Community Events

Upcoming Meetings

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Board of Adjustment

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Planning Board Work or Committee

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Recreation Committee

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Mayor and Council Public/Work

Office of Emergency Management

Office of Emergency Management

The Bernardsville OEM is established by Borough Ordinance in accordance with applicable state statutes.The Office consists of one Coordinator, two Deputy Coordinators and a Local Emergency Planning Committee all appointed by the Mayor. In addition various OEM Volunteers from the community are appointed to assist with programs such as CERT and the Shelter Volunteer Program.

The Office is charged with the responsibility to plan, prepare, mitigate and respond to local emergencies and disasters. The OEM works closely with members of the Police Department, Fire Department, First Aid Squad, local community organizations as well as with other local, County, State and Federal emergency response agencies.

For further information, please refer to the Office's website.

Office of Emergency Management Appointments for the Local Emergency Planning Committee and CERT

National Night Out Against Crime

Visitors inspect some of the emergency response equipment of the Bernardsville Police Department, Bernardsville Fire Department, and the Somerset County SWAT team

This year’s program was coordinated by Lt. John Gardner, Ptl. Scott Chertoff and Cheryl Ferrante from the Recreation Department. The event featured music with a live D.J. and a family friendly movie beginning at sunset at the Bernardsville Community Pool. Free refreshments and ice cream were provided. There was crime prevention information and a showcase of public safety programs including a display of police and fire vehicles.

Officer Scott Chertoff and young residents of Bernardsville at National Night Out 2016

Chris D'Amato and Kathleen Doran of the Bernardsville Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

John Sabel, fire marshal, John Orfan, first aid squad, and William Brown, Somerset County SWAT team

Mayor Kevin Sooy and Recreation Director Cheryl Ferrante