CITY OF NEWARK REMINDS RESIDENTS THAT CITY HALL WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY

 

CITY OF NEWARK REMINDS RESIDENTS THAT CITY HALL WILL BE CLOSED

ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2017, IN OBSERVANCE OF PRESIDENTS’ DAY

Police, fire, and other uniformed emergency services will be unaffected;

Trash and recycling pick-up will take place

 

Newark, NJ – February 17, 2017 – Mayor Ras J. Baraka reminded residents today that City Hall will be closed, and all non-emergency Newark municipal services will be suspended on Monday, February 20, 2017, in observance of Presidents’ Day. Police, Fire, and other uniformed emergency services will work as usual.  Additionally, there will be trash pick-up as regularly scheduled on Monday, February 20.

 

“I urge all of Newark’s residents to uphold the City’s sanitation ordinances during this important holiday. By being good neighbors, we will all enjoy a cleaner Newark. I hope everyone enjoys a safe holiday,” said Mayor Baraka.

 

There will be trash pick-up as regularly scheduled on Monday, February 20. Residents whose trash and recycling are picked up that day must place their refuse and recycling at their curbs for pick-up by 6 a.m.

 

The Department of Health and Community Wellness’ inspection services, transportation for seniors, and health clinic, will not operate on Monday, February 20. In addition, the Bureau of Vital Statistics will be closed. Residents will not be able to apply for permits, birth certificates, name-change certificates, marriage licenses, nor pay water or tax bills at City Hall.

 

The Municipal Court will also be closed on Presidents’ Day. Residents can make payments on parking and traffic tickets through the website www.njmcdirect.com. To utilize this website, residents will need their summons number, including the prefix, and the City of Newark’s court code, which is 0714.

 

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