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Yard Sale

2nd Annual Community Yard Sales
Saturdays, May 6, 13, 20, 2017
Please wait and watch for further information and registration guidelines which will be posted on Monday, April 3.

North Brunswick News & Notices


    On Sunday, March 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., PSE&G will be performing utility work on the lattice tower along Victory Avenue and Route 130. Traffic on Victory Avenue will be limited to one lane and may need to periodically close for the use of heavy equipment. This work has been necessarily scheduled during low-demand, off-peak hours as a matter of operational need and public safety.
  • Church Lane & Riva Avenue - Road Construction on or about March 27 +

    North Brunswick Township Police advises residents of road construction on Riva Avenue & Church Lane on the East Brunswick side of the bridge. Motorists traveling through this area should expect delays and road closures on or about March 27th. Road closure will be for approximately one week with detour in place. Police officers will be completing extra traffic radar enforcement in this area. Please slow down and drive carefully. Thank you.
  • 2 Township Veterans to be honored on March 27 +

    2 Township Veterans to be honored on March 27 The Township of North Brunswick’s Wartime Veteran Street Sign Program is designed to recognize wartime veterans who have served our community and country by adding their name on a secondary honorary street sign to an existing municipal road. Our hope is to promote public awareness of the individual and show our appreciation for their outstanding contributions to our country by adding their name to a Township street in respect for their service. It is with pride, to share, on Monday March 27, Jason Hatez will be honored at 5:30 p.m. at the corner of Laurel / Willow. Jason’s military branch of service is the Army. At 6 p.m. Brian Beckelman will be honored at 2304 North Oaks Blvd. Brian’s military branch of service is the United States Marine Corps. Please join our community to honor their efforts and sacrifices. Any additional questions, in regards to the program, please contact Lou Ann Benson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (732) 247-0922 ext. 475.
  • Information from the NBTPD regarding weekend car burglaries +

    Over the weekend, there were several vehicle burglaries reported. These burglaries were mainly reported in the Colonial Gardens section of the Township, specifically Revere Road, Williamson Road, Jackson Drive, and Lynn Court. Detectives are actively investigating the incidents. Anyone with any information or video surveillance from that area is asked to contact the Detective Bureau at (732) 247-0922, ext. 333 or ext. 420. All of these vehicles were again unlocked. We ask that all residents lock their vehicles and remove valuables from their cars. We are all responsible for protecting our property from these criminals that look to live off of others.
  • Reserve your space at the North Brunswick Community Garden +

    Reserve your space at the North Brunswick Community Garden The Township of North Brunswick Community Garden is a garden located at the Pulda Farm property, 300 Old Georges Road. There is one parcel size available, each resident/household can reserve one parcel to use for one season. Click on the link for an application form to reserve your parcel today! Read More
  • AARP Foundation offers Free Tax Aide at the Senior Center +

    The North Brunswick Senior Center will have a free tax aide from the AARP Foundation on Mondays & Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. Read More
  • News from Assemblyman Joe Danielsen +

    Assemblyman Joe Danielsen highlights some of the major activities his office has performed since early fall in his newsletter, The Danielsen Report. Read More
  • New York Times Survey: Roads, Rails & Bridges +

    Please take a look at and complete a New York Times survey which focuses on Roads, Rails & Bridges: What does your town need most? Read More
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