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Water System Maintenance Scheduled for June 26 in College Ave., Hamilton St. and Somerset St. Neighborhoods

Underground water main valves will be turned and fire hydrants will be flushed on several City streets on Tuesday, June 26. This is part of maintenance procedures for our water distribution system, performed by New Brunswick Water Utility staff. Valves will be turned and some fire hydrants flushed between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. in […]

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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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Water System Maintenance Scheduled for College Avenue Neighborhood on June 21

Underground water main valves will be turned and fire hydrants will be flushed on several City streets on Thursday, June 21. This is part of maintenance procedures of our water distribution system, performed by New Brunswick Water Utility staff. Valves will be turned and some fire hydrants flushed between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. in […]

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Updates to Five City Parks Proposed on June 20 City Council Agenda

The City of New Brunswick’s commitment to the revitalization and re-energizing of our parks continues, as New Brunswick City Council considers four proposals that would authorize new improvements in Archibald Park, Buccleuch Park, Feaster Park, Pittman Park and Welton Street Park. Community Redesign of Feaster and Pittman Parks A proposed agreement with the Trust for […]

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Parking Deck Reservations Now Available in New Brunswick

Residents and visitors  now have the opportunity to reserve parking deck spaces ahead of time through a new program offered by the New Brunswick Parking Authority. Using the ParkMobile app, approximately 700 parking spaces throughout New Brunswick can now be reserved ahead of time, guaranteeing that a parking spot will be available in a preferred […]

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Play S.A.F.E. to Return for its 27th New Brunswick Summer

New Brunswick families are invited to take advantage of a free program that keeps kids busy during the summer months with recreation, fun learning activities and exciting day trips to spots around the tri-state area. PLAY S.A.F.E. (Summer Activities For Everyone) is a comprehensive summer program that provides New Brunswick children between the ages of […]

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City Welcomes Six New Officers to the Ranks of the NBPD

The City of New Brunswick’s Police Department welcomed six new officers to its ranks on June 12 during a swearing-in ceremony at City Hall. Officers Josue Plaza, Paul Palma, William Krapf, Jon Hamann, Daniel Faller and Matthew Beltranena are fresh off 21 weeks of extensive training at the Cape May Police Academy. Mayor Jim Cahill […]

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