North Brunswick Initiative of Hope
Please join the Township’s Initiative of Hope for our friends in states in the South and West that are experiencing a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases.
We understand the challenges they are going through and, as a community, we want to lend our encouragement and assistance. Please click on the link below for ways in which you can provide support. #NBSTRONG
| The Dog Park at North Brunswick Community Park is open with the below requirements:
SAFE SOCIAL DISTANCING
Any questions, phone the North Brunswick hotline at (732) 735-9232.
Parks are open for public use with safe social distancing.
Please enjoy walking, running, biking and the opportunity to be out with nature.
Park Rangers will be throughout the park system to guide you with any questions.
Hours of Park Rangers scheduled during COVID-19 are listed below.
Mondays 9:30 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Tuesdays / Wednesdays/ Thursdays
Fridays / Saturdays/ Sundays
Please remember for your safety the below areas are closed:
Please keep your distance when parking in lots. All vehicles need to remain separated by at least 6 feet.
All questions should be addressed to Director LouAnn Benson by phoning (732) 735-9232.
Thank you for your assistance and enjoy the outdoors.
All DRPCS department committee meetings, such as Parks Advisory Committee, Suicide Task Force, Heritage Day, September 11th, Open Space Committee, etc. have been cancelled.
All DPRCS programs and special events have been cancelled.
For additional information or questions, please call (732) 247-0922, ext. 475 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Please be advised there will be no Programs at the Senior Center until further notice as a preventative measure.
LYFT transportation will be available for individual rides, for those who are registered with the program.
Senior Meal delivery will continue as usual.
To reach the Senior Center, please call (732) 418-2222.
Applications are being accepted to reserve a gardening space at the North Brunswick Township Community Garden at the Pulda Farm!
The objective of the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is to enhance the quality of life for all residents, by supporting all youth and adult programs. Through activities, you will experience the thrill of sports, education of the arts and the wonder of nature. Our department's priority is offering quality services and programs. The DPRCS staff prides itself in offering educational opportunities through leisure experiences. We strive to continuously expand and create new, exciting programs to meet the needs of our diverse community. Come join us for an opportunity to experience programs and events that will become a lifelong memory.
Lou Ann Benson
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