PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, N.J.S.A. 10:4-6 et seq., and in consideration of Executive Order No 103, issued by Governor Murphy on March 9, 2020, declaring the State of Emergency and a Public Health Emergency in the State of New Jersey, the Essex Regional Health Commission does hereby notify the public that to protect the health, safety, and welfare of our citizens while ensuring the continued functioning of government, the meeting of the Essex Regional Health Commission scheduled for September, 2021, at 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada), at 204 Hillside Ave, Livingston, NJ will now be held via Zoom web-conference only. Members of the public who wish to participate in the meeting may do so by calling 1 929 205 6099 US (New York)) and entering the Webinar ID 895 2228 6707 and password 755054 on September 23, 2021, 10:0 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada). Individuals calling into this number will be able to fully participate in the meeting, including providing public comments. All callers will be initially muted until the meeting is open for comments, at which time you can raise your hand by hitting *9 on your phone or raising your hand on your browser, and you will be unmuted to speak. Interested parties also have the ability to watch and participate in the meeting via Zoom on their computer or smartphone by clicking
Meeting ID: 895 2228 6707
FREE RADON TEST KITS FOR ESSEX COUNTY RESIDENTS!
Starting January 2nd, 2020- Essex County Residents can get a free Radon test kit to test their homes.
To get the kits you need to come to our offices at 204 Hillside Ave, Livingston between the hours of 9 am and 4 pm, Monday through Friday. You can call first at 973-251-2059
The Essex Regional Health Commission (the “Commission”) was established in 1967 as the Suburban Municipal Air Pollution Commission for the sole purpose of air pollution control. It was and still is a consortium of municipalities which together formed a regional health commission. Through a joint agreement with member municipalities, it is an exemplary model of shared services, offering cost efficient, regional programs working in close coordination with local health departments of Essex County. From each of the thirteen currently participating municipalities, an appointed Commissioner serves on the governing body. The governing body, or Board of Commissioners, functions as a local board of health pursuant to NJSA 26:3-83.