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Farrington Lake
Pet Memorial Garden Dedication at Community Park
Intersection of Route 1 and 130 in 1933
North Brunswick Train Station Funding Announcement
Groundbreaking Ceremony of new Middle School at Renaissance Boulevard
EMPLOYEE PETS North Brunswick loves pets of all kinds. Click on the photo and take a look at the pets belonging to our municipal employees. EMPLOYEE PETS



Milltown Road is currently flooded and closed. Several cars have become disabled. The road is NOT passable. Please avoid the area.

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36th Annual North Brunswick Heritage Day
Saturday, October 6, 1 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Community Park

North Brunswick News & Notices

  • 2018 Leaf Collection Schedule +

    2018 Leaf Collection Schedule The cool, crisp autumn air means it is leaf season again. Click on the link for the 2018 Leaf Collection Schedule! Read More
  • Healthy Mouths for Our Troops +

    Chloe Carlano-Rossmann, a senior at North Brunswick Township High School, is collecting dental supplies, such as toothbrushes, travel-sized toothpaste and travel-sized mouthwash, for our troops. Please drop off your donations at the North Brunswick Municipal Building to Janice in the Mayor's Office. Donations will be accepted from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday-Friday.
  • North Brunswick Human Relations Committee Public Service Announcement +

  • North Brunswick Volunteer Fire Company #1 seeks new members +

    Fire Company #1 is seeking new members!! Join us and help us protect North Brunswick Township!! Members must be 18 years old, Junior members 16 to 18. Stop by Fire Company #1 on Cranbury Cross Road any Monday night from 6:30 p.m to 9:00 p.m.
  • Veterans honored at Street Naming Ceremonies +

    Veterans honored at Street Naming Ceremonies North Brunswick honored United States Army veterans Louis Luczu Jr. and Louis J. Luczu by dedicating Linwood Place and Cleremont Avenue as Luczu Jr. Way and United States Navy veteran John Seckrettar Jr. by dedicating Fillmore Drive and Spruce Road as Seckrettar Way on August 27. On September 4, the Township honored Air Force veteran Raymund Caffrey Jr. by dedicating Curie Road and Glenn Avenue as Caffrey Way. Read More
  • Application for engraved plate at the Pet Memorial Reflection Garden at Community Park +

  • Health Experts Warn Frozen Dessert is Causing Adverse Effects +

    Warning. A popular snack is causing health concern in the medical community for its potential to cause serious injury to the mouth, throat/ esophagus and stomach if ingested. New Jersey Poison Control Experts recommend avoiding any product infused with liquid nitrogen at the point of sale, including “Dragon’s Breath”, until more information is available. Read More
  • North Brunswick attracting several new businesses +

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