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BOROUGH OF NEW PROVIDENCE
TAKE NOTICE, Borough Council Meetings for the purpose of discussion and conducting official business of the Mayor and Council of the Borough of New Providence for the remainder of the year 2021 shall be held in accordance with the following schedule:
All meetings will begin at 7:30 PM and will be held in the first floor Council Chambers, Municipal Center, 360 Elkwood Avenue, New Providence. An opportunity shall be afforded to any person desiring to be heard by the Mayor and Council to speak at all meetings aforesaid.
All visitors to the Municipal Center are asked to wear a face covering.
Wendi B. Barry, Borough Clerk
Due to inclement weather, New Providence court on 2/20/19 has been cancelled.
The Downtown Improvement District Annual Meeting scheduled for 2/20/19 has been cancelled.
Borough offices will be closing at 1 PM.
Recycling days will be changing in January to alternating sides of the Borough (previously the entire Borough was on the same schedule). Below are the upcoming January dates for your reference:
East Side – South Street to Summit Line (includes South St even numbered houses & Passaic Street odd numbered houses)
West Side – South Street to Berkeley Heights Line (includes South St odd numbered houses & Passaic street even numbered houses)
Friday, January 4th – EAST
Friday, January 11th – WEST
Friday, January 18th – EAST
Friday, January 25th – WEST
Borough phone lines are currently out of order. Verizon has been notified and is working to correct the issue. In the interim, please use the Contact Us forms if you need assistance.
Union County has launched Recycle Coach, a free app designed to help make recycling and solid waste information more accessible to County residents and engage the public in the principles of “Reduce, Re-use and Recycle.”
Recycle Coach provides accurate, up-to-date information on Union County’s recycling events, as well as local recycling schedules in a handy, user-friendly mobile format.
Check out the new Recycle Coach for detailed recycling information and a downloadable app!
A major fiber optics cut has affected telephone service throughout New Jersey. The borough phone circuits are currently inoperable. Crews are working on fixing the issue. In the interim, if you need to contact the borough, please use the Contact Us forms. We apologize of any inconvenience.