The Rutgers spring 2016 semester is almost over and it’s time for students to turn in their final papers and clean out their homes before the start of summer! To make sure that bulk waste is disposed of in a responsible manner that also keeps our City streets neat and clean, off-campus students are advised […]
Spring hydrant flushing is underway in the City of New Brunswick. You may have observed a temporary discoloration in your tap water, which is due to the flushing process utilized by the New Brunswick Water Utility. Water remains safe for use throughout this process. Discoloration may be alleviated by running the tap for a few […]
Have you heard about New Brunswick’s Paid Sick and Safe Time ordinance, but would like more information? The City’s Department of Planning, Community and Economic Development has created a short video discussing the ordinance, which employees are affected by it and how those employees can accumulate paid time off. To learn even more about Paid […]
The City of New Brunswick’s successes and plans for further growth were prominently featured in an article in the latest edition of NJ Industry Magazine. The four-page spread discusses several of the exciting things we have happening here in the City of New Brunswick, including our parks system, our relationship with Rutgers University, the growth […]
Spring is off to a busy start in New Brunswick with the annual celebrity basketball game, a visit from some special faraway friends and the first New Brunswick Ciclovia of 2016. Check out the March and April 2016 special edition of our monthly What’s Happening in the Hub City blog for more information.
Two new trees are stretching their branches toward the sky at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School following an Arbor Day celebration on April 26. The Parks and Shade Tree division planted two White Dogwood trees as part of the ceremony. The City of New Brunswick has been a Tree City USA for 32 years, named so […]
Sunday, April 24 was a perfect day. The sun was shining, the air was warm, and residents were in the mood to be out and about, relishing in the arrival of spring. Thousands of residents and visitors took to the streets to play during the first New Brunswick Ciclovia of 2016. From 11 a.m. to 4 […]
Nearly four tons of litter and refuse were removed from our City’s streets, waterways and open spaces this month as another successful Urban Cleanup Week came to an end. Throughout the month of April, eight volunteer cleanups were conducted by the following groups: the Rutgers Office of Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships; Delta Upsilon; the […]
The New Brunswick Police Department recognized two of its longtime officers with promotions to the ranks of Lieutenant during a Tuesday ceremony at City Hall. Lt. Frederick “Fred” DeLong and Lt. Mark Pappas are detectives, serving in the police department’s Criminal Investigations Division. “Lt. DeLong and Lt. Pappas have a high level of skill in […]
New Brunswick Recreation will host a free giveaway of new and gently used clothing for children from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 30 at the HUB Teen Center, 411 Joyce Kilmer Avenue. Clothing will entail items for newborns to age 13, both boys and girls. All are welcome to attend.