The dates and locations of the West New York Division of Recreation’s 2022 Summer Food Program have been announced by Mayor Gabriel Rodriguez, Commissioner Cosmo Cirillo, and the town’s Board of Commissioners.
Each year, the town serves free lunch to children after the school year ends at places around town. In 2022, West New York has expanded the program to feature more serving sites.
The program is available to anyone eighteen years of age or under. Individuals above the age of eighteen will not be served, due to state law.
The program is starting July 5 and will end on August 12. Free lunch will be distributed on weekdays only starting at 11:30 a.m.
The lunches are first come, first served. The distributions will take place weather permitting.
This year, serving locations now include: West New York Middle School at 201 57th Street; Miller Park at 5709-5711 Jackson Street; Donnelly Park at 54th to 60th Boulevard East; Fillmore Park at 61st Street and Fillmore Place; Washington Park at 308 66th Street, between Hudson Avenue and Palisade Avenue; Hudson Mini Park also known as Dewey Park at 6408-6410 Hudson Avenue; WNY Public Library at 425 60th Street; and Saint Mary’s Park at 6501-6505 Jackson Street.
Call 201-295-5120 any time from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, for more information about the Summer Food Program or for any recreation information.
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