The Business Administrator is the Chief administrative officer of the Township, responsible to the Mayor and Council for the administration of all Township affairs.

The Administrator’s duties include: directing and supervising the administration of all departments, offices and agencies of the Township, assisting the Township Council in preparing the annual budget and capital program and advising the Mayor and Council as to the current financial condition and future needs of the Township and making recommendations to them concerning the affairs of the Township.

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The Department of Community Development is the township’s lead agency in developing and maintaining an active and sustainable community through careful planning, zoning, housing policy, and compliance with local, state and federal regulations.

Our goal is to achieve positive social, economic and environmental outcomes, with our five divisions working cooperatively to assure North Brunswick remains a healthy and vibrant community.

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The Finance Office processes all financial transactions; accounts payable, payroll, revenue, investments, and debt issuance. Outside contractors that support the Finance Office include the independent auditor, bond counsel, and banking services.

Responsibilities of the Township’s Finance Office, in addition to processing financial transactions, include monitoring compliance with the many state and federal laws and regulations governing municipal finance, providing guidance to other Township Offices on complying with said laws and regulations, internal and external financial reporting, financial planning and other technical assistance to the Mayor and Business Administrator in preparing the annual Township Budget, monitoring spending against the adopted Township Budget.

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Please click on the link below for the polling locations for the 2021 Primary Election on Tuesday, June 8. Be advised that there are districts where polling locations have changed. Mailers are being sent out to those affected by these changes.

2021 Primary Election Polling Locations

The drop box for mail-in ballots at the Municipal Building (710 Hermann Road) will not be available until Tuesday, May 11, 2021. Please click on the list below for a list of drop box locations in Middlesex County.

Middlesex County Drop Box Locations

***The Municipal Clerk advises residents that even though the Township did not hold its rabies clinic in January, all pets MUST have their rabies vaccination. Pet owners are responsible for their pets’ rabies shots.***

The Municipal Clerk serves as secretary to the governing body, and is the custodian of all minutes, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, deeds and archival records of the municipality. The Township Clerk’s office issues liquor, and raffles licenses; registers voters and provides general information to the public.

The Clerk also serves as Secretary to the Council, prepares meeting agendas, attends all meetings of the Council, and provides for minutes of every meeting, as well as preservation of all ordinances and resolutions;

The Clerk is the Chief Elections Officer in all elections held in the municipality and Chief Registrar of the Voters in the Township.  Additionally, we are here to assist you. If you have a question about the Council or any issue related to the above, please call or e-mail our office. We will respond or suggest the appropriate source for the information you seek.

Additional Information available in-person only

  • Raffle / Bingo licenses
  • Vendor, Peddler or Sidewalk Sale permits
  • Liquor license inquiries and/or renewals
  • Taxi Owners / Taxi driver’s licenses
  • Limousine letters to DMV (if a licensed business in town)
  • Swimming Pool licenses
  • Wrecker licenses
  • Scheduling of rooms in Municipal Building for Boards/Committees/Outside groups
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The North Brunswick Municipal Court is part of the New Jersey State Judiciary.

We are an independent branch of government constitutionally entrusted with the fair and just resolution of disputes in order to preserve the rule of law and to protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States and this State.

We are a court of statutory jurisdiction having authority to hear and dispose of:

  • Disorderly persons offenses, petty disorderly persons offenses and other non-indictable offenses except where exclusive jurisdiction is given to the Superior Court
  • Proceedings to collect a penalty where jurisdiction is granted by statute
  • Violations of the fish and game laws
  • Violations of motor vehicle and traffic laws (including parking violations)
  • Violations of municipal ordinances

Municipal Court Judges

  • Christine Heitmann, Chief Judge
  • Joseph Lombardi, Judge
  • Spero Kalambakas, Judge
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Basketball hoops have been reinstalled at the following parks: Veterans, Babbage, Sabella and Brunswick Knolls.

Athletes not engaged in play must maintain 6 feet social distance and wear a mask. When engaged in active play, masks do not have to be worn.

We ask that water bottles be discarded properly and not left on the ground.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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.

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The mission of the North Brunswick Township Police Department is to provide effective policing services to all residents of our community.

Our goal is to maintain a safe and secure environment that will facilitate the quality of life our citizens have grown to expect by insuring that federal, state, and local laws are enforced in a fair, consistent, and swift manner. By doing so in a fashion sensitive to the multitude of cultures that make up the human fabric of our community, we will continually work to achieve and maintain the respect and cooperation of the fine citizens of our community.

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Middlesex County Hazardous Waste Drop Off Day

Saturday, May 15 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Middlesex County Highways Division (97 Apple Orchard Lane, North Brunswick)

Residents may drop off materials such as paint, gasoline, pesticides and other household hazardous waste.

For a full list of acceptable and non-acceptable items, please click the following link:

The event will be held rain or shine.

Residents must wear face coverings, keep their vehicle windows closed and stay in their vehicles at all times.  Please have your materials in your trunk, cargo area or truck bed, easily accessible to our staff, who will remove it from your vehicle.

For any questions, please call (732) 745-4170.

The Department of Public Works has a group of dedicated professionals who aim to protect the quality of life for the residents of North Brunswick. These men and women take great pride in their job in order to protect the health, safety and well-being of all residents by handling trash and recycling, asset maintenance, and storm water and sewer management.

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