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Community Clean Sweep 2016 is Coming!

Spring cleaning time is here! The City’s Inspections department will take special care to check on all neighborhoods during the week of May 9-13 to make sure all homes are free of graffiti and litter and properly maintained. Residents who need to dispose of large amounts of trash are advised to call DPW at (732) […]

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Knights of Columbus Recognizes Community Leaders

Dedicated New Brunswick community members were recognized last week during the annual Knights of Columbus Community Awards Night on April 13. The Knights of Columbus, Council No. 257 takes care each year to pay special tribute to people and institutions from the New Brunswick community whose work and volunteer contributions have cultivated positive change in […]

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E-Waste Drop Off Resumes During Urban Cleanup Week!

It’s Urban Cleanup Week in the City of New Brunswick! Each day this week features environmental-themed events, including community cleanups, special recycling events, giveaways and more! We’re especially excited to announce that the DPW will be resuming its E-Waste Drop-Off! From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 20 residents may dispose of TVs, laptop […]

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New Brunswick Public Schools’ Third Graders Take the Stage

On Wednesday evening, the American Repertory Ballet and Princeton Ballet School presented Dance Power’s Waiting in the Wings Performance celebrating 30 Years of Dance! Ten dances were performed by our students from eight of our Public Schools (Lincoln Elementary School, Livingston Elementary School, Lord Stirling Elementary School, McKinley Community School, Paul Robeson Community School, A.C. […]

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New Brunswick Police Department Achieves Re-Accreditation

The New Brunswick Police Department has been re-accredited, reaffirming the department’s adherence to the finest law enforcement standards in the nation. Accreditation is a set of 105 standards and 407 sub-standards set by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police. These standards address all aspects of police work and are considered to be […]

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2016 City Budget Publicly Introduced

The City introduced its $87.3 million budget for the coming year at Wednesday’s City Council meeting. The 2016 introduced budget contains a $3.8 million increase over the previous budget, or 3.69 percent. Homeowners will see a 6.72 cent increase over last year’s tax rate, which will result in an annual increase of approximately $79.41 in municipal […]

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New Engineer Joins City Administration Team

Mayor Jim Cahill has announced the hiring of Richard W. Moody to serve as Engineer for the City. Moody, 69, a licensed professional engineer, has enjoyed a career spanning more than four decades in both the public and private sectors, having worked for employers such as Envirogen Technologies, Inc., T&M Associates and Research Cottrell, Inc. […]

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Hub City Music Festival Returns for Spring!

The New Brunswick Cultural Center and Iguana Music’s fourth annual Hub City Music Festival will return to town from April 14-24, offering a varied lineup of local live music in venues around the City. Each performance comes with a suggested donation of $5-$10 per patron. Proceeds from the festival will benefit Elijah’s Promise. All are […]

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