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In light of the ongoing issues related to elevated lead levels in Newark. N.J.’s public water system, the City of Elizabeth/Liberty Water Company and New Jersey American Water want to reassure residents that their water is safe to drink.
The description of the Seal of the City of Elizabeth was included in a report adopted by the City Council at its meeting held on December 27, 1934.
The City has a number of parks and recreation centers open to the public throughout Elizabeth.
In 1664, a group of Englishmen formed the Elizabethtown Associates and purchased a land area west of Newark Bay, including the area of current day Elizabeth.