Author Archive | Jennifer Bradshaw

Welcome Back Students! Don’t Forget the Most Important Meal of the Day!

Another school year has begun in New Brunswick, and schools officials are making sure that all students are receiving the nourishment they need to start the day. “Breakfast After the Bell,” is a program that ensures every elementary and middle school-age child in the City’s public school system begins their day properly nourished. Insulated tote […]

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Town Clock CDC Breaks Ground on Dina’s Dwellings

  On Thursday afternoon, Town Clock Community Development Corporation, joined by Mayor Jim Cahill, Council President Rebecca Escobar and a crowd of friends and supporters, broke ground on Dina’s Dwellings, a long-term supportive housing project that will be housed in the structure of the 300-year old First Reformed Church on Bayard Street. It will contain 10 units […]

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Update Regarding the New Brunswick Water Utility

Regarding the New Brunswick Water Utility, The transition period during which American Water has taken on the operational support of the City’s Water Treatment facilities continues to go very well. We are currently finalizing language with American Water for a one-year agreement to follow the interim Memorandum of Understanding under which we are currently operating. […]

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Summer Repaving in New Brunswick

Several New Brunswick streets have been recently repaved to keep commuting around New Brunswick smooth and safe! The following roads have been repaved over the summer months: Commercial Avenue between George Street and Neilson Street Georges Road Jefferson Avenue Delavan Street Comstock Street is to be paved on Sept. 3 and 4. Citizens with concerns regarding New […]

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Bike Corrals Come to New Brunswick!

New Brunswick got its first bike corral on August 29 at Mine Street and Easton Avenue! Bike corrals provide dedicated on-street parking for bikes that is open to all.  Other bike corrals will be installed over the next few weeks in the Easton Avenue, French Street, downtown and Suydam Street areas. Suydam Street is getting its […]

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New Brunswick Sister Cities Foster Friendships Worldwide

New Brunswick’s friendships extend far beyond central New Jersey. The New Brunswick Sister Cities Association, Inc.  is a nonprofit agency that was founded in 1960 as a means for New Brunswick to connect with cities around the world to diplomatically foster relationships and share information about their respective ways of life, including government, art and […]

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NBPD and RUPD Expand Neighborhood Teams

The New Brunswick and Rutgers Police Departments have announced the expansion of their existing Neighborhood Police Team (NPT) approach. This past March, New Brunswick and Rutgers police officers teamed up in the same patrol car and began patrolling the 5th and 6th Wards of the City, which are areas predominately occupied by off-campus student housing. […]

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