This week, New Brunswick residents will receive a letter from Mayor Jim Cahill with an update on the status of our RenewableNB energy program. The text of the letter is available below, or by clicking the graphics for English and Spanish-language versions. Dear Resident, As we announced last year, the City of New Brunswick has […]
Mayor Cahill has released a letter discussing highlights of the proposed 2019 Municipal Budget. The Mayor’s letter is available below in full text or by clicking the graphic. Dear Members of City Council, Residents and Taxpayers, The proposed budget for 2019 has been submitted with a total expenditure of $94,523,063 supported by a levy of $35,522,086. The […]
New Brunswick City Council appointed Leslie R. Zeledón as the new City Clerk at its 2019 Reorganization Meeting at City Hall. Zeledón has served as Deputy Clerk for the City of New Brunswick since September 2011. She replaces longtime City Clerk Daniel A. Torrisi, who was appointed by Mayor Cahill to serve as City Administrator. […]
Mayor Jim Cahill, Councilman Kevin P. Egan and Councilwoman Rebecca H. Escobar were sworn into new office terms during an Inauguration Ceremony at City Hall on January 1. Mayor Cahill also delivered a State-of-The-City Address discussing recent progress in the City of New Brunswick. To read the 2019 State-of-the-City Address, please click here.
Mayor James M. Cahill, Councilman Kevin P. Egan and Councilwoman Rebecca H. Escobar will be sworn in to new terms at an Inauguration ceremony scheduled for 3 p.m. Tuesday, January 1, 2019 in Council Chambers of City Hall. Mayor Cahill will deliver the State-of-the-City Address. City Hall is located at 78 Bayard Street.
The next phase of the City of New Brunswick’s Abandoned Properties Rehabilitation Ordinance is in motion, following the introduction of an Abandoned Properties Scattered Site Redevelopment Plan focusing on six abandoned houses in town. This past August, the City of New Brunswick established its Abandoned Properties list, which provides a direct process to return abandoned and derelict homes […]
Ten properties are included in the City’s initial Abandoned Property List. They are: 84 Jersey Avenue 310 Townsend Street 164 Commercial Avenue 53 Remsen Avenue 42 Joyce Kilmer Avenue 147 Remsen Avenue 109 Howard Street 7 North Ward Street 377 Lee Avenue 69 Handy Street Notification via certified mail has been sent to property owners […]
On August 1st, the City Council introduced on first reading an ordinance merging the City’s Department of Public Works and Department of Engineering. Many of the responsibilities of the two departments overlap. The Department of Public Works oversees sanitation in the City of New Brunswick, including trash and recycling collection and street sweeping; Parks and […]
The City of New Brunswick’s commitment to sustainable practices continues to progress as City officials plan for the implementation of third-party energy providers as a resource for more renewable energy in our community. Since the spring, City officials have explored renewable energy as a potential option for our energy choices, following a suggestion by NJ […]
Notice is hereby given that the City of New Brunswick proposes to reallocate $553,274 of HOME funds to a replacement activity to be amended to the 2017-2018 Consolidated Action Plan. The City of New Brunswick proposes to reallocate HOME funds to partially fund a multifamily development to be located at 45 Remsen Ave. A public […]