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Woodmont Metro wins NJ Future Smart Growth Award!
Congratulations to the Woodmont Metro at Metuchen Station for winning a NJ Future Smart Growth Award for housing that broadens choices and community!
Metuchen Farmers Market Opens for Business (pdf)
for its 21st season at the Metuchen Senior Center Parking Lot (on the corner of New & Center Streets). The market offers farm-fresh product, gourmet foods and handcrafted items. Saturdays, from 9am-2pm through November 18th, rain or shine!
Metuchen Grapplers 2017 Summer Wrestling Camp (pdf)
Keep your skills on the mat sharp this summer and join us for two separate weeks of wresting with top Coach Joe Keagle.
2017 Summer Camps Registration (pdf)
Registration is OPEN! Please use the attached form and mail check or cash! Please click "more" for the brochure and forms!
Borough of Metuchen Social Media Policy
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).
Metuchen Municipal Pool's Swim & Dive Team
Two competitive swim teams: A pre-team for beginning swimmers looking for a bridge to competitive experience and Dive team, fun for all — especially gymnasts, cheerleaders and trampoline lovers. Beginners welcome. Registration: $85 first child, $35 each additional child. In order to participate, you must be a member of the Metuchen Municipal Pool. Click "more" for more information.
2017 Bulldog Summer Baseball Camp (pdf)
July 10th-July 14th and July 17th-July 21st (Grades 1st-8th), 9am-1:00pm, Cost: $150.00. Click "more" for application.
2017 Mosquito Information (pdf)
Click "more" for information from Middlesex County Mosquito Extermination Committee (What Everyone Should Know, info on Zenivex, Delta Gard, Fyfanon and Duet Dual-Action Adulticide).
Middlesex County Residential Cooking Oil Program (pdf)
Middlesex County Residents Only. Liquid Vegetable Oils Only. Residents must see an attendant before unloading their vehicle. This program starts April 1st.
Spring-Summer Sports 2017 (pdf)
Register Today! Spring: ages 2-8. Summer: Ages 3-14. Weekly classes. Click "more" for information.
Spring-Summer Tennis 2017 (pdf)
Spring season starts from April 22 (age 5-14). Summer season stars from June 26 (ages 5-11). Please click "more" for information.
National Register Nomination
Property Owners in the proposed Historic District can view the draft nomination on the NJ Historic Preservation Office’s website. Please click "more" ...
Middlesex Greenway Named Great Public Space (pdf)
The Middlesex Greenway was desigated a Great Public Space by the New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association. "The Greenway has become an outstanding recreational space for residents of all ages and abilities ...."
Metuchen Spring Football
The Metuchen Tackle Football Club in combination with Amateur Athletic Union is dedicated to providing a safe and fun environment to increase physical activity and athleticism, teach the value of team sports and hard work and develop youth football skills. To inform and educate the community about football and the value it has for the youth student athletes.
Follow the Metuchen Police on Twitter to receive information, tips, traffic alerts and safety messages @MetuchenPDChief
This week's Discover DEP podcast
focuses on bear safety in New Jersey, and it can be found at For more information on bear safety in New Jersey, please visit You can report black bear damage or nuisance behavior to DEP’s 24-hour, toll-free hotline at 1-877-WARN-DEP (1-877-927-6337).
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.
Taxes Can Now Be Paid Online
Please have your Block and Lot and Utility ID numbers handy before entering.
Street Smart
Check Your Vital Signs
Metuchen - The Brainy Borough
The Historic Preservation Commission is please to present a compilation of history in "Metuchen - The Brainy Borough". Enjoy the reading and learning of why Metuchen earned its name "The Brainy Borough"
Welcome to Metuchen (pdf)
A directory for the Borough of Metuchen produced by the Borough Improvement League.
PSE&G Help Paying Energy Bills (pdf)
PAGE Program Aids Moderate Income Households
Size and Location of Signs
A friendly reminder to residents and businesses in Metuchen.
Middlesex County Improvement Authority Recycling
Thanks to the cooperation of the people who live in Middlesex County, the MCIA and its 14 municipal partners operate one of the most successful recycling programs in New Jersey.
Metuchen has been designated a Sustainable Jersey Community (pdf)
The Borough of Metuchen is a Sustainable Jersey certified community--one of only 180 in the state.

Upcoming Events
Mon Jun 26
Arts Council - 8:00pm
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Metuchen Municipal Alliance - 7:15pm
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Court - 9:00am
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Borough Council Meeting - 7:30pm
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Environmental Commission - 7:00pm
Thu Jul 20
Planning Board - 7:30pm
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Arts Council - 8:00pm
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Court - 5:30pm
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