North Brunswick News & Notices
Department of Public Works message regarding debris clean up bags +The North Brunswick Department of Public Works advises residents that biodegradable leaf bags are only collected from October through December. ALL yard debris clean up should be placed in plastic garbage bags no heavier than 40 pounds. Please call (732) 297-1134 for bulk collection. Thank you.
Department of Public Works brush clean up announcement +The North Brunswick Department of Public Works has begun their final sweep of brush clean up from the Nor’easter. Please have all storm related brush to the curb for pick up. If you notice that your area has been swept, please call Public Works to schedule a brush pick up appointment at (732) 297-1134 or (732) 247-0922 ext. 550.
Middlesex County Mosquito Commission Aerial Larvicide Treatment Notice +As a result of recent rain and/or tidal event, the Middlesex County Mosquito Commission will be conducting routine aerial inspections and treatments of non-residential areas in the County to control mosquitoes through Saturday, April 21. You may see the Commission’s helicopter flying over residential areas. However, no applications are made over residential neighborhoods. The pilot is merely positioning the helicopter to approach the wetlands in nearby areas. No precautions are recommended for this treatment. To view a map of aerial treatment locations in North Brunswick, please click on the link. Read More
Township of North Brunswick will be suspending passport services from April 1 - September 2018 +
North Brunswick Township High School’s robotics team qualifies for FIRST World Championship +At the FIRST Mid-Atlantic Robotics (MAR) District Championship at Lehigh University (Bethlehem, PA) this past weekend, FRC Team 25-Raider Robotix was part of the Finalist Alliance and qualified for competing at the FIRST World Championship in Detroit, MI, later this month. Read More
Internship Opportunity – Student Assistant +The North Brunswick Mayor's Office is seeking one or more students with good Powerpoint skills to help prepare a project for North Brunswick's Memorial Day events. The opportunity is exclusively for North Brunswick residents - high school students. This is a limited-time project for which all participants will receive full acknowledgement. Contact the Mayor's Confidential Assistant, Janice Larkin, at (732) 247-0922, ext. 200 if interested.
Veterans honored at Street Naming Ceremonies +North Brunswick honored United States Marine Corps veteran Joseph J. Rosta and U.S. Navy veteran John Dale Knox with the naming of Rosta Way and Knox Way on Monday, April 9. Read More