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Emma Sanchez
· August 6, 2015
I was there for family vacation with sister Daisy, enjoy the Wachung Park walking through the forest and going to the horse stable meet Clifford a beautiful horse who gave me a lot of attention, los...t weight and the city is beautiful and great people, I will return next year.

The bakery Natalie's was awesome, best time ever.
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Susan Stewart Rasmussen
· January 7, 2014
Proud to say I grew up in this great town/city (not sure if I matured there...!!!). It was my mother's home town (she was born in Overlook in 1929). She moved away after marrying my father and moved b...ack in 1969 when I was four. I left in 1988 after marrying my husband. I get back a couple of times a year. Many happy memories..... See More
Carolina P. Montero
· June 9, 2017
Great place to live.
Love Summit!
I Thank God to have been raised in this beautiful Town.
Mario González Montesano
· November 16, 2014
I lived in this city for about four months and it gave me so much pleasure. I enjoyed the quality of life of the people that I lived with.
Luisa Carla S. Furtado
· January 10, 2017
Love this city. I clean many homes in the area. Look up my page in Facebook
/LuisasHomeOfficeCleaning/
Dan Moratelli
· January 30, 2017
I hope and pray to spend my remaining lifetime in Summit. I feel blessed.
Michael Townley
February 23, 2012
Great place to shop or just visit.
Alicia Lobo
· June 6, 2017
Gracias a todos los que se tomaron un ratito de su tiempo para desearme feliz cumpleaños ���� .,Dios me los bendiga y multiplique sus bendiciones . Mi día fue estupendo leyendo y recordando todas llas... caritas de ustedes . Los amo mucho y gracias por darme un rato muy valioso para mí. �������������
Gracias por darme un año más de vida , con salud , amor, y con mucho riqueza espiritual para seguir para adelante .����������������������������������
Los amo con todo mi corazón y de verdad infinitas gracias.�������
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Olga Depaz
· July 12, 2017
Yo ya tengo 22 años viviendo en summit y me encanta por la seguridad que siento viviendo. Aqui con mis hijos y esposo nos encata vivir aqui por su gente tranquila sus policias muy amables linda seguri...dad a las personas I love you summit See More
Limberg Alfaro Quesada
· April 22, 2017
Es una ciudad muy bella por algo le dicen estado jardín ,su gente muy amable y cordial, sus árboles y tulipanes muy lindos y hermosos, sus edificios muy bonitos, su clima muy sabroso y fresquito, las ...comidas deliciosas, mis familiares muy atentos, serviciales y geniales., la verdad me encantó calificación del 1 @l 10 , le doy un 15, excelente y muy bonito todo. See More
Jhon Jhon
· July 20, 2017
Yo trabajo en la ciudad de sumit hay mucho construccion por eso me gusta
Edith Palma Cazola
· August 14, 2017
Un lugar hermoso!! Amplias calles y personas hermosas fácil acceso, restaurantes y compras divinas
Jay Curtis Granillo
· March 11, 2017
Nice city nice people and food for restautrants good precie iliked city. Muy lindad la ciudad las personas muy amables y sencillas aqui este lugar ....
Elva Mejia de Bolanos
· February 25, 2017
Tengo 30 años de vivir en summit lo amo por lo seguro y limpio q es y la seguridad de caminar y los transportarse rápido a cualquier lugar fácil
Flor Barrios
· October 23, 2016
Una ciudad muy bella me encantó por que su paisaje muy pintoresco su gente muy amistosa
Oliver Benito
· February 26, 2017
Me gusta summit porke es un lugar tramkilo y hermoso,, y en el parke bonito y linpio
Olivia Gonzalez
· March 8, 2017
Me gusta mucho Summit..todo esta centrico..y a mis hijas les gusta mucho...
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These wonderful 5th grade Girl Scouts from Jefferson School came to City Hall today to spread some holiday cheer to Mayor Nora Radest, Chief Weck and the Summit Police Department. Hope you enjoy this video as much as we enjoyed their singing!
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At the Common Council meeting on February 21, there will be a presentation from the chairperson of the Environmental Commission, a hearing to vote on an ordinance prohibiting cars from being parked on front and side lawns, introduction of an ordinance to relieve residents from needing a variance from the Zoning Board to install air conditioning condensers if certain conditions are met, a resolution to approve installation of artificial turf at Upper Tatlock field, and an announcement of the first council listening session on March 27 at 7PM at Wallace Chapel. To view the complete Common Council agenda, go to: http://summitcitynj.iqm2.com/citizens.

Want to know what will be discussed by Common Council at its next meeting?
cityofsummit.org

Come chat with Mayor Nora Radest at her Meet the Mayor event on Saturday February 24 from 1:30 to 3 PM at Best Cellars located at 23 Summit Ave. All residents welcome, no appointment necessary.

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Congratulations and best wishes for a happy retirement to Jim Caputo who retired from the City of Summit on February 13 after 37 years of service.

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City offices are closed today, February 19, for Presidents Day. It is also a parking holiday in Summit with no fees required in lots, garages or at meters.

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Icing has rendered roadways unsafe for travel. Numerous crashes and stuck vehicles have created dangerous conditions. Please stay off roadways to allow public works and first responders to work safely.

SUMMIT POLICE DEPT ALERT: City roadways currently unsuitable for travel due to icing. Motorists attempting to drive may be subjected summonses w/ vehicle towed.

Changes are being made to the Summit Police Department dispatch & records, please read their post below for more information.

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⚠️ CONSTRUCTION ALERT ⚠️ That's right, we're doing some remodeling after 25+ years and our dispatch center moving to the Mountain Valley Emergency Communication...s Center in New Providence. We're asking for a little patience if you're coming in to pick up police reports or file a police report in the coming weeks. If you need to retrieve a report, please come during business hours Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30 and ring the white buzzer next to the window. The women of the Records Bureau will come out to meet you, but it takes a few minutes for them to walk around the construction. If you need to file a report, please pick up the red phone and provide the dispatcher answers towards the questions they ask of you (same protocol prior to construction). Additionally, all tours of the police department will be suspended until further notice for the safety of the kids- unless you have previously placed a date on our calendar. Stay tuned for updates & pictures on progress!

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It's time to make your shopping list!
The Farmers Market is open Saturday 9AM to 12PM at Calvary Episcopal Church, 31 Woodland Ave at the corner of Deforest Ave.

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The City of Summit Police Department has announced the dates for the 2018 Summer Youth Academy. Information and applications can be found on the city website at https://www.cityofsummit.org/DocumentCenter/View/2587

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Winter is not over yet, 3-7 inches of snow is being predicted for tomorrow. Please review the city snow guidelines and stay safe during inclement weather conditions.

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Flags should be flown at half staff by presidential proclamation, Friday 2/16 through Monday 2/19/2018 to honor the victims of Florida shooting tragedy.

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Have you ever wondered what it's like inside the fire station?
On Wednesday, students from Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School visited the City of Summit Fire Department for a tour and found out first hand.

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Registration is still open for these fun programs that begin next week.

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Lego Robotics and Sweet Treats begin one week from today, registration is still open!

Lego Robotics: RoboGames
@ Pilgrim Baptist Chruch, 77 Morris Ave
Grades K...-6
4:40-5:40 PM
Wednesday, February 21 - April 4
$170
In this thrilling 7 week program, students will enjoy their own Lego Olympics with RoboGames! Students will be introduced to a world of building and programming basic robots. They will use robots to play tug-a-war, sumo wrestling and racing. You have to be in the RoboGames to win the RoboGames!


Sweet Treats and Decorating with Sweet Samantha
@ Pilgrim Baptist Church, 77 Morris Ave
Grades 1-8
5:45-6:45 PM
Wednesday, February 21 - April 4
$195
Have a sweet tooth? Admire the beauty of sweet treats? This is the course for you! This seven week course will feature and focus on fun ways to decorate cakes, cookies, cupcakes, candies and more! Children will be hands on for the full 60 minutes each week. Working on a new project every week, the child will take the completed project and recipe home with them to enjoy and replicate for friends and family!

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Cornog Field House Open House on March 1 from 7-9PM at 5 Myrtle Avenue hosted by the Department of Community Programs.

Summit Department of Community Programs

The Summit Department of Community Programs (DCP) would like to invite members of the Summit Community to an Open House on March 1, 2018 from 7pm – 9pm at the C...ornog Field House located at 5 Myrtle Avenue in Soldiers Memorial Field.

Cornog Field House first opened 90 years ago as part of the creation of a “living memorial” created “to honor the men of Summit who gave their lives in the World War.” Time had taken its toll on this iconic park structure until a few years ago when the first of some recently completed renovations began. First, the stone chimney was restored by craftsman from Cro-International and most recently the slate roof renovation was completed by Spartan Construction, bringing this building back to its former glory.

The DCP offices currently occupy the space until the completion of the new Summit Community Center in December 2018.

This open house will provide an opportunity for the Community to view the renovations and improvements made to this iconic building, learn more about the DCP and its’ programs, meet our staff and advisory board members and take some time to view exterior and interior renderings of the Summit Community Center.

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Mayor Nora Radest has office hours at City Hall today from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. All residents are welcome, no appointment necessary.