WATCH PRESENTATION AT JANUARY 29th TOWNSHIP COUNCIL MEETINGRead More
ACCORDING TO NJ FISH AND WILDLIFE, COYOTES ARE PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE STATE AND MAY BE SEEN AND HEARD MORE OFTEN DURING THE BREEDING SEASON WHICH OCCURS MAINLY IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE EASTERN COYOTES, THEIR HABITS AND PRECAUTIONS.Read More
Dan Weiss, Linda Geevers, Andrea Mandel, Sonia Gawas, Martin Whitfield
The Department of Public Works has completed collection of yard debris and will not return until March as scheduled for all zones. Please remove any remaining leaf/brush piles from the roadway to prevent any hazards with upcoming storms. Residents can bring their debris to the Public Works site Mon-Fri 8am-2pm or Sat 8am-12pm. If you have a contractor that will be cleaning up the debris, residents are welcome to accompany the contractor to the Public Works site to drop off leaves and brush. Please comply with size restrictions when bringing yard debris to the Public Works site. Check any storm drains near your home and be sure they are cleared from debris or contact Public Works for assistance at 609-799-8370.
The New Jersey Office of New Americans developed a resource booklet that includes important information on transportation, food and income assistance, health care and mental health services, etc. that may be helpful for new families arriving in New Jersey
988 has been designated as the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. If you or someone your know needs support now, call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org For more information click here: https://988lifeline.org/ Read More
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