For safety reasons, Waste Management has ended the Tuesday business recycling collection at 9:30am on December 10th. The remainder of the business collection route will be completed on Saturday, December 14th. Businesses can leave recycling at the curb, however we … Continued
As a result of the significant snow event, the New Brunswick Parking Authority is opening “Snow Designated Facilities” to residents of New Brunswick. We ask that you utilize the snow facilities designated by the Snow Parking Map on the NBPA … Continued
Mayor Cahill spoke Wednesday, December 4th at the Building Healthy Communities conference in Edison along with Mayors Bermudez, Delaney and Smith from Vineland, Garfield and Irvington about how to build healthy communities. Remember, there are great programs going on in … Continued
Joyce Kilmer’s birthplace, located at 17 Joyce Kilmer Avenue in New Brunswick, will be open on Friday, December 6th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in observance of the poet soldier’s 127th birthday. Kilmer was born here to Frederick and … Continued
Come out to Monument Square to see New Brunswick’s 21st Annual Tree Lighting this Friday from 5 pm-7 pm. Along with the Tree Lighting, you can also experience FREE horse-drawn carriage rides and enjoy the Chili Cook-off Contest!
Water Main Break on Welton Street between Livingston Avenue and Joyce Kilmer Avenue. Street is closed and Roosevelt School has been closed for the day. Students have been sent home for the day.
The Ronald McDonald House provides hospitality to families that face the hardships and struggles of living life with sick children. Located here in the “Healthcare City,” the Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from home” for families who … Continued
On Wednesday, November 20, 2013, a ceremony took place in Council Chambers of City Hall to promote firefighter Chris Stellatella to the rank of Lieutenant. Stellatella’s family along with members of the Fire Department and friends filled Council Chambers … Continued