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Buckle Up For Safety’s Sake! Click it or Ticket Returns to New Brunswick

Law enforcement officers from the New Brunswick Police Department will join with police from around the country in cracking down on unbuckled motorists and passengers as part of the national “Click it or Ticket” campaign. Beginning May 23 and running through June 5, the annual “Click It or Ticket” national mobilization utilizes high visibility seat […]

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#KmmAmm2016 Middlesex County’s Dream Team for Transportation Initiatives

This morning called for excitement bright and early at Keep Middlesex Moving’s Annual Membership Meeting as New Brunswick received two awards: Silver Awards for both Safe Routes to School and Smart Workplaces! Earlier this year, New Brunswick applied to be a part of the Safe Routes to School Recognition Program noting recent awards and initiatives like… The […]

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City Pledges $450K to Support Zebra Way Supportive Needs Housing Project

The City of New Brunswick has pledged $450,000 in HOME funds to support the construction of 11 new supportive needs housing for homeless residents in the City of New Brunswick. BCUW/Madeline and Coming Home Middlesex County are the overseers of the project, which will be situated on Zebra Way. Its purpose is to provide 12 […]

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DARE Reaches Record Number of Students in New Brunswick Schools

Eight hundred New Brunswick fifth graders have newly taken a pledge to live their lives free of the negative influences of drug and alcohol abuse following the completion of the D.A.R.E. program for the 2015-16 school year. For over two decades, New Brunswick Public Schools and the New Brunswick Police Department have used the national […]

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City’s Revaluation Process is Beginning

The City of New Brunswick has begun a revaluation process that will affect all homes in town. Residents will soon receive bilingual notices and brochures explaining the process and providing additional information as to the timeline and what to expect when an inspector visits. Information will be gathered by Appraisal Systems, Inc., the firm that […]

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City Library, Children’s Specialized Hospital Partner for Free Development Screenings

Children’s Specialized Hospital will conduct free Early Developmental Screenings at the New Brunswick Free Public Library from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 25. This is a free developmental screening for children ages 1 to 5 years old along with the sharing of valuable resources for parents curious about early childhood development. All are […]

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Project Move Out Registration Now Open!

The Rutgers spring 2016 semester is almost over and it’s time for students to turn in their final papers and clean out their homes before the start of summer! To make sure that bulk waste is disposed of in a responsible manner that also keeps our City streets neat and clean, off-campus students are advised […]

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Hydrant Flushing to Take Place Through May 31

Spring hydrant flushing is underway in the City of New Brunswick. You may have observed a temporary discoloration in your tap water, which is due to the flushing process utilized by the New Brunswick Water Utility. Water remains safe for use throughout this process. Discoloration may be alleviated by running the tap for a few […]

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