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December In-Person Meetings & Public Works Dates, TC Office Hours, Holiday Hours, Santa Fire Truck Tours!, Lunch and Learn, Winter Farmers Market, Hillside Hose Co. Annual Tree Sale...
Tues, Nov 29th, members of the Township Committee joined elected officials from 5 neighboring towns to discuss the negative impacts municipalities across NJ will feel next year as a result of proposed health insurance premium increases through the SHBP
Enter your house for a chance to win from 1 of the following categories: "Your inner- Clark Griswold", "Traditional Lights", "Animation Celebration" . Register thru CommunityPass(click link) by Dec 9, 3 PM
November 25- December 24/ Trees, Garland, and Wreaths/ Hillside Hose Co., 132 Western Avenue/ M-F, 4-8pm / Sat, 10am-8pm / Sun, 10am-5pm
Parks & Rec will be collecting new and gently used winter coats in the Municipal Building lobby from Nov 15-Dec 21 (Building Hours: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM)
On or around December 2, 2022 we will finish up in Sector 1 and start to collect in Sector 2. The Township is broken up into three(3) sectors for this service; Click link to find your sector.
Stay up to speed on what’s happening in the Township each month by reading the Mayor’s Monthly Newsletter
The Township Committee will be rotating Committee Members every first Tuesday of the month. We invite you to join us in-person with your questions, comments, concerns or suggestions and look forward to talking with you!
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the lead federal agency, in partnership with the Federal Communications Commission & the Department of Veterans Affairs, working to make the promise of 988 a reality for America.
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Planning Board Meetings are now available to view on Morris Township YouTube Channel, check it out!
The Morris Township Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) has conducted a physical survey of our historic properties, photographed each one, and organized them into the following five(5) albums: