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2017 New Brunswick Municipal Budget Highlights

The 2017 municipal budget for the City of New Brunswick will accommodate paving for a number of City streets, several million dollars in renovations to the New Brunswick Water Utility, the hiring of several new staff members in various departments and funding for some exciting new capital projects in town. The budget was approved by […]

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Exciting Changes to Soon Begin at New Brunswick Cultural Center

Big things are on the horizon for New Brunswick’s Arts District, as Crossroads Theatre Company’s final show for the season will also mark the beginning of a new era of arts and culture in our community. Crossroads Theatre Company’s “Sarah Sings a Love Story” will be presented at Crossroads Theatre from March 9 through March […]

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RWJUH ER Expansion to Affect Traffic Patterns on Little Albany Street

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s emergency room will be the site of an expansion project this month that will affect traffic patterns on Little Albany Street. As of March 26, emergency room visitors will still be able to access the emergency room via a designated drop-off spot at the intersection of Somerset Street and Little […]

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PSE&G Begins Gas Pipe Replacement Project in New Brunswick

A PSE&G project has started in New Brunswick that will replace approximately two miles of aging cast-iron pipes with new plastic and coated steel piping for the purpose of better delivery of natural gas through our area. The project will take place along a stretch of Somerset Street, affecting a number of side streets. It […]

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2015-16 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report Now Available for Public Review

The City of New Brunswick has completed its 2015-16 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report. 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, 2016. This report is available for review to interested citizens at the Office of Community Development, […]

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Property Revaluations are Ongoing in the City of New Brunswick – Have You Been Inspected Yet?

More than half of New Brunswick’s homes have been inspected as part of a City-wide revaluation that is currently underway in our town. Bilingual notices and brochures explaining the process were sent to all homes in New Brunswick in May. They are also available here: English-language version Spanish-language version Information is being gathered by Appraisal […]

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What’s Your Impression of Downtown New Brunswick?

New Brunswick City Market wants to hear your thoughts and impressions of our downtown area as part of a project to gather input from residents, visitors, students and commuters about the character and personality of this part of the City. www.newbrunswicksurvey.com links to an approximately five-minute survey that asks questions about different aspects of the […]

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