Join the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) at a Rebuild by Design Meadowlands Public Meeting to discuss project improvements throughout the project area including flood risk reduction elements and ecological and community features. The Rebuild By Design Meadowlands Flood Protection Project is a comprehensive urban water management project designed to reduce the risk of floods from frequent rainfall events in the Boroughs of Little Ferry, Moonachie, Carlstadt, Teterboro and the Township of South Hackensack, all in Bergen County, N.J. The proposed project improvements include new pump stations, channel improvements, a new forcemain, native planting and green infrastructure at Joseph St. Park, Little Ferry Borough Hall, Little Ferry Public Library, Memorial Middle School, a new public riverfront park, and right-of-way green infrastructure type improvements at various locations.
This public meeting will include updates on all components of the Rebuild by Design Meadowlands project, followed by an Open House where you can ask questions or get a more detailed explanation of project components that are of particular interest to you.
The meeting is open to the general public. Please spread the word to other interested stakeholders!
Wednesday, March 11th 6:30 – 8:30
HOW DO I JOIN THE MEETING REMOTELY?
Step 1) By 4 p.m. tomorrow we will post the link to the remote meeting on the homepage of our project website: www.rbd-meadowlands.nj.gov
Step 2) Just copy and paste this address in your browser to navigate to our project homepage,
Step 3) You will see a grey button that says: click here to connect to the RBD-Meadowlands remote public meeting.
Step 4) The link will open in a new window that will also provide a dial-in phone number for audio access.
Please note: This link will not be live until 6:30 p.m. tomorrow.
NOT ABLE TO JOIN REMOTELY TOMORROW NIGHT?
We will be posting a video-recording of the presentation to our website by Monday, March 16. You will be able to view the recorded presentation. However it will not be live, so if you have questions or comments, please send them to: email@example.com