9/11 Day of Remembrance – The Town of Kearny Memorial Service Honors 9/11 Victims


Our community remembered those who lost their lives on 9/11/01 with an ecumenical service at St. Stephen's Church on Sunday, September 11, at 7 pm.  As we did in the days and months after 9/11, our community came together again in mourning, somber reflection and friendship.  The commemorative service at St. Stephen’s Church began with a candlelit procession at the 9/11 monument and a field of nearly 3,000 American flags arranged by Boy Scout Troop and Pack 305.

Kearny Celebrates Annual National Night Out Against Crime

On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, the Town of Kearny celebrated National Night Out Against Crime, an annual event sponsored by the Kearny Community Policing Unit.  Hundreds of town residents turned out for the event held on Belgrove Drive and Veteran’s Field which featured a wide range of activities for children including a bounce ride, and ice cream and a chance to spray a fire hose at a target. 

Peruvian Civic Association Sponsors West Hudson Peruvian Independence Day Parade


On Sunday, July 24, 2016, the Peruvian Civic Association of New Jersey (PCANJ) celebrated Peruvian Independence with their annual parade.  The parade line of march stepped off in Harrison and traveled to Kearny Town Hall while participants exhibited their culture through the use of native costumes, bands, decorative floats, and marchers from many fellow Peruvian Associations. Kearny Mayor Alberto G.

Letter from Mayor Santos Regarding the 3rd and 4th Quarter 2016 Tax Bills and the 1st and 2nd Quarter 2017 Tax Bills


Tax bills for the next four quarters were mailed out on July 22nd and the Tax Collector’s Office at Town Hall will be open late until 7:00 pm on Tuesday, August 9th. If you have any questions you can call the Tax Office at 201-955-7888.

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1st Annual Food Truck Festival


Kearny, NJ – On Saturday, May 21, 2016, the first ever Kearny Food Truck Festival was held at the Frank J. Vincent Marina. The event was organized by Kearny PBA Local #21 and President John Fabula and featured food items from 15 food trucks. The PBA organized the event as a fundraiser, since the group is sending 15 police officers to the Tour de Force Bike Ride 9/11 Memorial Bike Ride from the Pentagon in Washington, DC to Ground Zero in New York City this upcoming Sept.