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[…]
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.
“On this Memorial Day, we honor the sacrifices of prior generations. We honor the sacrifices of the men and women next door who have served or continue to serve our country. And we pledge never to forget the true meaning of Memorial Day. We would not have the privilege of celebrating this day and honoring[…]
The New Providence Fire Department would like to request that all residents of our fine town click the link below, and take the pledge to help us in our endeavor to better protect the community. Please share this with all your friends and family to further this important cause, and spread fire safety awareness. The[…]
There is only 10 days left til Christmas ! While Santa Claus may have already visited the New Providence firehouse once he will be back again to check his mail box before Christmas. Anyone still needing to get their Christmas list to Santa please stop by the firehouse anytime, and place it in the special[…]
Santa Claus is coming to town! This Friday, Nov. 28th, Santa will be making his first appearance at the annual Christmas Walk on the roof of Provident Bank at 6 pm. He will then be escorted around the event by the New Providence Fire Department. We hope to see you there!
On the 13th anniversary of September 11th, 2001 we pause, remember, and reflect. Our hearts are with families and friends of the six residents from New Providence, 343 members of the FDNY, and all of those who perished in New York, Washington D.C. & Pennsylvania. Always remember, Never forget, and God Bless America.
The New Providence Fire Department requests that all citizens please remember to clear a three foot radius around the fire hydrants on their property after each snow event. This is a very important task because if there is an emergency, especially a house fire, the fire department personal will have to spend critical time digging[…]