Links & Resources
NJMCdirect.com - Pay your parking or traffic ticket on line through NJMCdirect. Payment hours available are: MON-THURS 7:30AM - 11:45PM, FRI 7:30AM - 11:00PM and SAT 7:30AM - 4:00PM. There is an additional fee added to the traffic ticket penalty amount for this service which is based on the penalty amount of the ticket.
Summit Free Public Library - Search the city's library catalogue for the books or periodicals you need from the comfort of your home or office.
Animal Control - The City of Summit has contracted with the Townships of Millburn and Livingston for animal control services. This shared service arrangement involves animal sheltering provided by the Township of Livingston and animal control provided by the Township of Millburn. The Summit Police Department will coordinate with the Townships of Millburn and Livingston for animal control services. Please contact the Summit Police Department at 908-273-0051 for animal control services.
Union County Economic Development Corporation - A private, nonprofit organization dedicated to economic development in Union County
Union County, NJ - The official web site of Union County, of which Summit is a part.
NJ STATE GOVERNMENT
21st Legislative District Officials - Links to the state web site, with information about the 21st Legislative District officials. Click on District 21 until you get the list of legislators.
Judiciary Volunteer Program - Superior Court of NJ has an active volunteer program to assist juvenile offenders, children and families in crisis, and courthouse operations.
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection - Everything that we put on the ground or into the storm drain can end up in our water. Each of us has a responsibility to make sure these contaminants stay out of our water. Visit the NJDEP site for information on nonpoint source pollution and stormwater.
NJ Transit - Official site of the state transit agency. Includes train and bus schedules.
Port Authority of NY & NJ - Official site for this bi-state agency.
State of New Jersey site - The official state web site. Directories, general information, and access to all states statutes.
State's Department of Health and Senior Services Draft Influenza Pandemic Plan - NJ State's Department of Health and Senior Services has a Draft Influenza Pandemic Plan.
PSEG Electric Utility Info. PSE&G owns and operates the power lines and natural gas lines in your neighborhood.
State's Department of Health and Senior Services Public Health Guide to Emergency Planning - NJ State's Department of Health and Senior Services has developed, for citizens, a Public Health Guide to Emergency Planning, which deals with all public health emergencies.
Census data - Direct link to the table on the Census Bureau's site. This information is updated as additional information becomes available.
Congressional directory - THOMAS Legislative site with links to members of the Senate and House of Representatives. Use Contact Members of Congress link on top of page. This site includes information sources for legislative research. Links include Government Records & Publications; Indexes; News Services; Partisan Congressional Sites; Contacting Members of Congress; Education Resources; and Voting Records.
Pandemic Flu - U.S. government Web site for information of pandemic flu and avian influenza.
U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Pandemic Influenza Plan - The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Pandemic Influenza Plan. This is especially importmant for local leaders. Part 2 of the Plan provides "Public Health Guidance for State and Local Partners."
Summit Downtown Inc. a non-profit corporation which represents all retailers and businesses
in the Special Improvement District. The purpose of SDI is to encourage
the development and improvement of the quality of life in the business
community in the downtown. It is governed by a 20 member Board of
Trustees comprising downtown retailers, downtown property owners,
community residents, members of the Common Council, the Mayor and the
Summit Interfaith Council - listing of Summit's Houses of Worship