Bridging the gap between the Community and City Hall. Decision-making based on the wants and needs of the community.
The Newark Municipal ID Card Program is a newly photo Identification card for all Newark
residents. NMID is a pathway for all residents to gain access to various services, programs and
discount programs offered by the City Agencies as well as by local businesses.
Join the Office of Sustainability in completing an inventory of all the street trees in Newark!
The Office of Sustainability invites community members to lend a hand in making Newark a greener, cleaner, healthier city.
A Special Event is any organized activity that occurs, wholly or partially, upon City of Newark Property and requires for its successful execution the provision and coordination of City of Newark Services.
How to Get Help from Newark's Municipal Government. Find the office you need to get the answers you need. If you're not sure, start by calling (973) 733-4311.
MyNewark is a highly interactive app developed in collaboration between the City of Newark and Rutgers University Newark’s School of Public Affairs & Administration. The app is designed to provide better access to services and promote opportunities throughout the City.
The Mayor's Data Dashboard is the data Mayor Baraka reviews every Friday with his senior directors. This is an important piece of how he is better managing the City and moving Newark 3.0 forward.
Provide Minority/Women Business Enterprises and Newark residents an opportunity to participate in the economic growth and development of the City of Newark.
Ensure compliance on Tax Abatement/City Construction Projects through monitoring by enforcing the Affirmative Action Plan for Construction. Increase minority participation through outreach, partnering, one-on- one and joint ventures with other resource agencies.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka outlined a strategy he called "Occupy the Block" which is aimed at the crime in the city.A single city block is selected where he and others will "hold court" — setting up tables and chairs for chess, cards, and open discussion on anything from the city's youth to the violence they too often experience.
Nextdoor is a free social website for neighborhoods. Just like Facebook, it allows users to connect with people who live in their own and nearby neighborhoods. Neighbors can share tips on vendors, find a babysitter, and help look out for another. Join now!
Keep updated on events and programs going on in your Neighborhood.
378 Lyons Avenue
226 Rome Street Newark nj
75 Clifton Avenue
211 West Kinney Street Newark NJ 07103
211 west kinney st newark nj
226 Rome Street, Newark, NJ
(973) 733-5838 or (973) 733-5826
916 South Orange Avenue, Newark, NJ
Address:94 William Street 1st fl. Contact: Almetta Sabb (973-733-5330) Shakimah Hammonds (973-733-4392) Khalil Kettles (973-733-4392) Monday- Friday 7:30am - 5:00pm
731 Clinton Avenue Newark, NJ 07108 Contact: Willie Brown (973-424-4102) Monday- Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
226 Rome Street Newark, NJ 07105 Contact: Alice Schreiner and Christina Couto 973-424-4101 Monday- Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
275 West Market Street Newark NJ 07103, Contact: Robin Lateef-Pharms 973-733-5739 Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
98-104 Maple Avenue Newark, NJ 07112 Contact:Wadih Chedid (973-422-4096) Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Keep updated on events and programs geared towards Seniors.
98-104 Maple Avenue Newark, NJ 07112
275 West Market Street Newark, NJ 07103
226 Rome Street Newark, NJ 07105
731 Clinton Avenue Newark, NJ 07108
The mission of My Sisters Keeper is to educate and Empower Newark young women through programs, events, mentor ships, and coaching opportunities.
Newark Summer Youth Application now available!! Jobs are available for NEWARK RESIDENTS Ages 14 to 24
"MBK Newark’s mission is to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color and ensure that all young people can reach their full potential, regardless of who they are, where they come from or the circumstances in which they are born."
To empower youth to become community change agents, by serving as the bridge between the community youth and city government.
The Centers of Hope are nine community-based centers in all five of Newark’s wards that allow access to City services, wellness and enrichment opportunities where people live and work.The Centers will offer a variety of athletic, arts & culture, educational, environmental, healthy living and recreation programming to engage and empower the community. Staffed by the Division of Recreation, the Department of Health and Community Wellness, and other community partners.
Keep updated on events and programs going on with Teens.
201 Bloomfield avenue Newark NJ
Leaders For Life Newark, NJ 07108
179 Boyd Street, Newark, NJ
City Hall920 Broad StreetNewark, NJ 07102