The West Orange Township municipal building contains the mayor's office. It also houses the offices of the…More department of planning and development, the health department, the department of administration and finance, the township clerk and the township registrar. Township council meetings are held regularly at the West Orange Township municipal building.
The West Orange Health Department is a public health department providing a variety of services to residents,…More including dental services for seniors, animal control, public health concerns, marriage/civil union applications and residential refuse collection.
The Health Center, which provides health services for West Orange residents, is located in the John P. Renna Jr. House at 10 Gaston Street. Many services are free; others require a fee.
The Health Department also employs a health educator, who provides education in areas such as alcohol and drug abuse control, nutrition, domestic violence and abuse. Activities include stroke assessment programs.
West Orange Town Hall 66 Main St, West Orange, NJ07052 West Orange Town Hall houses numerous government offices and services for the town. The building has offices for…More various departments, including administration, finance, the health department, as well as planning, zoning and construction. The township clerk as well as the township council, and the tax collection departments have offices, and nearby are the police department offices, as well as the municipal court and recreation department. Check the main website for details on hours or for information on services provided by the local government.
West Orange Township Senior Citizens Dental Clinic 66 Main St, West Orange, NJ07052 The West Orange Health Department and the Essex County Division on the Aging collaborate to provide dental care at…More reduced rates to senior citizens with limited-income. The clinic provides cleanings, X-rays, examinations, operatives, fillings, partials, dentures and other routine dental work. A Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD) card is required for those age 65 and older. The clinic is located on the lower level of the municipal building, near the handicapped entrance of the parking lot, and is open part-time.
Social services are provided through the health department's welfare director/social worker, who offers counseling…More and referral services to residents. Information about programs such as food stamps, Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid is available through this office.
Residents who are eligible for public assistance, also known as Work First New Jersey, can apply through this office, which is located in the municipal building.