NP COVID19 Updates:

Update from Mayor Al Morgan

Thursday 4/30 6:30pm

 

119 Total Cases

46 Recovered

22 Deaths

51 Active Cases

 

Lantern Hill Independent Living:

(These cases are included in the above NP reported totals)

9 Positive Cases

3 Deaths

 

Long Term Care (LTC) (These cases are included in the above NP reporting totals) Lantern Hill LTC-

16 Positive Cases

9 Deaths

 

Spring Grove LTC-

(These cases are included in the above NP reporting totals)

25 Positive Cases

6 Deaths

 

Total LTC Cases: 50

Total LTC Deaths: 18

 

Total NP Cases w/o LTC: 69

Total NP Recovered w/o LTC: 46

Currently NP Active Cases w/o LTC: 23

Total NP Deaths w/o LTC: 4

 

We are happy to report no new cases and no new deaths. Today is a good day!

 

Our Borough Council presented five Proclamations at our recent April 27th Council Meeting in recognition of the unparalleled efforts by our Borough Police, Fire, EMS, Emergency Dispatch, and Public Works. Every year at this time, our nation pauses to honor the work of all emergency service professionals. During April and May, we honor their selfless work and dedication to their respective professions. This year, due to these unprecedented times, Proclamations were awarded to honor all of our emergency service professionals simultaneously. We are very fortunate to have such outstanding and devoted emergency personnel in our community. On behalf of the entire community, we would like to thank them for their tireless efforts and ongoing dedication to the residents of New Providence and let them know that their valiant efforts are tremendously appreciated.

 

Our County and State Parks will be re-opening this Saturday 5/2 (with restrictions and social distancing). New Providence Parks are and have remained opened. We want to take this time to remind everyone about the rules for our parks.

In accordance with Executive Order No. 133 New Providence offers this guidance concerning our parks:

 

https://www.newprov.org/download/Recreation%20Department/COVID-Parks-Revised.pdf

 

Basketball courts, tennis courts, and playground equipment remain closed. No gatherings, no organized sports, and social distancing is required and will be enforced.

 

We will also be re-opening our Recycling Center this Saturday, May 2nd with the following restrictions:

 

No one will be admitted to the DPW Facility without a mask. Social distancing will be enforced. DPW workers will not assist in removing recycling material from the vehicles. All vehicles will enter from the Park Place entrance and exit the driveway on Passaic Street. https://is.gd/u5VRf3

 

Reminder:

Bulk Collection 2020 Begins June 1. The Bulk Collection 2020 dates are:

 

Zone 1B – June 1

 

Zone 1A – June 8

 

Zone 2 – June 15

 

Zone 3 – June 22

 

Please see the 2020 Calendar for Zones and details:

https://www.newprov.org/download/Public%20Works%20and%20Recycling/2020-CALENDAR-FINAL.pdf

Today was Chief Anthony Buccelli’s last day as New Providence Police Chief. We thank him for his 40 years of dedicated service to our community, which he has shown the utmost integrity. As Emergency Management Coordinator, his leadership has gotten us through hurricanes, floods, tornados, storms, and now this pandemic. We are so grateful for his good service and wish him well in all his future endeavors.

 

Be well. Stay Safe. And Keep positive. We will get through this. Pioneer Strong!

– Mayor Al Morgan

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