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City of Northfield, Gateway to the Shore
City of Northfield, Gateway to the Shore

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Halloween 2020
The City of Northfield has decided to heed the CDC's recommendations with regard to the prevention of community spread of Covid-19, and must announce with sadness that Northfield's official Trick-or-Treat celebration is being canceled this year. For more information, please read the letter from Chief Newman and Mayor Chau.
Letter from Chief Newman and Mayor Chau

ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC - ENERGY BILLS GRANTS
Customers can now apply for LIHEAP Grants to help pay past due Atlantic City Electric balances. Atlantic City Electric is encouraging residential customers to apply for energy assistance and take advantage of funding that is now available through the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), which began accepting applications for the current program year on October 1, 2020.

Customers can receive more than $1,000 in grant support through LIHEAP toward their energy bill by applying for assistance. But customers must act now, as LIHEAP is a first come, first served program and is only available until money runs out.

In addition to LIHEAP, customers who may be financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic are urged to contact the company now to establish payment arrangements. Atlantic City Electric recognizes the financial challenges some customers are facing as a result of the ongoing pandemic and will continue to work with each customer individually regarding the status of their account.

South Jersey residents can apply for assistance by downloading an application though the Department of Community Affairs website, by contacting their local LIHEAP Agency, or by calling 800-510-3102. Residents also can access the Department of Community Affairs self-screening tool to help determine what energy assistance benefits they may qualify for.
Learn about other available energy assistance here

Vacancy - Library Board of Trustees
There is presently a vacancy on the Library Board of Trustees for the Ottob Bruyns Public Library of Northfield. Trustees must attend one meeting a month. If interested please send letter of intent and a short bio to Mayor Chau at echau@cityofnorthfield.org or mail to 1600 Shore Road, Northfield, NJ 08225. Deadline is October 30th.

NJ SCHOOL AGE TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
TRENTON – New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson announced on Monday, September 21, 2020, that applications are now open for the new COVID-19 child care tuition assistance program the Murphy Administration has created to help families with child care costs as schools open remotely.
The $150 million program can help New Jersey families with incomes up to $75,000 with child care tuition assistance if they are in need of either full or part-time child care due to their child’s remote learning schedule.
Families can apply for this assistance by completing the online application at www.ChildCareNJ.gov. Those applying will need proof of income and a notice or announcement from their child’s school of a remote learning schedule.
For more information, visit the COVID-19 Child Care page at

ATLANTIC COUNTY SPECIAL NEEDS REGISTRY
The Atlantic County Special Needs Registry is a voluntary service open to all citizens who reside, attend school or are employed in Atlantic County that are affected in some way by a disability. More specifically, the Atlantic County Special Needs Registry is a database maintained by the Atlantic County Prosecutors Office that contains profiles of registrants with disabilities. The information provided to the registry provides law enforcement and other first responders with vital information about a registrant’s special needs in the event of an emergency.
Click here for full details, or to register

Fall Household Renovation Materials
Using grant funding provided through the NJ Clean Communities Entitlement Program, the City of Northfield is pleased to announce an organized pick up event that will allow residents to place household renovation debris, to include doors, windows, fencing, cabinets, kitchen and bathroom fixtures, scrap wood, etc. out for collection on their regular trash day October 19th thru 23rd only. The next schedule household renovation debris collection will be in the Spring of 2021. See flyer for more information.
Fall Household Renovation Flyer

CRESSON HILL AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Please see attached for information on upcoming rental opportunity for affordable housing in the City of Northfield.
Click here for flyer

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Events

10-21  HOUSEHOLD RENOVATION DEBRIS COLLECTION Curbside, private residences only

10-22  HOUSEHOLD RENOVATION DEBRIS COLLECTION Curbside, private residences only

10-23  HOUSEHOLD RENOVATION DEBRIS COLLECTION Curbside, private residences only

11-3  GENERAL ELECTION Northfield Community School, 2000 New Road
Time: 6am-8pm

11-3  Municipal Offices Closed

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