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Prompt Extraction of Floodwater to Prevent Additional Storm Flood Damage in Dover Homes

4/12/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO vehicle and technician outside job site. Flood damage to your property is a job for SERVPRO. Their technicians are trained and experienced in any size disaster.

Homeowners Can Hire SERVPRO to Handle the Flood Damage in their Dover Properties 

Located in Morrison County, New Jersey, Dover town is situated on the Rockaway River and about 50 kilometers (31 miles) west of New York City. The town is 37 kilometers (23 miles) west of Newark, New Jersey.

The town is home to a population of 18,157, according to the census held in 2010. This was a decline of -0.2 percent from the census held in the year 2000, which had recorded a population increase of 20.3 percent from the 1990 census.

The Local Government of Dover

Dover runs under the Town's form of government. It is among the 565 municipalities across the state that use this kind of government. The town's government includes a Mayor and a Board of Aldermen.

The Board of Aldermen consists of eight elected members chosen on the partisan basis of the general election held in November. Two of the Aldermen elected members to serve four wards for two years. The town's mayor is elected at large to serve for four years.

Popular culture in Dover town

  • On April 16th, 1983, Metallica performed live with lead guitarist Kirk Hammett at Showplace for the first time in New Jersey.
  • The climactic scene of "The Wrestler," the 2008 movie, was filmed at the Baker Theater.
  • Eddie Money's music video "I Wanna Go Back" was filmed at the old Dover High School and Blackwell Street.

Places to visit 

Hedden County Park

The 389.4-2 acre facility is a public park consisting of a 2.8-acre easement along Jackson Brook and a six-acre Hedden Pond. Named after the Hedden family in 1963, the park was dedicated in 1970 October 4th. The Hedden family of Dover donated the original 40 acres in 1963.

JFK Memorial Commons Park 

The facility hosts several events, including Christmas tree lighting every year, a Halloween parade, an Easter egg hunt, and summer concerts. It consists of the town's Gazebo and a children's play park. It was named in 1963 after the assassination of President JF Kennedy.

WaterWorks Park 

In 1902, the Water Commission bought the facility and built wells to supply water into the growing community. The facility consists of accessible banks of Rockaway River, a picnic area, and a baseball field. Most people visit the facility, especially during summer, for swimming in the Rockaway River.

How fast can SERVPRO restorers dry a property affected by flood damage in Dover?

Flood damage after a heavy storm can cause serious primary and secondary destruction to your property if you delay restoration. Acting immediately by contacting SERVPRO's team of technicians is the best move to prevent further damage.

Our team of restorers has hands-on, professional training that enables us to handle storm flood damage of any magnitude. SERVPRO also has experience in offering flood restoration services. We can restore your cherished possessions.

We use state-of-the-art equipment and tools during flood damage restoration to speed up the process. If the water level in your basement is above several feet high, you can benefit from our basement flooding restoration services. Our SERVPRO team can use a diesel-powered self-priming trash pump that can pass solids in floodwater. We prefer the equipment since:

  • It offers easy access to the affected area.
  • Portable and does not require electricity to run.
  • Can pass solids of up to 1¼." 

Flood damage should not give you sleepless nights. Contact SERVPRO of Dover / Stillwater for fast and effective restoration at (973) 810-2825. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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