Anyone with information about a crime can contact the Holland Township Police at (908) 995-4670.
Residents are reminded that the use of a security camera is a good tool to dissuade a person from breaking
into your home; however homeowners should follow the following tips:
1. The camera should be connected to a recording device (VCR, hard drive).
2. The camera should be cleaned periodically (clean spider webs, bugs, dirt and dust from lens).
3. Check the camera for function and recording from time to time.
4. Mount the camera out of reach or in a secured case (wires also).
5. If the camera has a battery, change it often.
6. Most burglars can tell the difference between a fake camera and a real one. Camera prices have dropped
You can probably obtain a real system for a little bit more.
7. Consider three locations to mount a camera:
a. Front door
b. First floor windows
c. Back door
8. Check your recording device daily, you may have had someone attempt to enter the house but were
If you are a victim of theft or burglary, call the police department immediately.
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Please help us help the Holland Township Department of Public
Works in clearing our roads by moving your vehicles off of snow
A reminder to all Holland Township Residents,
§ 170-17 Designation of snow emergency no-parking areas.
A.Whenever snow has fallen and the accumulation is such that it
covers the street or highway to the extent that snowplowing is
required or is being undertaken, an emergency shall exist, and
no vehicle shall be parked on either side of any of the streets or
parts thereof accepted or maintained by the Township.
B.The above parking prohibitions shall remain in effect after the
snow has ceased until the streets have been plowed sufficiently
and to the extent that parking will not interfere with the normal
flow of traffic.
Any vehicle found parked on a roadway will be ticketed and may
be towed. No warnings will be given.
148-11 Obstructions prohibited.
[Amended 10-16-1984 by Ord. No. 84-9]
No person, other than an employee or contractor of the Township
of Holland acting in his capacity as such, shall, unless with prior
authorization from the Township, place, or cause to be placed, on
the traveled surface of any street or road accepted or maintained
by the Township any snow, ice, mud, dirt, stones, rocks, gravel or
other material in such manner that the same impedes the safe
and unobstructed use of, and vehicular passage upon, such
street or road.
Please remember that any snow you place on the roadway will
freeze, causing a hazardous condition.