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 […]
The March 21, 2018 New Brunswick City Council meeting has been canceled due to snow. The meeting has been rescheduled to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 27 in Council Chambers of City Hall, 78 Bayard Street. Council meeting agendas are available here.
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 […]
The March 7, 2018 New Brunswick City Council meeting has been canceled due to snow. The meeting has been rescheduled to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 13 in Council Chambers of City Hall, 78 Bayard Street. Council meeting agendas are available here.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
New Brunswick City Council will hold its 6:30 p.m. meeting tonight, Wednesday, February 15, in the Middlesex County Administration Building, 75 Bayard Street. This building is located directly across the street from New Brunswick City Hall, 78 Bayard Street. The agenda for the meeting is available here.
In light of national changes to immigration policies and procedures, there has been discussion in our community and throughout New Jersey about “Sanctuary Cities,” and whether New Brunswick is one. A recent article in the Targum unfortunately may have resulted in an inaccurate portrayal of the City of New Brunswick’s policies and stances on issues […]
New Brunswick City Council saluted longtime council member Elizabeth “Betsy” Garlatti on December 29, 2016 during her final meeting on the council after more than 12 years of service to the City of New Brunswick. Council member Garlatti was sworn in on January 21, 2004. She served four years as council president from 2007-2011. Her […]