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When you move to a new city, there's always a lot that you need to do. It can sometimes take a while for utilities to be activated. It's a good idea to scout ahead and contact your new utility providers to see how you should best go about getting your utilities set up.

You might need to show proof of address before you are allowed to set up your utilities. You might also need a picture id as well. If you are already established in your home, the information below can also help you if there are any problems with your service. If you are moving within the city, you might have to just contact your current provider to transfer service to your new location. Also, some providers only service parts of the city. Know if you are leaving their coverage area and how that will affect you.

In addition, if you are planning to do any construction on your property or dig in your yard, you should contact you local utility companies. This is to make sure you don't dig in to any underground wires or plumbing. You could not only seriously hurt yourself, but also cause a major problem with utility service in your area. This is a smart and safe way to make sure that you don't do anything foolish while making improvements to your land.
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The following is contact information for various utility companies, city services, cable and satellite providers, and waste management services in the city of New Jersey. Use this list to ease your transition into the city. This can also help you if you need to contact any of these utilities that currently service your home.
 

New Jersey Utilities

The Board of Public Utilities New Jersey (BPU) provides information on all utilities for the state of New Jersey. Utilities are provided differently for every city in New Jersey, but you can find all that information at the BPU website. Gas & electricity, water, wastewater, telephone, and cable service directories can be found on this website.

BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES NEWARK OFFICE
Two Gateway Center (8th Floor)
Newark, NJ 07102
PHONE: 973-648-2026

BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES TRENTON OFFICE
44 SO. CLINTON AVE., 7TH FLOOR
Trenton, NJ 08625
PHONE: 609-777-3300

Division of energy
Nusha Wyner, Director
The Division of Energy is responsible for traditional regulatory responsibilities associated with the natural gas and electric industries, in addition to the evolutionary facets of deregulation and retail competition. With the enactment of the Electric Discount and Energy Competition Act of 1999 ("EDECA"), the Division's responsibilities have significantly increased and changed as it fosters electric and natural gas retail competition in New Jersey.

Division of telecommunications
Anthony Centrella, Director

The Division of Telecommunications oversees the performance of the telephone companies, under the Board's jurisdiction. It is responsible for developing a framework for competition while also investigating the prices and conditions of company offerings to the public. The Division regularly deals with issues concerning the prices to be paid by competitive telecommunications companies that need to lease portions of the existing telephone network to provide service to their customers. Monitoring the need for new area codes, investigating ways to conserve the use of telephone numbers and overseeing the level of service quality are additional areas of responsibility. The Division will also assist in resolving disputes when companies cannot agree on rates, terms and conditions of service.

Division of water and wastewater
Maria Moran, Acting Director
The Division of Water and Wastewater oversees the regulation of over 75 investor owned water and wastewater companies. The Division regularly deals with issues such as: establishing rates; assessment of water and wastewater infrastructure needs and costs; assuring a safe and reliable water supply; droughts; smart growth impacts on water and wastewater costs and availability; water reuse; depletion of aquifers; service interruptions; terms and conditions of water and wastewater service and management; and conservation initiatives.





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