Belleville Township Public Works 429 Stephens St, Belleville, NJ07109 The Belleville Township Department of Public Works oversees infrastructure operations for the township, including water,…More sewer and roadway maintenance. The recycling facility is located on the Cortland Street side of the facility.
Belleville Township Fire Department 275 Franklin Ave, Belleville, NJ07109 The Belleville Fire Department serves the people of Belleville out of three houses, on Franklin Street, on Washington…More Avenue as well as BFD headquarters on Franklin Avenue. The department's duties include operating the township's ambulances, and each piece of BFD apparatus is equipped with defibrillators (responders are also trained in CPR). The department also provides extensive fire-prevention services as well as hazardous materials response in conjunction with the county hazardous materials unit based in neighboring Nutley. The Belleville Fire Department has a tradition of service dating back more than a century.
One of thousands of facilities across the country created through an endowment by industrialist Andrew Carnegie, the…More Belleville Public Library's main branch boasts a lavish reading room and extensive areas for children, computer access and for special collections. Conducting about 39,000 transactions a year - slightly more than one per each Belleville resident - since 1982 the BPL has also been supported by the Friends of the Belleville Public Library.
The library hosts a variety of events and programs throughout the year, including concerts, wellness classes for seniors, career assistance, movie nights and game nights for teens, along with plenty of activities for the youngest readers.
Belleville Public School #8 183 Union Ave, Belleville, NJ07109 Arthur M. Pico School 8 encourages its students to learn both in the classroom and through participation in the…More community. In addition to their studies, School 8 students hold toy drives and have taken part in the annual Walk to School Day. They also have been the recipients of dictionaries from the Elks Club. School 8 is also the home of one of the township's many athletic fields.
Founded in 1868, the sprawling Clara Maass Medical Center lies between the leafy environs of Branch Brook Park and…More the vibrant Silver Lake neighborhood. It was the first hospital in the United States to be named for a nurse, Clara Maass, an East Orange native who served during the Spanish-American War and earned global acclaim after she gave her life participating in studies of yellow fever.
The facility, which was first known as the Newark German Hospital and is today part of the St. Barnabas Healthcare System, has served generations of township residents as well as patients from Hudson and Bergen counties. The hospital's staff, which includes more than 70o physicians, serves about 19,000 patients a year through its various "centers of excellence", or specialized medical departments.