Author Archive | Jennifer Bradshaw

Notice of Surface Water Treatment Technique Violation Issued by New Brunswick Water Utility

The New Brunswick Water Utility sent out a Notice of Surface Water Treatment Technique Violation on April 17, 2015. Paper copies of this letter have been mailed to all New Brunswick residences. Please click the link below to read the notice. New Brunswick Water Quality Letter 4-17-15 (English) New Brunswick Water Quality Letter 4-17-15 (Spanish) […]

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City of New Brunswick 2015-19 Five-Year Consolidated Plan and 2015-16 One-Year Action Plan Draft Available for Public Review

The 2015-19 Five Year Consolidated Plan and 2015-16 One Year Action Plan is now available for review and comment to interested citizens. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW DRAFT All comments must be received by the Department of Planning, Community and Economic Development, in writing, no later than May 8, 2015. Same should be addressed to: Golda […]

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Dept. of Planning, Community and Economic Development Announces April 8 Public Meetings

The City of New Brunswick will hold two public meetings on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. in the Department of Planning, Community and Economic Development, 25 Kirkpatrick Street, 2nd Floor, New Brunswick, N.J. The agenda of the public meetings is to discuss: 1. The progress of the City’s 2014-15 Community Development […]

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Single-Stream Recycling Comes to New Brunswick

Recycling in New Brunswick Just got easier with single-stream recycling! Residents and businesses may now place paper/cardboard, plastic, glass and aluminum in the same bins to be picked up for recycling. The collection days and zones will remain the same, but bottles, cans, paper and flattened cardboard can be mixed together and must be placed […]

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Tax Maps Now Available on City Website

Tax maps corresponding to all New Brunswick’s properties are now available on the City of New Brunswick’s website. Tax Maps are the foundation for all Property Tax Assessments made by the Tax Assessor. The Assessor provides the City with the name and address of the owner of every property in town, along with the taxable value […]

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