Township of Monroe

Announcements

Getting to Know Monroe Services

 

           

Learn more about the extensive list of municipal services exclusively available to Monroe residents below: 

 

1. Community Center’s Fitness Center – Open to residents 18 years and older.  An annual $10 membership registration fee is required. Fitness Center is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily with the exception of weekends in July and August, when the Community Center closes at 5 p.m.  Please call 732-723-5000 for further details. Recreation On-Line Registration and Payment "Community Pass" Service

 

2. Recreation Department’s Summer Camp – Accommodates Monroe children Monday through Friday during summer break. Children are provided with supervision and enrichment, as well as sporting activities between 8:15 a.m. and 2 p.m. at one of three locations: The Township Community Center, Mill Lake Elementary School and Woodland Elementary School.  The seasonal cost starts at $100 for the first child and decreases for each additional child.  Staff can be reached at 732-723-5000 to answer any questions about the upcoming season.


3. Library’s Free Museum Passes – Residents can borrow free passes to one of more than twenty regional attractions – everything from rock climbing in Morganville to the Museum of Modern Art in New York City to the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton.  The three-day passes must be booked online prior to pick up and dropped off before 11 a.m. on the day of return.  More details can be found at www.monroetwplibrary.org or by calling 732-521-5000.


4. Bookmobile – If a resident can’t make it out to the library, then they can visit the Library’s Bookmobile. Patrons can get a card, check out or request books or return material through this mini mobile library.  Currently, the Bookmobile cruises by dozens of locations.  The Library also offers door-to-door book deliver, returning every three weeks with new and requested material, for homebound residents. See the full schedule at www.monroetwplibrary.org or call 732-521-5000 for more information.


5. Paper Shredding – Several times per year, Middlesex County, in coordination with the municipal Recycling Department staff, schedule paper shredding events, where resident may take confidential and personal paperwork for shredding at a local site during a designated time or until the shredder is at full capacity.  Dates are typically advertised on the Township’s homepage www.monroetwp.com


6. Bulk Pick Up – Schedule a once-a-year pick-up of larger items like refrigerators, appliances, furniture and more by contacting Monroe Township’s Department of Public Works at 732-656-4575.


7. Paint Drop-offDispose of any outdated or unused paint at Monroe’s Recycling Center, 76 Gravel Hill-Spotswood Road.  Monroe will be accepting paint from residents on the third Saturday of the month between 8 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.  Call staff at the Department of Public Works at 732-656-4575 for more information. 


8. Safe Zone – Monroe Township’s Police Department is making it safer for residents to exchange online merchandize, providing a designated area at its headquarters for this type of activity.  At the front of the building, 3 Municipal Plaza, two spots to the left of the flagpole are videotaped and monitored 24 hours per day.


9. Project Medicine Drop-off – A secured box, located in the lobby of the Monroe Township Police Headquarters, 3 Municipal Plaza, allows residents to safely dispose of any unused, excess or outdated prescription drugs at any time, 365 days per year, without any questions.  Further information can be found by calling the Police Department personnel at 732-521-0222.


10. Transportation –  Monroe’s Transportation Department provides out-of-town bus routes for residents. For residents 55 years and older, as well as those who are physically challenged, Monroe also offers in-town busing and curb-to-curb pick-up and drop-off for medical appointments. Contact Transportation Department employees at 609-443-0511 or review an up-to-date schedule at www.monroetwp.com/transportation.cfm.


11. Animal Control – Monroe’s Office of Animal Control responds to calls regarding lost, stray, injured or nuisance domestic animals, as well as wild, rabid animals and vicious dogs.  Staff also handle the disposal of deceased animals on local roads.  In addition, the Township offers a once-a-year free rabies clinic in the winter. More information can be found at 732-521-0222.

12. Links to Services  – For more service info click on the Senior Center, Transportation, Recreation, Cultural Arts, Library, Recycling, Paper Shredding, Project Medicine Drop-off, and Animal Control web pages to view their events and services.

 

Winter Preparation

Home Energy Assistance

Monroe Township Chorus

Workplace Safety:

Annual Juried Art Show 2017

Getting to Know Monroe Services

Recycling Dos & Don'ts

Paper Shredding Dates

Safe Exchange Zone

Water Postcard Scam

Recycling Schedule 2017

GIS Map for Monroe

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2017
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2016
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2015
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