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Mayor’s Message Discusses 2019 Budget

Mayor Cahill has released a statement 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 […]

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Woodrow Wilson Students to Visit Hungary on Sister Cities Trip

A group of students from Woodrow Wilson Elementary School will soon be traveling to Hungary for a student exchange trip through our Sister Cities program. Six students, two teachers and New Brunswick Public Schools Superintendent Aubrey Johnson will travel to Debrecen, Hungary from May 17-27th, accompanied by representatives from the New Brunswick Sister Cities Association. […]

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Housing Assistance Programs Available Via NJHMFA

The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency has programs available to assist first-time home buyers as well as those who may be facing foreclosure. $10,000 in down payment and closing costs assistance is available to first-time home buyers via the NJHFMA’s Down Payment Assistance Program, an interest-free forgivable loan program for qualified buyers. For […]

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Dispose of Old Medications During April 27 Take-Back

The New Brunswick Police Department will again observe National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 27, a national event sponsored by the DEA that allows anyone to safety dispose of unused prescription medications with no questions asked. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., members of the public are invited […]

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Hub City Music Festival Returns for a Month of Local Music

The Hub City Music Festival has returned for a month’s worth of live music at venues all around New Brunswick. Performances are scheduled for April 2-April 30, featuring a wide range of music styles and genres for all tastes. Proceeds from the festival will benefit Elijah’s Promise. For more information about the performances scheduled throughout the month, visit […]

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Alternate Side Parking Begins Today

Street sweeping and alternate side parking began for the season today, Monday, April 1. Please check the street signs on your block to find out which hours and days alternate side parking will be in effect in your neighborhood so that our team of street sweepers can best do their job. Street sweeping and alternate side parking helps get trash, debris […]

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Help with Outdoor Spring Cleaning and Volunteer as a Block Captain!

The New Brunswick Clean City Block Captains program is looking for new members to join our volunteer litter cleanup team for 2019! Block Captains are responsible for conducting litter clean-ups on their block throughout the year. They are also asked to spread litter reduction awareness among their neighborhoods to help keep our streets clean.  All New Brunswick community members […]

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