The City of New Brunswick is exploring the possibility of constructing a brand-new building to serve as an updated home to the New Brunswick Fire Department. The site under consideration for the new structure would be located one block away from the existing fire headquarters on Joyce Kilmer Avenue, an 89-year-old building that in recent […]
*Please note: due to mechanical issues with the elevator in City Hall, the City Council Meeting scheduled for tonight at 6:30 p.m. will be held in the Middlesex County Freeholder’s Meeting Room, 1st Floor in the County Administration Building located at 75 Bayard Street (right across the street from City Hall).
City and County officials will be at the A.C. Redshaw School from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, August 18 to present information and answer questions from the public regarding proposed road improvements to Livingston Avenue. The school is located at 216 Livingston Avenue. For more information regarding changes to Livingston Avenue, click here.
The City of New Brunswick will hold two public meetings on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. in the Department of Planning, Community and Economic Development, 25 Kirkpatrick Street, 2nd Floor, New Brunswick, N.J. The agenda of the public meetings is to discuss: 1. The progress of the City’s 2014-15 Community Development […]
The proposed municipal budget for 2015 is now available for public review. The New Brunswick City Council approved the introduction of the budget at its March 18 City Council meeting. A public hearing and vote on the budget will be held at the May 6 City Council meeting, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. in council chambers […]
The City of New Brunswick has agreed to update two City ordinances dealing with panhandling following the settlement of a case filed by the New Jersey Coalition to End Homeless and a local resident. The City has agreed to amend or repeal Ordinances No. 5.32 and No. 9.04.050(A)(6), regarding the solicitation of or begging for […]
Aldrage B. Cooper, Jr. was sworn in as the 58th Mayor of the City of New Brunswick on February 20, 1974, the first African-American resident to fill the role. “Al” Cooper, a charismatic man who stood at a towering six feet, seven inches tall, served on the New Brunswick Board of Education and as […]
The City and County seek the input of the public regarding ways that Livingston Avenue can be improved and made safer for all users, whether they be pedestrians, cyclists, drivers, children or senior citizens. A public meeting regarding the Livingston Avenue “Road Diet” will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, February 11 at […]
Mayor Jim Cahill has appointed T.K. Shamy to serve as City Attorney, the approval of which was granted by the City Council at Wednesday’s council reorganization meeting. Shamy succeeds longtime City Attorney William Hamilton, who has filled the role since 1986. Hamilton, a former U.S. Assistant Attorney, Majority Leader and Speaker for the NJ General […]
Mayor Jim Cahill delivered a State-of-the-City Address to a packed council chambers at City Hall on January 2, beginning the new year with a report on New Brunswick’s progress over the last 12 months. The address was part of an Inauguration Ceremony that saw Mayor Cahill sworn in to his seventh term as Mayor. He […]