Small business owners in New Brunswick have ready access to financial assistance and supportive training through a City program intended to help them improve upon the level of service they provide to local consumers. The City of New Brunswick and UCEDC, a nonprofit small business lender and training organization, have partnered on this training and […]
The City is moving forward on a plan to bring more renewable energy resources to our community, a plan that will help reduce our carbon footprint and help keep New Brunswick clean, green and sustainable. Earlier this year, the City Council asked the City Administration, following a suggestion from NJ Food & Water Watch, to […]
Residents and visitors now have the opportunity to reserve parking deck spaces ahead of time through a new program offered by the New Brunswick Parking Authority. Using the ParkMobile app, approximately 700 parking spaces throughout New Brunswick can now be reserved ahead of time, guaranteeing that a parking spot will be available in a preferred […]
The State of New Jersey recently enacted a new law that will provide up to 40 hours of paid sick time per year for the majority of workers in the State of New Jersey. On or about October 29, 2018, this law will preempt the City of New Brunswick’s own Paid Sick and Safe Time […]
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 […]
A new ordinance has been enacted in the City of New Brunswick that now requires receipts to be provided to all tenants that pay their month rent in cash or money order. This ordinance will be in effect for rent payments due for May 2018 and thereafter. This change is to be reflected via an […]
City Hall offices will close at 2 p.m. today due to the winter storm. Offices will reopen at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday, March 21.
Mayor Cahill has released a statement discussing proposed budget and citywide plans for the year in a number of projects, services and initiatives in the City of New Brunswick. The Mayor’s letter is available below in full text or by clicking the graphic. Dear Residents, Taxpayers, and Members of the City Council: I have submitted […]
Non-essential City Hall offices will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, March 7, due to the inclement weather. All offices will reopen at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, March 8.
Taxpayers may now make appointments for free assistance with filing their 2017 income tax returns at the New Brunswick Free Public Library. Volunteers from Beta Alpha Psi, the Accounting and Finance Honors Society at Rutgers, will help taxpayers file online, by appointment only, on Fridays and Saturdays from February 2 to April 7, 2018. This annual service is […]