Update: Walus’s appointment was approved by the New Brunswick City Council at the Oct. 15 council meeting. Mayor Jim Cahill has appointed Alexei Walus to serve as Director of the New Brunswick Water Utility. Walus has 28 years of experience in water treatment and distribution. He was most recently employed by the Brick Township […]
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On Sunday, Oct. 12, the New Brunswick Parking Authority will open the following decks for residents to park their vehicles for free to ensure that that the route stays clear for New Brunswick Ciclovia. Ciclovia runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.The following decks will be open: Church Street deck New Street deck Morris Street […]
New curb extensions are being installed on Suydam Street at Throop Avenue as part of the Suydam Street paving project! Curb extensions shorten the distance that pedestrians must travel when crossing the street. Suydam Street was also scheduled to have new bike lanes put in this week. The lanes will run from Livingston Avenue to […]
No trash will be collected on Monday, October 13, 2014 for residents in the Monday/Thursday collection zone only. Trash collection will resume on Thursday the 16th. The recycling schedule is not impacted by this holiday.TVs, computers and paint can be dropped off for recycling by New Brunswick residents at the Public Works building on Saturday, […]
The New Brunswick Fire Department invites the public to join them for a parade on Livingston Avenue at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 in celebration of the department’s 250th anniversary. The parade will march from Powers Street to New Brunswick Middle School and will be followed by a community celebration at nearby Memorial Stadium from […]
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 […]
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 […]