Summer is here and our students will soon be out and about for the summer. To ensure a safe and fun summer for all, drivers and pedestrians are urged to keep safety in mind when traveling on City streets. Here are some tips to keep in mind: Cars must stop for pedestrians in crosswalks. It […]
Nearly 100 racers zipped across the finish line this weekend during the 14th Annual New Jersey Soap Box Derby and Classic Car Show. The derby is held annually in New Brunswick at the intersection of George Street and Johnson Drive. Racers between the ages of 7 to 17 race homemade soap box cars in the […]
The New Brunswick Community Farmers Market opens this Saturday, June 14th! This Farmers Market, designed for the community, embodies the City’s health initiatives to make healthy, fresh food available to all. Local vendors will have farm fresh food like produce, organically grown produce, eggs, honey, jam and more! Meet Your New Brunswick Community Farmers Market Vendors! Corazon Kitchen, […]
Emphasizing the importance of health, fitness and education among our students is one example of New Brunswick’s City-wide initiatives. Initiatives like Ciclovia to the hundreds of community partners the City works with are some ways education and community combine to create new and innovative events to keep a healthy community. Recently, teachers at Paul Robeson Community School […]
Sunday, May 4th the Softball League Latinos Unidos celebrated their first game, of their first season, and Mayor Cahill threw the first pitch. This is the league’s first year and includes players ages 40 and up.
New Brunswick streets were filled with people enjoying each other and walking, biking, dancing, skateboarding and rock climbing on Sunday for the City’s second Ciclovia. Were you there? Check out our photo album here.
3.4 miles of city streets to be closed down for recreational use Building upon the success of New Brunswick’s first Ciclovia in 2013, the City has expanded Ciclovia to three dates in 2014, with the first taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, May 4. Ciclovia (sic-lo-via) is an internationally renowned health celebration […]
Last week at Urban Clean-up Week, students celebrated “School Kids Sweep Up” Day by giving back to their community. Students canvassed the City with Department of Public Works (DPW) staff and school teachers by picking up litter around town. Later, with the trash found, students played a game of “Slam Dunk the Junk” at […]
This week, New Brunswick Housing Inspectors will be canvassing all neighborhoods. Property codes remind our community that it is our responsibility to keep properties free of litter and debris. Overall, these combined efforts result in a cleaner community for all!
(Phyllis Adams, Executive Director of Women Aware) (Dancers from Inspira Arts) Women Aware honored their volunteers through “A Night of Celebration” on April 22nd. Mayor Cahill said, “Today’s celebration is about you, the volunteers, and the source of hope you provide to so many for getting involved in something bigger than yourselves.” Just last year, […]