New Brunswick’s first Ciclovia was a huge success last year with more than 4,000 people from the New Brunswick community taking part. For video, pictures and press from the New Brunswick Ciclovia, visit: newbrunswickciclovia.com. Through bicycling, fitness classes, running, skateboarding, walking and many other activities, Ciclovia encouraged and inspired Hub City residents to up the […]
Building a sense of core values that helps society function occurs through everyday interaction and learning, but some of this City’s most important interactions occur internationally through the City of New Brunswick’s Sister Cities Program. Mayor James Cahill recently received news that Mayor Masaki Enomoto of one of New Brunswick’s Sister Cities, Tsuruoka, Japan, has […]
The Alfa Art Gallery is proud to present its fourth annual Photography exhibition, “New Brunswick in The Eyes of Photographers,” in cooperation with New Brunswick City Market. Exhibition: January 10, 2014 through January 29, 2014 Opening Reception: January 10, 2014, from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm This Photography Exhibition is a part of the New Brunswick […]
Bare Christmas trees will be collected every Wednesday during the month of January. Place trees curbside after 5pm on Tuesday nights for City-wide collection. Please remove all decorations, lights & tree bag wrappers. Also, there will be no trash collected on Monday, January 20th because the landfill is closed for the the Martin Luther King, […]
What is Nixle? Nixle is a notification system that alerts residents of pertinent information like emergency weather advisories, road closings, accidents and other important City information through email and text messaging. How do I sign up? Nixle is FREE. Text the zip code of the City or Cities you would like to receive alerts by […]
Warming stations will be open in New Brunswick today, January 9 due to the cold weather. The New Brunswick Free Public Library (60 Livingston Ave.) and the New Brunswick Senior Center (81 Huntington St.) will be warming stations. The Library will be open from 10 AM to 9 PM and the Senior Center will […]
A CODE BLUE has been declared in New Brunswick. Residents of New Brunswick who need shelter during a Code Blue can go to Elijah’s Promise, located at 18 Neilson St. If needed, transportation will be provided by local emergency responders. The Homeless Hotline will serve as a communication and assistance hub during Code Blue. The […]
Warming stations will be open in New Brunswick today, January 8 due to the extreme cold weather. The New Brunswick Free Public Library (60 Livingston Ave.) and the New Brunswick Senior Center (81 Huntington St.) will be warming stations. The Library will be open from 10 AM to 9 PM and the Senior Center will […]
Due to another Water Main Break on Redmond Street between Lee Avenue and Remsen Avenue, water in that area will be shut off to repair the break and prevent freezing.
Due to two Water Main Breaks in Edgebrook, the Water Department will need to turn off water in Edgebrook and parts of Rutgers Village to repair the breaks and prevent freezing. This water shut-down may last approximately two hours.