- NPCCR Monthly Meeting – Thursday, March 6
- North Plainfield Borough Council Meeting – January 27 and February 10, 2014
- Sign up for Alerts-Emergency Notification Program
- North Plainfield Borough Council Meeting – January 13, 2014 (video)
- North Plainfield Police Reports
- North Plainfield Borough Council Meeting – November 12, 2013 (video)
- North Plainfield Borough Council Meeting – October 7, 2013 (video)
- North Plainfield Borough Council Meeting – September 23, 2013 (video)
- North Plainfield Borough Council Meeting – September 9, 2013 (video)
- North Plainfield Borough Council – July 22, 2013 (video)
- Beyond North Plainfield
- Citizens’ Manual – Paths to Power
- Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund
- Courier News Archives
- Crescent-Times – Maria Pellum
- Data Universe – NJ
- Faulkner Act
- Municipal Land Use Law
- North Plainfield Latino
- North Plainifled, New Jersey Crime Rate Statistics – CLR Search
- NP – CityData
- NP – Property Appraisals 2009
- NP – Wikipedia
- NP Baptist Church Blog
- NP Borough Code
- NP Borough Site
- NP GOP Campaign 2008 Blog
- NP Latino Coalition
- NP Lutheran Church Blog
- NP Rescue Squad
- NP School District
- NPGOP Blog
- Plainfield Plaintalker – Bernice Paglia
- Plainfield Today – Dan Damon
- SaveMuhlenberg – Dan Damon
- Self-Governance Ordinance
- Small Business Development – RVCC
- Translate This Site
- Washington Park Historic District
Our guest speaker at the Thursday, March 6 NPCCR meeting will be North Plainfield Police Chief William Parenti. He will speak about what is going on in North Plainfield that is police related, programs that are beneficial to our residents and many other topics.
The chief has been our guest speaker in the past. His talks have been very informative. There will be time for a question and answer session.
If you have any questions or concerns about police activity, please bring them with you to this meeting on Thursday, March 6, 7:00 P.M. at the North Plainfield Community Center, 216 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Avenue.
All are welcome.
Yesterday many of us received a call from the “Emergency Notification Program” this is a new program instituted by the boro to keep our residents up to date on emergency situations. Part of the message advised people to go to the boro web site if they wanted to add additional phone numbers, a text address or an email address to be notified at. If you have gone to the web site and have been unsuccessful in adding additional contact information. Scroll down to “Sign up for Notifications” and click on the link. You can add your additional information there.
This is a great program and the boro is to be commended for instituting it.
JUST A REMINDER: NJ State Law requires that you remove the snow from your vehicle before operating it. That includes the roof and the snow that might be covering your registration plate. You could be issued a motor vehicle summons if you do not comply.
Notification Program Overview
North Plainfield has launched a new Alert Program service that allows us to quickly provide information to you in the manner you specify. You opt-in to enter your contact information and subscribe to notifications you care about. The information you provide is protected and will not be used for any other purpose.
How It Works
When we issue a notification about a potential safety hazard or community concern, you will receive a message via the voice or text communication methods that you have registered. You may be requested to confirm that you have received the message and you will not be contacted by any subsequent methods regarding that particular notification. If you do not confirm, the system will continue to attempt to reach you at all of the contact paths that you have registered. For example. you can specify a neighbor or family member of an elderly parent be notified if the parent does not confirm receipt of the message.
First, you must create an account and add your contact and location information into the Alert Program system. All information you provide will be kept strictly confidential.
Sign up for Notifications
The North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) has not been satisfied with the manner in which the media reports the criminal activity in the Borough. Accurate and timely reporting of incidents that take place tend to make people more aware of what is going on around them. With that in mind, NPCCR has been making an effort to collect the crime reports, using the Open Public Records Act (OPRA) and posting those reports on the NPCCR blog. You can view these reports by going to npccr.org and clicking on “North Plainfield Police Reports.”
NPCCR video records all municipal council meetings and posts them too. If you are unable to attend a council meeting and would like to see what business is being discussed and how it will affect you, go to npccr.org and click on the meeting date you are interested in.