Author Archive | Jennifer Bradshaw

“UText. UDrive. UPay.” Enforcement Campaign Begins April 1

Law enforcement officers from the New Brunswick Police Department will be cracking down on distracted drivers during April as part of New Jersey’s UDrive. UText. UPay. enforcement campaign. Beginning April 1 and running through April 21, the high visibility law enforcement initiative will target motorists who engage in dangerous distracted driving behaviors such as talking […]

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New Brunswick Free Public Library Honored with State Library Multicultural Award

The New Brunswick Free Public Library has been chosen as a recipient of the New Jersey State Library’s Fifth Annual Multicultural Program Award. The program submitted for consideration of this award was the library’s annual Holi Festival, an exuberant Indian festival of colors usually celebrated in March that is intended to bring people together. The purpose […]

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Mayor’s Budget Message Discusses Citywide Plans for 2018

Mayor Cahill has released a budget statement for the 2018 calendar year, discussing proposed plans for the year in a number of projects, services and initiatives in the City of New Brunswick.  The Mayor’s letter is available below in full text or by clicking the graphic.  Dear Residents, Taxpayers, and Members of the City Council: […]

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Snow Parking Decks to Open at 8 a.m. Wednesday; Please Remove Parked Vehicles from Designated Snow Routes

In anticipation of the forecasted snowfall, the New Brunswick Parking Authority will open “Snow Designated Facilities” to residents of New Brunswick at 8 a.m. Wednesday, March 21. Residents may park overnight in the designated decks until 8 a.m. Thursday, March 22. Vehicles must be removed from the decks by 8 a.m. Thursday. We ask that […]

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New Lighted Crosswalks Installed on City Streets

Brand new lighted crosswalks have been installed in four spots in the City of New Brunswick as part of our ongoing improvements to Complete Streets and pedestrian safety. Pedestrians may now use the lighted crosswalks in four intersections: Lee Avenue and Comstock Street Lee Avenue and Delavan Street Remsen Avenue and Handy Street Remsen Avenue […]

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