Volume 3, Chapter 27 of the New Brunswick Police Department Policies and Procedures explains the department’s pre-established policies and procedures with regard to the enforcement of immigration laws. It contains an explanation of the department’s ongoing adherence to these policies and procedures in a single document. This document is available here.
Thousands of books, DVDs, VHS tapes and puzzles will be available for perusing during the Friends of the New Brunswick Free Public Library’s annual Book Sale. The sale will take place from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, April 7 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 8. All books will […]
The City of New Brunswick’s commitment to smart planning and best practices has been reaffirmed through its newest Bronze certification via Sustainable Jersey! Sustainable Jersey is a voluntary program that allows municipalities to formally document and develop their “green” initiatives in multiple areas of local governance. The program looks to bolster ongoing initiatives in communities […]
The City of New Brunswick seeks the help of community residents like you to help keep its streets clean! The New Brunswick Clean City Block Captains program utilizes the volunteer efforts of residents to promote litter cleanups and community awareness of proper litter disposal. These efforts make a big difference in the cleanliness of our […]
The City of New Brunswick has launched a new community program at New Brunswick High School that is intended to strengthen the relationship between young people in our community and the police officers that serve them. Check out our feature on the Law Enforcement Collaborative, a program that brings police officers into the classroom to […]
The leadership team of the New Brunswick Police Department grew yesterday with the promotion of three officers to the rank of Sergeant and two veteran officers to the rank of Lieutenant. Mayor Jim Cahill administered the oath of office to Lt. Samuel Hillyer, Lt. Richard Herbst, […]
Registration forms are now available to enroll New Brunswick boys and girls in softball and baseball leagues for the coming spring. Little Sluggers T-Ball League is open to both boys and girls ages 4-6 and meets on Friday nights and Saturday mornings. Babe Ruth League is open to boys and girls ages 13-16, with games […]
New Brunswick City Council will hold its 6:30 p.m. meeting tonight, Wednesday, February 15, in the Middlesex County Administration Building, 75 Bayard Street. This building is located directly across the street from New Brunswick City Hall, 78 Bayard Street. The agenda for the meeting is available here.
The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance invites all community members to join them on February 25 for a conversation about food systems in New Brunswick and learn about ways to eat well in a healthy and sustainable manner that benefits the whole family. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, February 25, “Food, Family Fun […]
In the wake of new federal immigration policies and recent reports of a higher volume of U.S. Immigration and Enforcement (ICE) activities, there has been much discussion about policies and procedures followed here in New Brunswick and around the state and our nation. At a rally held at City Hall on February 7, organized by […]