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New Public Safety Complex --Old Boro Hall
for the new Public Safety Complex at 248 Hamilton Avenue was held on October 2,
Tours and light refreshments followed. [Story & photos]
Chief's Tour of the new
Public Safety Building
On November 11, 2003, Fire Chief Robert Thomasey and Police Chief Michael
Colaneri gave us a tour of their new Public Safety Building. This facility will
house the Hasbrouck Heights Police Department, Fire Department and Municipal Court. [Group 1][Group 2]
Mason's Cornerstone Ceremony
for the the new Public Safety Building (Police, Fire & Court) was held at Hamilton
Sunday, November 23, 2003 at 1:30 p.m. Photos [Group 1][Group 2]
HHFD moves to third interim home
Due to the demolotion of old Boro Hall and the construction of the New Public Safety
the HHFD is re-locating for a third time to a new temporary structure located a Central
Avenue and the Boulevard. This facility will house all the HHFD vehicles. A trailer behind
the tent will be used for fire department offices. The units to refresh air packs are stationed in the old
temporary Ambulance Butler building located next the the HHPD on Franklin. The move took place September 3, 2002.
Photos [Construction start][Construction finish][Construction details & moving in]
Kiss Goodbye [Photo & story]
||Temporary facilities were operational
late October 2000
On April 11, the Mayor & Council scheduled HHFD to move back to a new temporary
structure at old boro hall site. Work was completed and the facilities were operational
late October 2000. These "temporary Butler" buildings will be re-used by
the DPW after the HHFD new quarters are built. View construction progress photos [Groundwork] [Construction] [Construction Details]
[Operational one year later]
After The Big Fire, the HH Police Department set-up in trailers next to the Franklin
Join the Tiger Cubs on their January 19, 2000 tour
of the Police Department [Photos]
After The Big Fire, the HH Fire Department
wintered 1999 at Kundert Motors on Terrace Ave.
Temporary facilites were operational late October 2000.
The Big Fire
[Morning after fire][Aerial view of roof] before crane work
[The Big Fire - Dec. 10, 1999] [Boro Hall Transition - 2000] [Boro Hall Construction - 2001]
Daylight operation with a new photo every 15 minutes
Web-cast from Franklin School Gym -- View is facing southeast.
Camera placement by Kubler
Electric. Technical support by Peter Gallo III.
Special thanks to Mayor & Council,
Board of Education, HHPD and HHFD for
Note: Webcam is subject to a variety of technical limitations; we appreciate you patience.
[New Municipal Complex] Webcam -- new photo every 5 minutes
Municipal offices, Library & Senior Center @ Boulevard between Madison and Central
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HHPD and HHFD personnel already responding to the WTC scene included: Joe Taylor,
Rob Knobloch, Jim Halloran, Ed Carter, Al Cirelli, Debbie Carlson, Jay Schell, Greg
Rubino, Bob Pietz, Tom Rubino, Rich Giarratana, Pat Hayes, Angelo Roccamo and Gail