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Butler High School
Bartholdi Ave, Butler, NJ 07405
Butler High School is a four-year high school serving grades nine through 12. Butler High School was founded in 1922.More Students who attend the high school live in either the Borough of Butler or the Borough of Bloomingdale. The school is accredited by the New Jersey Department of Education.
Borough Park
Park Pl & Main St, Butler, NJ 07405
Located in Butler, Borough Park is a community resource overseen by the town's Recreation Department. This park isMore comprised of recreational and open space, playgrounds, playfields and more.
Butler Borough Offices
1 Ace Rd, Butler, NJ 07405

The Butler Borough Offices is home to several Butler departments, including:

Administration: (973) 838-7200More />Clerk: (973) 838-7200
Electric Department: (973) 838-7208
Finance Department: (973) 838-7200 ext. 200
Garbage, Recycling & Clean Communities: (973) 838-7200 ext.219
Health Department: (973) 838-7200 ext. 237
Recreation Department: (973) 838-7903
Water Department: (973) 838-7208
Tax Office: (973) 838-7207

Several other departments in the Borough are not located at these offices. Town meetings are also held in the building. The Borough of Butler became established in 1901.

Butler Fire Department
26-28 Carey Ave, Butler, NJ 07405
Butler Fire Department is a volunteer-only department that serves the Borough of Butler. The main department is locatedMore on Carey Avenue and several other stations are spread out throughout Butler. The current fire chief is Jim Neil. Keil Hook & Ladder Co., Kinney Hose Co. No. 1, and Peqquannock Engine & Hose Co. all operate out of the main firehouse of the Butler Fire Department.
Butler Public Library
1 Ace Rd, Butler, NJ 07405
Butler Public Library is located with the Borough of Butler municipal offices on Ace Road. The library was establishedMore in 1928. The library has resources for children, teens and adults. The Library Board of Trustees meets once a month. 
Butler Museum
1 Ace Rd, Butler, NJ 07405
The Butler Museum is located in the old New York Railroad Station on upper Main Street. It houses itemsMore representative of the borough's history. There are thousands of industrial artifacts from major industries in Butler that are on exhibit or are stored in the museum, ranging from the earliest residents, the Lenne Lenape Indians, to copper pieces from the Statue of Liberty, Civil War and Operation Desert Storm, Boy and Girl Scout memorabilia, and even a 1900s park bench.
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