New Providence Police Department 360 Elkwood Ave, New Providence, NJ07974 Located on the first floor of the Municipal Center, the New Providence Police Department has set out to protect and…More serve citizens in a professional manner and without bias. It aims to instill a sense of security among commuity members. The department's officers also guard against terrorism as well as performing everyday duties. Founded in 1932, the department has had six police chiefs. Chief Anthony D. Buccelli Jr. leads a department of nearly 30 officers. The department participates in the DARE program with local schools and in the Senior Citizen Liasion Program. Information on those programs and local regulations, advisories, bulletins and department openings can be found on the department's website.
Borough of New Providence Administrative Offices 360 Elkwood Ave, New Providence, NJ07974 The Borough of New Providence Administrative Offices are located within the Borough's Municipal Center. This building is…More home to several borough departments, including the mayor, police, the borough administrator and borough clerk, the building and engineering departments, the Board of Education and the Health Services department. The building is also home to the Berkeley Heights and New Providence Shared Municipal Court, the tax assessor and tax collector and the Recreation Department. The rescue squad, fire department, senior citizen center, Department of Public Works and wastewater treatment plant are located in other buildings in the community. Information about the borough, its departments and its services, can be found on the borough's website. The Borough Council meets on Monday evenings in the Municipal Court. Members of the community can volunteer their time at the Municipal Center's front desk.
Paca Club 184 Livingston Ave, New Providence, NJ07974 The William Paca Club of New Providence was officially established in 1943. One year later, the Ladies Auxilary of the…More Paca Club was established. Club members value community service and many are members of the police department, fire department, EMS or other organizations that support the community. The club itself is available to be rented by reservation.