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Emergency Water Main Repair Today at Sandford and Throop, Neighborhood Residents May Experience Water Service Disruption

Due to an emergency water main repair near the intersection of Sandford Street and Throop Avenue, residents on the following streets may experience temporary water service disruption between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. today: -Sandford Street between Commercial Avenue and Remsen Avenue -Throop Avenue between Comstock Street and Sandford Street -Delavan Court […]

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Annual Arbor Day Celebration Brings Two New Trees to McKinley Community School

The City of New Brunswick, a designated Tree City USA for 34 years, continued its Arbor Day tradition on April 25th with the planting of two young trees on the grounds of McKinley Community School. Mayor Cahill, City Councilman John Anderson and New Brunswick Public Schools Superintendent Aubrey Johnson joined the McKinley community for a […]

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Free Online Workforce Development Courses Available Via Middlesex County SkillUp Program

The County of Middlesex has launched SkillUp, a new program through the Office of Workforce Development that offers more than 4,500 free online workforce development courses to Middlesex County residents. Through these courses, participants may pursue workplace training, receive guidance on job interview skills, prepare for certifications, improve their computer skills, participate in professional development […]

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Temporary Water Discoloration Possible in Rutgers Village Area Tuesday as Part of Main Replacement Project

New Brunswick Water Utility staffers are handling preparations today to transfer water service over to the newly installed water main on Tunison Road as part of an ongoing main replacement project in Rutgers Village. This involves exercising valves that will isolate the old water main, so that it can be fully disconnected later this week. The […]

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Notice Regarding the Mailing of Second Quarter Water Bills

On April 13, the City’s Water Department made its regular mail delivery of second quarter water bills to the U.S. Postal Service’s Distribution Center on Kilmer Road in Edison. As is customary, a receipt was obtained from the Postal Service’s bulk mailing processing department. After several residents contacted the Water Department advising they had yet […]

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Citywide Hydrant Flushing to Take Place April 30 Through May 18

Spring hydrant flushing will begin on April 30 and run through May 18 in the City of New Brunswick. Citywide hydrant flushing programs are conducted 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.The discoloration seen in water […]

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New Brunswick Kids Sweep Up for Urban Cleanup Week

Fifth grade students from four New Brunswick schools did their part to help keep New Brunswick clean and green during a successful School Kids Sweep Up Day event on April 17. School Kids Sweep Up Day is held annually as part of the City’s Urban Cleanup Week. Assisted by New Brunswick DPW staff and New Brunswick teachers, fifth grade students […]

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City of New Brunswick Expands Dedication to Green Energy and Sustainability with New Solar Panels

The City of New Brunswick is expanding its commitment to sustainable energy practices through the installation of new solar panels throughout our town. The City of New Brunswick, New Brunswick Public Schools and the New Brunswick Parking Authority teamed up and have used a power purchase agreement to help light up our town since December […]

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