The New Brunswick Fire Department kicked off its week-long 250th Anniversary celebration on Monday with a Departmental Inspection and Awards Ceremony at Buccleuch Park. Fire Director Robert Rawls, Mayor Jim Cahill, Councilman John Anderson and Administrator Thomas Loughlin were on hand to inspect the members of the department and their equipment. Please click here to view […]
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Each year, the City of New Brunswick’s Inspections department holds a two-week campaign to remind residents to keep their properties neat and clean. From October 20 to October 31, property owners are asked to make an extra commitment to cleaning up garbage, graffiti, debris and overgrown plants on their respective properties. Properties left in an […]
Paterson Street near the parking deck has been improved upon to make it safer for pedestrians, based on input from Keep Middlesex Moving and City of New Brunswick staff! Please click here to read a blog entry from Keep Middlesex Moving detailing the changes to this pedestrian crossing.
Ciclovia returns on Sunday, October 12 for another day of community fun in the streets of New Brunswick. Will you be there?
The New Brunswick Fire Department will celebrate 250 years of service to the City of New Brunswick with a weeklong roster of events celebrating the department’s detailed history. The New Brunswick Fire Department dates back to 1764, when the first Bucket Company was formally organized. For 150 years, New Brunswick Fire Department was staffed entirely […]
Fire hydrant flushing began Monday, Sept. 29 and will continue through Friday, Oct. 17 in New Brunswick. Most fire hydrants will be flushed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 4 a.m., but some daytime flushing is also expected. Water discoloration may occur as a result of flushing, but this temporary discoloration is normal and […]
Do you know on which day your recycling is picked up? How about the proper way to dispose of an old air conditioning unit? All that information and much more is now available at a moment’s notice via the MyWaste app. This free app provides residents of New Brunswick with trash and recycling information specific […]
Hub City Sounds will stage its final performance on Saturday, Sept. 27 at Boyd Park, featuring a roster of kid and family-friendly performances. “Kids’ Day in the Park” begins at 3 p.m., with American Repertory Ballet Princeton Ballet School’s performance of “Grumpy Bird.” George Street Playhouse’s Educational Touring Theatre will present their play “Peacemaker,” followed […]
Buccleuch Park will be available for football fans to park their vehicles during the Rutgers/Tulane game on Saturday, Sept. 27. Parking in the park will open at 8 a.m. Kickoff is scheduled for noon. Football game attendees who wish to park in one of the 480 spots available in Buccleuch Park will enter the park […]
Get your ducks in a row for the annual Raritan River Festival, scheduled for noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28 at Boyd Park. The festival will return with a roster of popular activities, including cardboard canoe races, water taxi rides, games, arts and crafts, live music and environmental activities. “Burger Mania” will offer residents […]