-Cancellations 3.3.15: Paintings of Old Verona Presentation, Rutgers Coaching Clinic, VCC closed at 7pm, All Rec. Bball, 6th Girls Sub. Bball Championship Game
-VFD: Please keep fire hydrants located on your property clear of snow.
No permission for on-street overnight parking will be granted until further notice due to the upcoming storms. Parking is available in Lot 1 behind Terry's Drugs, Verona Community Center parking lot or Verona Pool parking lot. Vehicles left on the road are subject to summons and tow.
The Township of Verona is served by a police department consisting of a Police Chief, 31 sworn officers, three full-time professional dispatchers, three administrative personnel, 32 school crossing Guards, and a full-time Emergency Management Coordinator and Communication specialist. The police department is located in the Municipal Building at 600 Bloomfield Ave. and has a separate public entrance on Bloomfield Avenue. There is a full-time detective bureau that handles all adult and juvenile complaints and follow-up investigations. The DARE Program has police involved in our schools with students in grades one, two, five and seven. Police personnel are also available for home safety inspections as part of our crime prevention program. Also infant car seat inspections are available for our residents. Residents are encouraged to contact the police at 9-1-1 to report any emergency and (973) 239-5000 regarding any non-emergency, police-related matter. To learn more visit the Verona Police Department web site.
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