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Save The Date: National Night Out in New Brunswick on Aug. 5!

On Tuesday, Aug. 5, New Brunswick residents, police officers and elected officials will meet and mingle in gatherings around town as part of the City’s annual National Night Out celebration. National Night Out is a community event that aims to strengthen ties between residents and the local police department in a community setting, as well as take […]

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An Update Regarding the New Brunswick Water Utility

In order to operate a Water Treatment Plant in the State of New Jersey, the operating entity must have licensed operators commensurate with the type and size of the water system. In New Brunswick’s case, T4 and W4 operators are required for water treatment and water distribution operations, respectively. With the recent and unexpected loss […]

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NBPD Mobile Operations Benefited by Federal Grant

The New Brunswick Police Department is proud to announce it has been awarded a federal grant provided through the U.S. Department of Justice’s Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG). The grant is in the amount of $96,070 which will be shared among four municipalities in Middlesex County. Those municipalities include: New Brunswick, Perth […]

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UPDATED: Fireworks Postponed to July 6

UPDATE: The City’s fireworks display and outdoor concert have been postponed to the evening of Sunday, July 6, due to inclement weather. The fireworks display will begin at 9:15 p.m. Sunday, July 6 at Boyd Park. The concert will precede the fireworks at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Residents may still head to State Theatre on Thursday, […]

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City Council Approves $600,000 for Dina’s Dwellings

A project that would provide long-term supportive housing for domestic violence survivors is one step closer to becoming a reality. On June 18, the New Brunswick City Council approved $604,385 in HOME funds to benefit Dina’s Dwellings, a $3.4 million project that will transform the sanctuary of First Reformed Church into 10 supportive housing units. […]

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