My apologies for not updating sooner, it was a very busy day today taking care of our constituents.
First, we are grateful that no one was hurt or injured at this morning’s early morning fire at the Prestige Diner. Jimmy and Harry Vardas are already regrouping, cleaning up, and looking forward to serving our community once again. Their generosity as well as their selfless support of our community has always been so deeply appreciated. Now we will support them in whatever they need during this time. We also thank our first responders. Our volunteer fire department did a great job getting this fire under control and thankfully no one was hurt.
Please know that our Police, Fire, Rescue Squad, and Emergency Management Team are prepared and ready to serve if needed.
NP COVID-19 update:
Thursday 3/26 7pm
New Providence has 12 cases
11 Recovering well at home
Social distancing is ever more important now. Please abide by all of our protocols. Please visit our borough website for updates and more information: www.newprov.org.
We will continue to update you when we can. Please understand that your safety and well-being is our number one and first priority. Please be safe. Please take care of each other. We will get through this as we always have before, Pioneer-Strong!
-Mayor Al Morgan
Now is also a good time to register for the Borough's Smart 911 program to receive emergency and community alerts. More information on how to register can be found here: https://www.newprov.org/smart-911/.