Cleanup made Paterson's Great Falls run dry

Paterson's Great Falls ran dry during a cleanup.

Water stopped flowing at the Paterson Great Falls to allow for the annual clean up (Photo courtesy EarthCam)

Water stopped flowing at the Paterson Great Falls to allow for the annual clean up (Photo courtesy EarthCam) (9/15/16)

PATERSON - Paterson's Great Falls ran dry during a cleanup.

Eagle Creek Renewable Energy on Thursday diverted the Passaic River so workers could clean up debris along the shore and in the falls. The cleanup happens at least once a year.

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission says fallen trees, tires and garbage cause blockages.

The Great Falls became a National Historical Park in 2009.

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