Keep your safety in mind this spring and remember to buckle your seat belt every time you get in the car. The New Brunswick Police Department has begun “Click it or Ticket”, a national campaign that aims to educate drivers and their passengers about the importance of wearing a seat belt. Now through June 1, […]
UPDATE: May 15, 2014: The Fresh Grocer ceased business at its New Brunswick location on Wednesday, May 14. The Fresh Grocer has notified the City of New Brunswick that the company plans to cease operations at its New Brunswick store as of May 24. “We believed The Fresh Grocer to be an experienced urban supermarket provider that […]
3.4 miles of city streets to be closed down for recreational use Building upon the success of New Brunswick’s first Ciclovia in 2013, the City has expanded Ciclovia to three dates in 2014, with the first taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, May 4. Ciclovia (sic-lo-via) is an internationally renowned health celebration […]
The library has been awarded a $10,000 contract by LibraryLinkNJ for the New Jersey Library Makerspaces – The Leading Edge initiative, a joint venture between the State Library and LibraryLinkNJ.
The New Jersey Section of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), recently honored Frank Marascia, Director of the New Brunswick Water Utility with the Harold V. Florence, Jr., Meritorious Operator Award. According to the AWWA, this annual award is given to “an operator who has brought a higher degree of excellence, learning, initiative and resourcefulness […]
New Brunswick, NJ, March 28, 2014 – New Brunswick Mayor James M. Cahill announced today that effective Monday, March 31, Jennifer Bradshaw will assume the position of Public Information Officer for the City of New Brunswick. Current Public Information Officer Russell Marchetta will become the Assistant Business Administrator in the City’s Administration Department reporting to […]
The City of New Brunswick has received a feasibility report regarding the establishment of a “road diet” on a portion of Livingston Avenue. The report was prepared by the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University. A road diet is a road design that can improve roadway safety for all users with no or […]
Normal 0 LAWSUIT AGAINST CITY AND POLICE DEPARTMENTS COULD JEOPARDIZE SECURITY OF CITY RESIDENTS New Brunswick, NJ, March 5, 2014 – Recent articles pertaining to a lawsuit brought against the City of New Brunswick, the New Brunswick Police Department and the Rutgers University Police Department by Charles Kratovil for “maps depicting boundaries or zones used […]
Following the Public Notification of November 2013 informing customers that the City of New Brunswick Water Utility did not meet certain treatment and monitoring requirements, a Comprehensive Performance Evaluation (CPE) was performed at the City’s water treatment plant. In addition, the City is currently performing a Comprehensive Technical Assistance (CTA). The purpose of the CPE […]
New Brunswick, NJ, December 21, 2013 – New Brunswick Mayor Jim Cahill announced today that Chief Housing Inspector, Michael Mahony, has been suspended without pay. Click here to view the complete press release.