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Posted Friday, April 10th, 2020

Just Two Access Roads to NonProfit and Govt. Sites

Though Central Park of Morris County is closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, nonprofit, hospital and county government agencies, including a major food pantry located off the main road running through the  county park are still accessible. However, clients only can reach them via two roads leading into the park.COVID-19: Interfaith Food Pantry, Saint Clare's, County Govt. at Central Park -- Limited Access Routes

Agencies or groups include:

  • The Arc/Morris
  • Interfaith Food Pantry
  • New Jersey AIDS Services
  • Family Promise of Morris County
  • Saint Clare’s Behavioral Health Services
  • Morris-Sussex-Warren Employment Training Center
  • Offices of the Morris County Department of Human Services.

All are located adjacent to Central Park in Parsippany, at the Morris Plains border.

Clients or patrons only can enter the park via:

  • Gov. Chris Christie Drive, from West Hanover Avenue in Morris Township;
  • Evans Drive, from Old Dover Road in Parsippany.

Check out this map for location and directions.

All other access roads to Central Park are closed and monitored by Morris County Park Police.

Residents or clients should contact an agency by telephone or email prior to visiting. Check out their websites for more information.

Central Park and all Morris County Park Commission parks, trails, grounds, and facilities are closed by Executive Order of Gov. Phil Murphy.