Newark Fire Prevention 37101 Newark Blvd, Newark, CA94560 On May 1, 2010, the Newark Fire Department was consolidated into the Alameda County Fire Department. Fire permit…More applications and other administrative services that fall under Newark Fire Prevention are processed inside the Newark Civic Center. Newark Fire Prevention may require a pre-planning meeting and an on-site inspection before fire permits are issued.
Newark Collision Center 7609 Thornton Ave, Newark, CA94560 Newark Collision Center specializes in paint work and repairing scratches and dents. It is professional and honest and…More its service is prompt. Newark Collision Center accepts most car insurance companies.
City of Newark - Building Inspection Division 37101 Newark Blvd, Newark, CA94560 The Building Inspection Division is inside the Newark Civic Center and it is part of the Public Works Department. The…More division issues building permits and examines construction documents. According to the division's website, inspections still are conducted on Fridays even though its office is closed to the public.
Newark Fremont Legal Center 35092 Newark Blvd, Newark, CA94560 Newark Fremont Legal Center provides legal processing, contract review and drafting, prenups, restraining orders…More and estate planning as well as minor legal issues such as small claims court consulting and notary services.
City of Newark 37101 Newark Blvd, Newark, CA94560 City administrative offices and the city council chambers are located at the Newark Civic Center on Newark Blvd.…More The Newark Library is located behind the administrative offices. The mayor, city manager and city clerk have offices inside the civic center. The police department and fire prevention services are also located here. Council members hold meetings on the second and fourth Thursday of every month, starting at 7:30 p.m. Outside of the civic center, the Rotary Club of Newark dedicated a stone monument to military service members.
The Newark Police Department works around the clock to protect and serve the people who live and work in the city of…More Newark. The department is located at the Newark Civic Center.</p>
<p>In an online message, Police Chief James Leal says his officers are committed to enhancing the quality of life in Newark through law enforcement.</p>
<p>Fifty officers and nineteen non-sworn personnel members serve the city of Newark. </p>
<p>According to the department's website, police dispatch officers handled more than 74,000 emergency and non-emergency phone calls in 2008.</p>
<p>The department has K-9 units to assist with drug enforcement and a Special Weapons and Tactics Team to respond to complex and critical incidents. The Animal Control Division falls under the supervision of the Newark Police Department. Newark citizens support the department through the Graffiti Abatement and Volunteer Cadet programs.</p>