Join us on June 3rd from 6pm – midnight for our Engine 2 Wetdown!
We will have a DJ, 50/50 Raffle, t-shirts & mugs for purchase as well as activities for kids. Food, beer and soda will be provided, so come out and celebrate with us!
Check out the Event page for more details: Come out and celebrate our newest apparatus!
The Wetdown for Engine 2 will be Saturday, June 3rd from 6pm-Midnight. We are also proudly dedicating June 3rd to Michael J. Allocco, who has been a member of the department for over 65 years!
Highlights include a DJ, 50/50 Raffle, t-shirts & mugs for purchase as well as activities for kids. Food, beer and soda will be provided, so come out and celebrate with us!
There are no tickets for this event and admission is free of charge, however we defintely appreciate your RSVP on this event page.
Stay tuned for more details as the date gets closer.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Please come out and support our Ladies Auxiliary in their annual flower sale!
All details can be found in the flyer below:
A State of Emergency has been issued for all of New Jersey ahead of Winter Storm Stella.
Please do not travel tomorrow unless absolutely essential.
Per the New Providence Police and New Providence Office of Emergency Management:
There will be no on-street parking (day or night) starting tonight at 11 PM through Wednesday, March 15th at 9 AM.
Tuesday’s garbage pickup is rescheduled for Saturday, March 18th. Thursday and Friday garbage pickup will remain as scheduled.
As a reminder, please do your best to keep the fire hydrants clear after the storm. This can make all the difference when you may need it most.
A winter storm warning is now in effect for our area for the impending storm late Monday night through Tuesday evening. If you have not made preparations for the storm (milk, eggs, and of course new batteries for the smoke/co detectors), now is the time to do so.
As always, follow reliable weather sources for our coverage area such as the US National Weather Service New York NY and our own New Providence Police and New Providence Office of Emergency Management
When it comes time for the clean up, please remember to shovel out your fire hydrants.
4PM Update: The blizzard watch continues, and we have upgraded to winter storm warnings, starting Monday night. 12-18″ of snow expected
Wintry weather is being forecasted for our area during the late Wednesday/early Thursday time frame.
Please be sure to follow reputable weather sources such as US National Weather Service New York NY as well as information from the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management and our own New Providence Police and New Providence Office of Emergency Management.
Also, please sign up for the borough’s code red system here: http://www.newprov.org/code-red/
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for the entire area for Late Wednesday Night and Thursday! #snow
Stay safe and avoid this intersection for the time being.
New Providence Police and New Providence Office of Emergency Management
The intersection of Central Ave and Livingston is currently closed. There are several power lines down in the intersection.
You will not be able to get through the intersection!
New Providence Volunteer Fire Department updated their cover photo.