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Black Phoenix Entertainment
164 S Ridgewood Rd, South Orange, NJ 07079
Black Phoenix Entertainment is a party services business that specializes in music entertainment. It offers DJ, liveMore band, karaoke, video jockey, large screen projectors, catering, party videos and more. Party equipment is available and includes rentals for dance floor lighting, snow cone rentals, water slide rentals, photo booths and more. 
South Orange Fire Department
56 Sloan St, South Orange, NJ 07079

South Orange's historic fire house has been undergoing renovations for the past six years, and senior officers andMore firefighters currently work out of two trailers to the side on Sloan Street. When it's completed, the modernized facility will be 3,500 square feet bigger and will have Wi-Fi, while preserving its 1920s-era architectural details. (The New Jersey Historic Trust pitched in with funding for the renovation.)

Thirty-three-year veteran Jeff Markey has been Chief for 10 years. Five captains serve under him. There's a second fire house at 36 Crest Drive in Newstead, but it's only staffed in the winter during snow storms before the Department of Public Works has cleared the roads.

Department of Public Works
300 Walton Ave, South Orange, NJ 07079

The Department of Public Works (DPW) is responsible for leaf collection, snow removal and repairing potholes onMore Village-maintained roads. Residents should also call if a sewer backs up in their home.

The DPW also handles recycling and provides residents with green or blue toters, which can be purchased online. Recyclable items can also be dropped off at DPW's Recycling Center. Its hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 8am - 4pm, and Saturday, 8am - noon.

Mario Luciani is the director.

Orange Lawn Tennis Club
305 N Ridgewood Rd, South Orange, NJ 07079

The Orange Lawn Tennis Club was founded in 1880, only six years after lawn tennis was introduced into the UnitedMore States. One of the  founders, Richard Sears, was the first U.S. singles champion, and the club was one of 19 that banded together to form the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association (USLTA) to standardize the rules of the game.

Today club members enjoy 10 grass and 10 Har-Tru artificial courts, plus an elegant clubhouse dating back to 1848, all set in 16 acres of manicured property.

The club offers juniors tennis and tournament cycles as well as a pro shop, swimming pool, platform courts and lawn bowling. And when there is snow on the ground, that doesn't mean members can't find a place to swing a racket. The club sponsors platform tennis sessions throughout the winter months.

The club can also host special occasions including Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, wedding ceremonies, receptions and corporate events. In addition to banquet rooms for small parties and meetings, the club's ballroom accommodates up to 200 guests.

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