Author Archive | Jennifer Bradshaw

UPDATE: Information Regarding Huntington Street Water Main Break

UPDATE: Water service has been restored to areas affected by today’s water main break. Water remains safe for use, but some residences may experience temporary discoloration this afternoon.  Huntington Street has been reopened to traffic.  Easton Avenue has been reopened its regular traffic flow. Once full service is restored to the area, water discoloration may […]

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Dial-A-Ride Offices to be Closed November 12-13th for Veterans Day and Staff Training

Please note that Dial-A-Ride offices will be closed for two days next week to accommodate the Veterans Day holiday and staff training. Dial-A-Ride, along with all City offices, will be closed on Monday, November 12 in observation of Veterans Day. Dial-A-Ride offices will remain closed on Tuesday, November 13 to accommodate staff training and will […]

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Free Leaf Bags Available to New Brunswick Residents!

New Brunswick residents are invited to take advantage of free biodegradable leaf bags, courtesy of New Brunswick DPW, to dispose of their leaves this fall. City residents may pick up 20 free biodegradable leaf bags at the City DPW building at 400 Jersey Avenue on the following dates: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Saturday, November 10 11 a.m. – […]

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Bayard Street Closure in Place Through Nov. 16 for NBPAC Construction

Bayard Street will soon be fully reopened and parking restored between George Street and Elm Row, as the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center construction project continues to proceed ahead of schedule. As part of the project, a portion of Bayard Street between George Street and Elm Row will be closed for approximately one week’s time, […]

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Affordable Care Act Enrollment Open Through December 15

Residents without health insurance for 2019 may take advantage of the Open Enrollment period for the Health Insurance Marketplace, open now through December 15, 2018.  The Health Insurance Marketplace offers comparative healthcare plan options from major providers, depending on the needs and size of each applying family or applicant. The marketplace is open to all U.S. citizens […]

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UPDATE: NBPD Seeks Public’s Help in Locating Missing “At Risk” Person

UPDATE: Missing person Anthony Boyd has been located.   New Brunswick Police Department seeks your help in locating a missing “at risk” person: Missing Person: Anthony Boyd, 23 years old, Male, White, 6’02”, 150lbs. Unknown clothing description, tattoo of St. John on rib cage, and has a history of drug use. Last seen in the […]

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Early Concepts for New Feaster and Pittman Park Designs Unveiled

Redesign plans for Feaster Park and Pittman Park are moving along with the unveiling of preliminary plans for brand-new looks at both of these community parks. On October 30, the City of New Brunswick and its partners with the Trust for Public Land and Rutgers University Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability held the third meeting […]

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