ADVISORIES AND ALERTS
Like the rest of the country, we are appalled by the video which depicts the unjust death of Mr. George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As Mayor and Council for North Brunswick, we condemn the actions of the law enforcement officers involved. The attached resolution will be presented at tonight’s June 1st Council Meeting as we continue to pray for Mr. Floyd's family and for peace across our great nation.
Pursuant to Governor Murphy’s order allowing outdoor dining as of June 15, guidelines for temporary outdoor dining have been established for local restaurants. Please click on the link below:
The Township has received communications from residents regarding issues with their Internet service. Please click on the following link that residents can use to report Internet issues/concerns to Altice.
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Water Meter Replacement Program
Beginning Monday, June 1, the Meter Replacement Program will resume. Please click on the link below for a program update.
North Brunswick News & Notices
PSE&G Encourages Eligible Customers to Apply For Assistance In Paying Utility Bills +PSE&G reminds its customers that energy assistance is available to households that meet certain income guidelines and other eligibility requirements. Customers can apply for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) until July 31, 2020. Please click on the link for more information. Read More
Traffic Advisory +Beginning on or about Tuesday, May 26, 2020, there will be road construction along Georges Road in its entirety. Motorists should expect temporary lane closures that will be installed and removed daily. Please use caution as necessary when traveling in this area while work is in progress.
NORTH BRUNSWICK ANNOUNCES 2020 ROAD PROGRAM +The Township of North Brunswick’s 2020 Road Program will launch in June and includes nearly $5 million in street and utility improvements to eight municipal roadways, accordingto Director of Community Development Michael Hritz. The schedule, which is weather dependent, includes a series of improvements from now through next spring. Please click on the link for more information. Read More
Township of North Brunswick Spring 2020 Water Main Flushing Program +The Township of North Brunswick Spring Water Main Flushing program begins on April 12th and will continue into May. General flushing will be performed Sunday evenings through Friday mornings, between the hours 8:00 p.m. - 4:00 a.m. It may be necessary to perform some flushing during normal business hours. Should you encounter one of our team members performing this required task, please give them 20’ of space and practice “social distancing”. Please click on the link for more information. Read More
2020 Census - Your Response Matters! +In mid-March, homes across the country will begin receiving invitations to complete the 2020 Census. Once the invitation arrives, you may respond either online, by mail or by phone. Please click on the link for important dates, infographics on the importance of the Census and how you may apply to a Census taker. Read More
North Brunswick Township Police Department message regarding a recent diversion burglary incident +Recently, North Brunswick Patrol Units along with members of the Detective Bureau responded to the area of Cranbury Cross Road for a residential diversion burglary that occurred around 430 p.m. It has been reported that 2 males knocked on the door, advising the homeowner they were from the “water company” and were there to check a leak. Once inside the home, the suspects advised the homeowner to go downstairs and bang on the pipes. Unfortunately, the homeowner came back up the stairs to find his home ransacked. If you happened to receive a knock on your door from the “water company”, our Detectives would like to hear from you. Please click on the link for more information. Read More
Township statement regarding recent NBC4New York story +With regard to a recently aired short segment on NBC4NewYork, the Township and Police Department have released the following statement. Please click on the link for the statement. Read More
Cold and Flu Season Worries State Poison Control Center - Overdose Risk Increases with Overuse of Medicines +Overused, misused and/or abused cold and flu medicines sold over-the-counter (OTC) carry the same overdose concerns as prescription medicines. All medicines have the potential to cause adverse effects regardless of where it is sold. New Jersey is now in a highly active cold and flu season; on track to be one of the worst seasons in years. Sufferers must be aware of the significant risk for overdose, which may cause serious, even fatal health consequences. Please click on the link for more information. Read More