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Fukui Friends Visit New Brunswick to Celebrate 35th Anniversary of Sister Cities Ties

On the occasion of the 35th anniversary of our joining as friends through the Sister Cities International organization, the City of New Brunswick will host a delegation of Japanese officials and citizens from the city of Fukui, Japan through the end of this week. Sister Cities is an international organization that joins communities around the world […]

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Hydrant Flushing Schedule for October 2-5

Annual fall hydrant flushing is currently underway in the City of New Brunswick Hydrants are flushed twice a year to remove iron deposits that build up in water mains. Discoloration may occur as a result of flushing, but water remains safe for use. Residents are advised to avoid using hot water or doing laundry until discoloration disappears, as […]

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Mayor’s Wellness Campaign Launches in New Brunswick!

  City residents are invited to take advantage of a slew of free health and wellness activities for participants of all ages through the new Mayor’s Wellness Campaign in the City of New Brunswick. The campaign, coordinated by the City of New Brunswick and Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center, in cooperation with a […]

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Resources for Residents to Use to Help Hurricane and Earthquake Victims

Many families in the southern United States, our Gulf Coast, the Caribbean, Mexico and Puerto Rico are still recovering from devastation and flooding caused by three hurricanes and two earthquakes that have struck in recent weeks. As a caring and giving community, and with many New Brunswick residents with family and friends affected by Hurricane […]

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Hydrant Flushing Schedule for September 25-27

Annual fall hydrant flushing is currently underway in the City of New Brunswick Hydrants are flushed twice a year to remove iron deposits that build up in water mains. Discoloration may occur as a result of flushing, but water remains safe for use. Residents are advised to avoid using hot water or doing laundry until discoloration disappears, as […]

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Free Sprint Phones Put Into Hands of 300 NBHS Students Via Grant

September 25 was no normal day at New Brunswick High School (NBHS): it was activation day for 300 excited students! NBHS is a recipient of Sprint’s 1Million Project, which put free Android phones into the hands of 300 eligible students at the high school. The mission of the project is to provide one million free […]

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City’s CAPER Report Now Available for Public Review and Comment

The City of New Brunswick has completed its 2016-17 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). Copies of this report will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Newark Area Office, on or about September 30, 2017. This report is available for review to interested citizens at the Office of Planning […]

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September is National Preparedness Month – Make a Plan for Your Family to Be Prepared!

Do you have a plan for your family to help keep everyone safe in the event of a major storm, fire or flood? The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) wants all families to have a plan for such situations, so each year, the month of September is recognized as National Preparedness Month across the U.S. […]

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Help the NBFD Tackle Blood Shortages on September 18!

The City of New Brunswick Fire Department invites the community to join them for a blood drive on September 18 at New Jersey Blood Services! Donations will be accepted between noon and 7 p.m. on September 18, both by appointment and by walk-ins. Donors must weigh at least 110 pounds and meet other requirements. Donors […]

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City ID Program Now Accepting Appointments for ID Cards

The New Brunswick City ID Program is now accepting appointments for residents to obtain City of New Brunswick-issued ID cards. Adopted by New Brunswick City Council on June 7, 2017, this program is available to all New Brunswick residents age 14 and older. The program is intended to provide residents with a resource to access […]

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