Westfield Department of Public Works 959 North Avenue W, Westfield, NJ07090 The Department of Public Works is an umbrella department for four agencies: the Building Department, Engineering,…More Planning and Zoning, and Construction and Maintenance. The department handles maintenance of town infrastructure, issues building permits, removes snow and debris from roads, operates the recycling center, and handles land use issues for the community. The department also works with the county, state and federal governments on infrastructure issues.
AM Auto Center 401 S Elmer St, Westfield, NJ07090 Trusted by the Westfield Department of Public Works for its auto-repair needs, AM Auto Center performs collision repairs…More and offers towing services. If your vehicle needs extensive work, the shop has loaner cars available for use.
Westfield Conservation Center 1300 Lamberts Mill Road, Westfield, NJ07090 Westfield residents can dispose of their lawn and garden debris along with Christmas trees at the Westfield Conservation…More Center. The entrance is located just south of the entrance to Tamaques Park on Lamberts Mill Road. Be sure to check the Westfield Department of Public Works website for usage restrictions, permit information and hours.
The Westfield Memorial Library is the town's public library. A two-story structure on E. Broad Street, the library…More houses 191,000 volumes and an extensive electronic database of books. During the year, the library sponsors a series of programs geared towards kids, teens and adults. These include story time hours, teen book clubs and a series of author lectures. The library also works with the Recreation Department to sponsor a series of summertime story hours at the Memorial Pool.
Renovated two years ago, the library features sections of comfortable chairs on the second floor for pleasure reading, along with a community room available for a small fee to community groups. The first floor features a small cafe-like area with tables for people to use. There are computers with Internet access throughout the building and the library has free Wi-Fi. The first floor features a children's area and a teen zone. On the second floor is an expansive reference section, along with the local history department. The library also has a DVD collection available for rent.