Chief William G. Parenti announced the North Plainfield police to continue former Prosecutor Geoffrey Soriano’s “Put it Down” campaign. April is Distracted Driving Awareness month. We have received a grant money from the National Highway Traffic Safety Division to collaborate with the u-text u-drive u-pay. Texting and driving is the trifecta of driving distracted. Think about it, the driver take their eyes off the road, removes a hand (sometimes both hands) from the wheel, and changes the focus of the brain from driving to thinking about how they want to reply and then concentrating on typing.
Rotary Club of Plainfield/No. Plainfield Wine Tasting Dinner - 4/18/18
Please make your reservations by 4/11. Net proceeds fund the Rotary Scholarship program and other charitable works. See attached flyer.
NP Middle School Community Health Fair 4/26/18 - 6pm-8pm
Free Admission. Sponsored by The North Plainfield Education Foundation. Skin Cancer, Vision, Hearing, Scoliosis, Glucose screenings and valuable information on Mental Health And Diabetes. See attached Flyer.
Earth Day Anti Littering Awareness Walk - 4/22/18
This is a Hope Club Clean Community Event. Walk will start at North Plainfield High School. More details coming soon.
47th Annual Youth Fishing Derby 4/21/18 - 8:30am-11:30am
This long time North Plainfield tradition takes place at Green Acres Park. Enter on Rockview Terrace near Greenbrook Road Open to residents ages 5 through 14. See attached flyer.
Friends of Vermeule Giant Yard Sale 4/21/18 - 9:30am - 3:30pm
This is a fun community event for the whole family. Sellers can rent 10X10 spaces. Refreshments will be sold by FOVM. See the attached flyer and rules.
Reminder About Spring Leaves
While the Borough is still currently picking up storm debris, please be reminded that loose leaves can only be placed in the street for Borough pick up in the fall. All leaves placed at the curb at this time of year must be bagged in paper bags and only leaves should be in the bags. No grass, branches, plants or other debris can be mixed in with the leaves. All loose leaves currently placed at the curb line must be removed by April 15, 2018. Any resident that has loose leaves at the curb after April 15, 2018 will receive a summons from the Borough. Thank you for your cooperation.
Operation 15-45 Park and Walk Program
Chief William G. Parenti announced Operation 15-45 Park and Walk Program will resume this Wednesday. This initiative, will have Police Officers walking a beat in North Plainfield. The program is aimed at improving our visibility and accessibility and increasing public confidence in community-based policing.
North Plainfield Police Department - Bicycle Auction 4/7/2018
There will be an auction held by the Borough of North Plainfield PD this Saturday from 9 AM - 12 PM at Police Headquarters.
Easter Egg Hunt Moved to March 31st
Due to muddy conditions in the park, the hunt will be 3/31 at 2:00PM.
St. Baldrick's Event Tomorrow - 3/24/2018
PSEG MyAlerts Program
6 to 10 inches is expected. Please stay off roads and keep sidewalks and hydrants clear. Avoid shoveling snow into the roads and park off street. Most important...Check on your neighbors! Stay safe everyone.
PY2018 Application Documents
Municipal Warming Centers Will Open Wednesday
The Governor has issued a State of Emergency. Borough Hall will be closed 3/7/18. 8 to 12 inches is expected. Please stay off roads and keep sidewalks and hydrants clear. Avoid shoveling snow into the roads and park off street. Most important...Check on your neighbors! Stay safe everyone.
Please put brush and branches from the storm near the curb to be picked up... No leaves please! There is no set schedule. Crews are getting to everyone as they can. We thank you for your patience. Drive cautiously, as there are still lines down on roads.
Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Board of Public Utilities-NJ Clean Energy Program
Water Main Replacement Project to Begin 3/1
NPFD St. Baldrick's Day Event
Celebration of Black History
YOU'RE INVITED! Please join North Plainfield Councilwoman Keiona Miller & The Somerset County Federation of Democratic Women for a CELEBRATION OF BLACK HISTORY Sunday, February 25, 2018, From 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM At The North Plainfield High School Auditorium, 34 Wilson Avenue North Plainfield, NJ 07060 Click here to RSVP This special event will feature T.MAJ Dance Company, The Central Jersey Community Chorale, and various guest artists and local talents in song, stepping, and oration. The Keynote Speaker will be the Honorable Ronald L. Rice, New Jersey State Senator, Former US Marine Sergeant, and current Chair of the New Jersey State Legislative Black Caucus. There will be door prizes and giveaways and a Free Reception following the program. Registration is strongly suggested! Follow This Link To Get Your Free Ticket Today! See attached flyer
Water Main Replacement Project to Begin 2/15
Library Renovations Update
The main level of SCLSNJ's North Plainfield Memorial Library branch will be closed to patrons February 12 through March 3 for necessary renovations. The lower level of the branch, also known as the children's area, will remain open to the public. For more information: sclsnj.org/north-plainfield-close-for-renovations/
Lincoln's Birthday - Borough Hall Closed
Public Safety Personnel remain on duty.
Valentine's Day Program at the Vermeule Mansion
PSE&G Utility Pole Upgrading and Replacement
FREE upcoming Flu Clinics
2018 Tax Duplicate of the Borough of North Plainfield
The 2018 Tax Duplicate of the Borough of North Plainfield will be open for inspection by any taxpayer at the Tax Assessor's office at Borough Hall, 263 Somerset Street, North Plainfield, NJ, on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
International Love Songs Music Program
Kidde Fire Extinguisher Recall
Mayor Giordano's State Of The Borough Address
Borough Hall will be closing at 3pm 1/4/18
IMPORTANT! Due to the weather, Borough Hall will be closing at 3pm 1/4/18. All Community Center and Vermeule Mansion activities that were scheduled are cancelled.