Welcome to the Township of North Brunswick, New Jersey
Any federal employees that have been affected by the government shutdown are welcome to contact the Township at (732) 247-0922 to find out about local resources, such as the North Brunswick Food Bank.
If you are having difficulty feeding your pets as a result of the shutdown, please contact the North Brunswick Humane Association through its web site at www.northbrunswickhumane.org. Use the contact link on the web site to send a message.
North Brunswick News & Notices
Video - North Brunswick's Reflection & Celebration of the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. +Please click on the link for the video of North Brunswick's Reflection & Celebration of the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., held on Friday, January 18. Read More
Amendments to the Township Code regarding parking during snowstorms +The Department of Public Works advises residents of changes to the Township’s code regarding snow emergency streets and parking. Please click on the link for the changes, along with a list of Township parking locations during snow events of 4 inches or more. Read More
Important Information for SNAP Recipients About February Benefits +Due to the federal government shutdown, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients will be receiving their February benefits early. Please click on the link for further information. Read More
National Poison Prevention Week Video Contest +The New Jersey Poison Control Center is happy to announce the first annual National Poison Prevention Week Video Contest. This contest is open to all New Jersey residents from Kindergarten through 12th grade. Please click on the link for further information about the contest. Read More
Volunteers sought to participate in bluebird monitoring and data collection program at Elmwood Cemetery +The Elmwood Cemetery is looking for volunteers who would like to learn about bluebird monitoring and data collection. An orientation session will be held on Saturday, January 26 at 1:30 p.m. at the Elmwood Cemetery office, 425 Georges Road. Please click on the link for more information on the program. Read More
Office of Emergency Management statement on occasional gas odors throughout the Township +
Loperamide Poisoning in New Jersey – A Growing Symptom of the Overdose Epidemic – +The state’s poison control center has recently consulted on several cases of loperamide toxicity, signaling a growing, dangerous trend in New Jersey. Poison Control experts warn of the drug’s high potential for abuse, misuse and risk of overdose among people of all ages struggling with substance use disorder; adding to the death toll of the country’s opioid epidemic. Read More