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Spend the Summer Helping New Brunswick Kids PLAY S.A.F.E.

Applications for employment with the New Brunswick PLAY S.A.F.E. program are now being accepted by the City’s Youth Services System. PLAY S.A.F.E. (Summer Activities For Everyone) is a comprehensive summer program that provides New Brunswick children between the ages of 6 to 12 with a variety of activities like swimming, soccer, music, dance, video production, […]

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School Kids Sweep Up New Brunswick

School Kids Sweep-Up Day resulted in more than a ton of litter being removed from New Brunswick’s streets, due to the efforts of eco-conscious elementary school students. Held annually as part of Urban Cleanup Week in New Brunswick, School Kids Sweep-up Day entails student cleanups in neighborhoods near New Brunswick schools. This year, students from A.C. […]

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Notice of Surface Water Treatment Technique Violation Issued by New Brunswick Water Utility

The New Brunswick Water Utility sent out a Notice of Surface Water Treatment Technique Violation on April 17, 2015. Paper copies of this letter have been mailed to all New Brunswick residences. Please click the link below to read the notice. New Brunswick Water Quality Letter 4-17-15 (English) New Brunswick Water Quality Letter 4-17-15 (Spanish) […]

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Spring Cleaning Returns During Urban Cleanup Week!

Spring has sprung in New Brunswick and all citizens are asked to help the City look its best. Urban Cleanup Week runs from April 18 to April 26 and features different events each day. On Saturday, April 18 and Sunday, April 19, volunteer groups are invited to participate in litter cleanups, on Saturday at Mile Run […]

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City of New Brunswick 2015-19 Five-Year Consolidated Plan and 2015-16 One-Year Action Plan Draft Available for Public Review

The 2015-19 Five Year Consolidated Plan and 2015-16 One Year Action Plan is now available for review and comment to interested citizens. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW DRAFT All comments must be received by the Department of Planning, Community and Economic Development, in writing, no later than May 8, 2015. Same should be addressed to: Golda […]

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Protect Your Home from Carbon Monoxide

A message from the New Brunswick Fire Department’s Division of Fire Safety: Several deaths due to carbon monoxide poisoning have been discussed in state and national news over the past month. Carbon monoxide is an invisible, colorless and odorless gas that can be fatal if it goes undetected. Residents are advised to make sure they […]

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UPDATED: Hydrant Flushing to Take Place Through May 1

Hydrant flushing has begun in the City of New Brunswick and will last through the end of April. Any discoloration in the water will be a temporary condition. Water discoloration is not dangerous, but residents are advised to please run faucets until discoloration disappears, especially before doing laundry, washing food or collecting water to drink. […]

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