A Montclair Center Business Improvement District employee was sent to the hospital after a dump truck carrying salt hit an overhead wire, felling a traffic light pole, which then hit the man on the head during the Jan. 29 snowstorm.
Many Montclair business owners say customers are giving them little or no trouble about wearing masks in their establishments, required until March 31 in the township.
The Montclair Health Department is partnering with the Montclair business district leaders to offer COVID-19 vaccinations to business owners and employees. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be offered. The […]
Property owners within the Montclair Center Business Improvement District will not see an increase in this year’s special assessment tax bill.
An art installation that will provide a safe space to connect is coming to Crane Park.
Mayor Sean Spiller has appointed a COVID-19 Recovery Task Force composed of residents and representatives of small businesses and nonprofits, as a kind of think tank to analyze pandemic-related issues in Montclair and come up with solutions.
Citing safety concerns, Montclair is now requiring business owners who use tents or igloos to extend their operations outdoors to get permits and be inspected.
With restrictions in place and more challenges ahead, this is the most challenging holiday season ever for our downtown shops and restaurants.
Montclair restaurants will be welcoming diners back inside this weekend.
Last weekend, the Montclair Business Improvement District and the township closed down Church Street and South Park Street for the first time since the pandemic hit allowing restaurants to expand dining space and creating a pedestrian-friendly space.
Plans for an upgrade to a one-block portion of Glenridge Avenue between Bloomfield Avenue and Forest Street were unveiled at the June 18 meeting of the Montclair Historic Preservation Commission.
An incubator space at 10 Lackawanna Plaza gives new entrepreneurs a way to test the waters at little cost and with much-needed support in uncertain times.
On Tuesday, the day after the businesses opened, the town responded to the owners pleas by waiving sidewalk cafe dining permit fees, offering $150,000 in grant funds, and working to close some streets during certain hours.
Montclair Design Weekl has launched an umbrella organization, DesignShed, which oversees six initiatives in Project PIVOT.