Township of Monroe

Announcements

Historic Dey Farm Tours

Cultural Arts Free Music Chamber Series

 

 

Patterson/Sutton Duo

Kimberly Patterson (cello), Patrick Sutton (guitar)

 

 

Bulk Pick up Begins 4/2

Storm Cleanup

 

In an effort to assist in a Townshipwide storm cleanup, Monroe’s DPW crews will be collecting fallen branches starting Monday, March 19 at 7 a.m. and continue the collection over the course of several days.

To ensure pick up, DPW is requesting residents place branches, six inches in diameter or less, at the curb no later than Monday morning at 7 a.m.

The Department’s regular brush pick up and yard waste program will resume April 2.

For further information, contact a representative from Monroe’s Department of Public Works at 732-656-4575.

Municipal Channels Now on Fios

 

Verizon Fios Customers Can Now Watch Municipal and School Programming on Channel 32 and Channel 40. 

For Comcast Customers, the Public Access Programming will Continue to Air on Channel 28.

 

Library Events

Upcoming Library Events

Egg Hunt 2018

Ongoing County Flu Clinics

Between now and the end of April, the Middlesex County Office of Health Services will hold walk-in flu clinics every Wednesday at the public health center, 596 Jersey Ave., in New Brunswick from 2 to 3 p.m., as well as every Wednesday at 29 Oakwood Ave. in Edison from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Any resident interested in learning more is encouraged to contact the Middlesex County Office of Health Services at 732-745-3100.

 

Community Garden Application

The Friends of the Monroe Township Community Garden are still accepting applications for the 2018 growing season. Plots can be reserved for a $30 annual fee. Please print out and complete the application below. Return a scanned copy to marsam@comcast.net or by mail to 1 Municipal Plaza, Monroe NJ 08831 in care of the "Friends of the Monroe Township Community Garden." Please view the application or go to www.monroetwpcommunitygarden.com for further details.

Police Unity Tour Fundraiser April 28

POLICE UNITY TOUR FUNDRAISER 2018

Support our Policeman’s Benevolent Association Local 255 as they prepare for their upcoming Police Unity Tour to raise awareness of Law Enforcement Officers who have died in the line of duty. Tickets for their next upcoming April 28 fundraiser are on sale now at: www.facebook.com/events/320199161718503/

Property Fraud Alert Service

Middlesex County Clerk’s Property Alert Service

In an effort to prevent property fraud, Middlesex County Clerk’s Office is now offering a free property alert service.  The service will notify property owners via email any time a document affecting the property is recorded by the Clerk’s Office. To register a name or business, along with an email address, log onto www.middlesexcountynj.gov and search “property alert.”  For further details, contact a program representative at 732-745-3364 or 732-745-3365.

Perrineville Road Closure

The County of Middlesex has scheduled the replacement of Bridge 5-B-131 on County Road 625/Perrineville Road, located between Mills Road and Monroe Self Storage. The construction is set to begin on or about Feb. 1 and continue through December 2018.

The project requires a full road closure of Perrineville Road from Federal Road to Route 33 with a posted detour to Applegarth Road. Local access to residents and businesses will be maintained throughout the project.

ANT Landscaping and Falcon Lake Day Camp-from the Perrineville & Federal intersection will follow the local access route.

Monroe Self Storage, J. Gatarz & Sons, Make-A-Wish, Monroe 33 Sports Center and Baker’s American Bar & Grill will all be accessible from Route 33.

Any questions regarding this project should be directed to James Buczek, P.E., Project Manager at (732) 671-6400, ext 9441 or Middlesex County Office of Engineering at (732) 745-3283.

Senior Center Offers AARP Tax Prep Program

The Monroe Township Senior Center is now accepting appointments from low-to-moderate income residents wishing to have their tax returns prepared through the free on-site AARP program.  Starting Feb. 5, AARP volunteers will be at the Senior Center, the organization's fourth largest preparation site in the state, each Monday and Wednesday preparing simple tax returns. Transportation for this service is available at select days and times.

 For more information or to book an appointment, contact Senior Center representative, Rosanna, at 609-448-7140.  This year's deadline to submit taxes without an extension is Tuesday, April 17.

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