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Landscaping: Clean & Green

In addition to keeping our streets and sidewalks clean, we’re making great progress on our beautification projects with the City of Hackensack. Please enjoy all the vivacious hues and experience the enticing scents of these fresh flowers and plants. We think that adding this flora improves Main Street’s overall appearance and feel, making Hackensack a better place to live, work, and play.

For the beds, our skilled team of landscapers carefully chose a variety of perennials that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also healthy for the environment. As you stroll down Main Street, you can now take in the sight of Phlox, Catmint, Day Lilies, Russian Sage, and other flowers. These new additions improve the environment and assist our community and the surrounding ecosystem in many ways.

The presence of plants improves Main Street’s aesthetic appeal. The flowers and plants’ hues, textures, and scents create a warm and relaxing atmosphere for locals and guests alike. These plants are not only beautiful, but they also offer vital habitats for pollinators, which are key to the preservation of our local ecosystems. By helping these creatures, we are also helping our gardens and open spaces stay healthy.

But Guess What Kills Plants? Dogs. Please curb your dog.

Living in Hackensack means enjoying our community’s beautiful streets and parks—something we all contribute to by curbing our dogs. Here’s a detailed guide:

  • Immediate Cleanup: Always remove your dog’s waste from public spaces.
  • Utilize Dog Waste Stations: Located throughout Main Street in Hackensack, new stations will be installed in the Spring and will be stocked with bags for your convenience.
  • Understand the Consequences: Not picking up after your pet can lead to fines, but more importantly, it’s about respecting our community and environment.
  • Dog Urine Kills Plants: Yes, we know you can’t make your dog relieve himself on commands, but please make sure they’re not directly aiming at the new flowers.
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