The Mayor will be hosting open office hours this week at his office at Borough Hall on Wednesday, May 23 between 10am and noon. No appointment necessary.
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Meter Pit Information (pdf)
Middlesex Water Company Installing Exterior Meter Pits in Metuchen – many residents have asked about the white, plastic containers being installed on numerous streets in Metuchen. Click here to learn about Middlesex Water Company’s multi-year plan to relocate interior water meters to exterior meter pit enclosures.
Following a Borough engineer’s inspection on 1/30/18, safety deficiencies were discovered at the Graham Avenue “Kahn’s Crossing” pedestrian bridge over the Greenway. As a result, the bridge is closed. Once all safety concerns are addressed, the Borough will reopen the bridge. Updates will be posted once more information becomes available. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
As of April 1st, Metuchen Recycling Center has new hours.
Tuesday & Thursday 8:00am-1:00pm. Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm. Closed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Parent Series Program (pdf)
This is a free program for adults over 21 only that will consist of three monthly workshops (March, April & May) discussing important health topics affecting today's youth. Please click "more" for information. ***Please note that the March 21 Technology Dependence workshop has been rescheduled to May 10***
Bear Safety Tips
DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife says you should report bear damage, nuisance behavior or aggressive bears to their Wildlife Control Unit at (908) 735-8793. During evenings and weekends, residents should call the local police department or the DEP Hotline at 877-WARN-DEP (877927-6337).
Follow the Metuchen Police on Twitter to receive information, tips, traffic alerts and safety messages @MetuchenPDChief
Residents, please be aware of a
potential scam involving someone calling your home and telling you that because you are a good customer, you will receive a substantial discount on your monthly bill. Then they ask for your personal information. As a reminder, DO NOT GIVE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION TO ANYONE OVER THE TELEPHONE.
Being prepared for disasters and emergencies can seem like a big job. Many people don't know where to start, so they never start at all. With Do 1 Thing you can take small steps that make a big difference in an emergency. Do 1 Thing is a 12-month program that makes it easy for you to prepare yourself, your family, and your community for emergencies or disasters.