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$30,000 Grant Brings New Programs to Play S.A.F.E.

Our City’s free summer program has been bolstered with a $30,000 grant from the Rutgers Community Health Foundation to help bring more enriching summer activities to local kids. Play S.A.F.E. (Summer Activities for Everyone) started its 27th season on July 2. It is a free City-sponsored comprehensive summer program that provides New Brunswick children ages […]

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Do You Have a Healthy Home? Free Information Program Available to City Residents

A free community program is available to provide New Brunswick residents with the tools they need to look closely at their homes and identify possible areas that may need remediation. The New Brunswick Healthy Homes Initiative offers residents the opportunity to have their homes checked out for possible problems like mold or lead paint and […]

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Appointments Available for New Brunswick Municipal ID Program

The City of New Brunswick’s Municipal ID program has processed over 1,600 IDs for our residents since it began, and more are available for those who wish to apply. These City-issued ID cards display the cardholder’s name, date of birth, photograph, address and signature and are valid for two years from the time of issuance. How Can […]

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Congratulations Graduates!

Congratulations to the Classes of 2018 for New Brunswick Public Schools! On June 26, 407 New Brunswick High School graduates and 37 New Brunswick Health Science and Technology High School graduates received their diplomas during ceremonies at New Brunswick High School. The following evening, our New Brunswick Learning Center conferred high school and high school […]

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New Brunswick Police Department Detective Promoted to Sergeant

The New Brunswick Police Department has welcomed one of its officers to a new leadership role. Michael Coppola was promoted to the rank of Sergeant during a June 20 ceremony at New Brunswick City Hall. Sgt. Coppola has served with the New Brunswick Police Department since April 2005, most recently as a detective. His response […]

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Salvation Army Announces July 2 Start of Registration for Free Back-to-School Supplies

Registration opens on July 2 for New Brunswick families with children entering grades K-8 to receive free back-to-school supplies from the Salvation Army New Brunswick Corps. Registration is open at the Salvation Army New Brunswick Corps office from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday during the period of July 2 through July 27. The office is located at […]

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City and Rutgers Join on Shared Services Agreement for 9-1-1 Dispatch

The City of New Brunswick and Rutgers University have embarked on a shared services agreement to provide 9-1-1 dispatch services for the New Brunswick Police Department, a new partnership that is expected to yield substantial savings to the City of New Brunswick and enhance the level of services provided by our first responders. On June […]

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Celebrate Independence Day in the City of New Brunswick!

Several Independence Day activities will take place in the City of New Brunswick over the July 4 holiday, commemorating the 242nd anniversary of our Nation’s Independence! Fireworks! On Monday, July 2 at Boyd Park, the City will host live music, a reading of the Declaration of Independence and fireworks over the Raritan River. Attendees are […]

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