http://westorange.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1407] for more information or call 973-325-4045/4007 West Orange Emergency Call System Sign up to receive calls, emails and/or texts from the Township when an emergency may arise or important information needs to be distributed to residents. Click here [http://www.westorange.org/swift911] to sign up Christmas Tree Curbside Pick Began 1/2 Do NOT place in plastic bags. All ornaments and decorations MUST be removed. Call WO DPW at 973-325-4067 or email publicworks@westorange.org [mailto:publicworks@westorange.org] for collection. Mayor Parisi's Open Office Hours 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. 1/11 TONIGHT Town Hall- Room 106, 66 Main St. No appointment necessary. Stop by and chat with the Mayor. Come in and discuss your concerns and ideas. Upcoming date(s): 1/25, 2/8, 2/22, 3/8, 3/22, 4/5 & 4/19 West Orange Arts Council Presents 1-4 p.m. Opening Reception 1/13 Saturday (1/14 Sunday Snow Date) INVASION (New Collages by Lisa Suss) & MIND'S EYE (Paintings by Carol Black-Lemon) West Orange Arts Center, 551 Valley Road Exhibit Runs: January 13 - February 11 (Open Weekends and by Appointment) West Orange Arts Council Board Meeting 7 p.m. 1/18 Upcoming Meetings: 2/15, 3/15, 4/19, 5/17 & 6/21 West Orange Arts Center, 551 Valley Rd. Visit www.woarts.org [http://www.woarts.org/] for more information Inaugural Sam Cali Invitational Battle for the Belt Wrestling Tournament 1/13-1/14/2018 Located at West Orange High School, Tarnoff Gym, 51 Conforti Ave. For more information & sponsorship, click here [http://www.westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3544] The 2018 West Orange Classic Film Festival [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3740] Sundays at 2 p.m. AMC Essex Green Tickets on sale at Fandango.com [https://www.fandango.com/] Schedule: January 14 The Great Dictator January 21 Shadow of a Doubt January 28 Laurel & Hardy Double Feature The Music Box and Way Out West February 4 Love and Anarchy February 11 Black Maria Film Festival February 18 Do the Right Thing February 25 Shane Martin Luther King, Jr Day 1/15 Monday All Municipal Offices will be closed There will be NO Jitney service There will be regular trash and recycling pick up. Martin Luther King Day Celebration [http://www.westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3686] 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. 1/15 Monday Celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and deserving West Orange Residents. The Life Christian Church, 747 Northfield Ave. This event is sponsored by the West Orange Human Relations Commission. Township Council Meeting(s) 6:30 p.m. 1/23 Tuesday Council Chambers, 66 Main St. Upcoming meetings: 2/6, 2/27, 3/13, 3/27, 4/10, 4/24, 5/8, 5/22, 6/12 & 6/26 Upcoming Board of Education Meeting(s) 8 p.m. 1/22 Monday Upcoming Meetings: 2/12, 2/26, 3/12, 3/26, 4/16, 5/7, 5/21, 6/4 & 6/18 Library Media Center, West Orange High School, 51 Conforti Ave. Dates subject to change. Click here [http://www.woboe.org/] for more info West Orange Chamber of Commerce Annual Breakfast & Mayor's State of the Township Address 8-9:30 a.m. 1/31 Wednesday The Wilshire Grand Hotel, 350 Pleasant Valley Way Tickets $35 in advance, $45 at the door; Tickets will be available after 1/1 at the Mayor's Office or on-line at www.westorangechamber.com [http://www.westorangechamber.com/] 5th Annual Bowling For Scholarship Dollars 7:30 -10:30 p.m. 2/3 Saturday You are invited by the West Orange Education Fund to join West Orange High School Principal, Mr. Hayden Moore and the rest of the community at Eagle Rock Bowling Lanes, 424 Eagle Rock Ave. For more info, contact Ann Cupo 973-715-0582 or anncupo@verizon.net [mailto:anncupo@verizon.net] 44th Annual Orange West Orange UNICO Sports Breakfast 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. 2/25 Sunday WOHS, 51 Conforti Ave., Tarnoff Cafeteria The event honors the ‘unsung heroes’ from local high schools and within the community. It also pays tribute to the late Brian Piccolo, the famed Chicago Bears running back who died of cancer at the age of 26. Student athletes from West Orange HS, Seton Hall Prep, Golda Och Academy and Orange HS will be recognized as our local unsung heroes. This years keynote speaker will be Daniel "RUDY" Ruettiger, of Notre Dame and Motion Picture fame. St. Patrick's Day Parade 12:15 Step Off 3/11 Sunday visit the West Orange Parade Committee [http://westorangeparade.com/] for more information Field Goods -Sustainable New Jersey [http://www.westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3683] The Township of West Orange has partnered with Field Goods to bring fresh produce to our residents on a weekly basis! Pick up weekly at First Mountain Preschool, Metropolitan Plant and Flower Exchange, or Regal Bank. Go to Field-Goods.com [http://field-goods.com/] and learn more! New Years Resolution Coupon [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3743] West Orange Senior Citizen Recreational Services Bingo, Zumba, Yoga, and more! Click here [http://westorange.org/index.aspx?nid=523] for more info Save Money On Your Property Taxes!! Click here [http://westorange.org/index.aspx?NID=1173] to get your FREE Shop West Orange Property Tax Rebate Card! WOPD Is A Permanent Prescription Drug Drop Off Location The permanent collection sites are open year-round so unwanted medications can be safely discarded at the public’s convenience. Residents can dispose of their unused prescription drug medication by placing it in the marked collection sites. Dropping off medication is anonymous and safe. Residents should remove any identifying information from the medication containers, such as their name, address, telephone number and doctor’s name. Medications that are collected are brought to a licensed facility where they are safely disposed. http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/meddrop/pages/locations.aspx [http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/meddrop/pages/locations.aspx] Learn How To Start A Neighborhood Watch Neighborhood watches are started in an effort to reduce crime rates, provide security, and bring together a community. This cause can unify and fill a neighborhood with pride. Watches are also a great way to build relationships with law enforcement. Click here [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/2947] to learn more The West Orange Department of Recreation publishes a monthly electronic Rec Newsletter. It is chock full of information about upcoming programs and deadlines for registrations. It also includes stories detailing successful efforts of West Orange teams and individual athletes. It can be found on the Recreation page of the Township’s website – www.westorange.org [http://www.westorange.org/] Safe Exchange Zone Program This program is intended to create a safe environment for the transfer of goods and money for the seller and buyer involved in an internet based, in-person sale. Click here [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/2279] to learn more Receive tax free money to make energy related improvements [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/3672] What Else Is Going On In West Orange? Click on the logos below to stay up-to-date on everything happening in town. [http://www.libraryinsight.net/calendar.asp?jx=wo] [http://www.downtownwo.com/] [https://www.nps.gov/edis/index.htm] [http://westorange.org/admin/www.turtlebackzoo.com] [http://www.njai.org/] [http://www.woarts.org/] Attention Jitney Commuters!! Download The Real-Time Tracking App! Click here [http://westorange.org/DocumentCenter/View/2336] to learn more West Orange Emergency Call System Sign up to receive calls, emails and/or texts from the Township when an emergency may arise or important information needs to be distributed to residents. Click here [http://www.westorange.org/swift911] to sign up West Orange Animal Welfare League Adoptions Adoptions are scheduled from 11:00am to 3:00pm on the first and third Saturday of each month. Redemption and adoption hours are Monday through Friday from 4:30pm to 5:30pm at the Alex Caprio Animal Control Facility, 311 Watchung Avenue, West Orange. Residents should call first. Additional hours are available by appointment. For more info, call (973) 325-4121 or click here [http://awos.petfinder.com/shelters/NJ59.html] [http://www.facebook.com/westorangeinfo] [http://www.twitter.com/westorangeinfo] [http://www.youtube.com/westorangeinfo] [http://www.instagram.com/westorangeinfo]