The New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) features the world's greatest stars and New Jersey's top talent performing dance, music, and theater year-round. Learn More
The Newark Museum, New Jersey's largest museum, features 80 galleries of world-class collections showcasing the arts and natural sciences. Learn More
Community Services and Resources
The Newark Department of Child & Family Well-Being provides and advocates for comprehensive healthcare and social and environmental services to help residents attain and maintain an optimal level of health and wellbeing. Learn More
This section is dedicated to recreational activities designed to keep Newark's population active and energized. Learn More
The Newark Public Library system features an array of collections, programs, and services spread throughout 11 branches.
Newark’s hometown baseball team, the Newark Bears, has been playing America’s favorite pastime for ten seasons at the Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium. Learn More
Newark Symphony Hall
Newark Symphony Hall, New Jersey's oldest and largest showcase for the arts, today features acclaimed performances of R&B, musical theater, jazz, dance, film screenings, and more. Originally built as the Salaam Temple in 1925 by the Shriners, a Masonic order, the hall also has been home to performances of opera, symphony, ballet, and countless popular artists over the past eight decades.
The Health Planning Division of the Newark Department of Child and Family Wellbeing (DCFWB) assists management in setting policy to develop the goals, objectives, and parameters of the department's medical, social, and environmental health services while ensuring access, quality, and outcome-based care for Newark residents. Learn More
NewarkWORKS, the city’s workforce development agency, provides employment resources and training for the citizens of Newark. The agency’s “One-Stop System” is designed to provide a single point of access to services that can help individuals successfully enter or re-enter the workforce Learn More
From the Ironbound section filled with world-famous Portuguese restaurants to the Forest Hill section with its beautiful Victorian homes, Newark is comprised of many neighborhoods that together give the city remarkable diversity and undeniable charm. Learn More
In the Fall of 2007, Prudential Center ushered in a new era in sports and entertainment in Newark and the entire Northern New Jersey area. Newark is currently undergoing a major revitalization, converting the city core into a vibrant and energized entertainment district. Prudential Center is cornerstone in the revitalization and renaissance of downtown Newark. In addition to the arena, Newark will soon add scores of condominiums, restaurants, themed bars, and mixed retail establishments. Prudential Center will be recognized among the finest arenas in the country and will become New Jersey’s home for hockey, college basketball, indoor soccer, concerts, family shows, and special events.