The day has finally come and 10 survivors of domestic violence and their children will have a place to call home. The place is called Dina’s Dwellings and is the vision of a local organization committed to providing permanent, supportive housing to survivors of abuse. The organization, called the Town Clock Community Development Corporation (TCCDC) […]
Recycling collection for residents in the Monday collection zone only is rescheduled for Saturday, January 30. Monday zone residents should place recycling out on Friday night after 5 p.m. Recycling will be collected in the Tuesday zone as normally scheduled. Trash collection for residents in the Monday collection zone only is rescheduled for Thursday, January 28. Please place […]
Lord Stirling Community School is open as a shelter as of 5 p.m. Saturday to anyone who is without adequate shelter or is experiencing flooding during the blizzard. The school is located at 101 Redmond Street. If you or anyone you know is without shelter and is in need of help, please call 2-1-1.
Due to the blizzard, a snow emergency has been declared in the City of New Brunswick. Motor vehicle travel is currently restricted to emergency responders and those workers who are directly responsible for ensuring the safety of the public through their employment. This is to ensure the safety of both residents and emergency responders for […]
In anticipation of the significant snow event, the New Brunswick Parking Authority will open “Snow Designated Facilities” to New Brunswick residents at 7 p.m. tonight, Friday, January 22. Residents are asked to please utilize the Morris Street, Plum Street, New Street and Wellness Plaza decks for free parking during the storm to help keep streets […]
A Code Blue is in effect in New Brunswick through the morning of Wednesday, January 20. Residents without adequate shelter from the cold may go to the Elijah’s Promise Soup Kitchen on Tuesday evening and stay overnight. The kitchen is located at located at 18 Neilson St. A Code Blue is declared when very cold […]
The New Brunswick Free Public Library and The Conversation Tree: Community-Based Language Partnerships will continue to provide English Conversation Cafes, beginning in February 2016, one of which will have childcare programming provided by Harmony Family Success Center at the Puerto Rican Action Board. The English Conversation Cafe is an informal conversation group for community members over […]
A Code Blue is in effect in New Brunswick through the morning of Thursday, January 14.Residents without adequate shelter from the cold may go to the Elijah’s Promise Soup kitchen, located at 18 Neilson Street overnight. A Code Blue is declared when very cold temperatures of 20 degrees or below create a danger for those without […]
Volunteers are sought to assist with the annual Point-in-Time Count and Project Homeless Connect to survey the state of homelessness in Middlesex County. From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, January 27, volunteers will be needed to assist with a number of tasks, including surveys, data entry, collection of donations and distribution of food, coats and […]
UPDATE: Residents may bring their cats and dogs to the New Brunswick DPW from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Saturday, January 30 for free rabies vaccines for 2016. All dogs and cats in New Brunswick must have valid rabies vaccinations through November 2016. For more information, call the New Brunswick Health Department at (732) 745-5018.