This month, the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) marks 40 years of giving communities nationwide the means they need to make improvements they feel will best serve their residents. CDBG is a federal program that was signed into effect on Aug. 22, 1974 by former President Gerald Ford. It allows recipients to spend the money on […]
Tax Bills for the third quarter are going out late and there will be an extended due date. The hard deadline is August 29th. Please look at your bill upon arrival to verify due date. Further information will be available next week. If you have any questions, please call the Tax Collector’s office at 732-745-5030.
The New Brunswick Parking Authority has announced the availability of the online “ParkMe” program to pre-pay and reserve parking at the Civic Square Deck after 5 p.m. and select valet locations. The Parking Authority is consistently looking for ways to make parking in New Brunswick more convenient for their patrons. Online reservations can expedite parking by […]
The New Brunswick Community Farmers Market, in cooperation with the Rutgers Department of Human Ecology launched a program this summer that brings fresh, locally sourced produce to residents benefited by Meals on Wheels in Greater New Brunswick. The three organizations work together to stuff and deliver bags full of fresh fruits and vegetables like blueberries, peaches, […]
New Brunswick’s own free summer concert series will soon return to the downtown with an entertainment roster that offers something for everyone. From August 9 to September 27, the New Brunswick Cultural Center will offer a slew of weekend concerts, dance and theater performances and shows for children. The majority of the performances will take […]
Do you have an interest in keeping New Brunswick clean and green? Become a Block Captain! The next Clean City Block Captain meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 19 at City Hall, 78 Bayard St. It will be hosted by the New Brunswick Environmental Commission. Overseen by the City’s Clean Communities program, Block Captains are […]
Spend the summer with a few good books and then discuss them with your neighbors at the New Brunswick Free Public Library this fall! The Book Club of the Friends of the New Brunswick Free Public Library is free and open to all. Read a book, an ebook or listen to an audiobook and then […]
On Tuesday, Aug. 5, New Brunswick residents, police officers and elected officials will meet and mingle in gatherings around town as part of the City’s annual National Night Out celebration. National Night Out is a community event that aims to strengthen ties between residents and the local police department in a community setting, as well as take […]
UPDATED: All City Hall administrative phones, which were previously out of service have been restored. As alerted earlier, all police emergency and non-emergency lines are operational and were never out of service. Thank you for your patience.
In order to operate a Water Treatment Plant in the State of New Jersey, the operating entity must have licensed operators commensurate with the type and size of the water system. In New Brunswick’s case, T4 and W4 operators are required for water treatment and water distribution operations, respectively. With the recent and unexpected loss […]