Warren Township Committee 46 Mountain Blvd, Warren, NJ07059 The Warren Township Committee is a government committee which acts as the governing body for the township of Warren.…More Comprised of the mayor, deputy mayor and three committee persons, the Warren Township Committee meets every Thursday at the Warren Township Municipal Complex in the Susie B. Boyce Meeting Room.
Warren Automotive LLC 2 Mount Bethel Rd, Warren, NJ07059 Warren Automotive is an automobile repair and service shop equipped with a Delta gas station that services the Warren…More township area. Specializing in European style maintenance and care, Warren Automotive provides the citizens of Warren and their cars and trucks with the expertise and know-how to fix most any problems that may arise.
Warren Township Municipal Complex 46 Mountain Blvd, Warren, NJ07059 The Warren Towsnhip Municipal Building houses the township's clerk, administrator, engineering, code and construction,…More tax, health and recreation offices. The complex also incorporates the township's veterans' memorial circle and a site dedicated to a future September 11 memorial.
Warren Township Municipal Complex Annex 44 Mountain Blvd, Warren, NJ07059 The Warren Township Municipal Complex Annex includes the Susie B. Boyce meeting room and the Police Department. The…More meeting room is the site of the municipal court, township committee, zoning and Planning Board meetings and other municipal events. The police department is located in the lower section of the building, with access through a separate entrance on the right.
The 25-member Warren Township Police Department, under the direction of Chief Russell Leffert, includes four…More divisions: traffic, communications, detectives and patrol. The department was established in 1973.
The department runs the Drug Awareness Resistance Education (DARE) program in Warren schools, and the Warren Police Explorers Post, providing high school students interested in police work an opportunity to learn about the department by helping support police at community and volunteer events, crime prevention programs and other community projects.