Category Archives: Recent News

Congratulations to the Special Olympic Athletes


Congratulations to the Special Olympic Athletes as the closing ceremonies were held on June 21, 2014

Heatstroke is the #2 killer among children


Heatstroke is the #2 killer of children besides car crashes. Heatstroke can be prevented. Here's some tips and warnings signs, to assure children's safety.

National Special Olympic Torch Comes to the HHPD


The National Special Olympics Torch made a special appearance at the HHPD due to the amount of money the HHPD has raised toward their worthy cause.

Thank You Maria Esteves of MADD


Maria Esteves of MADD spoke to HHHS Seniors about losing a loved one to a drunk driver.

The Effects of Drinking and Driving On Display


A vehicle involved in a DWI Accident is on display in front of HH High School for students to see the effects of drinking and driving.

Austin Alvarez Takes Over as Chief


Chief Alvarez sworn in as HH Police Chief on June 6, 2014.

One Question Could Save Your Child’s Life


June 24th is National "ASK" Asking Saves Kids Day. One question can save kids lives.

#4 in the State


The HHPD raises the Fourth highest donations for the Special Olympics throughout the State.

Thank You


The HHPD wants to take a moment to thank all who have served and are currently serving in our military for all that you do. THANK YOU

Memorial Day Parade

Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 26th at 10am on Terrace Ave.

#8 Best Places to Retire in New Jersey


Hasbrouck Heights has once again made the Top 10 of places to live in New Jersey. Along with being within the Top 10 of safest neighborhoods in New Jersey, Hasbrouck Heights ranks #8 on the list of Best Places to

Donate to the Special Olympics via HHPD


Donations to the Special Olympics of New Jersey and their athletes can be made through a HHPD dedicated site.

United By Light – May 13


On May 13, 2014 the second annual United by Light vigil will be held by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. Get involved.

Life Saving Click It or Ticket Mobilization Begins May 19th


Beginning May 19th through June 1st, the HHPD wil cracking down on individuals not wearing their seatbelts. As part of the Click It or Ticket It campaign running from May 19th - June 1st, the HHPD stresses the importance of