Gardening season is upon us!!!! Help of the New Providence Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary and get your flowers for your garden and some beautiful hanging baskets for the Mothers in your lives!! Order you flowers and baskets now just in time for Mother’s Day! Options and prices are on the flier. Pre-Orders are a must! Not much stock the day of the event!
Mother’s Day Flower Sale on May 7th. 8 am- 1 pm at the NP fire house. You may call the number on the flier or contact any member of the New Providence Ladies Auxiliary to place your order!
Orders have to be in by April 30th so put yours in today!
What better way for the kids to tell Santa what they want, than by telling him themselves?!
Join us on Saturday, December 12th from 1-4pm as Santa makes his annual visit to the New Providence Fire Department. In addition to meeting Santa, there will be light refreshments and a 50-50 raffle provided by our Ladies Auxiliary. Please bring your own camera for pictures with Santa. Check out some photos from last year’s event!
Please see the flyer below for information on the Night of a 1,000 Stars – Community Tree Lighting Event, hosted by the New Providence Diversity Committee. We hope you can join us and fellow residents for this great event.
After a nice off season, Santa is back to work in New Providence for the holiday season! His first stop will be the Annual Christmas Walk, hosted by the New Providence Business & Professional Association. Join us as we welcome Santa from the top of the roof of the Provident Bank on Friday, November 27th at 6:00pm. The Christmas Walk begins at 4:30pm, so before saying hello to Santa, be sure to say hello to our local businesses.
Don’t forget: If you are changing your clocks, you should be changing your Smoke Alarm Batteries!
Happy Halloween from the NPFD!
Don’t forget to stop-by and say hello tomorrow. We will be at the New Providence Street Fair from 10:00AM-5:00PM with a fire engine, real turnout gear for the kids to try on and more.
8/8/2015 – This past Saturday, the New Providence Fire Department spent the morning training in the techniques of auto-extrication and stabilization. With the support of local business DeFalco’s Automotive and Towing in Chatham, NJ, the department obtained multiple automobiles to be used. Auto-extrication incidents are rarely ever the same. The availability of these cars allowed the department to learn a variety of traditional and outside-the-box techniques. It was a great learning experience for all of our members and allows us to better ready to serve at a moment’s notice. As always, feel free to message us for additional details or how we can be a part of your community function.